March 12, 2016

DoorDash says its new service fee isn’t really a new fee

 Consider this a public service announcement for DoorDash customers. In the coming weeks, you’re going to start seeing something new on your[...]
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March 11, 2016

Now you can get on the standby list with concert subscription service Jukely

 Here’s a simple-but-handy-sounding update to Jukely — a standby list. For those of you who haven’t tried it, Jukely offers access[...]
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February 17, 2016

YouAppi Closes $13.1M Series B To Grow Its Mobile User Acquisition Service In Asia

 YouAppi, a US-Israeli startup that helps companies acquire users through mobile ads and analytics, has closed a $ 13.1 million Series B round to[...]
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February 9, 2016

Digital Shadows Gets $14M To Keep Growing Its Digital Risk Scanning Service

 UK cyber security startup Digital Shadows, which sells a SaaS service to businesses wanting to monitor and manage potential risks by keeping tabs[...]
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February 7, 2016

Verizon Accused Of Net Neutrality Foul By Zero-Rating Its Go90 Mobile Video Service

 Verizon, the parent of TechCrunch’s parent AOL, is being accused of violating net neutrality principles by excluding its own mobile video streaming[...]
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February 6, 2016

ZIRX Drops Its Consumer Valet Service To Focus On The Enterprise

 ZIRX, an on-demand valet startup, is shutting down its consumer service at the end of the month, according to an email that the company sent[...]
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February 6, 2016

Revolut Gets More Funding For Its Mobile Foreign Exchange Service

 British startup Revolut just closed its seed round. After announcing having raised $ 2.3 million this Summer, the company has added a couple of new[...]
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February 2, 2016

Pager Expands Its On-Demand Doctor Service By Letting Users Chat With Nurses

 Pager isn’t just a doctor-on-demand service anymore. We’ve mentioned the New York City-based company as part of a broader group of startups[...]
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January 28, 2016

Accel Leads $10M Series A For JobToday’s Service Industry Hiring App

 Can a smartphone messaging app replace the age-old CV in the service industry sector? That’s the premise driving European startup JobToday,[...]
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January 21, 2016

Anonymity service Tor allows Android users to browse Facebook privately

Washington: Users of Facebook Inc’s Android app can now privately browse the world’s largest social network through the anonymity service Tor,[...]
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January 18, 2016

KeyMe Raises $20M For Its Key Copying Service

 KeyMe, a startup that could ensure you never get locked out again, has raised $ 20 million in Series B funding. The company allows you to scan[...]
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January 13, 2016

New Cisco Service Helps IT Understand Employee Cloud Utilization

 By now, every IT pro is acutely aware that cloud services are so easy to provision that people often do so without their knowledge.[...]
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