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Netflix will offer its streaming video service in the Netherlands later this year, as it increases its reach in Europe. The company, which began expanding outside of the U.S. in 2010, had previously said it would "launch an additional European market" this year.
Mo money, mo problems?
How do you transfer video from an iPad to a computer? Walt answers readers' questions.
Walt puts to the test the battery-life claims of the Apple's new MacBook Air and Sony's Vaio Pro.
Cores for sale.
A little off the cuff brainstorming spikes Nokia's share price more than 10 percent.
The company says it hasn't been able to accurately defend itself from PRISM news reports.
Spy Vs. Spy, video-style!
We're ready for our close-up, Mr. Systrom.
A question without a good answer: Why doesn't Apple open up Apple TV to outside developers?
It's big. Really big.
Not ready to walk away from the fight.
Rumors about a move to Dell are untrue. So what then?
No pricing or release date yet, though.
Two-year-old startup is aiming to be an eBay for investment ideas.
The social gift-giving options continue to multiply, with a new birthday-themed product from the online commerce giant.
FiftyThree, the New York-based company behind the popular iPad sketching app Paper, has raised $15 million in a Series A funding round led by Chris Dixon of Andreessen Horowitz. Other investors include Shana Fisher of High Line Venture Partners, Josh Kushner's Thrive Capital, Ron Conway and Jack Dorsey. Show More Summary
Hedge-fund investor Daniel Loeb's firm has boosted its stake in Sony Corp., ratcheting up a campaign to persuade the Japanese electronics company to launch an initial public offering of its entertainment division.
Turns out that Microsoft’s Windows in the Classroom Surface Experience Project, a 10,000 Surface RT giveaway targeted at educators, was just the beginning of the company’s efforts to push its new tablet into the education market.
Parakweet, an artificial intelligence startup focused on extracting meaning from social media conversations, announced a $2 million seed round on Tuesday. Participants include Scott Banister, Yammer and Eventbrite co-founder Alan Braverman, David Jeske, and others.