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An in-depth Q&A with the founder of the soon-to-be public Box.
Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Apple are effectively driving the cost of online storage to zero. Where does that leave the collective $15 billion of startups that cropped up charging for it?
These reworked logos, by designer Graham Smith, are strangely delightful.
TV Everywhere? More like Advertising Everywhere. “It’s almost like the networks are trying to drive you to platforms like Netflix or Amazon Prime,” said BTIG analyst Rich Greenfield, who posted the video as part of a research report on TV Everywhere.
Want to know why Aereo is dead? Follow the money.
You could be saving so much more.
Judging from these related items, this is one hell of a book.
I can’t get no satisfAUCTION.
The Fire Phone is basically a giant tether to Amazon’s services, including its giant store. But Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos still expects you to pay $199 for it.
Watch retail sales in real time.
Jeff Bezos’ phone might fail, but it won’t be a fiasco.
Chad Dickerson spoke at length with BuzzFeed about Etsy allowing vendors to use outside production, why New York’s tech industry is alive and well, and why he loves HBO’s Silicon Valley.
Quotes from The Hunger Games dominate the Top 50. Here is the best of the rest.
Prime Music launches with six-month-old songs — and without Universal Music Group.
The reviews were hilarious.
Don’t worry, only 17 are from The Hunger Games. H/T Vox.
I mean, it’s probably a phone. But STILL.
The internet giant has reached deals with major labels for a service to launch this June or July.
And almost three quarters of young people would bank with a non-bank company if they could.
Lumoid, which just raised $1.1 million in new funding, is bringing a bit of data science into the world of renting and selling photography equipment.
The telecommunications giant’s $67.1 billion for DirecTV indirectly makes the case for Comcast that it needs to merge with Time Warner Cable because competition is increasing.
Do you know what it takes to be a man?
It’s basically your new Ikea, except you don’t have to get off your butt.
It seems this banana slicer is the best thing on the planet. No longer do you have to use “an old slinky” to slice your bananas.
Chegg is trying to reinvent itself into a full suite of student offerings as skepticism grows over the future of textbook rentals. So far, investors aren’t buying it.
Tablet manufacturers shipped 50.4 million tablets, up a tiny 4% from the same quarter a year ago, according to IDC.