Tinder users, beware: A man in New York City has been indicted for supposedly scamming two women out of $26,000 after he met them on Tinder. 35-year-old Brandon Kiehm allegedly lied to the women on the dating app that he needed the money for his sister’s cancer treatments, according to a statement by District Attorney Cyrus R. Show More Summary
Appellate judge is shocked as Prenda's own lawyer can't unwind the "shell game."
What happens when Steam expands from gaming rigs to compete with the consoles.
Tech companies join retailers, restaurants, and grocers to get Congress' attention.
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Kim Dotcom, the colorful head of the file-sharing website Megaupload, will now have some of his assets returned to him following a seizure of his personal and corporate assets in February. According to a report on the New Zealand-based...Show More Summary
During the weekend, even Ars takes an occasional break from discussing the potential of Gigabit connectivity or what browsers the feds are employing. Weekend Ar(t)s is a chance for various Ars staffers to share what they're watching/listening/reading or otherwise consuming this week. Show More Summary
The Apple Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. AAPL Losing Ground Markets worked their way up to the flat line, but have not been able to extend the move into higher ground. Shares of AAPL are working their way up as well, however still in the red after this week's gains. Show More Summary
Apple analyst Gene Munster was on Bloomberg Radio with Tom Keene and Ken Pruitt yesterday. He added more details about what he expects from Apple's forthcoming TV, which he (and we) expect will be announced in the fall. Apple's TV "is...Show More Summary
After an extended break, the SAIcast is back. Nicholas and I breakdown the big moves from Yahoo's new CEO Scott Thompson, the Facebook IPO, and we briefly touch on what we think of Amazon. We also explain where the SAIcast has been. We hope you enjoy it! If you have an comments email firstname.lastname@example.org. Show More Summary
It's a big week for the personalized news reader market. First, Flipboard released an iPhone app. Then Google released its reader, Currents. And now, bringing up the rear is Zite with its own iPhone app. Zite was previously iPad-only. Show More Summary
Just like you, Zite gets smarter over time. The iPad app that personalizes content on your tablet into magazine form, knows what you like and what you don't, and today it becomes available on the iPhone. Zite CEO Mark Johnson came to...Show More Summary
Eric Jackson, Founder and Managing Member of Ironfire Capital, joined Nicholas and Jay at Business Insider's studio, to dissect the numerous perspective deals surrounding Yahoo. Once the darling of Silicon Valley and a symbol of America's...Show More Summary
Dan Primack of Fortune Magazine and the daily "Term Sheet" note, stopped by Business Insider to sit down with Nicholas and Jay to talk all things tech. How will the Yahoo deal eventually go down? Is Living Social in a good position to...Show More Summary
You've read Alyson Shontell's post on the 20 most innovative startups. Now hear her, Nicholas Carlson, and Jay Yarow (until he walks out of the studio) talk about it! Podcast Powered By Podbean Download this episode (right click and save) Please follow SAI on Twitter and Facebook. Show More Summary
Zynga recently took equity away from some of it's employees, effectively demoting them. Is this fair? Nicholas Carlson and Jay Yarow dig into this, as well as Apple's current share price drop, and whether or not Steve Jobs was a nice...Show More Summary