05 December 2014

Steve Wozniak on Steve Jobs, Geekiness, Starting Apple (video)

Steve Wozniak on Steve Jobs, Geekiness and Starting Apple: Video - Bloomberg:
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For its 85th anniversary, Bloomberg Businessweek chronicles the most disruptive ideas of the past 85 years. In 1976, The Apple 1 computer goes on sale for a retail price of $666.66. Steve Wozniak, who co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs and designed that product, remembers the early days. (Video by Brandon Lisy) (Source: Bloomberg 12/4)

New York Times

Media|Barnes & Noble and Microsoft End Nook Partnership
New York Times
In 2012, Microsoft invested $300 million for 17.6 percent stake in the Nook ... The company, which has struggled to compete with Amazon and other ... are you atechnology company, or are you a college bookstore company? ... Amazon's delivery service, Barnes & Noble began partnering with Google ...

Barnes & Noble, Microsoft End Nook Pact - Wall Street Journal


Amazon's New Cloud Prices Show That Google Is Now a Threat
Amazon just changed the way that it charges for some of its cloud ... Both Google andAmazon hand out discounts to customers that regularly use a lot ...


How to remove Yahoo as Firefox's default search engine
Mozilla has dumped Google in favor of Yahoo as Firefox's default search ... To get rid ofYahoo search, open Firefox's Preferences and click on the ... 


Amazon launches private-label 'Amazon Elements' household products, just for Prime members
In a release, Sunny Jain, Amazon.com's Consumables VP, said the launch leveragesAmazon's “strengths in technology to bring customers an ...
Amazon Announces Its Own 'Elements' Line of Products, Exclusive to Prime Members - Yahoo Tech

Business Insider

Google Just Made Another Smart Move In Its War With Microsoft
Business Insider
Google is really getting serious about selling Google Apps for Work, its Microsoft Office killer, to more businesses. It is rolling out a better, more ...
Google Launches Consolidated Partner Program - TechCrunch


Apple Is Being Sued for Removing Songs From iPods Without Owners' Knowledge
The plaintiffs, Melanie Wilson and Marianna Rosen, are suing Apple for $350 million and ... Apple defended themselves by saying that the measures were taken for security reasons. ... Apple or non-Apple, the FairPlay technology is still used on apps in the App Store, meaning ... Facebook social plugin.
Apple admits it deleted non-iTunes music off iPods for two years - Digital Trends

The Register

Snowden files show NSA's AURORAGOLD pwned 70% of world's mobile networks
The Register
The NSA, and its British counterpart GCHQ, spied on innocent telco employees and standards bodies to tap into mobile phone networks worldwide, according to the latest leak from the Edward Snowden archive. The mobile tapping system, dubbed ...

The Seattle Times

'Gangnam Style' pushes YouTube to its limits
The Seattle Times
South Korean rapper PSY performs his hit "Gangnam Style" live on NBC's "Today" show in New York in 2012. A video of the song,. Related. Reader Comments. Read all comments · Post a comment. advertising. Kim Kardashian may have tried to ...

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