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Google's Susan Wojcicki: Where we're heading

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Nearly all the company's revenues come from her products. Now, Google's Susan Wojcicki weighs in on what's next for advertising and what the search giant stands to learn from Google+.  FORTUNE -- It's been said before, but it's worth saying again: Susan Wojcicki doesn't get enough credit outside Silicon Valley....
Google's Susan Wojcicki: Where we're heading
Windows 8.1 Will Be A Free Update For Windows 8 and Windows RT Users, Public Preview To Launch June 26

Verizon CFO: People Like Free iPhones

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Verizon activated a record number of iPhones in its fourth quarter — 6.2 million. It was the carrier’s strongest quarter for iPhone sales since it first began offering the handset in 2011, one in which Apple’s handset accounted for about two-thirds of its new smartphone activations. The iPhone 5 was...
Verizon CFO: People Like Free iPhones

Microsoft drops the Blue codename, confirms Windows 8.1 will be a free upgrade available 'later' this year

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One of the worst kept secrets rattling around Microsoft's campus is Windows Blue, the forthcoming update to Windows 8 that addresses users' bugbears about the revamped OS. However, like Picasso before it, Microsoft has decided to end its Blue Period by officially rechristening the platform with the more staid...
Microsoft drops the Blue codename, confirms Windows 8.1 will be a free upgrade available 'later' this year

Comcast will stream its entire content library for free from March 25-31 for its 'Watchathon' event

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Global media and technology company Comcast Corporation announced today that it will be open its content up as part of its”Watchathon” event from March 25 through 31. During this time, customers will have unlimited access to the company’s entire programming library of more than 3,500 episodes from over 100 series...
Comcast will stream its entire content library for free from March 25-31 for its 'Watchathon' event
Verizon to kill grandfathered unlimited data plans with 4G upgrades
Yahoo Planning A Big Marketing Blitz To Win Younger Users

Verizon CFO Shammo addresses iPhone 4 sales, FiOS

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Speaking at the Deutsche Bank 2013 Media, Internet, and Telecom Conference, Verizon Communications Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo, the executive said that the company has no interest in offering additional commissions for sales staff to sell low end phones over the free iPhone 4 with contract on the carrier. The...
Verizon CFO Shammo addresses iPhone 4 sales, FiOS

World telecom conference ends with uneven support

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Expect no major changes to the functioning of the Internet in the coming months after a controversial ending to the International Telecommunication Union's World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT), but an agreement hammered out there may encourage countries to censor Web content in the longer term, participants and observers...
World telecom conference ends with uneven support
EA will be building microtransactions into all of its upcoming games

90 million Windows 7 licenses sold. Were you one of them?

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Yup, 90 million Windows 7 licenses sold. I think that means we can call it a success. Microsoft made the announcement this week at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media, & Telecom Conference in San Francisco. The company’s CFO, Peter Klein, said the operating system has “terrific momentum.” What he...
90 million Windows 7 licenses sold. Were you one of them?
Verizon CFO talks iPhone: Free iPhone gains, incentivizing employees to sell lower subsidy devices & Share Everything plans

Intel: Keeping up with Moore's Law is becoming a challenge

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Intel will advance Moore's Law for the foreseeable future, but keeping up with it is becoming more challenging as chip geometries shrink, according to a company executive. Moore's Law is based on a theory that the number of transistors that can be placed on silicon doubles every two years,...
Intel: Keeping up with Moore's Law is becoming a challenge

Netflix CFO: Really, we didn’t kill Spongebob’s ratings!

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Don’t blame us for cratering Nickelodeon’s ratings. That was a key takeway from Netflix chief financial officer David Wells Wednesday, as he addressed investors at the J.P. Morgan 40th Annual Technology, Media and Telecom Conference in Boston. “The presence of a DVR full of Spongebob is probably more disruptive than...
Netflix CFO: Really, we didn’t kill Spongebob’s ratings!

