Sources say iRadio is still mired in licensing talks and may not be ready for WWDC Google's long-rumored Play Music All Access service is already out the door, while Apple's iRadio is still bogged down
Square’s not just for businesses apparently, as an invite-only page for a product called “Square Cash” has popped up. Not many details are known about it, but we’ve reached out to the company for comment.
Credit Suisse has put together six reasons the stock is tanking. Below we've posted the comments verbatim as we've received them, but first we'll give our translation. Basically, the stock has broken 100-day
Today at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco, Google announced a new music streaming service called Google Play Music All Access. The service will compete with other entries to the market like Rdio
Cult of Mac points to a report [Google translation] from Taiwanese site TechNews claiming that Apple will be including a sapphire-covered capacitive home button on the iPhone 5S in order to accommodate
Jefferies & Co.’s Peter Misek is our favorite know-nothing analyst, having been proven hysterically, horribly wrong on about every major Apple prediction he’s ever made. He’s probably safe on this prediction,
Square announced today the launch of a new product it’s calling Square Stand, a new way to process point of sales transaction right from the iPad. At a press conference held across the street from Square’s
With a new iPhone app called Limelight, Oliver Cameron (best-known as the co-founder of private social network Everyme) aims to answer the question, “What am I going to watch tonight?” The app’s basic
"The Internship" is about two older guys who become interns at Google. Naturally, it's filled with techie humor. We first saw a clip of the movie on Google's jobs site. In that scene two unemployed dudes,
Google Maps on the desktop has been rebuilt from the ground up, ushering in its most significant changes since its launch eight years ago. After spending some time with the new Maps, and with its lead
Did you buy an Apple product between those dates? Ever wonder how much money you would have now had you invested in AAPL stock instead of the first iPod when it came out? (That's $399 in 2001). You'd tens
The phone launched less than a month ago. Facebook Home is an Android app that adds a Facebook wrapper to your phone's home screen. Instead of the normal app icons, you see Facebook's Cover Feed, a moving
Contrary to what you might think, management fads aren't fads because they're something new. Quite the contrary, what makes them fads is that companies glom onto these decades-old ideas as panaceas...
While most people would complain about Edgerank, it's really there to ensure only the best content appears in your feed. So how do you make sure that your content appears on feeds regularly? Here's the
The key is "being able to keep up the intensity even though there's no external accountability," says Sharon Melnick, a business psychologist and author of Success Under Stress. This means you need to
You can't open a website or newspaper these days without reading about Bitcoin, the digital currency that was invented in 2009 by a mystery person who goes by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto. The latest is
3. Build your social network. Find relevant people at your favorite companies to connect with you on LinkedIn. Join the same industry groups and network there, or ask friends to introduce you. Once you're
Some schools are seeing just 20% of the students they accepted enrolling, versus the usual rate of 33%. These schools have raised tuition discount rate — the price after grants and scholarships — to an
U.S. beer sales have slowed sequentially in the month through mid-April as drinkers switched from the most recognizable brands like Budweiser and Coors to imports like Corona and Heineken, and Sam Adams.
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Neat fact: If the federal government were to take all of the money it pours into various forms of financial aid each year, it could go ahead and make tuition free, or close to it, for every student at
After 9 years “The Office” is closing its doors, with its last episode slated for this Thursday, May 16. During those years, with his own unique brand of comic genius Michael Scott gave us a new fun-house
The fast food chain's effort was a flop because it underestimated the habits of breakfast eaters, reports Maureen Morrison at AdAge. "They just moved too little, too late," said Elizabeth Friend, an analyst