Apple is getting into the holiday spirit in a big way this year, bringing its “12 Days of Gifts” promotion to the United States for the first time.
Having launched the program in other countries in the past, Apple says it will now offer a free digital gift from the App Store or iTunes each day from Dec. 26 until Jan. 6. An ...
Google has launched an online art gallery to give emerging artists a chance to display their creations to a larger audience without competing for wall space in a traditional gallery.
With its new Open Gallery, Google joins a growing movement of moving fine art online to offer an alternative venue for artists and give more people acces ...
Ever since Yahoo signed a deal to let Microsoft power its online search services, the agreement has been an important source of revenue for the Sunnyvale Internet company. Now we know how important:
Yahoo, which previously reported the deal contributed more than 10 percent of its revenue, recently disclosed – under prodding from the S ...
It’s not just the NSA — cops, too, use tech advances to their advantage. U.S. law enforcement made more than 1 million requests for wireless providers’ user data last year, according to a report released Monday by Sen. Edward Markey, D-Mass. The number, 1.1 million, was slightly less than the 1.3 million such requests rece ...
GTM Research and SEIA released their third quarter U.S. Solar Market Insight report Tuesday. Among the big headlines: photovoltaic solar installations reached 930 megawatts in the third quarter, up 20 percent from the second quarter. That’s due to utility-scale projects coming online and impressive growth in the residential mark ...
A price war is heating up between makers of laptops and tablets, which is good news for consumers but not so great for laptop sellers, according to Deutsche Bank’s analysts.
Of the 80 best-selling notebooks, they concluded in a recent check, “approximately 80 percent are priced below $500 and over 60 percent are priced bel ...
Blue Bottle Coffee Co. has raised $20 million in investments and named a new CEO, prompting speculation about what the Bay Area chain known for its slow pours and long lines has in store for coffee lovers.
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Last spring, analyst Theo O'Neill predicted that battery maker A123 would file for bankruptcy in mid-October if it didn't raise more cash or cut expenses. A123 supplies lithium-ion batteries for Fisker Automotive's Karma sedan, which has struggled to get off Read More →
A few weeks ago we wrote about Cerealize, a company that wants to offer mass customization of cereals. They're in the early phases of their life, but this campaign season, they were raising money to begin selling the politically Read More →
We're handing out tablets... news:
• If you've been holding your breath for that announcement from Apple, supposedly about a smaller iPad, quit it already. The event is scheduled for Oct. 23 at the California Theatre in San Jose, Read More →
Intel kicks off the tech earnings season after the markets close today.
The world's largest chip maker last month cut its third-quarter sales forecast, citing weak demand for its chips. Analysts expect Intel to have net income of 50 Read More →
"Within Google, it’s very hard to differentiate yourself. Why leave Google to work at Yahoo? It’s an opportunity to be the No. 2 person at a giant Internet company."
— Ronald Josey, analyst at ThinkEquity Partners, on why Henrique Read More →
Finally, just the thing for those who think they're not paying enough of a coolness premium when they buy one of Apple's stylish MacBooks, iPhones or iPads.
Alchemy, a Sherman Oaks, Calif., company now lets you add a few thousand Read More →