Tuesday Jul 15
Satya Nadella praises Google for their marketing skills, 'it's always good to learn from others'
Tech companies often possess opinions about each other which they won't shy away from sharing when the time is right.
The Daily Beast
Why Smart People Are Dumb PatientsBy Jean Kim
Educated people often make doctors' worst patients: anti-vaxxers, cancer treatment rejecters, herbal remedy enthusiasts.
App Store At 6: How Steve Jobs' Biggest Blunder Became One Of Apple's Greatest Strengths
It may seem hard to believe, but when Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone to the world, he was especially proud of the fact that it didn't really support apps.
Cult of Mac Blog
Video display chipmaker gets big share boost on the back of Apple TV rumor
Shares in the Oregon-based Pixelworks, which designs and produces semiconductors for superior digital-video displays, have surged on the back of reports that the company could be working on Apple's long-awaited TV set.
The Motley Fool
Apple, Inc.'s Operational Excellence Is Mind-Boggling
Saying he was an excellent chief operating officer is an understatement. He was almost certainly one of the world's best .
Silicon Alley Insider
Early Apple Employees Said They Would Never Work With Steve Jobs Again
If you dig even just a little bit into the history of Apple, you'll learn that former CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs wasn't the easiest person to work with.