According to a study, 68 percent of Americans keep their unused gadgets for posterity's sake. Or something. Only 25 percent allegedly admit to it.
A $46 billion cash balance is more valuable to shareholders in the form of higher earnings per share or a dividend, Stanford C. Bernstein analyst says.
Natali Del Conte is back from a quick trip to Europe and will be on the show every Thursday to get down with the nerdy dirty.
With Wilson nursing a flu, Natali Del Conte comes in to save the day and somehow manages to work up the nerve to challenge me to a habanero chili pepper eating competition. Clearly she doesn't know I was president of Edison High School's Fire Eater's Club and eat Scoville units for breakfast. Then again, her last name is Del Conte, which automatically gives her an advantage out of the gate. May the best Justin Yu win.
The Massachusetts company is winding down its instant-film business, closing four plants by the end of the year.
Used Scribd? Take a look at Docstoc, which also does online document sharing and organization.
The retailer of electronics and computing products gives the digital currency a bit more legitimacy and utility.
A hilarious, not-so-safe-for-work video imagines what an awful job it would be to handle all those search queries in person.
Uh-oh. The "1 Percent" might just lead to the complete collapse of civilization, according to a study sponsored by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. But all hope is not lost.
Moody's declares that of all the cash sloshing around in nonfinancial institutions, Apple has the largest chunk, and it's 9.5 percent more than last year.