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Airtime makes an awkward first impression [FORTUNE]
The company aims to offer frictionless video networking that allows you to chat with your existing friends or with strangers based on location or interests you share on Facebook. Like predecessor Chatroulette.com, it's easy to switch to a new chat partner, but unlike that service, which became known for its shock MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jun 6, 2012 1:04 PM ET
Aaron Sorkin talks about future Steve Jobs movie, impact of technology on his writing [ENGADGET]
The highlights included a frank quote that whoever ends up playing Jobs in his movie -- not to be confused with the one already in production with Ashton Kutcher -- will have to be "good, and intelligent." He also confessed to being fully engaged in the "three screens" movement, but wasn't too prideful to admit that he MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - May 31, 2012 12:08 PM ET
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* Zynga (ZNGA) raised around $1 billion in its initial public offering (IPO), giving the social gaming champ a $7 billion valuation. Check out colleague Dan Primack's list of the biggest winners to come out of this, including CEO Mark Pincus, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, and Institutional Venture Partners. MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Dec 16, 2011 3:00 AM ET
More jobs are opening for Android developers according to a report today.
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Dow Jones' VentureWire reports this evening that most of the companies seeded with cash from Kleiner Perkins famous iFund are taking their iApps and porting them over to Google's (GOOG) Android platform.
A telling stat:
13 of the 16 companies backed by the $200 million iFund now have both iOS and Android apps or will within a few MORESeth Weintraub - Apr 7, 2011 12:37 AM ET
Kleiner Perkins' Green guru believes on a household level, green power needs to recharge advanced batteries rather than plug right into the fuse-box.
FORTUNE -- Having helped both create the Java programming language and co-found Sun Microsystems, Bill Joy is best known as a technologist and entrepreneur. He hopes to add environmentalist to that list.
As a partner at leading venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins, Joy is devoting much of his time to MOREScott Woolley - Apr 6, 2011 6:03 PM ET
Hewlett Packard can never write the Mark Hurd scandal out of its history. But have wholesale executive changes at least helped new management turn the page?
FORTUNE -- It's been a rough several months for Hewlett-Packard's (HPQ) board. First they had to deal with a scandal that led to the sudden departure of their Chairman and CEO. Then they had to begin a search for new leadership. Finally, a third of MOREMichal Lev-Ram, writer - Mar 31, 2011 2:16 PM ET
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Put a fork in it, everyone -- the Zune is dead. Microsoft will reportedly put an end to its ill-fated music-video player due to lack of demand. Instead, the company will focus on putting its Zune software onto smartphones likely running Windows Phone 7. (Bloomberg)
AT&T may be leveraging MORE
For a piece of Silicon Valley iconography, this photo is hard to beat
Below: The attendee list and who sat where, courtesy of Search Engine Land.Philip Elmer-DeWitt - Feb 18, 2011 3:35 PM ET
The White House has released the official list:
John Doerr, partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Carol Bartz, CEO, Yahoo! (YHOO)
John Chambers, CEO, Cisco Systems (CSCO)
Dick Costolo, CEO, Twitter
Larry Ellison, CEO, Oracle (ORCL)
Reed Hastings, CEO, NetFlix (NLFX)
John Hennessy, president, Stanford University
Steve Jobs, CEO, Apple (AAPL)
Art Levinson, chairman, Genentech (DNA)
Eric Schmidt, CEO, Google (GOOG)
Steve Westly, managing partner, Westly Group
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO, Facebook
President Obama is scheduled to meet Intel's (INTC) Paul Otellini in Oregon MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Feb 17, 2011 6:23 PM ET
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The first (of three) days of Jeopardy featuring the IBM supercomputer Watson as a contestant ended in a tie. Watson and competitor Brad Rutter wrapped up the evening with $5,000 each on the scoreboard, while Ken Jennings, who had bested Watson in the much-publicized practice match, ended up with $2,000. (AllThingsD) AOL CEO Tim Armstrong invested more than $10 million in MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Feb 15, 2011 8:31 AM ET
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