The product has few drawbacks, but Apple still has little to fear.
The Nexus 7 is here. Should Apple be afraid?
This is a 7-inch tablet made by Asus that is running the pure Google (GOOG) "Nexus" version of Android, and it will be shipping within the next couple of weeks. You can buy it directly from Google for a bargain $199 by going to play.google.com and order it already.
Severe weather left Amazon's cloud storage centers in northern Virginia without power, crippling large segments of the web that rely on its digital architecture.
Plenty of people found themselves bored this weekend when a powerful Atlantic storm disrupted Amazon's (AMZN) cloud storage centers Friday night, taking down Facebook's (FB) Instagram, Pinterest, and Netflix (NFLX), among others.
The outages, which sent Amazon into damage control mode for the better part of the weekend, underscores how dependent a large chunk of the web is on the search giant to provide affordable cloud storage.
Here, a brief guide to the Amazon architecture that secretly fortifies the web.
The company swapped the email addresses on user profiles, and now users are reporting a number of problems.
Facebook went a step further recently, swapping the email address on user profiles with their @facebook.com addresses. And that move seems to be blowing up in the company's face.
Users say that contact email addresses on their phones have changed, or duplicate contacts have popped up. Others say their email messages are disappearing. Facebook, for its part, acknowledges user confusion.
Adding these picks just might turn your fortunes around.
Warren Buffett once said: "Should you find yourself in a chronically leaking boat, energy devoted to changing vessels is likely to be more productive than energy devoted to patching leaks."
I think what Buffett understands is that sometimes even the captain of the ship has to worry about his own survival. At some point it is better for investors to just cut his or her losses and move on to more prosperous companies.
The media app is often described as slow, unresponsive, and cumbersome, but big changes could be on the horizon before year's end.
In Apple's (AAPL) expansive catalog of products, one of the most glaring sore spots is its signature music application, iTunes. "Why does iTunes suck?" is a top search query on Google (GOOG), and users often complain about the application's maddening unresponsiveness, overcomplicated settings, propensity to freeze on a dime, and seemingly endless slew of time-consuming updates.
According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple is finally preparing to overhaul the media application by the end of the year. What's supposedly in store?
Here, four rumored changes.
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