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23Mbps down, 44 up: A tech insider's view from the Super Bowl

Zillow Is Tanking (Z)

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Zillow is down 18 percent, trading around $28, the day after the online real-estate company unveiled a weak fourth-quarter forecast that left investors cold. The issue: Conventional display advertising is growing much more slowly than the company's paid-listings business, where real-estate professionals pay to put themselves in front of home...
Zillow Is Tanking (Z)

IaaS: Renting on-demand technology

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Putting your faith in the cloud can be a risky endeavor. A survey from earlier this year showed that of 600 large companies, only 27% were using public cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service. Insider (registration required)...
IaaS: Renting on-demand technology

Why Haven’t We Seen a Jonah Hex Trailer? An Insider’s View of the Summer Blockbuster’s Troubles

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Why Haven’t We Seen a Jonah Hex Trailer? An Insider’s View of the Summer Blockbuster’s Troubles

Facebook Founder Accused of Hacking Into Rivals' Email

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An anonymous reader notes a long piece up at BusinessInsider.com accusing Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg of hacking into the email accounts of rivals and journalists. The CEO of the world's most successful social networking website was accused of at least two breaches of privacy. In a two-year investigation detailing the...
Facebook Founder Accused of Hacking Into Rivals' Email

Watch MarketWatch shift its Apple colors from red to green

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Editorial sentiment is changing, but it may take some time to turn the ship around. FORTUNE -- Although it was never in quite the same boat as The Motley Fool, Insider Monkey or ValueWalk, there's been a predictable cast to the Apple (AAPL) coverage on the Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch site these...
Watch MarketWatch shift its Apple colors from red to green

Sharp's absence from new iPad LCDs blamed on short delay

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Sharp's apparent absence from new iPad LCD production was out of a delay, not an outright rejection, an insider claimed Wednesday. It was to contribute starting in late December, according to the Wall Street Journal, but it had problems tailoring the screens to make sure they fit. New shipments could...
Sharp's absence from new iPad LCDs blamed on short delay

Yes, A Facebook Insider Dumping Nearly His Whole Stake Should Make You Nervous...

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Insider selling is rarely a positive sign for a company. At best, it's a neutral event: An officer, director, or existing shareholder deciding to diversify his or her risk and trimming exposure to the company. At worst, it's a sign that insiders are nervous about the future of the...
Yes, A Facebook Insider Dumping Nearly His Whole Stake Should Make You Nervous...

Thornton May: IT's epic challenges

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For IT leaders, the two biggest looming challenges are learning to think outrageously and to be brutally honest. Insider (registration required)...
Thornton May: IT's epic challenges

Facebook insider Moskovitz still unloading IPO stock daily

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As previously reported, Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz disclosed on August 24 that he had sold 900,000 shares of Facebook stock over the six business days following the "lockup" of the stock awarded to him during the IPO. According to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) he has been...
Facebook insider Moskovitz still unloading IPO stock daily

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The Insider

Kenneth van Wyk: The iPhone at 5: Keeping it secure

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Some tips for good iOS hygiene. Insider (registration required)...
Kenneth van Wyk: The iPhone at 5: Keeping it secure

BYOD: There is no stopping employees' devices on your network

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It used to be the IT department's answer was always no when an employee asked to use a personal device for work. IT often felt the risk was far too great to the company's network security to allow this. Insider (registration required)...
BYOD: There is no stopping employees' devices on your network

Next up: The consumerization of business processes

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The consumerization of IT may well be leading to the consumerization of business processes. Here are four paths toward improved processes for a more mobile enterprise and a transformed user experience. (Insider; registration required)...
Next up: The consumerization of business processes

Lehman Insider Warned About Violating Code of Ethics - WSJ.com

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Lehman Insider Warned About Violating Code of Ethics - WSJ.com

Q&A: ESRI's Jack Dangermond on cloud, big data and Apple-vs-Google map wars

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GIS pioneer Jack Dangermond founded ESRI in 1969 and has steered the company since the mainframe era. With today's announcement of ArcGIS Online organizational subscriptions, he sees ESRI's evolution into the era of cloud and mobile computing. (Insider, registration required.)...
Q&A: ESRI's Jack Dangermond on cloud, big data and Apple-vs-Google map wars
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg will testify in Silicon Valley 'no-hire' agreement lawsuit

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (AOL, AAPL, GOOG, IBM, YHOO, EBAY)

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Good morning! News:  Why did a top executive quit AppNexus, and why are others looking to leave? AOL has re-launched its Webmail product, calling it Alto. Facebook stock went up yesterday, thanks to a positive report about its mobile ad business. Reports say IBM will buy Israeli software firm Red...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (AOL, AAPL, GOOG, IBM, YHOO, EBAY)

Peter Thiel Sells Large Facebook Stake

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Peter Thiel, Facebook's earliest investor and a board member, has sold the majority of his shares in the social network, as restrictions on insider selling of the stock begin to lift....
Peter Thiel Sells Large Facebook Stake
Next iPhone to launch in early September, according to report

IBM CIO embraces BYOD movement

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As IBM's CIO, Jeanette Horan oversees a range of big IT projects, but one of the most pressing is the company's ongoing rollout of a program to enable all employees to use personal devices on the job. Insider (registration required)...
IBM CIO embraces BYOD movement

The power of social automation

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The great thing about modernizing an enterprise application for social computing is that the application can be enhanced in ways that weren't possible when it was brought into the Internet age, for example. (Insider; registration required)...
The power of social automation

(Insider) The Macalope Daily: Apple invented China 3000 years ago

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Well, to hear some people talk about the issue of working conditions there it sure seems like that must have been it. (This story is viewable exclusively by Macworld Insider members.)...
(Insider) The Macalope Daily: Apple invented China 3000 years ago

FreedomPop rumored to introduce iPhone case with free WiMAX service

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Lending a bit of credence to the notion that it'll have life beyond LightSquared, an insider at FreedomPop is now suggesting that it'll debut a case for the iPhone 4 / 4S that features a WiMAX radio, hotspot capabilities and delivers a free (albeit, limited) data service. This rumored...
FreedomPop rumored to introduce iPhone case with free WiMAX service

Dual-mic MacBook Air expected at WWDC, legacy MacBook Pro to remain without update

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While Apple's MacBook Air is rumored to receive an updated a dual-microphone system that would help with voice-driven features like dictation, the company's legacy MacBook Pro will not receive a hardware update at WWDC, a well-connected insider claims.    ...
Dual-mic MacBook Air expected at WWDC, legacy MacBook Pro to remain without update
RUMOR: Samsung will unveil the GALAXY S IV on March 15th and on sale from early April

Bart Perkins: Make sure your restructuring is savvy, not silly

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There are several factors to consider in planning a wise and pain-free restructuring. Insider (registration required)...
Bart Perkins: Make sure your restructuring is savvy, not silly

5 tips for vanquishing virtual sprawl

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Take control of the virtual machines in your data center with these 5 simple rules. Insider (registration required)...
5 tips for vanquishing virtual sprawl

The Grill: David D. Clark

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Meet David D. Clark, who has been involved the development of the Internet since the 1970s. He talks here about the Internet, its potential and problems, and its future. Insider (registration required)...
The Grill: David D. Clark

The Wackiest Things That Happened At Super Bowl Media Day

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Super Bowl media day looks like it was a blast for everyone involved. Former Miss Universe contestant turned Televisa reporter Marisol Gonzalez showed up with hats and danced with the players (Getty Images / ...) (Getty Images / ...) (Getty Images / ...) Sergio Brown was given a bra during...
The Wackiest Things That Happened At Super Bowl Media Day
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