1. Comcast is reportedly scouting "new media" companies for deals. The cable giant has held preliminary talks with several entities including Vice, BuzzFeed, and Business Insider, according to the report.
1. Apple has hired an executive from Fiat Chrysler who is an expert in car manufacturing. People have been speculating over the last few months that the company could be working on an electric car. 2.
Steal their secrets to seize the day and seize results Squeezing in a workout before the rest of the world is even awake takes an extreme amount of willpower and dedication, and maybe a bit of insanity.
Guardian sustainable business,Renewable energy,Energy,Electric, hybrid and low-emission cars,Hydrogen power,Technology,Environment,Ethical and green living,Motoring,Travel and transport A run-down of technology’s
Klaus Geiger makes Apple computers with a different kind of storage The Apple Power Mac G5 was a classic computer of the early millennium, but for all of its strengths — besides its gorgeous design, it
The birth of #McConnelling Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell's campaign got more than it bargained for last week when its strange, silent ad of the senator doing little more than smiling, shaking
I'm excited to announce that we've agreed to acquire WhatsApp and that their entire team will be joining us at Facebook. Our mission is to make the world more open and connected. We do this by building
"Once considered the product of genius or divine inspiration," writes Laura Pappano, "creativity — the ability to spot problems and devise smart solutions — is being recast as a prized and teachable skill."
“Do search. But in order to find other than what it searched for.” On a recent visit to the Richard Diebenkorn: The Berkeley Years, 1953-1966 exhibition at San Francisco’s De Young fine arts museum, I
From Gothic Revival to Postmodernism, or how Bauhaus ushered in the age of minimalism. From the fine folks at Open University — who have previously brought us delightful 60-second animated primers on famous
As coding courses and bootcamps flourish, some students get left behind–and that promise of a six-figure salary pops like a bubble. After the design firm where he worked as a web developer went under,
Computer advertisements didn't always feature silhouetted dancers rocking to indie music. Back when the tech was awkward and slow -- so were the ads. "BRB, about to get banished from Eden." "Honey, save
Well, take a look at this Quora thread, which is being used by current and former Google employees to dish the dirt on working for Big G. We've edited some of the standout comments into this excerpt. is
Dear Google: What’s wrong? I ask because last weekend, while in San Francisco, I asked Google Maps for “hot chocolate mission” — and was promptly directed to an ARCO station in Fremont, 40 miles away.