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The Great Digg Experiment Begins Tomorrow-Will It Work?

Developers seeing lightning fast app review times as Apple readies the App Store for iPhone 5

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Apple is getting its ducks in a row for the release of the iPhone 5. One of the ways it’s doing that is ensuring that as many apps as possible are ready for the new taller screen of the new device. We’ve been getting reports from developers that Apple is...
Developers seeing lightning fast app review times as Apple readies the App Store for iPhone 5
Meizu MX and M9 stock Android 4.0 public beta released
The art of the spectacular and public crash and burn

Meg Whitman Says HP Is At The Beginning Of A Turnaround That Could Take 4-5 Years

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HP has gone through some tough times recently- announcing last month that it would lay off some 27,000 employees - and the company still has a long way to go to get out of the woods. When asked in an interview Tuesday with The Wall Street Journal how long it...
Meg Whitman Says HP Is At The Beginning Of A Turnaround That Could Take 4-5 Years

JetBlue creator to Ford CEO: “We all thought you were insane”

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Ford CEO Alan Mulally has given the auto manufacturer a makeover, and it seems to be working. But to continue to succeed, Ford will have to make smaller cars, grow globally and go green. By Shelley DuBois, writer-reporter Ford’s F-150 truck conjures up images of mudding and hauling huge loads....
JetBlue creator to Ford CEO: “We all thought you were insane”

5 tech turnarounds that actually worked

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The club of technology companies that have been able to turn their flailing businesses around is very, very small. By Verne Kopytoff, contributor FORTUNE -- Michael Dell has his hands full trying to turnaround Dell, the company he founded and now plans to take private in a $24.4 billion buyout....
5 tech turnarounds that actually worked

Adobe Reader zero-day exploit shows us why sandboxes aren't a magic bullet

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Software companies have gotten a lot better with quick turnarounds with patches for known security flaws. As consumers, we aren’t really at much of a risk from known exploits anymore — provided we keep our software up-to-date, anyway. The real danger is zero-day exploits — security flaws that are found...
Adobe Reader zero-day exploit shows us why sandboxes aren't a magic bullet

Your Google Drive isn't ready? Just wait a day… or maybe two

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When we reported Tuesday that Google Drive is here, and you can install it "right now," some of our readers were understandably frustrated that they couldn't, in fact, install it right away. Some people who signed up were greeted with messages saying that their Google Drive wasn't "ready" yet,...
Your Google Drive isn't ready? Just wait a day… or maybe two

After Pocketing More Than $500 Million From Bebo's Sale, Founders Buy It Back for $1 Million

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The tech world let out one giant guffaw when AOL coughed up $850 million for the social network Bebo back in 2008. Five years later, could Bebo’s husband-and-wife co-founders Michael and Xochi Birch, who pocketed more than $500 million from its sale, prove everyone wrong? We’ll be able to find...
After Pocketing More Than $500 Million From Bebo's Sale, Founders Buy It Back for $1 Million

Google Wants To Make Your Site a Little Bit Faster With Its New Tag Manager

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One counterpoint to all of Google’s spring cleaning: it’s also moving ahead with launching new features. Tag Manager, out today, is aimed at help websites speed up their load times and make modifying them a little more efficient to boot, with the introduction of all-in-one coding that links up with...
Google Wants To Make Your Site a Little Bit Faster With Its New Tag Manager
AOL has been down so long, it's starting to look like up

Welcome back, Michael Dell: It's time to reclaim your name

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A lot is being said and a lot will be said about Michael Dell’s decision to take the company he started in 1984 in his college dorm room private (with some cash from Silver Lake Partners, Microsoft and other investors.) People are also going to point out that karma is a bitch. Others...
Welcome back, Michael Dell: It's time to reclaim your name

She's Baaaack: Carol Bartz Opines at WSJ Women's Conference

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Former Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz provided plenty of color for writers and bloggers during her tenure at the company, but during an interview session at The Wall Street Journal’s Women in the Economy Conference in Palm Beach this morning, she took a decidedly reflective — albeit still candid — tone....
She's Baaaack: Carol Bartz Opines at WSJ Women's Conference
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Best Buy's Stock Price Tumbles After Naming Its New CEO

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Best Buy has been navigating some rough seas lately, but it would seem the company has finally found the skipper it’s been looking for. The Wall Street Journal reported earlier today that Best Buy has hired former Carlson CEO Hubert Joly to take over the CEO position from placeholder Mike...
Best Buy's Stock Price Tumbles After Naming Its New CEO
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Facebook Or Yahoo: Which One Gets Back To $38 First? (FB, YHOO)

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This is a guest post from Martin Wolf, an M&A advisor focused on mid-market IT. On May 18, 2012, Facebook began trading, opening at $42 and closing at $38.23.  The last date that Yahoo topped $38.23 was January 17, 2006 when it closed at $40.11.  Since 2006, Yahoo has had...
Facebook Or Yahoo: Which One Gets Back To $38 First? (FB, YHOO)
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