Wolverton: Want better broadband choices? Move to France

You probably knew your choices for pay TV and broadband here in the Bay Area weren't good. But you may not realize how bad they actually are relatively to what people elsewhere can get. That point became crystal clear for me Read More →

Pat & Mike: Is Silicon Valley Slumping? Beats Us

Join Pat & Mike for the fastest 10 minutes -- or so -- in Silicon Valley. They talk with special guest Chris "Buzz Kill" O'Brien of the Los Angeles Times. Chris has been looking at signs of a Silicon Read More →

Mitt Romney’s “completely wrong” Google Image search problem

Go to Google Image search. Type "completely wrong." Hit enter. What do you get? A long page of photos of Mitt Romney, like the one above. Is this some nefarious left-wing plot? Is this like the Google bomb that happened Read More →

Apple CEO Tim Cook apologizes for iOS 6 maps problems in letter

Want yet more proof that Tim Cook is way different that Steve Jobs? Well, here you go: Cook just issued a letter apologizing for all the problems with Apple maps:
"With the launch of our new Maps last week, we Read More →

My advice for CEO Marissa Mayer: Use Alibaba money to make Yahoo a local commerce juggernaut

(Photo by Stephen Lam) In just a few months on the job, it appears that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has been slowly turning the tide of negative perceptions around the beleaguered company. By no means has she righted the ship, but she Read More →

It’s Official: Apple Stock Closes Above $700 For First Time!

  Yesterday, Apple teased us by shooting above $700 in after-hours trading. Remarkable, but still, such trading tends to be thin. Could it actually break that barrier and hold the next day? Turns out, the answer is a resounding: Yes! On Tuesday, Read More →
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