The Future of Pandora: When Internet radio will be in everyone’s hands

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When I asked Pandora’s founder and chief strategy officer Tim Westergren how much of a threat he thinks his company faces from other online music services like Spotify and Rhapsody, he did something I wasn’t prepared for. He yawned. More than once. While on a phone interview, he spoke broadly...
The Future of Pandora: When Internet radio will be in everyone’s hands

Boot up: the Net v middle classes, missing apps on Windows, Twitter hacks, and more

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Plus Windows Blue named and priced, Acer and Asus revenues, how to beat clickjacking, Adobe cloud priced, and moreA burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamWindows keeps getting better >> Windows BlogToday at the JP Morgan Technology, Media & Telecom Conference in...
Boot up: the Net v middle classes, missing apps on Windows, Twitter hacks, and more

Breaking: Windows Blue will be a free update named Windows 8.1

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The update to Windows 8 previously codenamed "Blue" will be officially known as "Windows 8.1," and it will be shipping later this year as a free update distributed via the Windows Store. Windows 8.1 was announced by Windows Division CFO Tami Reller today at JP Morgan's Technology, Media, and...
Breaking: Windows Blue will be a free update named Windows 8.1

Verizon’s Redbox service: more Netflix than TV Everywhere

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Details of the new venture are still hard to come by. But the new streaming service being jointly launched in August by Verizon and Redbox seems clearly intended to compete with over-the-top services like Netflix, and not so much meant to further the TV Everywhere goals of Verizon FiOS. “This...
Verizon’s Redbox service: more Netflix than TV Everywhere
AT&T, Verizon look to further squeeze subscribers as earnings soar
Microsoft confirms Windows 8.1 as official name for 'Blue' update, free for Windows 8 users

Google CFO Pichette: 'Search is still in its infancy'

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The idea that the technology behind search is a done deal is far from the truth, according to Google, as the company appears to still have plenty of tricks up its sleeve to improve it. Google's Patrick Pichette "Everybody's mindset is that search is a solved problem," said Google...
Google CFO Pichette: 'Search is still in its infancy'

Mark Pincus Bought His Watch With Winnings From The Casino At The Wynn (ZNGA)

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Mark Pincus is interested in bringing online gambling to his games at Zynga. But where did he get the idea? Speaking at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom conference today, he pointed to his watch. "I have a fancy watch that I won at The Wynn. I was...
Mark Pincus Bought His Watch With Winnings From The Casino At The Wynn (ZNGA)

Tami Reller: Windows Blue aka Win 8.1, will be free to upgraders

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Windows Blue, which will be officially known as Windows 8.1, will be a free upgrade to existing Windows 8 or Windows RT users, Tami Reller, CFO of the Windows business unit at Microsoft said on Tuesday. She also said attendees of the Microsoft Build Conference kicking off june 26 will...
Tami Reller: Windows Blue aka Win 8.1, will be free to upgraders
How Much Is Twitter Worth?
Warner's unlikely plan to convert your DVD library to UltraViolet explained
Windows Blue Will Be Free - And Called Windows 8.1
Verizon to complete its 4G LTE buildout in mid-2013

Microsoft confirms Windows Blue will be called Windows 8.1, a free Windows 8 update via the Windows Store

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Microsoft on Tuesday announced Windows Blue will be officially called Windows 8.1. Furthermore, the new version will arrive as a free Windows 8 update via the Windows Store. The news was revealed at the JP Morgan Technology, Media & Telecom Conference in Boston, by Tami Reller, Chief Marketing Officer and...
Microsoft confirms Windows Blue will be called Windows 8.1, a free Windows 8 update via the Windows Store

Verizon to sell LTE-only phones in 2014 in push to lower subsidies

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Soon after Verizon transitions to Voice over LTE for ordinary telephone calls around the end of the year, it plans to start selling phones without CDMA chipsets, reducing costs and associated subsidies, said the company’s CFO Fran Shammo. At Deutsche Bank’s Media, Internet, and Telecom conference, Shammo spoke about...
Verizon to sell LTE-only phones in 2014 in push to lower subsidies
HP hedges against declining PC business, diverts some resources to tablet division
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