Features by Queena Kim
Posted In: apple, Google
Apple's decision to stop including the YouTube app as a standard part of iOS could be an economic blessing for Google.
Posted In: IPO, Manchester United, Outback
With six companies going public this week, the hangover from Facebook's IPO appears to be easing.
Posted In: NBC, television, Olympics 2012
Looks like NBC will sell enough ads to break even on the London summer games, which cost $1.3 billion. Its Olympic-sized audience is also a great place to tout NBC programming.
Posted In: summer, technology, children
Throw another app on the campfire. Kids are crowding into computer camps hoping to be the next Steve Jobs.
Posted In: apple, samsung
The trial hinges on whether Samsung violated Apple's patents. But technology may be the least of it.
Posted In: apple, samsung, legal
Samsung is being sued by Apple for more than $2 billion in damages, as well as an injunction to stop the sale of Samsung's smartphones and tablets.
Posted In: Facebook, IPO, Earnings
Facebook has had a rocky road since it started selling shares and there are still big questions about Facebook's future. For instance: how, exactly, it plans to make money.
Posted In: Amazon.com, Amazon, tax breaks
Republican governors and giant e-commerce retailer Amazon now back Congressional legislation to tax online transactions.
Posted In: Digg, startup, Silicon Valley
The last remnants of the once popular social media site were sold yesterday -- for just $500,000.
Posted In: Yahoo
It's widely expected that interim CEO Ross Levinsohn will get the permanent title at today's shareholders meeting at Yahoo. But will anything change for the struggling company?