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  • Review: 'Jobs' does not compute

    Review: 'Jobs' does not compute
    "Jobs" opens with a scene of technology entrepreneur Steve Jobs introducing the iPod in 2001. As the Apple Inc. co-founder makes his way to a small stage, he passes ads for his own company that feature images of Einstein, Gandhi and Bob Dylan. For the...
  • Summer camp takes entrepreneurship training to a younger crowd

    Summer camp takes entrepreneurship training to a younger crowd
    With 20 minutes to go before making their high-stakes start-up pitches, the wannabe entrepreneurs were understandably nervous. In one corner of the room, Marc Pakravan and Robert Davis, who came up with the idea for an online shopping site for men's...
  • Oprah helps make 'The Butler' No. 1, while 'Kick-Ass 2' disappoints

    Oprah helps make 'The Butler' No. 1, while 'Kick-Ass 2' disappoints
    Never underestimate the power of Oprah. Heading into the weekend, prerelease audience surveys suggested that "The Butler" -- the first movie the media mogul has appeared in in 15 years -- would be in a tight race with "Kick-Ass 2" for No. 1. Instead,...
  • 'The Butler' kicks 'Kick-Ass 2.' Fox buys stake in Vice.

    'The Butler' kicks 'Kick-Ass 2.' Fox buys stake in Vice.
    After the coffee. Before gettng ready to watch the Redskins tonight.  The Skinny: I never get tired of watching old episodes of "The Job." If you never saw the short-lived ABC series starring Denis Leary, go find the DVDs. Monday's headlines includes...
  • Tracy and Hepburn once made a romantic computer comedy

     Tracy and Hepburn once made a romantic computer comedy
    Even before the late Steve Jobs, who is the subject of the poorly received bio-pic “Jobs,” became an oracle of the personal computer revolution some 30 years ago, computers and their like were a mainstay in film and television. Though most...
  • Cupertino City Council approves construction of Apple Campus 2

    Cupertino City Council approves construction of Apple Campus 2
    Almost 2½ years after Steve Jobs first revealed his "spaceship" campus, the Cupertino, Calif., City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to give the company permission to build a new headquarters that is destined to become one of Silicon Valley's most iconic...
  • Kanye West's Twitter review of 'Pacific Rim'

    Kanye West's Twitter review of 'Pacific Rim'
    Kanye West isn’t what you’d call an active member of the Twitterverse. Even though he’s racked up nearly 10 million Twitter followers, he’s following just one person -- any guesses? (If you answered Kim Kardashian, you win. Perhaps...
  • Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg joins San Francisco gay pride parade

    Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg joins San Francisco gay pride parade
    Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg and more than 700 of his employees walked in San Francisco's gay pride parade Sunday. Zuckerberg's participation in the parade came after he posted a Facebook status last week lauding the U.S. Supreme Court...
  • Apple reportedly seeks 'iWatch' trademark in half-dozen countries

    Apple reportedly seeks 'iWatch' trademark in half-dozen countries
    Following a report that Apple had applied for the "iWatch" trademark in Japan, more articles have come out claiming the tech giant also filed for the trademark in a half-dozen other countries. On Monday, Bloomberg reported that Apple had filed for the...
  • Facebook to clone Flipboard next, report says

    Facebook to clone Flipboard next, report says
    Facebook, which has never shied away from copying its rivals' features, is now working on a mobile service that would display news content in a visually appealing, magazine style, similar to what startup Flipboard already does. The Wall Street Journal...
  • Facebook glitch exposed data of 6 million users to other members

    Facebook glitch exposed data of 6 million users to other members
    Facebook inadvertently exposed personal contact information of 6  million users to other members of the social network, the company announced Friday afternoon. In a blog post, Facebook explained that an error with a feature that lets users upload...