Blogroll: TechCrunch

By Laura Gallagher
April 24, 2012

Technology is changing before our eyes at a fast pace. A great way to get up-to-date on the latest gadgets is by going on a website called TechCrunch. It is the leading media property that is dedicated to reviewing new products and breaking tech news.

TechCrunch was founded in June 2005 and currently has 12 million visitors and draws more than 37 million page views monthly. They have two million followers on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google and Twitter.

CrunchBase is the websites’ database that has become a statistical resource for technology companies and transactions. It involves start-up companies, people and investors. It is a free database of technology companies that anyone can edit.

On the top of the website it has different categories to chose from such as home, startups, mobile, gadgets, video and more. Below there are sub-categories that range from hot topics, Apple, Facebook, Andriod and more.

The company hosts various conferences, events and different meet-ups to serve as community platforms for industry conversation and collaboration.

One of their most recent events is approaching on May 19-20, 2012. The event is in New York at Pier 94. It’s called “Hackathon 2012” for developers who want to participate in working on hack projects to present. Sponsors and spectators are welcome to come.

Michael Arrington is an entrepreneur who founded TechCrunch in 2005. In May 2008, Time Magazine named him one of the top 100 most influential people. Eric Eldon is the editor of the website.

Whether you want to find a new phone that fits you best or look at an online company profile, TechCrunch has got you covered. They are always profiling new and existing companies that are making an impact on the webspace.

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