Archives for March, 2013

EMC to bring out enterprise version of its Syncplicity file-sharing service

Summary: Following EMC’s acquisition of Syncplicity file syncing Software as a Service, the storage giant is coming out with storage for use across multiple data centers, for thousands of users. photo: Syncplicity Storage vendor EMC is establishing an enterprise edition of its Syncplicity file-sharing Software as a Service, less than a year after ...

Evernote Saw First Signs Of Hacking On Feb. 28: Emails, Passwords And Usernames Accessed But Not Your Data Or Payment Details

Evernote is requiring its nearly 50 million users to reset their passwords after the popular personal note-taking app became the latest high-profile victim of wide-scale hacking attempts. The breach follows malicious activity at Twitter, Facebook and others in recent weeks. Phil Libin, Evernote’s CEO and founder, told TechCrunch in an email ...

Sprint Galaxy Nexus review

Third time's a charm... Three's a crowd... She's once, twice, three times a lady Nexus... Three's a magic number... Good things come in threes... or is that sneezes? Okay, so maybe there isn't anything clever we can say to get you hooked, but do we really need to ...

Pinterest Analytics Service Curalate Raises $3M

Curalate has already done one thing right: Unlike competitors like Pinfluencer, PinReach and Pinerly (now Reachli), it doesn’t have “pin” in its name. In the big, bad world of building services on top of other social media platforms, having that measure of independence from the beginning seems like a good ...

Blue Microphones Tiki USB microphone review: a thumbdrive-sized mic for mobile recording

More Info Blue Microphones outs Tiki, Spark Digital and Mikey Digital; looks to feed your mobile recording habit Blue Microphones Tiki USB mic now available at Best Buy, coming to Apple stores July 15ths ...

Samsung Takes Its Flagship Smartphone Into a New Galaxy

It’s a scene familiar in the tech world. The press is lined up hours before the event starts. Competitors are trying to get in on the act. But it’s usually Apple, not Samsung, that gets this kind of attention. That the Galaxy S IV launch is commanding this sort of spotlight is a ...

What Is Yahoo This Year? A Technology Company, Some of Which It Dumps.

Much ado about how Yahoo is defining itself once again — for what seems like the umpteenth time since its founding back in the 1990s. It’s dumped the recent and very awkward “premier digital media company” moniker, which was bestowed upon it by ousted CEO Carol Bartz, for the geekier ...

Simple.TV review: a set-top box that streams broadcast TV to mobile devices

Anyone who follows the home entertainment space closely probably agrees that TV is broken: archaic user interfaces, pricey bundles, six remotes that each do one thing, all limited to the confines of your home. Of course, realizing it's broken and knowing how to fix it are two different ...