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GigaOm acquires media blog paidContent

Om Malik expands GigaOm's coverage, especially its media coverage. He also acquires an experienced group of reporters.

By 8 February 2012


Yep, RIM stunk it up in the third quarter

Research In Motion maintains its usual upbeat comments even as its profits and revenue tumble away.

By 15 December 2011


RIM BlackBerry services open up to iOS, Android

BlackBerry Mobile Fusion is an attempt by Research In Motion to maintain its strong presence in the business world by offering to support other devices, in a big break from its inward-looking tradition.

By 29 November 2011


Samsung in last-stage Google TV talks, exec says

Yoon Boo Keun, president of Samsung's TV division, tells reporters to expect a Google TV-based device at an event next year that's not CES.

By 22 November 2011


Apple co-founder, Chairman Steve Jobs dies

The technology pioneer, who also co-founded the Oscar-winning animation house Pixar and computer-maker NeXT, has passed away.

By 6 October 2011


Facebook growth prompts plans for second campus

As employees begin moving in to Facebook's new campus in Menlo Park, Calif., the booming social network is already making plans for a second campus nearby that could accommodate 2,800 more people.

By 23 August 2011


Steve Jobs resigns from Apple (roundup)

Marking the end of an era, Jobs steps down as CEO of the iconic company he co-founded. COO Tim Cook, Jobs' fill-in during three medical leaves, will take over the reins.

By 26 August 2011


Steve Jobs steps down from Apple

Jobs resigns as CEO of the iconic electronics company he co-founded 35 years ago. He has asked Apple's board to put chief operating officer Tim Cook in his place.

By 24 August 2011


New Facebook HQ suffers mysterious thefts

Even before Facebook moves into its new Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters, someone has allegedly been creeping onto the site and stealing copper wiring.

By 30 June 2011


Outages, complexity, and the stronger cloud

Though outages like the one at Amazon Web Services make for great headlines, the truth is they're part of the circle of cloud life. How providers learn from them is critical to the cloud's future strength.

By 5 May 2011