Lock Your Door…

By Crowdability, on Friday, July 28, 2017

This Week in Tech

You rely on Crowdability to bring you the best start-up deals. Now rely on us to bring you the most fascinating stories and trends from the world of technology. You won’t find this stuff in the mainstream press. Look for it every Friday morning.

Can’t Buy Me Love

Venmo is a payment service that makes life easy. It lets you send even the tiniest amount of money to your friends so bills can be split perfectly and small loans can be repaid. But has it put an end to the phrase, “This one’s on me”? Penny wise and pound foolish »

Microsoft’s Big Brush-Off

After more than 30 years, Microsoft will be killing off an iconic feature of its software. Is this the end of art? Color me surprised »

Apple Kills the Music

Apple is about to discontinue two of its wildly-popular portable music devices. Which devices will soon be extinct? No more shufflin’ »

Facebook in Your Face

Facebook has been in a bad mood. You see, it wasn’t making any money from its most popular messaging application. But now everything’s about to change — including how your messages look. It all “ads” up »

Lock Your Door…

Over the years, astronomers have discovered billions of planets. But on Monday, Nature magazine revealed that there might be billions more we weren’t even contemplating. We are definitely not alone »


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