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Tech Crunch reported accusations of Twoo forwarding invitations to its users' email contacts using spamming methods.Users of Spring.me, a social questions-and-answers service, were automatically migrated to Twoo's dating service, creating "shell accounts" for the dating site from their Q&A site accounts; this move, along with accusations of fake accounts, has raised ethical and legal questions about the company's conduct.
Credits have an upside — they give users a consistent experience for purchasing virtual goods — but developers have to hand over a 30% cut.
Twoo is also available as an Android, i Phone and Windows Phone app.
In December 2013 the firm launched a new product: the Stepout application where people can find out who likes them nearby.
Lark, a silent waking system that wakes you silently and naturally, is announcing big news today.
After launching at Tech Crunch Disrupt in San Francisco last Fall, the company is announcing the public availability of its product and a retail deal with Apple stores in North America.
Every morning, I wake up to 40 minutes of my boyfriend's alarm clock... In fact, a National Sleep Survey found that 38% of couples experience high relationship tension because of their partner's sleeping habits; that's 88 million Americans who wanna do something about it.
But, we still deserve those simple moments of happiness that we should share everyday and that what drives our team because sure we're making mobile wearable accessories that talk to your mobile phone.
Twoo features matchmaking algorithms that connect users to others based on location and interests.
Users are spread worldwide, and the site is available in 38 languages.
Gordon, who aside from leading KPCB investments in Zynga is also a major fan (he’s reached the top level in City Ville), recounted some of the drama that went on last spring, when the gaming company came very close to breaking away from Facebook entirely over a dispute involving Facebook’s Credits system.
In fact, when Arrington suggested that it was a sort of Cuban Missile Crisis of tech, Gordon agreed.
Lark’s system involves an i Phone app and a small band that you wear across your wrist while sleeping.