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It's easy to forget that Yahoo has had a long on-again-off-again love affair with online video. Remember Broadcast. Yahoo’s Flickr photo-sharing service is now offering one full terabyte for users, enough storage space to hold whole swathes of the world’s photos. The new Flickr is live.
Smack-dab in the middle of Yahoo-Tumblr acquisition day, Yahoo is holding a major press event here in NYC. Dell has decided not to build out its public cloud and will instead rely on partners such as Joyent to provide infrastructure services. Fashion shows aren't usually in the purview for TechCrunch TV, and San Francisco isn't exactly known as a hub for great style -- Facebook's new James Perse staff hoodies are about as fancy as things get. This week on TechCrunch TV's Ask A VC show, we have Mayfield Fund Managing Director Navin Chaddha in the studio. The valley has a bit of a thing for drones lately — have you noticed? Airware, which builds brains for commercial unmanned aircrafts, just raised $10. Square's not just for businesses apparently, as an invite-only page for a product called "Square Cash" has popped up. Features: Runs Ubuntu out of the box 13.3-inch screen 256 GB SSD Intel Core i7 Processor MSRP: $1,549 with rebate Pros: Excellent Ubuntu performance out of the box Thin and light 12 second boot time Cons: No SD card slot Limited software choices Graphics card slightly underpowered Dude, you got a Linux-powered Dell! In all the years I’ve reviewed laptops I’ve never been as pleasantly surprised by an Ultrabook as I was with the Dell XPS 13 Developers Edition. Laptops are the new desktops. While you can buy a solid tower PC for about $500, this price represents how little manufacturers care about the desktop world.