Archives: February 2014

Yahoo breach exposes naked truth about online security

February 28, 2014
The umpteenth violation of our Internet privacy proves once again the dearth of common sense among us Web users
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Bitcoin grows up, Mt. Gox melts down: The crypto currency crapshoot

February 27, 2014
For bitcoin to succeed, Mt. Gox had to fail, and government regulation may be a blessing for the digital dinero
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Like it or not, the era of the wimpy CEO has arrived

February 25, 2014
Every generation gets the CEOs it deserves. In our case, that means the milquetoast likes of Zuckerberg, Schmidt, and others
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Facebook fleeced -- er, lured by WhatsApp's promise of fresh data

February 21, 2014
Facebook is hoping there's gold in them thar data mines as it hands over $19 billion to the messaging startup
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From Android to AI: Google's bot plot revealed

February 19, 2014
Google and Foxconn are paving the way for our eventual overlords. Kinda makes you long for Amazon drones, doesn't it?
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Glimmer of hope or dying embers? Net neutrality flares up again

February 13, 2014
Politicos get behind Net neutrality with the Open Internet Preservation Act of 2014, but the real power lies with us
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Let us now bury Sony and Flappy Bird, not praise them

February 11, 2014
Unlike those quitters, real tech leaders like Microsoft, AOL, and Dell hang on, market share and analyst reaction be damned
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Did you hear the one about the tech-savvy senator?

February 07, 2014
Trick question: They don't exist! Yet they still try to enact stupid laws governing technology they don't understand
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Microsoft is saved! But the CEO sweepstakes rage on

February 06, 2014
Microsoft has nabbed Satya Nadella, but Amazon, Apple, Uber, and others can still get in on prime C-suite talent
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The future of mobile is stupid, futile -- and irresistible

February 04, 2014
Flammable iPhones, LG's honking curved screens, Scentee's aromatherapy tech: Rest assured, we'll eat them all up
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