Today's Five Best Columns
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Aug 14, 2012 9:40AM ET
Little Printer, the physical paper product the tech world has decided to care about, is available for preorder today, so anyone else who wants a device that prints the Internet on a receipt-size piece of paper can get one, too -- for $259.
Aug 13, 2012 2:42PM ET
Today The Huffington Post launched its web television operation, HuffPost Live, an online news video hub that asks a lot of the watcher compared to the average TV network.
Aug 13, 2012 11:58AM ET
Working at Groupon doesn't offer the fun or money it once promised, so it's no surprise that its sales people are looking for new jobs, as The Wall Street Journal's Shira Ovide reports.
Aug 13, 2012 9:48AM ET
After buying Motorola for its patents one year ago, Google has announced that it will cut 4,000 jobs and close one third of its 94 offices, hoping to turn the company around.
Aug 6, 2012 12:45PM ET
The genius of the new Mitt Romney VP app is a lot like the genius of an addictive, yet simple, Zynga game, but instead of tapping for corn on your FarmVille, you tap to get a politician's name.
Aug 3, 2012 3:58PM ET
All the success of the Silicon Valley start-up scene hasn't done much for the rest of the area's economy, which has a higher than unemployment rate than the national average.
Aug 3, 2012 2:03PM ET
This sexist hiring video floating around the Internet helps explain why gamer culture has itself a sexual harassment problem.
Aug 3, 2012 12:10PM ET
Recent cord cutting numbers of about 400,000 last quarter might not prove a threatening trend, but that's not the number that matters.
Aug 3, 2012 10:05AM ET
Yesterday Facebook's stock fell below $20.00 before ending the day at $20.04, an all-time low for the ever-shrinking stock.
Aug 2, 2012 5:42PM ET
You can stop worrying now, because we know you were so concerned that you stopped doing work all day and stared a gymnastics GIFs to make yourself feel better, but you can stop that now: New York Times's gadget reviewer David Pogue's iPhone has been found.
Aug 2, 2012 3:29PM ET
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he would "double down on secrecy on products" earlier this year, but the current pre-iPhone rumor cycle has been at least as leaky as usual, arguably leakier.
Aug 2, 2012 1:24PM ET
In a negotiation gone sour between Facebook and developer Dalton Caldwell, the tensions between the socia media giant's business and technological sides played out, and this time Mark Zuckerberg's "hacker way" lost.
Aug 1, 2012 6:52PM ET
Following the spate of "Internet is ruining our lives" articles that blame technology for all of our social, mental, and emotional woes, a new narrative has emerged that takes the burden off of our gadgets and puts it on ourselves.
Aug 1, 2012 2:15PM ET
Time Warner will never offer HBO Go as a standalone streaming service because it's not what the people want, says CEO Jeff Bewkes, asking us to look at the data, which he claims proves there aren't that many cord-cutters.
Aug 1, 2012 11:01AM ET
Now that Google has decided to delay the release of its media streaming device, the Nexus Q, to make it "better," we have some advice from unhappy reviewers for how Google could achieve that goal.
Aug 1, 2012 8:46AM ET
Google has admitted to having Street View data it said it had deleted in France, following its admission last Friday of having kept information from the United Kingdom, too.
Jul 31, 2012 5:24PM ET
It's been about one week since Apple put out its new Mountain Lion operating system, which is just enough time for people to start noticing the kinks.
Jul 31, 2012 2:47PM ET
Microsoft just revamped its Hotmail email client, which is now called Outlook.com, and while a lot of people abandoned the free mail service, it's especially worth considering in light of Gmail's not-so-well-received redesign from late last year.
Jul 31, 2012 12:47PM ET
Facebook has a new feature that sounds a lot like what Instapaper does, but so far, it isn't nearly as useful.
Jul 31, 2012 11:04AM ET
Following Twitter's announcement of a new feature called Cashtags, which allow users to follow stocks, Howard Lindzon, CEO of StockTwits called the move a "hijacking" of his similar service.
Jul 31, 2012 8:56AM ET
Fantasizing about how Apple could spend its $117 billion cash mound leads to one astounding conclusion: The company has more money than it could ever spend—even if it went on an extravagant tech company shopping spree.
Jul 30, 2012 5:44PM ET
As expected, Yahoo acting CEO Ross Levinsohn has left the company after the former Googler Marissa Mayer took the job he was supposed to inherit, reports AllThingsD's Kara Swisher.
Jul 30, 2012 3:48PM ET
Apple's obsession with design perfection is actually what still makes its power cords so poorly designed.
Jul 30, 2012 1:51PM ET
The way in which we got today's information and "information" regarding Microsoft and Apple's respective tablet projects teaches us something about each of these company's attempts to be secretive.
Jul 30, 2012 10:33AM ET
The price and ease with which Apple owners can upgrade to the new operating system might help explain why Mountain Lion saw what Apple says were a 3 million record downloads in four days.
Jul 30, 2012 10:01AM ET
During her first couple of weeks as CEO of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer's first visible move comes in the form of employee perks, a tactic she learned from her Google days that worked for the company for awhile, but has since waned in importance.
Jul 27, 2012 6:13PM ET
Google has apologized for keeping user data it said it destroyed, but that hasn't placated its critics.
Jul 27, 2012 4:15PM ET
Following smart watch Pebble's most successful ever $10 million-plus dollar stint on crowd-source funding site Kickstarter, others thought they would imitate the success by putting their own similar inventions on the site.
Jul 27, 2012 12:22PM ET
Apple just spent a bitty $356 million of its $117 billion in cash reserves to buy mobile security company AuthenTec, leading us to fantasize about the possible things Apple might do with its new purchase.
Jul 27, 2012 11:42AM ET
Perpetual underdog AOL has had a better year than tech behemoth Apple, if we're looking at one particular metric: The percent by which their stocks have changed since January 2012, as Business Insider's Jay Yarow shows in this Google Finance chart he put together.