Samsung follows at $55,184. Microsoft at $42,220. Google at 23,587. Amazon at $1,439.
FORTUNE -- Here's a fun interactive graphic, produced by the online marketers at Distilled for WorldPay Zinc, a U.K.-based payment service for small business.
Click on the snapshot and it will start a clock showing you how much revenue and profit each of a dozen high-tech companies is generating by the second. On a per-minute basis, Samsung comes in first in MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Mar 20, 2014 4:21 AM ET
Consumers and advertisers are embracing mobile search marketing, Google's core business.
FORTUNE -- Is the shift to mobile devices good for Google?
The question has dogged the company (GOOG) in recent years. Investors have been concerned that advertisers pay less for mobile ads than they do for Web ads, and analysts have warned that searches could become less important in a world dominated by apps.
But a new report by Marin Software, which MOREMiguel Helft, senior writer - Mar 19, 2014 11:34 AM ET
Startup's software manages social media workflows for brands like Mastercard, Ford, Hyatt and Unilever.
FORTUNE -- The summer of 2012 had a wave of exits hit the burgeoning social platform category. That summer, Buddy Media, Wildfire and Vitrue sold to Salesforce (CRM), Google (GOOG) and Oracle (ORCL), respectively, for hundreds of millions of dollars. Earlier that year, Adobe (ADBE) had purchased Efficient Frontier. The remaining platforms included Syncapse, which restructured itself MOREErin Griffith - Mar 18, 2014 12:00 PM ET
Adobe counted 574 million events streamed last quarter, up from 223 million a year earlier.
FORTUNE -- Apple (AAPL) dominates "TV everywhere" -- a buzzword coined by Time Warner Cable in 2009 to describe the "authenticated streaming" concept pioneered a few years earlier by ESPN.
The pitch to viewers is simple: Pay your monthly cable or satellite TV bill, and we'll let you watch our content on just about any device that MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Mar 17, 2014 12:14 PM ET
Some of his prize money will go to families of the missing Malaysian airline.
FORTUNE -- Everybody's Web software got "pwned" at the Pwn2Own hackers conference this week: Apple's (AAPL) Safari, Google's (GOOG) Chrome, Microsoft's (MSFT) Internet Explorer, Mozilla's Firefox and Adobe's (ADBE) Reader and Flash.
Chrome was hacked by a French team from Vupen Security with a use-after-free vulnerability that affects both the WebKit and Blink rendering engines.
Safari was defeated by Liang Chen, one of a MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Mar 14, 2014 12:07 PM ET
The tech giant is rumored to be close to signing a deal on a NYC space, but is it beta testing for more stores or creating another tourist attraction?
By Courtney Subramanian
FORTUNE -- Just 295 feet down the block from Apple's (AAPL) first retail store sits an empty space that could not only make history but also change the face of the Google (GOOG) experience.
That's a lot to be said MOREMar 13, 2014 11:24 AM ET
Can America's mightiest tech companies dominate the Asian market? Not if companies in China and Korea have anything to say about it.
By Erik Heinrich
FORTUNE -- Rivals to Google's (GOOG) Android and Apple's (AAPL) iOS operating systems have emerged in Asia, suggesting that a fierce global war over dominance in mobile computing is imminent.
The first contender for shaking up the world's $341.4-billion mobile handset market is the China Operating System MOREMar 13, 2014 10:55 AM ET
The buyer? The private equity firm Hellman & Friedman.
FORTUNE -- That was quick.
Just two weeks ago, Google Capital invested $40 million in Renaissance Learning, in a deal that valued the education company at $1 billion. On Thursday, Renaissance, which is majority owned by Permira, a European private equity firm, is being sold to another private equity firm, Hellman & Friedman, for $1.1 billion.
There's no doubt that the deal will give MOREMiguel Helft, senior writer - Mar 13, 2014 7:00 AM ET
The rise of the inexpensive Chromebook prompts new questions about Google's niche operating system.
By David Nield
FORTUNE -- You could be forgiven for having forgotten that Google (GOOG) has its own desktop operating system, launched back in 2009. Championing a vision of a future where all data and applications live in the cloud, Chrome OS has struggled to make a dent: It accounts for only 1% of the PC market MOREMar 12, 2014 9:42 AM ET
"I don't merely disagree with Apple but am rather wondering whether it has lost its mind."
FORTUNE -- Apple (AAPL) for several years has had a loyal supporter in Florian Mueller.
Nobody followed the company's myriad patent disputes more closely. Or criticized more sharply the claims made against Apple by Samsung and Motorola/Google for their so-called standard-essential patents.
But this time, he writes in his FOSS Patents blog, Apple has gone too far.
Having read the transcript MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Mar 11, 2014 8:58 AM ET
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