TechCrunch Week-in-Review

A Brief History Of Tinder |
Google, Microsoft, Mozilla And Others Team Up To Launch WebAssembly, A New Binary Format For The Web |
Uber Driver Deemed Employee By California Labor Commission |
Microsoft Shakes Up Its Leadership And Internal Structure As Its Fiscal Year Comes To A Close |
What Did Microsoft Do Today? |
Report: Amazon Is Building An App To Let Normal People Deliver Packages For Pay |

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A Brief History Of Tinder

The full story of the mobile matchmaking app starts with our protagonist, Sean Rad. read more

Google, Microsoft, Mozilla And Others Team Up To Launch WebAssembly, A New Binary Format For The Web

Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and some of the engineers on the WebKit project today announced that they have teamed up to launch WebAssembly, a new binary format… read more

Uber Driver Deemed Employee By California Labor Commission

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Microsoft Shakes Up Its Leadership And Internal Structure As Its Fiscal Year Comes To A Close

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What Did Microsoft Do Today?

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Report: Amazon Is Building An App To Let Normal People Deliver Packages For Pay

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More Startup Funding Is Available, But Who’s Getting It?

Last year was fantastic for startup fundraising, continuing an upward trend with a dramatic increase to more than $47 billion (a 62 percent increase from… read more

Ignoring Junior VCs Is A Mistake

Many first-time founders underestimate the value of junior VCs, which can be a costly mistake. Investors look for hungry founders because they have the grit to… read more

Microsoft Fires Execs, Fitbit IPO, E3 | CrunchWeek

Alex Wilhelm, Sarah Buhr & Kyle Russell talk about the big weekly tech news read more

Google Commits to Help Removal of “Revenge Porn” | Crunch Report

Nokia handsets are back in 2016, Twitter announces new capablilities that make it easier to buy products, Apple… read more

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