Yahoo's Marissa Mayer joined the proud tradition of valley CEOs traveling halfway around the world before opening up to provide an interesting interview about what's going on at their companies.
Ah, Davos. Bloomberg Television is calling its Swiss sit-down with Read More →
It's a familiar corner, that of Tech and Policy:
• A court in France has reportedly ordered Twitter to turn over data to help identify racist and anti-Semitic tweeters. In October, France's Union of Jewish Students brought Read More →
Facebook’s mobile service surpassed Google Maps in the fourth quarter of 2012 to become the most popular smartphone and tablet app in the United States, according to new data from the comScore market research firm. But apps made by Google Read More →
Ever wonder where Google comes up with a seemingly endless line of scary brilliant technologists?
They’re pod people. I know. I didn’t believe it either until I spotted a Reuters photo in the Wall Street Journal of a nearly-fully-formed worker Read More →
What's coming in gadgets, a roundup:
• OK, there is nothing concrete to speak of yet, but Google in its earnings call yesterday pointed to better days ahead for Motorola Mobility, the money-losing (it lost $353 million Read More →
"My advice is to take a look at our patent portfolio before you make a final decision here."
— Steve Jobs, in a 2007 email to then-Palm CEO Ed Colligan, as the two discussed the Apple CEO's accusation Read More →