A "top secret" internal report shows Samsung sold half as many Galaxy Tabs as it claimed.
FORTUNE -- We were skeptical in January 2011 when Strategy Analytics reported -- based on a vague comment made to investors by a Samsung vice president -- that the company had already shipped 2 million Galaxy Tabs, reducing Apple's (AAPL) market share to 75% from 95% in less than six weeks.
Nearly two dozen news outlets went with the report, including MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Apr 11, 2014 6:08 AM ET
Second stop on a 5-city tour is a renovated century-old theater on a wide Berlin boulevard.
FORTUNE -- After Paris, the big Apple Store on the tree-lined Kurfürstendamm -- the wide boulevard that is Berlin's version of the Champs-Élysées -- was a bit of a shock.
The classical Greek revival facade, with its tall windows and inset Ionic columns, is even more imposing than its Parisian sister store's.
The shopping area inside, however, has none of the Opéra's old-world charm.
It's a huge space, with 43 MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Apr 11, 2014 2:54 AM ET
Experts offer advice on how to get what you want and be a team player.
FORTUNE -- So you have a job offer. Congrats.
Your next step is to negotiate. Assuming you want the job, a productive back-and-forth with the employer over your requirements is to be expected in any hiring process. Some negotiating rules are universal, but others remain unique to the technology field. (Last we checked, Wal-Mart didn't generally offer MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Apr 10, 2014 4:54 PM ET
Smart devices and wearables are the future, and they won't run on apps, Libin says.
FORTUNE -- Phil Libin, CEO of the popular productivity app company Evernote, has an issue with the phrase "the Internet of Things."
It has come to refer to any device, appliance, wearable, or object that's connected to the Internet, and Libin thinks that's just awful. In his words, it's "the worst and most obnoxious name ever." His comments were made from the MOREErin Griffith - Apr 10, 2014 3:15 PM ET
San Francisco-based company expands to Seattle, aims to launch in up to 20 cities.
FORTUNE -- Food has been very, shall we say, hot among venture capitalists lately. In 2013, VCs poured $2.8 billion into food-related startups. The category picked up momentum again earlier this week when Fortune reported that Blue Apron, a meal kit delivery startup based in New York, is in the process of raising $40 million to $50 million, valuing the company at MOREErin Griffith - Apr 10, 2014 1:00 PM ET
On top-secret messaging, competing against viral growth apps, and protecting one's identity.
FORTUNE -- Nico Sell takes security more seriously than most. She is the co-founder and CEO of a mobile application called Wickr, which claims to be a "self-destructing, secure, private, anonymous" means of messaging text, images, and audio between people.
The app encrypts data from start to finish, so any messages that are shared through Wickr are never saved anywhere permanently and MOREChanelle Bessette - Apr 10, 2014 10:45 AM ET
On why higher education is expensive, the importance of the English language, and his designs to go global.
FORTUNE -- Sebastian Thrun wears many hats: Stanford professor. Google robotics tinkerer. And now, chief executive of online learning pioneer Udacity.
The venture capital-backed company in Silicon Valley had a rough start trying to work with San Jose State University, a failed experiment that looked somewhat like higher education organ rejection. It has re-tooled MOREAdam Lashinsky, Sr. Editor at Large - Apr 10, 2014 10:24 AM ET
The Aussie business collaboration startup is profitable and quietly preparing for an IPO. We talk to co-founder and co-CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes.
FORTUNE -- Another day, another multibillion-dollar valuation: Sydney, Australia-based Atlassian, a maker of collaboration tools (Jira, HipChat) for businesses, is now worth $3.3 billion. Earlier this week, the company announced a $150 million funding round led by T. Rowe Price.
Hefty valuation aside, Atlassian isn't your everyday Silicon Valley startup, and not MOREMichal Lev-Ram, writer - Apr 10, 2014 10:01 AM ET
How MLB aims to maintain its lead in the crowded sports-analytics field.
By Daniel Roberts, writer-reporter
FORTUNE -- Stats junkies, rejoice: The sport that brought you the Moneyball craze and outfitted all its stadiums with a sophisticated service to track and digitally record live pitches is now deploying even more technology aimed at collecting and analyzing players' every move.
MLB Advanced Media, the tech outfit owned by baseball's 30 clubs, is rolling out MOREDaniel Roberts - Apr 10, 2014 6:46 AM ET
Interest in the so-called iPhone 6 sets a ChangeWave survey record.
FORTUNE -- Smartphone sales in the increasingly saturated U.S. market may have slowed, but if the results of a new survey are any indication, the larger-screen iPhone that Apple (AAPL) is supposedly set to release later this year could be a big hit -- at least among the early-adopter types.
MORE: Apple's 2014 rumored product roadmap
In a March survey of 4,109 ChangeWave members, 26% of those planning MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Apr 10, 2014 6:00 AM ET
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