The e-commerce company's first attempt at a smartphone bombed, but it's probably not giving up. If Amazon learns from its mistakes, the next phone will be cheaper and more widely available.
Fifty-eight percent of people say that if they had to forgo alcohol or mobile Internet access for one week, they would become temporary teetotalers.
The end to a public fight between the publishing industry and the massive e-book distributor could spell relief for authors. It also gives Amazon customers access, finally, to Hachette titles.
The FCC has approved the CDMA version of the iPhone 4 just in time for the big announcement earlier today.
iPhone Atlas doesn't think much of a confidentiality request that Apple filed as part of the iPhone 4's certification process.
The iPhone 4 gets FCC approval with a SAR of 1.17 watts per kilogram.
Connecticut attorney general serves subpoena on MySpace and says independent research about sex offenders on the social-networking site is the "tip of the iceberg."
BusinessWeek has published its annual The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies list, a survey put together in collaboration with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Of course Apple is the no.1. Yet there are some surprises.
Matt Asay interviews Red Hat's newly minted CEO, Jim Whitehurst, and finds Red Hat has another believer at the helm.
It's about the interesting work people get to do, not the money.