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TechCrunch is a web publication that offers technology news and analysis, as well as profiles of startup companies, products, and websites. It was founded by Michael Arrington in 2005, and was first published on June 11, 2005.
The website’s Technorati rank is 4, and is 4th in the Info/Tech category. As of April 10, 2012 (2012 -04-10), it has over 1,628,000 RSS feed subscribers as measured by tracking company FeedBurner. On September 28, 2010, at its TechCrunch Disrupt conference ...

An Interesting Look Into Funny Or Die [Video]

An Interesting Look Into Funny Or Die [Video]

TechCrunch’s Ryan Lawler got to take a look at the Funny or Die offices. There are some interesting remarks about online video from Funny or Die CEO Dick Glover in the piece, as they have built a sustainable platform without throwing their videos on tons of video destination sites.

Weekly Online Video News Round Up – Winter’s Coming Edition

Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Winters Coming Edition

So, winter's coming. It might not feel like it just yet…but it is. We had all best be prepared to face it head on. Actually, that reminds me I need to catch up on Game of Thrones again before Season 3 begins in March. Anyway, …

What Should HBO GO Cost Without A Cable Subscription? One Man Hopes HBO Makes It Happen; HBO Responds

What Should HBO GO Cost Without A Cable Subscription?  One Man Hopes HBO Makes It Happen; HBO Responds

Anyone who has experienced HBO GO knows that it's probably one of the most awesome applications on the planet.  Pretty much every HBO series ever made, every episode, and a ton of movies are all available on your laptop or smartphone…as long as you have …

The Piracy Police Get Caught With Their Pants Down

The Piracy Police Get Caught With Their Pants Down

The RIAA and MPAA have been complaining about piracy of music and movies for years. They've sued individual users for exorbitant amounts of money and were a huge part of the driving force of SOPA & PIPA (some would say they were the only driving …

Is Vimeo For Sale? Sources Claim IAC Asking $300M For Vimeo

Is Vimeo For Sale? Sources Claim IAC Asking $300M For Vimeo

PandoDaily–the tech news website started by former TechCrunch employee, Sarah Lacy, and staffed with several former TechCrunch writers–got a pretty big scoop yesterday, assuming it turns out to be accurate. According to "two sources familiar with the situation," IAC is considering an attempt to sell …

Netflix Users Spend Twice As Much Time On Site As Hulu Users

Netflix Users Spend Twice As Much Time On Site As Hulu Users

Maybe Netflix was right after all. No, not in the way they handled their price increase, but maybe in their logic for creating the increase in the first place. See, we've always assumed that Netflix's price hike this summer was about setting the stage for …

Google TV Gets Adult Video Channel From Vivid Entertainment

Google TV Gets Adult Video Channel From Vivid Entertainment

Let's all be mature adults about this topic, okay? After all, I think there are some interesting implications for the video industry as a result of this news. What news, you ask? The news that Google TV is getting a dedicated adult video channel from …

AOL Expands HD Video Offerings to Samsung, Google TV with New App

AOL Expands HD Video Offerings to Samsung, Google TV with New App

AOL has announced a new version of their creatively named AOL HD app, which is now available for Samsung Smart TVs and Google TV. You might remember that it was originally available on Roku, Boxee, DivX TV, and Yahoo! Connected TV.

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up – Google Plus Stampede Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Google Plus Stampede Edition

Seems like just a handful of major companies dominated the past week in online video. There were numerous stories and opinions about the public launch of Google Plus. Netflix prompted headlines galore with a huge announcement, and questions continued to surround the possible sale and …

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up – Internet TV Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Internet TV Edition

Greetings, and a good Sunday morning/afternoon to you. If you're like me, you had a pretty busy week. And if that's the case, then there's a good chance you missed a major news story or fantastic editorial article in the world of online video. But …

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