Shocking Study: Facebook Users Live Longer

By Crowdability, on Friday, November 11, 2016

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.

Thank You, Amazon

Matthew Weiner, the creator of Mad Men (and former writer and producer of The Sopranos) has a new gig. Amazon just committed $70 million for his new TV series. Prepare to binge watch »


The Changing Colors of Leaves

Across the U.S., leaves are changing colors at different times than they used to. Is this due to climate change? Or something else? »


How Steve Jobs Became a Billionaire

Steve Jobs’ name is forever tied to Apple. But his first billion actually came from another company, Pixar. Here’s how it happened »


Uber for Orchestras

A new start-up is offering “on-demand” live classical music. And the main audience is Millenials. “We’ve had Dvorak and then string quartet arrangements of Guns and Roses,” says the company’s founder. Listen here »

Shocking Study: Facebook Users Live Longer

As CBS News recently reported, the average Facebook user is about 12 percent less likely to die than someone who doesn’t use the social network. Like »


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