Google's proposed concessions mean you could one day see a little Bing in your Google.
Netflix released a new 11-page document that outlines the company's long-term outlook on the future of television -- and more importantly, who will come out as winners.
Wednesday was a fairly busy day for deals, with old-industry blue chipper GE investing big into a new platform as a service company, Yahoo Japan investing in U.S. startups, and API management company 3scale announcing new funding to grow faster.
Verizon wants to own all of subsidiary Verizon Wireless' stock. And it's willing to spend $100 billion in cash and stock to make it happen.
The proceeds of the auction will benefit the RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights. Other notables and celebrities who are auctioning off experiences for the RFK Center include Elon Musk, Peyton Manning, Alec Baldwin, and Jay Leno.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer just made her first big play into video.
Fusion-io had just reported earnings earlier today, announcing $87.7 million in quarterly revenue with a net loss of $20 million, and a drop from last quarter of 27 percent and from the previous year's quarter of seven percent.
Dell execs hope to settle customer and partner anxiety with talk of their "big data" and cloud software products.
"The DMCA's unintended consequences on our rights to modify and repair the electronics we buy, and to remix and make fair use of copyright content could easily be fixed as part of a larger Copyright reform act."
The U.S. Senate voted to once again advance the Marketplace Fairness Act, a bill that would place a mandatory state sales tax on things sold over the Internet.
The only things on the rise were net loss, which totaled $20 million for the quarter, up from $4.7 million the quarter before, and headcount, with 36 new employees taking checks from Fusion-io.
Javelin Strategy and Research released a report which found that mobile point-of-sale (POS) technology poses a significant and growing threat to terminal-based solutions.
"It took us more than 16 years to get to one million paid households but just 18 months to double it."
Apple and Google aren't the only ones benefiting from the smartphone revolution.
Still, shareholders are spooked. Zynga's stock is trading down, perhaps because metrics and outlook are weak.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook is auctioning off a coffee date with him that will last up to an hour via CharityBuzz, a company that asks notable people to auction their time off for a good cause.
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Early BlackBerry 10 reviewers love the device's keyboard, but bemoan its still-tiny app selection.
The goal: To make American startups interested in doing business in Japan.