Features by Queena Kim

'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

The trouble with mobile

More people than ever can go online from their phones and tablets, but advertising hasn't caught up.
Posted In: Facebook, Google, online advertising

Choosing a bra: Personal fitter vs. online algorithm

Women spend a lot of money on bras, but is it better to find the best bra through a personal shopper or a website's algorithm?
Posted In: bras, Retail, algorithm

Yelp starts branding companies for buying fake reviews

The popular review site will now post online alerts outing businesses suspected of soliciting paid recommendations.
Posted In: Yelp

BlackBerry hangs on by a keyboard

Google's Android and Apple's iPhone are vying for number one and two in the smart phone market. BlackBerry comes in third with 11% of the market and 90 million users around the world, but just who are these users?
Posted In: Blackberry, smartphones

Walmart takes on Amazon with same-day delivery

Walmart stores in a handful of cities will double as distribution centers as the online giant moves into super quick delivery.
Posted In: Walmart, same day delivery, Amazon

When recommendations pay off online

A growing group of websites lets you cash in on your opinion.
Posted In: Pinterest, social networking, FTC


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