Investor Warren Buffet, recently the world's richest man, seems to think that Apple stock is going to do just fine.
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Microsoft owes the Danish treasury 5.8 billion kroner, or about $1 billion U.S., in unpaid taxes relating to its purchase of financial software vendor Navision in 2002, says the Denmark government.
Job-finding and recruiting sites are hotter than heat, but no-one's hotter than the relatively ancient old man on the block: 8-year-old Indeed.com.
Amazon.com and you're (not) done.
How do you run 100 billion web searches a month?
Five-year-old Danny Kitchen of Bristol, England, spent $2,500 on iTunes in-app purchases in about 15 minutes, the Beeb reports. Score!
From Einhorn's perspective, the lawsuit is no longer necessary: he got what he wanted.
That vision has produced events where Activision and the State Department, QuikSilver and the Gates Foundation rub shoulders with music industry giants. And where beauty and fashion -- Diane von Furstenberg -- meet brains and technology: Google Glass.
Google and news publishers in Germany are going to have more problems before this all gets figured out, and this recent legislation is a complete waste of time.
Will the iPhone mini actually be the iPhone maxi?
Shipments of 9.7" table panels collapsed from 7.4 million in December 2012 to just 1.3 million in January 2013.
Editor's Pick In Glass, I think, we sense the birth struggles of the new human. Hacked. Connected. Augmented. Enhanced. And yeah, way geekier.
Interestingly, Sir Robin had publicly criticized Apple for what he thought was a lack of integrity.
OpenTable has released a Facebook application to help friends connect around food. My question: won't Facebook Graph support this kind of thing natively?
500,000 shared events and 2000 organizational event streams later, UpTo is pivoting to become the social glue of what's next on an even bigger scale.
Craigslist is possibly one of the ugliest sites on the web. But you can experience it as if it was Pinterest, as long as you use Mokriya Craigslist on your smartphone.
Facebook is moving beyond the simple "X liked Coke" to the meaning of that like -- and using more nuanced clues based on what Facebookers have posted and shared on the site to built that characterization.
Guest Post With some 70,000 visitors in Barcelona this week for the Mobile World Congress, the tone is being set for the next phase of the dynamic mobile telecommunications industry.
Groupon reported its fourth quarter 2012 earnings today almost exactly where analysts had expected: with $638 million in revenue, up 30 percent over last year.
The problem was that analysts wanted a profit.
Alibaba predicts that 2013 will be the year that Chinese e-commerce surpasses U.S e-commerce, with $265 billion in sales compared to a projected $230 billion for America, and that total Chinese online sales will reach $445 billion in 2015.