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"I am not sure i agree that iPads are making music more accessible than ever. Before man kind had bongos and flutes and guitars and such, pretty accessible stuff." -- Bjork (Midem Blog)
* Steve Jobs was honored at a private memorial at Stanford University's Memorial Church last night. In attendance: Google chief executive Larry Page, Rupert Murdoch, Al Gore, super angel Ron Conway, as well as Intuit board chairman Bill Campbell. (Silicon Valley Mercury News)
* Is the iPhone 4S converting owners of rival smartphones? An informal survey conducted by Reuters indicates that might be the case. Also: a round-up of memorable quotes from the 4S's onboard "intelligent assistant" Siri. (Reuters and Fortune)
* How Amazon (AMZN) is convincing readers to ditch book publishers, starting with 122 books coming this fall that bypasses traditional publishing houses altogether. (The New York Times)
* One Click author Richard L. Brandt on the rise of Amazon and CEO Jeff Bezos, the e-commerce site's early days and its increasing use of early data. (The Wall Street Journal.)
* TechCrunch speculates that Facebook ID cards could be in the works. (TechCrunch)
* Time Inc. journalist-turned-Flipboard editorial chief Josh Quittner on how the news curation app is transforming the media landscape. (CNET)
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Apple was No. 1 and HP was No. 6 in San Jose metro area job listings
Apple (AAPL) topped list in the San Jose/Sunnyvale/Santa Clara metropolitan area with 847 help-wanted ads, according to a survey conducted by the California labor department in July 2011.
It was followed by Yahoo (YHOO), Lockheed Martin (LMT), eBay (EBAY), Stanford University and -- of all companies -- Hewlett-Packard (HPQ).
HP was trying to fill 358 positions in MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Aug 23, 2011 6:29 AM ET
Take a picture with Lytro's soon to come camera and change the focus to any spot, with the click of a mouse. The only question most photo geeks have is "how much?"
FORTUNE -- There's a new player in the camera market: Lytro, a Mountain View, Calif.-based startup with just 45 employees, is hoping to disrupt the industry with an innovative camera that lets users focus a picture after it's been MOREMichal Lev-Ram, writer - Jun 22, 2011 10:28 AM ET
Oracle's reclusive president continues to make the case that U.S. companies should be allowed to help the economy by brining overseas earnings home, nearly tax-free.
By Dan Mitchell, contributor
There is a big difference, says Oracle President Safra Catz, between the $800 billion federal stimulus package and the "repatriation" of $1 trillion in foreign corporate holdings that she advocates. Unlike the stimulus, "my money has already been printed," she said Friday, drawing MOREScott Olster, editor - Mar 14, 2011 11:27 AM ET
Every new car is basically a computer. So where are all the cool apps?
In my rusted jalopy, a 1991 Volvo 240 sedan, I have installed the future.
A car that stalls at every stop sign now has turn-by-turn navigation. I can check my e-mail and monitor the stock market (or, let's be honest, the day's surf). There are applications at my fingertips that can point my sputtering car toward a burrito MOREOct 16, 2009 7:56 AM ET
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