Though his last startup flamed out, Secret co-founder David Byttow is ready to take another shot alongside former Secret designer Ben Lee. TechCrunch has learned the new startup will be in the enterprise space and won’t be based around anonymity. An image attained by TechCrunch shows Byttow told Facebook friends late last week that he’d been working at Medium on their upcoming… Read More
Early last month, Russia’s FAS (Federal Antimonopoly Service) stated that Google had violated Russian competition rules with its stock apps in Android. The folks complaining happen to be Google’s biggest competition in Russia…Yandex. Today, the FAS announced that Google has until November 18 “to eliminate the violation of the law on protection of competition in terms… Read More
Frame.io, a startup that improves the collaboration process around video production, is announcing that it has raised a $2.2 million seed round led by Accel Partners.
Co-founder and CEO Emery Wells previously worked in video post-production, and he said Frame.io emerged from his own frustrations about the tools available to work with clients, team members and other collaborators. Read More
Adobe continues to expand its support for East Asian languages in its services. Earlier this year, the company partnered with Google to launch a new open-source font for Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) languages. In addition, Adobe extended its Typekit font service to support these fonts. Today, at its MAX conference, Adobe announced additional support for Japanese fonts. The company… Read More
Last week, Google promised it would release Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the latest version of its mobile operating system, to Nexus devices sometime this week. As the company announced this morning, the rollout is now in progress, so if you own a Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus 7 (2013) or a Nexus Player, you can expect to see your update notification in the near future. Read More
When online donors overloaded the requests of Kiva co-founders Matt Flannery and Jessica Jackley more than a decade ago, they were targeting some of the world’s poorest borrowers in places as far away as East Africa and India. But 10 years later, Kiva is shifting its focus back home with a program called “Keep the Heart in San Francisco.” It’s taking its longstanding… Read More