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BII REPORT: Here's Why We Are Primed For Massive International Smartphone Growth

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Most of the six billion mobile phones in the world are not smartphones. Over the next several years, most of these handsets will be replaced by smartphones. The United States is one of the more mature smartphone markets. Most smartphone device growth, therefore, will likely  come from other countries --...
BII REPORT: Here's Why We Are Primed For Massive International Smartphone Growth

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Why We’re Definitely in a Bubble

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Mr. Webb Bubbles bubbles bubbles! The talk continues. Last week the anti-bubble camp was in the ascendency. First we had a massive bubble debate on Branch.com (disclosure: I am an investor in Branch), featuring some of the best minds on the internet: Anil Dash, Dave McClure, Paul Kedrosky, Chris Sacca,...
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Why We’re Definitely in a Bubble

Why AOL Is The Weirdest Successful Tech Company In America Right Now

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Yesterday was a historic day for one of America's most confounding companies. AOL ended an eight-year money-losing slump in 2012, the company announced this morning, as all of its divisions ended the year "quasi-profitable" for the first time under Tim Armstrong's reign as CEO. AOL was dubbed by some the "hottest tech stock of...
Why AOL Is The Weirdest Successful Tech Company In America Right Now

Bankrupt 1990s Internet Toy Company Still Thinks It Was Undervalued

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Cross-posted from To get a sense of how old the Goldman Sachs IPO lawsuit-and-maybe-scandal that Joe Nocera and Felix Salmon wrote about this weekend is, consider this: the alleged victim was a company named eToys. With the "e," and the "Toys," and the weird capitalization. Also Henry Blodget was...
Bankrupt 1990s Internet Toy Company Still Thinks It Was Undervalued
Mark Zuckerberg's CEO skills examined ahead of Facebook IPO
Where We Are In The Smartphone Revolution

Facebook's Stock Dive Isn't Over

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Facebook's stock price hit a new low last week - and it could be poised to plunge even further. The downward spiral that started last Thursday ended the next day at $19.05 a share, just shy of half of Facebook's initial public offering price in May. WHile Facebook's underlying business...
Facebook's Stock Dive Isn't Over

Why Aren't People Using Their Android Phones As Android Phones?

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Why Aren't People Using Their Android Phones As Android Phones?: Henry Blodget isn't sure. I'm not either. But I do know that my father is in that camp. Over the holiday weekend, my dad revealed that he recently got an Android phone. Not because he wanted one, mind you, but...
Why Aren't People Using Their Android Phones As Android Phones?

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here's the news: Facebook speculators are blaming everyone but themselves for the stock's poor performance so far. Henry Blodget argues that the stock was overvalued to begin with and the stock should be priced in the $16-$24 range. Business Insider's Owen Thomas looks at how Facebook's stock performance...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Spencer Reiss And Advisory Board Of Digital Gurus Join IGNITION 2013

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We're psyched to welcome wide-ranging tech writer and Wired contributing editor Spencer Reiss as Director of IGNITION, Business Insider's annual conference on the Future of Digital Media. Spencer will put together the program for this year's event, which takes place on November 11-13 at the Time Warner Center in New York....
Spencer Reiss And Advisory Board Of Digital Gurus Join IGNITION 2013

Arianna: Yes, Private Equity Has Approached AOL About Buying HuffPo (AOL)

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Private equity firms have approached AOL in hopes of buying Huffington Post, but talks aren't going to go anywhere, Arianna Huffington just told Henry Blodget during a keynote interview at our Startup 2012 conference in Manhattan. Last night, we relayed some scuttlebutt: That Arianna Huffington wants to buy HuffingtonPost back from AOL, and...
Arianna: Yes, Private Equity Has Approached AOL About Buying HuffPo (AOL)
Apple TV: the rumours evaluated

Wall Streeters Are Falling In Love With Snapchat

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Wall Street has long been plagued by a very special type of communication problem: All too often over the last couple of decades, the words and images Wall Streeters have transmitted electronically have come back to bite then in the, umm, assets under management. You know what I'm talking about....
Wall Streeters Are Falling In Love With Snapchat

Here's How The Growth Of Mobile Is Leading To An Explosion In Usage

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These charts are from the new Future of Mobile slide deck. The deck was produced by Henry Blodget and the team at BI Intelligence, a research and analysis service focused on mobile computing and the Internet. Please check out the full Future of Mobile deck here. All of the charts and data in the report are...
Here's How The Growth Of Mobile Is Leading To An Explosion In Usage

Bank Of America Is NOT The Worst Company In America

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It seems to us that a lot of Americans dislike Bank of America, but it turns out there's a more hated company out there. Over 250,000 voters at The Consumerist decided that Electronic Arts is even worse. Here's why: [A]fter years of being ignored and relegated to steerage, game-players...
Bank Of America Is NOT The Worst Company In America

CNBC And CNN Give The Tesla S Rave Reviews... But Both Mention The Same Glaring Concern (TSLA)

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In the past week, both CNN's Peter Valdes-Dapena and CNBC's Phil LeBeau  recreated New York Times reporter John Broder's fateful drive up the eastern seaboard in Tesla's Model S. The latter journey resulted in an epic war-of-words between the paper of record and Tesla's voluble CEO, Elon Musk. Valdes-Dapena and LeBeau,...
CNBC And CNN Give The Tesla S Rave Reviews... But Both Mention The Same Glaring Concern (TSLA)

TV’s status quo may be strong, but technology WILL change it soon whether the industry is ready or not

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“The idea that the web will cause the TV business to ‘collapse’ is fantasy,” wrote Dan Frommer yesterday in a calm response to Henry Blodget’s actually-quite-alarmist Don’t Mean To Be Alarmist, But The TV Business May Be Starting To Collapse. While Frommer is right that the business of TV is actually still doing...
TV’s status quo may be strong, but technology WILL change it soon whether the industry is ready or not

Here's The Most Amazing Thing About Apple's $620 Billion Market Cap...

