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Why Apple believes keeping billions in cash overseas is fair, and why Congress largely disagrees venturebeat.com
"I am not an unfair person," Apple CEO Tim Cook told lawmakers yesterday. "Apple is not an unfair company."
Change.org CEO shows how online petitions change the face of health care (Q&A) | VentureBeat venturebeat.com
Online petitions are playing a more crucial role in the healthcare industry every day. Change.org is right in the middle of it.
If you can't be cool, why not buy someone who is? That's what Yahoo is looking to do with a potential investment in hot blogging service Tumblr, according to Adweek and All Things D.
The dark, silly, and bizarre influences behind PS3′s Puppeteer (exclusive) | GamesBeat venturebeat.com
This "dark fairy tale" has some roots in the likes of Tim Burton, Monty Python, and more. Find out how its creator came to make such a twisted game.
As if today's other announcements weren't enough, Google is also bringing Google Wallet support to Gmail, making it incredibly easy to send friends and family payments by just sending an email.
Reddit’s new multireddit feature brings a massive change to its front page | VentureBeat venturebeat.com
It's been years since community news sharing site Reddit has made a major change to how things appear on its coveted front page of popular content, but today the company announced a new feature called multireddits that could do just that.
Google Glass hands-on: This isn’t and never will be a good device for consumers | VentureBeat venturebeat.com
This post was supposed to be my big hands-on review. Instead, all I have to offer is this: Unless your employer tells you otherwise, don't even think about getting Google Glass.
The startup was working on simple ways of scaling code beyond single machines. Using the Ubalo infrastructure, developers could write code for multiple machines with no additional overhead.
Twitter ‘Hate Map’ shows where racist, homophobic, and offensive tweets originate | VentureBeat venturebeat.com
Students at Humboldt State University in California individually reviewed 150,000 geocoded tweets containing racist, homophobic, or otherwise offensive terms to build a "hate map" indicating where people in the U.S. are most bigoted.
JOOR is using software to make the journey from runway to retail stores as smooth as walking down a catwalk. The company is on track to do more than $350 million in transactions in 2013, which is more than three times the amount from 2012.
New Zealand based Vend raises $6.5 million for its software that integrates with existing point-of-sale systems to bring them into the cloud.
Who needs a second screen when you can use one screen to watch, share, and see what others are saying about life television entertainment? Today SimulTV launched a new online TV-viewing app that integrates social, eliminating the need for two screens.
Google has asked Microsoft to remove its homebrew YouTube app from the Windows Store immediately, and requested that it delete the app from Windows Phone users who have already downloaded it.
We live in a world where young, ambitious women will now contend with a new, and sadly pressured life question – are you “leaning in”?
Getting American employees online is key for health care — and reducing health costs | VentureBeat venturebeat.com
A lack of online access to help employees enroll for benefits, change their healthcare plan, or modify their 401K, means that employees are far less likely to use or even be aware of the benefits they have.
Gamers hate the online pass -- and EA says it hears you as it does away with the feature going forward.
Elon Musk, the CEO of electric-car startup Tesla Motors and rocket-launcher SpaceX, should be applauded for the mighty challenges he's taken on and the powers of persuasion he has deployed to build his companies.
What does a title as unique as Bioshock Infinite have to do with the Twilight series? Find this out and more!