Features by Queena Kim

TVs and tablets: When one screen isn't enough

Marketers are turning to second screens like smartphones and tablets to peddle goods to TV viewers.
Posted In: television, tablets, Fox

Behaving badly at Apple and Microsoft

Since when did being “difficult” become a handicap in tech?
Posted In: Tech, apple, Microsoft

Amazon pops cork on wine store

Yes, the Internet retail giant is getting into the wine-selling business. Its new online store will offer about 1,000 different kinds.
Posted In:, wine

Is Apple losing its creative shine?

Despite booming sales of popular products like the iPhone 5, Apple stock is falling. And some question the company's future as an innovator.
Posted In: apple, iPad Mini, iPhone5, Tech

TV's new after school special: YouTube

More than 120 million Americans watch videos on YouTube every month, and yet the streaming video site is struggling to monetize that audience. YouTube videos are short -- and, often, one-hit wonders.
Posted In: YouTube

How airlines weather the cost of catastrophe

Passengers can buy flight insurance to cover canceled trips. But when planes can't fly, airlines have no such protection.
Posted In: weather, storm, airline industry, Airlines

'Eminem case' settles digital dispute

The end of a long-running battle between the rapper's producers and Universal Music could mean a payoff for lots of artists.
Posted In: Music, royalties, Eminem, music industry, record label

Carbon nanotubes could mean smaller microchips

IBM scientists are working on an alternative to silicon that mean lighter, faster, cheaper chips.
Posted In: nanotechnology

Will business give Microsoft the business?

The software giant is betting big on Windows 8, but many businesses could hold back.
Posted In: windows 8

Apple unveils the iPad mini

Faster, lighter and with a bigger screen that the competition, but can it compete?
Posted In: apple, iPad, iPad Mini


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