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Once a company develops a great product that enjoys a monopoly, the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs said, it begins to concentrate less on innovation than protecting its turf. “The Mac user interface was a 10-year monopoly,” Jobs told Steven Levy in Newsweek in 2004. “Who ended up running the company? Sales guys. At the critical juncture in the...

According to the report the device is expected to release on 4th september. With the help of the device you will be able to surf the internet, access e-mails and make phone calls. It is expected that the Galaxy Gear will be announced alongside the forthcoming Galaxy Note 3 at an event in Berlin. So, far it seems that the Gear will act as a companion device rather than...

SEOUL (Reuters) – Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Wednesday launched a variant of the popular Galaxy Note smartphone with a curved display, moving a step closer to introducing wearable devices with flexible screens. The Galaxy Round’s 5.7-inch (14.4-centimetre) display has a slight horizontal curve and weighs less than the Galaxy Note 3, allowing a more comfortable...

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Among Twitter Inc’s highest-paid executives, Christopher Fry’s name stands out. The senior vice president of engineering raked in $10.3 million last year, just behind Twitter Chief Executive Dick Costolo’s $11.5 million, according to Twitter’s IPO documents. That is more than the paychecks of executives such as Chief...

On the eve of its fervently-hyped IPO, the micro-messaging service has a radical plan for nabbing the ad dollars it needs to thrive: helping TV networks survive the digital media revolution. This is the cover story of the October 28, 2013 issue of Forbes. It’s Emmys night at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, and as showtime approaches, a mosh pit of blue-chip television...

Angry that Google is planning on using your face and name for the sake of advertisements? Here’s how to make them not. If there’s any upside, it’s that opting out is, quite seriously, two clicks away. Two clicks that I only discovered because I went out of my way to look and because I checked the depths of Google+ (lol). But hey — it’s two clicks from somewhere. Here’s...

I always feel a deep sigh building inside when I realize I’m going to have to contact a customer service rep. Will they reply straight away? Will they appreciate my problem? Will they offer some formulaic response? Will they be a machine? Or will they pretend they’re Captain Mike of the Good Ship Netflix? The issue — at least for me — arose this...

Facebook is looking to get user feedback on its Android mobile app in a much earlier phase than ever before. In a blog post, mobile release engineering lead Christian Legnitto introduced its Facebook for Android alpha testing program. This summer, the social networking company unveiled its Facebook for Android beta program, which was designed to help it better understand...

Netflix customers are making perhaps the most damning comparison a day after the rental service announced it was raising its prices: They’re saying Netflix is just like the cable guys. Seething blog posts and comments are piling up across the Web in reaction to a price hike that means customers who want access to DVDs as well as streaming video must now pay $15.98,...

For the past week, I’ve been running a small experiment. I’ve been mirroring most of my Twitter and Facebook posts to Google+ to see how the different communities respond. The result: Google+ makes me happier. The disclaimers: This is just me, your mileage may vary. Google+ is a still a new and closed system. These results may look very different in a month....