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Microsoft says 14 million computers now running Windows 10

PALO ALTO, California (AP) — Microsoft says its' new Windows 10 operating system is now running on more than 14 million computers, two days after the software was released as a free download. That's a far cry from the company's goal of getting Windows 10 onto a billion devices within three years. Show More Summary

Twist Those Dirty Bags!

From the Slope of Hope: Greetings from Whole Foods Market in Palo Alto. There are times when I simply have to get away from my home office, since even I have limits as to how many hours I want to stay in the same place. I come to Whole Foods often enough to notice that a fair number of insane people come here. Show More Summary

Workers at Google Express seek to unionize

Workers at Google Express Services in Palo Alto, Calif., want Teamsters representation.        

Clinton: The Tyranny of Quarterly Earnings Hurts Innovation

"What if Xerox had decided its Palo Alto research park wasn't doing enough to boost share prices in the short term?" The post Clinton: The Tyranny of Quarterly Earnings Hurts Innovation appeared first on WIRED.

Innocent Farmer Had No Idea Cop Pulling Him Over Would Ruin His Life With This Despicable Move

It’s called “forfeiture” and if you don’t know what it is, you should. Because this could be you. In 2013, Lorenzo Ayala, a farmer in Palo Alto, California, drove to Montana to meet a woman he met online. He had $16,000 in cash along for the ride, he said, to purchase tractor parts. Show More Summary

Google Acquires Pixate

Google today said it has acquired Pixate, a service that lets developers create mobile app user interface prototypes for Android and iOS devices. Pixate was formed in Palo Alto in 2012 with the goal of helping developers more easily design apps. Show More Summary

Google acquires Pixate to help developers make better mobile app prototypes

Google has bought yet another small tech company. It revealed that it has acquired the Palo Alto, California-based Pixate, which was formed in 2012. Pixate creates tools for developers so they can make quicker and easier prototypes for mobile apps.

A home in Palo Alto is worth more than twice as much today as it was in 2006

Aspiring entrepreneurs and coders have been moving to Silicon Valley in droves for the past half-century. High demand, combined with a multitude of buyers with disproportionately high salaries, have made this part of northern California a very expensive place to live. Show More Summary

The Thrill is Gone

A few days ago, a former employee of mine from back in the days of Prophet, and now a friend/business associate, emailed me to ask if I'd be heading up to San Francisco for the Money Show. He lives in San Francisco, and Palo Alto isShow More Summary

Ooma, Small Business Cloud Provider, Slips Below IPO Price

Shares of Ooma (OOMA) of Palo Alto, California, which provides small-business calling and related integrated communications services, via cloud computing, are down 80 cents, or 6%, at $12.20, on their first day of trading, after opening at $12.10, below their IPO price of $13. Twelve-year-old Ooma lost $6.4 million on revenue of $72.2 million in the [...]

3-D home of the day

First built in 1931, 526 Center Drive in Palo Alto, California, lies amidst the picturesque foliage of Japanese maples, redwoods and expansive ferns. This gorgeous Spanish colonial-style home is located in the highly sought-after downtown area...

the cost, the price

I'm in recovery mode from the Palo Alto Clay and Glass Festival. It's always a good show for me and this year was no exception, though Sunday was one of the worst days ever. So it was way out of balance-- Saturday was excellent, Sunday was not-excellent. Show More Summary

The Frenchman's Tower in Palo Alto, California

Stumbling upon the strange two-story Frenchman’s Tower in Palo Alto, California may make you think you've fallen into a storybook. The strangely out of place folly was originally built as part of a French immigrant's irrigation system,...Show More Summary

Downwardly Mobile

The last trailer park in Palo Alto is looking for a tech millionaire to save it

Palo Alto Clay and Glass Festival-- this weekend!

The Palo Alto show is this weekend. Usually, I go into a fever about 6 weeks before the show. I stop taking care of myself, I cancel all social engagements, and I start drinking even more wine so I can focus on making stuff. It sounds like a mental illness, doesn't it?This year, I did a 3-day getaway to the mountains with a friend LAST WEEK. Show More Summary

Splunk Buys Security Startup Caspida For $190M

Splunk announced this evening it had purchase Caspida, a Palo Alto startup that uses machine learning techniques to help identify threats from inside and outside the company, for $190 million, The deal has already closed, the company...Show More Summary

What we can all learn from the gutsy way 13-year-old Steve Jobs landed a job at HP

Cold calling usually gets you nowhere. Unless you happen to have the pluck of pre-teen Steve Jobs, and a copy of the Palo Alto phone book, in which case, cold calling will get you everywhere. Case in point: At 12, Jobs wanted to build a frequency counter, but he didn't have the parts. Show More Summary

Blood Tests Could Soon Be As Easy As A Trip To Walgreens

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

A little-known healthcare start-up is slowly setting the stage to transform blood tests. Theranos, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based company that offers about 153 tests for under $10, scored two major coups in the past week. First, they wonShow More Summary

This new Android malware looks like a classic Nintendo game

Nintendo fans with Android phones, beware. A new piece of Android malware is showing up in third-party app stores dressed up as a classic Nintendo game. Cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks says it has discovered a new family of malware...Show More Summary

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