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Earlier reports inform us regarding Apple Incorporated's ploy to harm its contender Amazon .
The most common bearish argument was that Apple hadn't launched a game-changing product since 2010, which is a ridiculous standard to hold the company to.
Steve Jobs sits in the innovative Apple mini-store at the Stanford mall in 2004 with vice president Ron Johnson.
Xiaomi, the new mobile giant, which hit the Indian market earlier this month and sold its entire Mi 3 stocks in 38 minutes and 50 seconds is Apple's biggest challenger.
Maybe the secret to the business genius of Steve Jobs lay in his wardrobe. Just look at Lei Jun, the CEO of a smartphone company in China called Xiaomi .
Innovation did not die with Steve Jobs. Apple has quietly installed data discovery software, including a file-relay tool that can bypass backup encryption, in around 600 million iPhones, iPads, and other devices running their latest iOS.
Software, compulsory subject in KSAT? . JULY 25, 2014 03:41. . Korean youths are good at computer games.
In 1985, he descended onto the grounds of Svaneholm Castle in Sweden in a chopper to discuss the impact of the personal-computing revolution on education.
According to Thomas Piketty, the rich get richer across generations. That increases inequality of wealth, and wealth inequality is a major social problem.
Apple's success in recent years has mystified those that follow the tech market.
Joshua Wolf Shenk doesn't believe in the myth of the lone genius. "What has one person ever done alone?" he asks NPR's Robert Siegel.
Oyster, which offers an ebook subscription service similar to Amazon's Kindle Unlimited, announced the launch of its web and mobile web reader Thursday.
Last week brought just that sort of change when Cook inked a deal with International Business Machines ( Should investors like the move? Guest host Alison Southwick puts this question to Fool analysts Nathan Alderman and Tim Beyers in this week's episode of 1-Up On Wall Street , The Motley Fool's web show in which we talk about the big-money names ... (more)
You wouldn't take on Mike Tyson in his prime if you couldn't block a left hook. So why are you showing up in a venture capitalist's office with a pitch you can't defend? There's one thing worse than watching an entrepreneur crumble under a fatal barrage of questions.
Nick Woodman is the latest wunderkind from Silicon Valley who has gone from an idea to a billion in a high-tech nanosecond.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 03:28 pm
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