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1, 2012 file photo, Tumblr founder David Karp participates in the "Bloomberg Leadership Summit" seminar in New York.
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He has made and lost tech fortunes in less time than it takes most people to complete a college degree.
Play Club is a relatively new initiative in Cape Town, describing itself as a book club for theatre lovers with the aim of building a sense of community in the local arts scene.
Is Apple's seemingly arbitrary removal of apps from its App Store part of a strategy to intimidate other companies? Many Apple executive's emails have entered the public record as part of the U.S. Department of Justice's antitrust lawsuit against the Cupertino-based company.
May 25 is Geek Pride Day , an annual "holiday" that encourages computer geeks and word nerds all over the world to be proud and embrace their inner- geek .
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Google CEO Larry Page's announcement about his vocal cord condition spotlights the struggle many business leaders experience when dealing with illness while also running a company.
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When I first heard about Dorrian Porter's plan to raise $123,000 to honor inventor Nikola Tesla by erecting a statue of him in Silicon Valley, I had one thought: That's kind of kooky.
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Yesterday was Google I/O, the tech giant's annual developer conference. It's where Google thinkers, technology journalists, and the genius programmers who make it all possible commune and geek out over the pixelated buffet that awaits.
When Steve Jobs passed away in October 2011, Apple investors instantly worried the consumer electronics juggernaut had lost its innovative soul.