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Apple has long been hailed as a little more consumer friendly than the likes of Android, but as sales of the iPad tumble, it looks like demand for the tablet may be coming from a slightly unexpected source — businesses.
Apple may be all about diversity on the surface, but the numbers show that the company hasn’t made strides in becoming more diverse over the last year — its leadership is still overwhelmingly comprised of white men.
Tech industry execs from companies including Apple, Facebook, and Amazon descended upon Trump Tower on Wednesday to meet with President-elect Donald Trump. But there was one notable web giant that surprisingly didn’t receive an RSVP.
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It’s been a rough few months for Netflix shareholders, and a recent quarterly earnings report didn’t help.
Samsung has been a leader in the internet of things space for some time now, but it looks like the company is set to get even more serious about the space — so much so that it’s going to invest a whopping $1.2 billion in the U.S. over the next four years on research and development into connecting everyday devices.
Facebook and Microsoft have come out and said they offer equal pay for their employees regardless of gender — but what about the rest of Silicon Valley? New data from a job recruiting startup doesn’t paint a promising picture for women in tech.
Google's testing a new method of log in that relies on your smartphone for authentication. It does away with passwords entirely, except in instances where your phone is inaccessible.
Mozilla Firefox once looked like the browser to beat, but in recent years it has lost considerable ground to Google Chrome.
HP issued a voluntary recall, explaining that a recently discovered overheating issue made the cords a “fire and burn hazard.”
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Despite a record jump in revenue, Netflix still failed to satisfy investors after announcing today that it had lost more than 800,000 subscribers in the past quarter, and will go into the red during the fourth quarter to pay for international growth.
Release Time: For Immediate Release THE AMERICAN JOBS ACT
President Obama spoke to Congress on the evening of September 8, 2011 to present the American Jobs Act.
President Obama's remarks on the America's credit downgrade from AAA to AA+, August 8, 2011.
President Obama's remarks on the passing of the debt ceiling bill on August 2, 2011.
President Obama spoke to the nation on the evening of July 31, 2011 to address the deal reached to bring the debt ceiling negotiations to an end.
Remarks by the President on Wall Street reform Cooper Union in New York, April 22, 2010.
Here are Obama's remarks regarding financial regulatory reform, including his desire "to put in place rules that will allow our markets to promote innovation while discouraging abuse."