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Free software will result in $900 million deferral at Apple

Company says that offering iLife, iWork, and Mavericks for free to customers will come at near-term cost in margins.

By Oct. 28, 2013


4G auction result to be probed by government watchdog

The National Audit Office will investigate the £2.3bn raised in the auction of 4G spectrum to see if the government got value for money.

By Apr. 15, 2013


Spam from 'friends' is actually result of Facebook hole

Facebook has fixed the problem and says spammers are using friend lists they scraped before the fix to send new e-mails.

By Sep. 6, 2012


How to make Google always open search result links in new tabs

Tweak a setting and Google will open a search result link in a new tab instead of your current tab.

By Aug. 8, 2012


Google is looking into rude 'English person' search result

Google seems to be aware of an unfortunate search quirk that brings up an insulting word when surfers enter the term 'define an English person'.

By Dec. 14, 2011


Apple-Adobe rancor to result in lawsuit?

Sources tell IT World that Adobe is gearing up to sue Apple as the bad blood over Flash heads toward the boiling point.

By Apr. 14, 2010


Top Google result for 'oil spill' bought by BP

In attempt to control what information people get about its oil spill, BP buys the top Google ad result. The company claims in the result copy that it is "helping."

By Jun. 8, 2010


Stand mixer blends in details for a solid result

The Breville Stand Mixer combines performance and convenience by paying attention to the little details.

By Apr. 15, 2010


Is Apple's success the result of luck or skill?

The Mac maker's growing success in the computing market, claiming 10.6 percent of the U.S. laptop market, can be attributed to both smart positioning and lucky positioning.

By Sep. 18, 2008


Ep. 1184: Warning: BOL may result in loss of toe

Today's BOL happened before a live studio audience at SXSW in Austin, TX. Cali Lewis and Nicole Lee joined us on stage to discuss the state of SXSW Interactive, the on-going Google/China kerfuffle, and pharmaceutical companies' struggles to fit the risks of drugs into a Twitter-friendly 140 characters. Also, Cali Lewis nearly loses a toe.... um, sorry?

By Mar. 14, 2010