Elon Musk: The NYT Review Of The Model S Cost Tesla $100 Million (TSLA)

Elon Musk: The NYT Review Of The Model S Cost Tesla $100 Million (TSLA)

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New Typically, a CEO likes to downplay bad news and say it's going to have no real impact on a company's business. Not Elon Musk! For some reason, the Tesla CEO wanted to exaggerate the damage of the New York Times' bad review of the Model S. In an interview with...
Elon Musk: The NYT Review Of The Model S Cost Tesla $100 Million (TSLA)
                         

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Visa, Samsung Ink NFC Deal, Galaxy S IV First In Line For Deep Integration; ROAM Is Visa's First 'Ready' Mobile Payment Partner

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Visa is swiftly moving ahead announcing its first partners for its new NFC initiative and push into the wider world of mobile payments — two programs it announced a few days ago that come with a set of APIs to let third parties integrate the credit card giant’s payment services more...
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Opera launches Opera Mediaworks to unite its ad businesses, form world's largest mobile ad platform

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Opera has united its mobile advertising businesses under one roof after it launched Opera Mediaworks as a fully-owned subsidiary, which it says is the world’s largest mobile ad platform. The business amalgamates a number of the publishing and advertising services that Opera has bought in recent times, in addition to a new...
Opera launches Opera Mediaworks to unite its ad businesses, form world's largest mobile ad platform

Samsung reportedly set to launch Galaxy S IV smartphone on March 14 in New York

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Samsung has reportedly said that it will unveil its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S IV, on March 14 in New York City, Reuters reports. The US location for the fourth-generation phone reflects the company’s focus on the American mobile market this generation. “We introduced the Galaxy S III in...
Samsung reportedly set to launch Galaxy S IV smartphone on March 14 in New York
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White House Orders Federal Agencies To Require More Open Access To Not Just Research, But Data

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Just a couple days ago, we were talking about the newly proposed FASTR bill, which would require federal agencies with greater than $100 million in research funds to require the end results of that research to be published in open ways within six months of publication. As we've noted, for...
White House Orders Federal Agencies To Require More Open Access To Not Just Research, But Data

Obama Administration backs open access to all federal research

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Today, John Holdren, the head of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, announced that the administration is adopting a policy that would see nearly all of the science papers produced through federal funding made accessible to the public within a year of their publication. The new...
Obama Administration backs open access to all federal research

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A new White House directive will allow the general public more access to federally funded scientific research, the Obama administration announced Friday. The directive instructs federal agencies with more than $100 million in research and development expenditure to allow public access to some journal articles one year after their original...
White House opens more federally funded scientific research to the public

Microsoft got $195 million for selling its 50 percent stake in msnbc.com

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We’re starting to get more details about the sale of msnbc.com to NBCUniversal, a deal which took place last summer and resulted in the online news operation changing its name to NBCNews.com. A new SEC filing from Comcast, the parent company of NBCUniversal, indicates that the 50 percent stake owned...
Microsoft got $195 million for selling its 50 percent stake in msnbc.com

Leaked Cases Reveal What Samsung's Galaxy S4 Will Look Like

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Samsung is going to go all-in on this giant smartphone thing, according to the latest leaks. William Judd at British site Mobile Fun has a bunch of cases for the still unreleased Samsung Galaxy S IV. He got the cases from a Chinese accessory maker. In the past, these case-makers...
Leaked Cases Reveal What Samsung's Galaxy S4 Will Look Like
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