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  • Review: 'Tiger & Bunny the Movie: The Rising' could begin anime wave

    Review: 'Tiger & Bunny the Movie: The Rising' could begin anime wave
    "Tiger & Bunny the Movie: The Rising" puts such a radical spin on superhero comics that it almost reads as satire. The film boasts a Justice League of its own, but one reminiscent of a professional sports league complete with stars, duds, corporate...
  • World Wide Web proposal was submitted 25 years ago today

    World Wide Web proposal was submitted 25 years ago today
    The world is celebrating the 25th birthday of the Web on Wednesday, and that's because 25 years ago a proposal was written describing the basis for what would become the system of linked pages on which users read this article. In March 1989, British...
  • Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer to retire after 18 years

    Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer to retire after 18 years
    Apple's chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer will retire at the end of September after 18 years at the company. "His guidance, leadership and expertise have been instrumental to Apple’s success, not only as our CFO but also in many areas...
  • Trying to spur sales, Apple will reportedly launch 8GB iPhone 5c

    Trying to spur sales, Apple will reportedly launch 8GB iPhone 5c
    Perhaps spurred by weak sales, Apple is reportedly getting ready to begin selling 8-gigabyte versions of the iPhone 5c that will retail for less than the 16 GB model. The 8 GB iPhone 5c will reportedly begin selling in Germany on Tuesday, according to...
  • Uber poaching tactic backfires, gives attention to New York rival

    Uber poaching tactic backfires, gives attention to New York rival
    A recent effort by Uber to poach drivers from a rival ride-sharing service in New York has backfired, giving media attention to the lesser known service and making Uber come off as a bully. Gett, an Israeli start-up that launched in New York last...
  • Who are the 1 percent? Two new views

    Who are the 1 percent? Two new views
    Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert M. Solow has leveled a blast at a recent attempt by Harvard economist N. Gregory Mankiw to explain rising income inequality and the primacy of the 1% in the U.S. as the result of "just deserts" going to the talented...
  • Vine turns 1, celebrates with collection of top six-second videos

    Vine turns 1, celebrates with collection of top six-second videos
    A year ago, Twitter released Vine, an oddly green app that let users film six-second videos. Right off the bat, many questioned whether six seconds was enough time to film anything of significance, but a community of creative users immediately flocked...
  • A roundup of festivities on the 30th anniversary of the Apple Mac

    A roundup of festivities on the 30th anniversary of the Apple Mac
    As you may have heard by now, the Apple Mac computer turned 30 years old Friday, and Apple has been busy celebrating the occasion. The Mac was a revolutionary computer, and as such, many besides the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant have also been doing...
  • Google offering hackers nearly $3 million to exploit Chrome OS

    Google offering hackers nearly $3 million to exploit Chrome OS
    Not one to take security lightly, Google has announced it will pay hackers a combined total of nearly $3 million to find exploits in its Chrome OS computer software. The Mountain View, Calif.-based tech giant said it will hold a contest called "Pwnium"...
  • Apple streaming the Beatles' historic 'Ed Sullivan' performance

    Apple streaming the Beatles' historic 'Ed Sullivan' performance
    Apple is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' U.S. debut by streaming the band's historic performance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." The Cupertino, Calif., tech company launched a channel for Apple TV called "The Beatles" where users can go to...
  • #WhenGmailWasDown: Twitter users quickly start cracking Google jokes

    #WhenGmailWasDown: Twitter users quickly start cracking Google jokes
    It may have lasted only a few minutes, but Twitter users rapidly fired off Google-themed jokes Friday morning after Gmail stopped working for many around the globe. Here are the highlights. Hey, I need to fax you something. What’s your number?...