CrunchWeek: Facebook’s Q4 Mobile Madness, BlackBerry’s Star-Studded Makeover, And All Things Crunchies

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Ready for a break from all that football to talk some tech? Well you’re in luck, because it’s time for CrunchWeek, the TechCrunch TV show where a few of us writers take a look back at the past seven days and talk about a few of the week’s most interesting stories. It was as interesting a week as ever for the tech world, so we pushed back posting a bit today to make sure we didn’t get too lost in the Super Bowl buzz.

This week, Leena Rao and I were very happy to be joined...

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Samsung Announces The Galaxy A5 And Galaxy A3, Its “Slimmest Smartphones To Date”Comments Off

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Novelty T-Shirt Maker Print Syndicate Raises $4.25M Series AComments Off

 Print Syndicate, an e-commerce store that sells printed T-shirts and other fashion and home decor goods, has raised $4.25 million in Series A funding led by Data Point Capital. Read More

In The Best Conditions, iOS-Exclusive Vainglory Is A Top-Notch MOBAComments Off

Vainglory A few weeks back I drove down to the San Mateo headquarters of Super Evil Megacorp, the developer behind Vainglory, one of the prominent MOBAs built specifically for tablets (and, as we discovered at September’s iPhone event, the iPhone 6). Read More

Andy Rubin Is Leaving Google To Start A Hardware IncubatorComments Off

Screen Shot 2014-10-30 at 4.59.03 PM Andy Rubin, best known for his work on Android at Google, is leaving the company. According to The Wall Street Journal, Rubin will build an incubator for what it describes as companies working with “technology-hardware” products.
Google confirmed the departure to us with a prepared statement from Google CEO Larry Page: “I want to wish Andy all the best with what’s next. Read More

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