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Kevin Rose Termed ‘A Parasite’ By Anti-Tech Protestors

Kevin Rose Termed ‘A Parasite’ By Anti-Tech Protestors

It would appear that the random self-proclaimed anarchists are out there again, this time going after the Silicon Valley. A group of such protesters recently distributed leaflets, deeming Kevin Rose ‘a parasite.’

By On April 7, 2014 Respond
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Many Top Tech Companies Are Not Based In Silicon Valley

Many Top Tech Companies Are Not Based In Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley has come to be synonymous with the headquarters of the best companies in the tech world. But Fortune’s list of top 100 companies shows that many top tech companies are based elsewhere.

By On March 28, 2014 Respond
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Randi Zuckerberg Aims To Take The Hollywood Crown To Silicon Valley

Randi Zuckerberg Aims To Take The Hollywood Crown To Silicon Valley

Randi Zuckerberg believes that the future of content production is not in Hollywood but in Silicon Valley. Her ‘Zuckerberg Media’ studios aims to lead the charge on this transition by becoming one of the first production houses in the region. And Zuckerberg has big plans with the new startup.

By On January 24, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Plans To Build 1.1 Million Square Foot R&D Facility In Silicon Valley

Samsung Plans To Build 1.1 Million Square Foot R&D Facility In Silicon Valley

Samsung is certainly looking out to expand its physical and IP footprint in the Silicon Valley by a significant margin. The company has announced plans to build an 1.1 million square foot R & D center in the area, which would be accompanied with a covered parking space.

By On December 30, 2012 Respond
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Winklevoss Twins Gear Up For A Venture Capital Firm Of Their Own

Winklevoss Twins Gear Up For A Venture Capital Firm Of Their Own

If you have seen the movie Social Network, you sure must know about the Winklevoss twins. The duo are the ones who claimed that they were the ones who originally came up with the idea of Facebook. Eventually, though, they ended up by getting a hefty sum from Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, and settling things at that.

By On April 29, 2012 Respond
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Data Startup Forum In Silicon Valley Hosted By SAP

Data Startup Forum In Silicon Valley Hosted By SAP

New business ideas emerging in the Silicon Valley is not unusual but a forum celebrating many different business ideas is indeed refreshing. Recently, SAP brought together a data startup forum in Silicon Valley in which more than 26 startup companies took part. During the event, a total of 13 business cases were brought to limelight, apart from many software solutions.

By On March 26, 2012 Respond
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A Video Interview With The Author of ‘Inside Apple’

A Video Interview With The Author of ‘Inside Apple’

Apple’s close culture has raised many a brows and many analysts have written about it extensively. However, there have been no books that provide a detailed insight into Apple’s culture, the way it works and the way employees are at Apple. Adam Lashinsky, a well-known Silicon-Valley journalist, has now written a book, ‘Inside Apple’ which basically tells what is the culture at Apple and how Apple has gone on to be the most successful company in the whole world.

By On January 31, 2012 Respond
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Jerry Yang Leaves Yahoo!

Jerry Yang Leaves Yahoo!

One intriguing page in the history of Silicon Valley has been written recently after Jerry Yang, former Yahoo CEO and director, suddenly decided to leave the company he helped founding. The move has been anticipated by many industry observers who noticed the intensive turmoil at the top of Yahoo management.

By On January 19, 2012 Respond
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Apple Stores Will Be Closed For Watch Steve Jobs’ Memorial

Apple Stores Will Be Closed For Watch Steve Jobs’ Memorial

Apple Stores will reportedly close for one hour on October 19th so that employees can watch the Steve Jobs celebration taking place at Apple Headquarters and Apple has also invited Silicon Valley’s biggest names to a memorial for Steve Jobs on Sunday. Many Stanford students and visitors were completely unaware of the event taking place and according to the Wall Street Journal, small white lights lit up the pathway to the church and guests were served hors d’oeuvres………………..

By On October 17, 2011 Respond
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AT&T Foundry Innovation Center Is Opened

AT&T Foundry Innovation Center Is Opened

AT&T set up shop in Silicon Valley on Wednesday with its Foundry Development Center in Palo Alto, a facility where software and hardware developers can get help bringing their inventions to the real world, the site is AT&T’s third Foundry Innovation Center, following ones opened earlier this year in Plano, Texas, and in Israel. The AT&T Foundry centers represent an $80 million investment from AT&T and it is part of the company’s innovation strategy, which will see the 135-year-old communications giant work with third party developers, venture capitalists and technology solution providers…………….

By On September 15, 2011 Respond
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Vodafone Xone R&D Center

Vodafone Xone R&D Center

Vodafone Xone R&D center opens its doors in Silicon Valley, wants to help startups grow and the Xone is focused on identifying startups with potential and putting their ideas on the fast track to proof-of-concept trials. This R&D center is also aligned with Verizon’s facility in Massachusetts and budding entrepreneurs have access to stateside LTE infrastructure…………….

By On September 11, 2011 Respond
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A Fresh New Look Of New Google Campus @ Silicon Valley

A Fresh New Look Of New Google Campus @ Silicon Valley

Google signs lease for Sunnyvale offices with space for 2,900 workers and the Sunnyvale campus would mark Google’s largest presence in Silicon Valley outside of Mountain View. Google this year alone has committed to adding at least 1.9 million square feet in Mountain View and Sunnyvale, the equivalent of a major regional shopping mall and is intends to make 2011 its biggest hiring year ever, planning to add 6,000 employees worldwide. Google’s new Sunnyvale lease was previously reported by the Bay Area News Group and Google intends to build a new campus adjacent to its existing headquarters……………

By On August 13, 2011 Respond
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DirecTV Interested In Buying Hulu

DirecTV Interested In Buying Hulu

DirecTV confirmed Thursday that the satellite TV company was among many potential bidders for online video service Hulu and buying the company from its parents — The Walt Disney Co., News Corp., Comcast Corp. and Providence Equity Partners, could bolster DirecTV’s efforts to allow its customers to watch their video packages on mobile devices. DirecTV wasn’t committed to a deal and said a deciding factor would be the kinds of programming agreements that come with any deal and there is other interested bidders have included Google Inc., Yahoo Inc. and Apple Inc……………

By On August 7, 2011 Respond
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Google Planning For Game Stream In Google + To Take On Facebook Games And Apple’s Game Center

Google Planning For Game Stream In Google + To Take On Facebook Games And Apple’s Game Center

Google+ will soon challenge Facebook further with a new Games section, evidence of which has appeared on a Google help page and putting the new social network in even more direct competition with Facebook, the current leader in online gaming platforms. The launch of a Google social gaming network would introduce competition to a market that Facebook currently monopolises and Google+ help articles said if you’re looking for updates shared from games, check out your Games stream……………

By On July 24, 2011 Respond
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Google Buying Online Video Site Hulu

Google Buying Online Video Site Hulu

Google is in preliminary talks to buy online video pioneer Hulu and Hulu has begun meeting with potential buyers including Google, Microsoft and Yahoo to drum up interest in a sale. Hulu would be an attractive target for any large company seeking to build an online content business and reached tentative agreements to renew rights to television shows from Disney, owner of the ABC broadcast network and Fox parent News Corp……………..

By On July 2, 2011 Respond
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