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Helen Thomas on Thursday, June 30, 2011 8:04pm
missing in all the buzz around Google+ is an crucial new feature rolled out alongside it that makes it way easier to take all your data out of Google. It is called, appropriately enough, Google Takeout. it is got it is own separate site and is also part of settings within Google+. In settings, you click on "Data Liberation" and then you're given the option to download all of your prodossier data, stream data, photos from Picassa, Buzz data, Circles and Contacts.
The Data Liberation group inside Google has long been making personal data portable, but up until now it is been a clunky process involving APIs and going to each Google service separately to receive it. With Takeout, all your Google data across its services is available in one place.
Pazovefexawif on Thursday, June 30, 2011 7:38pm
Cover your ears ... Snooki is in the recording studio! But hold up, it is not as poor as you think. Just before our favorite 'Jersey Shore' lady left to shoot the new season of her hit MTV show, she hit up the studio for her role as chief spokesperson and participant of Personix.com, a new tech-advanced personalized phone and social media message service launching this summer.
Thankfully the pint-sized diva has not recorded a unmarried, but rather recorded personalized greetings, along with a choice of other celebrities.
Now that the reality star has hit the big time, she enjoyed a driver, bodyguard, flowers, tasty snacks of her choice, her favorite candies, Cristal Champagne and even a personal chef on standby.
But not all of the celebrity talent received such a VIP treatment and 'Newradio' alum Andy Dick felt more than slighted when he showed up to do his voiceovers and got the basics.
Suva Lasonihiri on Thursday, June 30, 2011 7:10pm
Andreessen-Horowitz, the prestigious VC firm started by Silicon Valley veterans Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz, has just announced that it is added a new general partner: Jeff Jordan, the former CEO of OpenTable and former executive at PayPal and eBay.
In conjunction with the news, A-H is also announcing Jordan's first investment: a Series A funding round in hot Palo-Alto based startup LAL (also known as LikeALittle). When it is totald, the round will total over $5 million in new funding for the company. Also contributing to the round are notable angel investors who include TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington (see below).
Oh, and we hear that LAL landed a valuation of over $35 million. Not poor for a startup that got its start final fall as a college flirting site.
Qiwub Pevifulapa on Thursday, June 30, 2011 6:53pm
With one season down, Christina Aguilera is already gearing up for the moment season of NBC's 'The Voice.' According to The Hollywood Reporter, Aguilera signaled on to keep her spot as the talent reasonabley godmother on the singing show.
Although this year's winner wasn't Aguilera's protégé (fellow judge, Adam Levine is team member, Javier Colon, took the $100,000 sneak peek of cake and recording contract), she is revved up to put a win next to her name for season two.
"If they will have me, i would be delighted to be back," Aguilera coyly told THR before confirming that she would in fact return to the show.
And why not? The winner's cash prize is chump change compared to the diva's salary. Aguilera makes $225,000 per episode -- that $150,000 more than what her fellow judges -- Levine, Blake Shelton and Cee Lo Green -- rake in.
Susubebaropag on Thursday, June 30, 2011 6:40pm
Summer is here and our 6th annual August Capital Party is just around the corner. final week we released 100 tickets, all of which sold out in under an hour. Today we're releasing our next set of 100 tickets. The August Capital Party will be held on the gorgeous Sand Hill Road in Menlo Park on July 29th from 5:30 - 10:00pm, previous our Mobile First CrunchUp. This party is a fantastic way to see an amazing mix of startup demos, network, enter into giveaways, have some drinks and some fun in the sun. Tickets are $40 and tend to sell out very quickly. If you'd like to come, please act fast. If you'ren't able to purchase tickets today, stay tuned - we will have a ticket giveaway this Friday and will release more tickets next week.
Tickets are on sale here.
Brian Johnson on Thursday, June 30, 2011 6:30pm
As part of the new Google+ service came Huddle, a group texting app available to Android users. This makes mobile group collaboration easier, says Google. So far so good. apart from…
There is already a five-year-old group collaboration startup called Huddle, which has to date raised $14.2m in venture capital and has office in San Francisco and London.
Lemuyujefuzi on Thursday, June 30, 2011 5:59pm
The online music race's now an all-out sprint: Amazon, Google, and Apple are now all offering (or preparing to launch) services that let you upload your music collection to the cloud, letting you listen to the music you own wherever you're. But they'ren't just competing with each other - another group of services that includes MOG, Rdio, and (eventually) Spotify lets users stream any song as often as they'd like for a fair monthly rate of around $10 a month.
it is getting fun. And today, MOG is making the race all that much closer.
The service has just rolled out a new Beta player to users that streamlines the MOG experience, putting a much heavier emphasis on building out playlists and recommendations than its predecessor did.
Huxafolub Lacefu on Thursday, June 30, 2011 5:15pm
As of Wednesday, Lindsay Lohan is a free woman, but from the looks of her first night out after her house arrest, she might be better off staying inside.
Just days shy of her 25th birthday, Lohan did what any twenty-something who's been cooped up in a Santa Monica beach house would do: go out for a night on the town.
According to TMZ, actor Emile Hirsch and 'Nikita' star Lyndsy Fonseca joined the platinum-blonde starlet, among other friends, at Lexington Social House for a relaxing evening.
But a low-key night out is just not in the cards for this troubled starlet these days.
In paparazzi land, what Lohan did or didn't do in the club is of little importance since there is no photographic evidence -- her assistant reportedly brought her sodas while she chain-smoked all night, but where is the story in that?
it is in the few moments between the VIP exit and her black SUV that the waiting throng of photographers wait hours for -- the time they hope to receive tinheritor so-called "money shot." And Lohan gave the flashing crowd precisely what they wanted so poorly final night, particularly since it was tinheritor first glimpse of the star since she was grounded by the court.
James Thomas on Thursday, June 30, 2011 4:58pm
As 'Transformers 3' gets ready to destroy the box office, you can not help but wonder what Megan Fox have to be feeling. It was just revealed that Steven Spielberg fired the actress from the monster franchise after calling the director, Michael Bay, Hitler-like. One of the movie is stars, Tyrese Gibson, tells me he missed having her on the set and that he feels poor that she is having a especially poor week in the press.
"Of course I miss Megan," Tyrese told me this week in NYC. "Megan is a candy girl. i have never had an issue with her. it is always been good. I know people are talking a lot of mess about her, but I just hope she has a strong belly."
Helen Allen on Thursday, June 30, 2011 4:39pm
A lot of companies would like to receive on the flash games bandwagon but have no core competency to do it. Out of Israel is a new white label solution called Tictacti. The startup has also now raised a $500,000 round led by Kima Ventures and other undisclosed investors. To date the startup has pulled in $1.6m in funding so far.
Tictacti plans to compete with existing players Mochi Media and heyzap, with a platform which enables games developers to monetize tinheritor games on Mobile, Web or IPTV with one API/SDK or, in the case of Flash based games. BUt the important aspect here's that they can do it without needing to use the the API.