Bring on the hard hats. The social network is in construction-only mode, working to repair its Android software suite before trying to take over more phones.
Free app for iPad and Web features thousands of photos of home improvement projects, as well as localized estimates for project costs.
Apple takes the wraps off the slight redesign to its iconic Fifth Avenue "cube" store in Manhattan. The new design uses fewer glass pieces while occupying the same space.
The software giant, sometimes criticized for a lack of innovation, refurbished one of the older buildings on its Redmond campus to accommodate its incubation project, the Microsoft Garage.
Pat Gelisinger hops from Intel to a position that puts him in competition with two other EMCers to succeed Joe Tucci. What now from EMC's new executive suite?
T-Mobile USA is remodeling 400 retail stores, with pilot locations in Seattle and New York, as it tries to remain competitive with its wireless competitors. Stores are getting hardwood floors and a more open layout.
But not for good. Close the site temporarily. Put plywood over the doors and windows, as it were, with a big "We're remodeling!" sign on the front.
If approved, the online real estate brands will live on separately but offer combined home listings for prospective buyers.
Some bamboo is grown in a sustainable way. Other people treat it with formaldehyde. Kelly LaPlante has other green remodeling tips too.
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