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Features by Queena Kim

A look back at Steve Ballmer

With Microsoft naming its new CEO, we examine the highs and lows of Ballmer's tenure leading the software giant.
Posted In: Microsoft, Steve Ballmer

Facebook is dead. Long live Facebook.

The company looks a lot better to investors than it did a year ago
Posted In: Facebook, mobile ads

Why no women in the story on Silicon Valley fashion?

A reporter's notebook on the challenges of covering the male-dominated tech sector.

Silicon Valley has a dress code? You better believe it

Or put another way, there’s a lot of code in Silicon Valley dress.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, zuckerberg

Google buys Nest plus a silly mix-up: This week's Silicon Tally

This week's Silicon Tally has some interesting Google & Nest news. How closely have you been following the tech happenings this week?
Posted In: silicon tally

What tech companies want from Obama's NSA proposal

How tech companies want President Obama to restrict the NSA’s data collection and spying.
Posted In: Barack Obama, nsa, Silicon Valley, technology

Verizon says net neutrality ruling won't change anything

A federal court said today the FCC can't force broadband companies to treat all content equally.
Posted In: fcc, Verizon, net neutrality

Why offices are ditching their PCs for iPads

Analysts suspect that PCs are being replaced by tablets, as trust in the cloud grows.
Posted In: iPad, tablets, PCs

What bottles of milk tell you about the farm bill

As the negotiations in Congress continue on the massive farm bill, what impact does the government’s price controls of milk really have?
Posted In: farm bill, milk

Will I get stuck in the Kitchen Aid ecosystem?

At the big tech CES conference in Las Vegas, many new devices will come out that will help construct the internet of things.
Posted In: internet of things

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