Score a job in Silicon Valley

It took less than three months for an online coding game to transform James Johnston’s life. Johnston, 31, was designing software for orthodontists and living in Chattanooga, Tennessee, when he landed a better-paid software engineering job in Silicon Valley at ...


Priceline Positions Itself for 2015 Acquisition

Priceline Positions Itself for 2015 Acquisition Spree With $1.13 Billion Note Offering The Priceline Group announced today it intends to raise $1.13 billion (or 1 billion euros) in a public offering of senior notes to be used for general corporate ...


Samsung will launch Galaxy Note Edge in India in January 2015 at Rs 68,500 

Consumer electronics company Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note Edge, the first smartphone from the company with a curved right edge, in India in January 2015 as it looks to maintain its lead in the country’s fast-growing market for the ...


Prana wearable is a breath and posture tracker

Prana wants you to have better posture and to breathe correctly, and so to help with these two things is its new wearable by the same name. Prana is a disk-shaped wearable that connects to one’s waistband using a clip, ...


Man charged almost $1,200 for in-flight WiFi

You better be mindful of your megabytes on your next flight because they may cost you. Jeremy Gutsche, CEO of popular trend website Trend Hunter, got hit with a $1,171 Internet bill on a flight from London to Singapore.  Last ...


See the record-setting jump

Google Vice President Alan Eustace broke the record for highest skydive jumping from approximately 135,000 feet.         Source: CNN    


AT&T Fined $105 Million by FTC for ‘Cramming’ Charges in Customer Bills

    AT&T has agreed to pay $105 million to settle charges that it tacked unauthorized charges onto customer’s phone bills, in the largest such “cramming” settlement in history, the Federal Trade Commission announced on Wednesday. The settlement means some ...


HP confirms split into two companies

Hewlett-Packard confirmed today that it is splitting into two companies, one for personal computers and printing and the other for business software and systems. Meg Whitman, currently CEO of HP, will lead a new business systems company, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, as ...


Facebook: We’re still experimenting on users, but now it’s less creepy

Facebook says it’s making changes after an uproar over its mood manipulation experiment. The announcement marks Facebook’s fullest public acknowledgment yet of problems with the study, conducted unwittingly on some 690,000 users for one week in early 2012. Some people in this group ...


Larry Ellison: The billionaire Silicon Valley exec

Larry Ellison, the top-paid CEO and fifth-richest person in the world, now has a bit more time to live his extraordinarily glamorous life. It’s not exactly a retirement for the 70-year old Oracle (ORCL, Tech30) founder. He stepped down as Oracle’s CEO but became the ...


Page 1 of 712345...Last »


<< Oct 2019 >>
29 30 1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31 1 2

In The Community

Humor / Odd