Reports surfaced today that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is looking to woo Apple away from Google , with the intent of making Yahoo the default search engine for Safari on the iPhone and iPad. While users can choose which search engine to use in ... 4 Traders, 1 day ago
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It's no mystery that Apple and Google still have their Holy War unfolding, despite also sharing a bed together in iOS search. Yahoo thinks it can break them up. CEO Marissa Mayer has a bold plan to set the default iOS search engine to Yahoo, and ...Softpedia, 1 day ago Marissa Mayer working to get Apple to dump Google, default to Yahoo for mobile search iPodDailyNews, 1 day ago
Every now and then, the war that traditional media entities seem to be continuously fighting over reader comments — where they should be placed, how they should be managed and even whether they should exist at all — erupts into the open. This ...GigaOM, 2 days ago
Rumor confirmed! (Or at least, triangulated.) Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) is expected to release its 'Duke' 3D smartphone in the summer. The rumors are rife, reaching us from many sources. All agree there are four tracking cameras that permit a ...Computerworld, 2 days ago
Uber's promo factory has deliveredkittens, Christmas trees and ice cream. But its latest PR concoction has taken the Valley darling to a whole new level: Uber for VC meetings. UberPITCH will give free rides to to anyone with a startup idea, ...TechCrunch, 1 week ago
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US — AOL co-founder Steve Case has committed to investing $1m in 10 startup companies, including three analytics and intelligence firms. Case has pledged £100,000 to each of the companies that took part in last week's Google for Entrepreneurs ...Research Magazine, 1 week ago Steve Case Announces $1M Investment in Rise of the Rest Companies Business Wire, 2 weeks ago
The commonalities between the two companies end there. Whisper, which has been around since mid-2012, has raised $54 million through several rounds of funding. ($21 million is from Sequoia Capital alone.) Secret launched only two months ago, but has ...CNNMoney.com, 2 weeks ago
4/4/14 Follow @MichaelXBD GoSpotCheck co-founders Matt Talbot and Samantha Holloway hoped good things would come out of their trip to California for Google's first demo day. And they did—in the form of a $100,000 check from former AOL chairman ...Xconomy, 2 weeks ago
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