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If you’re one of the 800,000 curators currently operating a shop on Etsy–the online marketplace for everything handmade–Outright wants to give you a gift. The cloud accounting software company has a new Etsy integration that lets users see all of the costs associated with their e-commerce business. The software is free for Etsy users from now until the end of the year.
Amazon.com, the world’s largest online retailer, is giving its Web site a new “airy” look, with fewer product photos and a larger search box. The new homepage also pushes more digital goods–books, music, video and software, according to The Wall Street Journal, which says the redesign correlates with Amazon’s new 7-inch tablet, expected next month.
Tech writer Michael Arrington, who founded TechCrunch and sold it to AOL a year ago, announced last week he is raising a $20-million venture capital fund to invest in early-stage technology companies, reported The Los Angeles Times. Since then, he has been widely criticized for what many say is a conflict of interest and now the future of TechCrunch itself appears to be on the line.
Gogo, the in-flight connectivity subscription service that gives busy traveler’s web access during flights and was a Inc. Business Travel 50 winner for best wi-f, has debuted a streaming partnership with American Airlines. GogoVision will give passengers a selection of on-demand offerings without the need to purchase in-flight wi-fi.