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Aaron Task and I discussed Yahoo's record market-cap and the outlook for the stock on Daily Ticker this morning. The most striking thing about the market cap, it seems to me, is that the stock is still trading at a reasonable price-earnings ratio--only 13X next year's projected earnings. This is...
Here's The Most Amazing Thing About Apple's $620 Billion Market Cap...

No Advertisers Paid The Wall Street Journal To Reach Henry Blodget

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I hope you’ll forgive the delay. It’s taken me a few days to process the full extent of the stupidity contained in this post by Business Insider’s Henry Blodget, in which he writes about his shock at finding a copy of the Wall Street Journal outside his hotel room door....
No Advertisers Paid The Wall Street Journal To Reach Henry Blodget

THE APPLE INVESTOR: Hon Hai's Investment In Sharp A Sign That The Apple TV Is In The Works (AAPL)

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The Apple Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. AAPL Off More Than 1%    Stocks are on the rise to end the week with the markets looking to close their strongest quarter in two years. Shares of AAPL however are...
THE APPLE INVESTOR: Hon Hai's Investment In Sharp A Sign That The Apple TV Is In The Works (AAPL)

Boot up: Oracle sues over Lodsys, Vint Cerf on net regulation, Asus' 'sexist' tweet, and more

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Plus flexible glass displays for phones, and Henry Blodget on the TV businessA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamOracle sues to smash patent troll Lodsys >> Mobile Technology NewsOracle, it seems, is not one for irony. Right after an epic...
Boot up: Oracle sues over Lodsys, Vint Cerf on net regulation, Asus' 'sexist' tweet, and more

Here's What LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner Learned From His Company's IPO Pricing

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LinkedIn had one of the most successful tech IPOs in recent memory, despite the controversy of the stock being priced too low. A year later, Facebook went public in what was the most anticipated IPO for the tech industry, and its stock went on a downward spiral. We asked LinkedIn...
Here's What LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner Learned From His Company's IPO Pricing

LINKEDIN CEO: Going Public Is Like A Marriage (LNKD, FB)

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The biggest story in tech this year has been Facebook's IPO, which, depending on how you look at it, was a big flop. It was good for Facebook, in that it got as much money as possible from investors, but it was bad for Facebook because the stock collapsed, hammering...
LINKEDIN CEO: Going Public Is Like A Marriage (LNKD, FB)

Sorry, Apple Fans, Amazon Is Sucking The Profit Out Of iPads -- iPhones Next?

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Sorry, Apple Fans, Amazon Is Sucking The Profit Out Of iPads -- iPhones Next?: The headline is your typical click-baity BI stuff, but Henry Blodget's post itself is worth a read. Well, aside from this part: Apple is expected to introduce an "iPad Mini" next week, which will compete directly...
Sorry, Apple Fans, Amazon Is Sucking The Profit Out Of iPads -- iPhones Next?

Boot up: Security firm backtracks on Android malware claims, Facebook's $3bn mystery, and more

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Plus Windows Phone 8 feature list, and Henry Blodget asks: is Facebook worth $100bn?A quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamSymantec recants Android malware claims >> ComputerworldFollowing from last week...Symantec has backtracked from assertions last week that 13 Android apps distributed...
Boot up: Security firm backtracks on Android malware claims, Facebook's $3bn mystery, and more

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here's the news: HP may slash its workforce by 10%-15%, a source tells Business Insider. That would mean at least 32,000 workers would be let go. Facebook employees are gearing up for the IPO on Friday the only way they know how: with an all-night hackathon. Henry Blodget...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

THE APPLE INVESTOR: Apple Could Be Running Into The Law Of Large Numbers (AAPL)

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The Apple Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. AAPL Recovering From Morning Sell-Off Stocks are retreating following last week's four-year high as fears that Europe must commit more money to fight the EU debt crisis weighs on investors. Shares of...
THE APPLE INVESTOR: Apple Could Be Running Into The Law Of Large Numbers (AAPL)

If You Don't Want To Wait In Line For The iPhone 5, Here's What You Do (AAPL)

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Pre-orders for the iPhone 5 began last night. By all accounts, it was a massive success for Apple. The wait time for a new iPhone 5 order is now around two weeks. If you want an iPhone 5 on day one, you'll have to wait in line at the Apple...
If You Don't Want To Wait In Line For The iPhone 5, Here's What You Do (AAPL)

TechCrunch Disrupt NYC LIVE: Day Two! #TCDisrupt

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Welcome to Day Two, folks. If Day One wasn’t enough for you, then you’re in for a real treat. We have a special product announcement at 11:20, Design Office Hours and an incredible list of Day Two Battlefield contestants. If you’re wondering what happened yesterday, you may want to...
TechCrunch Disrupt NYC LIVE: Day Two! #TCDisrupt

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here's the news: Facebook has poached more than half a dozen engineers from Apple to build a Facebook phone, the New York Times reports. This shouldn't come as too much of a surprise. Facebook has started the process of building a phone right in front of our eyes....
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning
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