Apple cofounder "Woz" weighs in on FBI controversy

‘I think Steve would have gone for the privacy’ originally posted at businessinsider.com by Kif Leswing Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak is firmly in support of CEO Tim Cook’s public stance to not help the FBI crack a terrorist’s iPhone. In fact, he believes that Apple cofounder Steve Jobs would’ve taken the same stance. “I think Steve…

Google $22 billion in profit

Android earned Google $22 billion in profit, says Oracle Oracle’s lawyer revealed some very important Google Android numbers in court. Originally posted at engadget.com / by Mariella Moon Google – Who’d have thought that we’d learn just how profitable Android is from Oracle’s lawyer during a court proceeding against Google? According toBloomberg, Oracle Atty. Annette Hurst…

This Barclays exec disliked the way banks treat the poor so he quit

This Barclays exec disliked the way banks treat the poor so he quit to join a startup that ‘champions the underdog’ Anthony Watson has held board level positions at Barclays, Citi, and Wells Fargo, and served as chief information officer for Nike. Anthony Watson, Bitreserve/Uphold CEO In short, he is used to dealing with multi-billion…

Google’s Expansion into Medical Technology

by JOSHUA CHEN on Nov 4, 2014 •1:35 pm originally posted by medgadget.com When we think of Google, we think of the company that powers the widely used search engine, and we think of computer programming, engineering, and electrical design. However, recently Google has expanded and moved towards research in medical technology. Just a few months ago, the…

Google ChromeBook pixel

With Chrome OS foundering, the company needed to take a bold step to kick-start its cloud vision. Chrome OS needed a push. Is the Chromebook Pixel it? (Credit: Josh Miller/CNET) It’s been a week now since Google unveiled the Chromebook Pixel, and the reactions have settled into a rough consensus: nice laptop, but not for…