The world's largest coffee chain drops the "Starbucks" name from its logo
Apple is currently worth something like zillion dollars (read: $656 billion) and it has no signs of slowing down. The question the New York Times' Nick Bilton raises is, when are they going to reach the unreachable summit? When is Apple going to break the trillion dollar ceiling?
Although the name of the store doesn't include the word "Android"
Has searching the web for the cheapest flight just become a lot harder?
Health care reform provisions and EPA regulations are likely to top the list
How serious is the Anglo-Dutch oil company about taking over its distressed competitor?
Starting in 2011, a number of iPhone alarms just stopped going off
Expect lower prices next year as the industry seeks to correct its mistakes
The Microsoft co-founder says top tech companies are violating his patents
FCC set to approve partnership, but with conditions that could cripple the streaming video website
The letter is the reason he left Hewlett-Packard. His lawyers, unsurprisingly, say it should remain private
Are they hideous? Perhaps. But they're staging a comeback
Welcome to the latest twist in the corporate soap opera
It has good deals, but still can't grab market share from Apple
Was it anything other than a high-powered and really long lunch?
The magazine credits the Facebook founder with transforming how we live our lives--the web has thoughts on this
Yes, even this--like anything the Facebook founder does--is controversial
Internet indulges in AT&T schadenfreude; AT&T launches damage control
The group spent $75 million electing Republicans; now local members must deal with the aftermath
The arch rivals consider an alliance as their industry transforms
Joe Lieberman's office leaned on Amazon to drop Wikileaks
The country's largest Internet provider stands accused of muscling out Netflix and its partner
"It may be the nation's biggest quasi-sanctioned misuse of company resources"
Proprietors use complaints to claw their way to the top of results
Verizon's proposed speed-based plan could become industry standard
Unveils Boutiques.com, the union of fashion nerds and computer nerds
If you even remotely enjoyed the Fab Four, you already ripped their music
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