Posted by Peter Feld on August 30, 2011 06:17 PM
Legacy of Apple's Steve Jobs? Persuading people to pay for content.
CNN may buy iPad app maker Zite.
Exxon wins prized contract to drill for oil in the Russian Arctic.
Facebook's "bug bounty" pays out $40,000 to hackers who found flaws.
Google turns to public in fight against scrapers.
Nearly 300 Cambodian workers pass out at H&M factory.
Analysts disagree on whether Newsweek's newsstand sales under Tina Brown are strong or weak.
Chinese Volvo owner has defective car dragged through the streets by an ox in protest.
Posted by Barry Silverstein on August 4, 2010 12:00 PM
The BlackBerry Torch is setting off a storm of media commentary — considerably more than was generated by the introduction of the BlackBerry Storm, RIM's first attempt at a touchscreen phone.
The BlackBerry Torch, available next week exclusively through AT&T (which also offers the iPhone), is still very much a down-to-business BlackBerry — but with features like a touchscreen and more apps that make it more competitive with the iPhone and Droid smartphones.
Tech writers today offered mixed reviews, while new sales figures show that BlackBerry owner Research in Motion can't afford to make a false move.Continue reading...