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After ruble's plunge, Apple reopens Russian online store with big price hike

Less than a week after suspending online sales in Russia, Apple is once again pushing iPhones, iPads and other products in that country — albeit with steep price hikes. 184 more words


Dow Jones, S&P 500 hit record close as stock market rebound continues

Tech stocks and growing confidence in the job market helped to propel the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average to record highs Monday.

The S&P 500 gained 0.4% to finish at 2,078.54. 280 more words


Exit Interview: What's next for Tibco founder Vivek Ranadivé?

In early December, Tibco Software officially became a private company through a $4.2 billion buyout by Vista Equity Partners—despite a hiccup in the process that overstated the number of shares outstanding. 960 more words


North Korea suffers internet blackout

This post is in partnership with Time. The article below was originally published at Time.com.

By Sam Frizell, TIME

North Korea’s Internet connectivity went dark Monday… 171 more words


Google's self-driving car takes a big step forward

Google said Monday that it has taken another big step forward in developing self-driving cars by building a fully functioning prototype of its own design. 297 more words


Why money is pouring into enterprise storage startups

Thirty years ago, before software began “eating the world,” much of the information in industry was stored on spinning disks—those relatively slow but inexpensive devices reminiscent of record players. 1,256 more words


The iPhone, the carriers and the credit mules

Matthew Shaer’s piece in the current issue of Wired about the Secret World of Stolen Smartphones covers all kinds of theft — from subway “Apple picking” to warehouse smash-and-grabs. 570 more words