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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Jeff Kagan
Twitter raised the bar for social networks with an initial public offering Thursday that far exceeded projections.
The demise of movie rental giant Blockbuster marks the end of an era in home entertainment, as the company goes the way of the VHS tapes and VCRs that helped it bring Hollywood into American living rooms in the 1980s and 1990s.
Twitter is the latest social network to go public, but recent history shows Silicon Valley and Wall Street don't always mix so well.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer met with investors and customers Thursday, pitching the firm's new Windows 8 operating system as key to his efforts to redefine his company and get away from the software giant's stodgy reputation in the face of challenges from rivals Apple and Google.
Facebook is placing a big bet on Internet gambling, but it's one critics warn it might not be able to cover.
Software giant Microsoft and book retailer Barnes & Noble are teaming up in an effort to become power players in the rapidly expanding e-book market.
Apple's iPad created the tablet-computer market and has been its gold standard ever since, but industry analysts say its high price has left it vulnerable to a new type of competitor this holiday season- e-readers now coming decorated with more multimedia features.
AT&T isn't ready to give up on a proposed $39 billion merger with T-Mobile just yet.
NEW YORK -- Nate Williams hardly noticed when his phone company vanished.
Jeff Kagan, a longtime tech analyst in Atlanta, said Tuesday that the wireless industry's commitment may be the closest to solving the smartphone theft problem.
"I'm sure there will be a lot of back and forth, but this is the next natural step," Kagan said. "I don't think the wireless industry would've done this if there wasn't pressure from lawmakers and the public to come up with some solutions. Sometimes it takes a nudge."