If Facebook has taught us nothing else, the social network makes it clear that there are huge profits to be made from making sense of our users data.
How does Apple's iPhone philosophy differ from that of Google's Android? Let me count the ways.
Record player has absolute minimalist design.
Even a "guerilla, low-cost" funny video site needs more than advertising to make money, he says. One solution? Selling more "expressive" media, like custom electronic greeting cards.
A new collaboration platform pushes the idea of a "back page" for collaborating on documents and files.
Directory of "hyperlocal" blogs just doesn't work yet.
Two swapping sites with different philosophies
Tim Cook tells analysts that Apple's made 24 deals in the last 18 months, says the company wants to make acquisitions that bring along "great people and great technology and that fit culturally."
Advanced Micro Devices is bristling at Intel's strategy of offering rebates to device makers that use its chips for tablets.