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Last of the storage independents

A recent flurry of storage acquisitions (consuming 3PAR, Isilon, Compellent, and others) leaves enterprises few remaining alternatives to the largest vendors.

By Dec. 10, 2010


New and Noteworthy: European iTunes Music Store lacking independents

New and Noteworthy: European iTunes Music Store lacking independents

By Jun. 17, 2004


How many iPads were sold last quarter? Analysts weigh in

Analysts contacted by Fortune predict a 10 percent rise in iPad sales over those from the final quarter of 2012.

By Jan. 22, 2014


How the 'Netflix of books' won over the publishing industry (Q&A)

Oyster has grown its library of books available to its all-you-can-eat subscribers to more than 100,000 titles. CEO Eric Stromberg told CNET how it happened, and how the company is changing the world of reading.

By Jan. 25, 2014


Viral vids mock Obama, Romney, Zuckerberg on online privacy

A series of videos pitching an online privacy app take a cast of celebrity characters to task.

By Oct. 5, 2012


Did Apple sell 35 million iPhones last quarter?

Analysts all agree that iPhone sales heated up around the world in the fourth quarter, but estimates how on many units were sold vary by about 10 million, according to those polled by Fortune.

By Jan. 9, 2012


Sergey Brin: Put out 'giant bonfire of partisanship'

The Google co-founder asks elected officials to withdraw from their political parties so they can spend energy on constructive government rather than attacking one other.

By Nov. 6, 2012


Pew: Social media as a political tool on the rise

If your Facebook or Twitter accounts are full of opinion over the presidential campaign, you're not the only one.

By Nov. 2, 2012


This year, elect a video game president

Tired of following the run for America's president? Gaming Web site IGN calls on voters (including those under 18) to cast a ballot in the video game presidential election.

By Oct. 11, 2012


GOP voters prefer AOL e-mail service, poll shows

A Poll Position survey shows that AOL is the No. 1 e-mail provider among voters registered with the Republican Party.

By Nov. 14, 2011