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  • Facebook buys Oculus VR in major bet on virtual reality

    Facebook buys Oculus VR in major bet on virtual reality
    SAN FRANCISCO — A tiny Irvine company founded by a 21-year-old Cal State Long Beach drop-out may play a leading role in Facebook's next major bet on the future of the Internet: that virtual reality will change the way people experience the Web....
  • Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella publicly debuts himself, Office for iPad

    Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella publicly debuts himself, Office for iPad
    Officially, the Microsoft press conference Thursday in San Francisco was intended to take the wraps off the long-awaited version of its Office for iPad. While it's a big deal, it was also the first public appearance of Satya Nadella since becoming...
  • Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal may heighten calls for net neutrality

    Comcast Corp.'s $45.2-billion bid to acquire Time Warner Cable would expand the reach of the nation's largest residential Internet provider into one-third of America's broadband households. The digital land-grab is likely to serve as a rallying cry...
  • Tecnología: Apple lanza libros de texto interactivos para iPad

    <b>Tecnolog&#237;a:</b> Apple lanza libros de texto interactivos para iPad
    Apple Inc. lanzó el jueves a la venta versiones electrónicas de una serie de libros de texto para la escuela secundaria y que pueden verse en el iPad. Los textos electrónicos, que incluyen libros de biología, ciencias ambientales, álgebra y química,...
  • Amazon gets heat over warehouse

    Amazon gets heat over warehouse
    Justine Frantz has spent $1,483.31 over the past several years buying gifts for her grandchildren from online retailer Amazon.com. But the Lower Macungie resident said she won't give the Seattle company another penny after reading about working conditions...
  • Apple rolls out its new iPad, with no fancy name attached

    Apple rolls out its new iPad, with no fancy name attached
    Apple unveiled its new iPad, but it's not called iPad 3 or iPad HD as widely speculated for weeks. Rather it stuck with simply calling it the iPad, a move that speaks to the company's ambitions to have its blockbuster tablet supplant the ubiquitous...
  • Dedicated e-readers 'irrelevant,' say many publishing executives

    Dedicated e-readers 'irrelevant,' say many publishing executives
    Is your Kindle e-reader "irrelevant"? Yes, says a significant share of publishing executives. That's one of the most interesting pieces of news to come out of Digital Book World, publishing's annual e-reading conference, which got underway Wednesday...
  • CDW exec integrates successful team practices from the ground up

    CDW exec integrates successful team practices from the ground up
    It was the latter half of the 1990s, more than a generation after the women's movement had begun and long after business casual dress was common in many workplaces. But some taboos die hard.    "We all still wore suits, with pantyhose and skirts that hit...
  • Tracking workers' every move can boost productivity — and stress

    Tracking workers' every move can boost productivity &#8212; and stress
    Second of two parts Phil Richards used to like his job driving a forklift in a produce and meat warehouse. He took pride in steering a case of beef with precision. Now, he says, he has to speed through the warehouse to meet quotas, tracked by bosses...
  • Apple's Steve Jobs revolutionized TV too

     
    Steve Jobs, who announced Wednesday afternoon that he is stepping down as CEO of Apple, should get a lot of credit for changing the way we watch TV....
  • Amazon.com could sell 3 million to 5 million tablets in 2011, analyst says

     
    Amazon.com could sell 3 to 5 million tablets in 2011, analyst says: Amazon.com could end up selling 3 to 5 million Android tablets before the end of the year if it ends up releasing a sub-$300 tablet as expected, according the Forrester research firm....