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Microsoft Joins Amazon and Google in Cloud Price War

Microsoft Joins Amazon and Google in Cloud Price War | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Microsoft slashed prices on several of its cloud computing services the company announced on Monday, following through on a standing promise to match Amazon Web Services, which made similar cuts last week.

The software giant made the announcement in a blog post by Windows Azure general manager Steven Martin, saying it will slash prices on various services by 27 percent to 65 percent. “We recognize that economics are a primary driver for some customers adopting cloud, and stand by our commitment to match prices and be best-in-class on price performance,” Martin wrote. The move coincided with Microsoft’s Build conference taking place this week in San Francisco.

It’s the latest move in what’s turning out to be a brisk price war for cloud computing services. Last week, Amazon announced a broad-based price cut on many portions of its Amazon Web Services by 36 percent to 65 percent. That came a day after Google slashed prices for its Google Cloud Platform from 32 percent to 85 percent.

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

This is still very foggy : would this mean they have been "overcharging customers from Day 1" as DigitalOcean complains ?

Inbetween, one clear spot in the sky is the confirmed rise of OpenStack. It may soon be followed by an industrial, hardware based revolution with Open Compute yet this is another story... yet.

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I agree with Philippe Dewost :

" one clear spot in the sky is the confirmed rise of OpenStack. It may soon be followed by an industrial, hardware based revolution with Open Compute yet this is another story... yet."

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The world’s first Perpetual Power reserve by TagHeuer + SunPartner

The world’s first Perpetual Power reserve by TagHeuer + SunPartner | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

The world’s first Perpetual Power reserveExtended power reserve is a major priority for horology connoisseurs as well as a quest for watchmakers.
The MERIDIIST INFINITE provides perpetual stand-by time through an invisible component built into the main screen and thanks to the exclusive partnership with the very innovative French company Sunpartner Technologies, creator of the Wysips® technology.
Behind the sapphire screen lies a lens substrate with electric conductors and, behind this, another layer of completely transparent photovoltaic cells and then comes the LCD screen – all together acting invisibly and automatically. A hybrid charging capacity allows automatic charging under certain natural or artificial light sources, even when the battery is empty.
TAG Heuer stands for “Technologie d’Avant-Garde”, and the MERIDIIST INFINITE perpetuates a great tradition that came before it.
This revolutionary communication instrument will be launched worldwide in July 2014, in Limited Edition of 1911 pieces made with titanium grade 5 and carbon, in selected TAG Heuer boutiques and Watch & Jewellery retailers. 

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This is French Tech.

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Facebook's Open Compute guru Frank Frankovsky leaves to build optical storage startup

Facebook's Open Compute guru Frank Frankovsky leaves to build optical storage startup | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Frank Frankovsky, Facebook’s vice president of hardware design and supply chain optimization, who helped oversee the development and growth of the company’s custom server effort, has left the social networking company to form his own as-yet-unnamed startup that will focus on building optical storage for the enterprise.

In an interview, Frankovsky said he had resigned from Facebook last week to pursue this idea. Meanwhile, Jason Taylor, Facebook’s director of infrastructure, has assumed responsibility for the hardware design and supply chain teams at Facebook and will continue working with the Open Compute Project on Facebook’s behalf.

Taylor has been overseeing much of that work for the last year, according to Facebook, and he will also be joining the Open Compute Foundation board along with Bill Laing, corporate VP of Cloud and Enterprise at Microsoft. This brings the OCP Foundation board from five to seven participants. Frankovsky, who will remain chairman and president of the OCP board, will stay as an independent member.

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Hardware is not dead. It is just evolving #OCP

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The Most Valuable Startups Right Now

The Most Valuable Startups Right Now | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Airbnb is reportedly in talks to get new funding at a $10 billion valuation. That would vault Airbnb to the top of the startup valuation rankings

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Inflating Bubble ?

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Tango, A Messaging App With 200 Million Users, Has Raised A Quarter-Of-A-Billion Dollars From Alibaba

Tango, A Messaging App With 200 Million Users, Has Raised A Quarter-Of-A-Billion Dollars From Alibaba | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Tango, a messaging app and mobile social network, has raised $280 million, largely from Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.

Alibaba contributed $215 million and holds a minority stake in the company. Existing Tango investors put in the remaining $65 million. 

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The OTT craze is not over.

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Cloudwatt : « Les processeurs ARM ? Une opportunité à étudier »

Cloudwatt : « Les processeurs ARM ? Une opportunité à étudier » | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Fayçal Boujemaa, responsable recherche et développement de Cloudwatt, revient pour Silicon.fr sur l’adoption de l’architecture ARM dans les serveurs. Et ouvre la porte à une diversification des processeurs présents dans les datacenters du Cloud.

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Un vrai sujet identifié il y a déjà 2 ans et qui pourrait redonner du sens à la notion de souveraineté numérique européenne puisque 98% des architectures de processeurs de smartphones sont conçues non pas dans la Silicon Valley mais à Cambridge, UK. Pour une fois cela vaudrait le coup de considérer que les Anglais font partie de l'Europe ;-)

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Before He Died, Steve Jobs Told Top Executives Apple Would Not Be Making A TV

Before He Died, Steve Jobs Told Top Executives Apple Would Not Be Making A TV | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

In 2010, Jobs hosted his final Top 100 meeting.

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One person asked if Apple was going to release a television next. There were already rumors all over the place that it was Apple's next conquest. 

Yukari says "Jobs didn't hesitate." He said, "No."

 

"TV is a terrible business. They don't turn over and the margins suck," said Jobs. (Unlike iPhones which are wildly profitable and replaced every two years, a TV gets replaced every 8 years, and isn't all that profitable.)

 

He did want to control the living room, though, he said. He also said the Apple TV, the little video streaming box, would remain a hobby until Apple got all the content it needed.

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Interesting backwards echo of slide #10 in http://j.mp/beyondscreens

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Le Thermostat pour Smartphone

Le Thermostat pour Smartphone | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it
Découvrez le Thermostat pour Smartphone dessiné par Starck.
Contrôlez votre chauffage à distance à l'aide du Thermostat Netatmo.
Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Je viens d'installer un thermostat connecté de NetAtmo. Bluffé par la facilité d'installation et le couplage très ingénieux avec l'application pour smartphone: configuration automatique sur mon réseau WiFi. Bravo la #FrenchTech !

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Beyond Screens Keynote — Connected TV and Digital Media Forum in Moscow

Beyond Screens Keynote — Connected TV and Digital Media Forum in Moscow | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Here is the slide deck I used for my Keynote at the &Connected TV & Digital Media& forum where I was invited by Connectica Lab in Moscow on March 5th, 2014. Due to current SlideShare limitations it is impossible to directly import slides in the latest Apple Keynote format, hence the need to manually publish here the keynote verbatim to complement the slides.

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TV has evolved significantly.  First came color. Then came choice. Then came the VCR that allowed recording, deferred viewing, and introduced external content (either purchased, rented, or handed out by friends and family) into the TV set.
Then came digital content and digital broadcast, followed by HD.
And only very recently came competition from other screens to consume video content: not only were they personal, they follow the viewer...

We now spend a full five hours and 16 minutes a day in front of a screen, and that's without even turning on a television (4,5 hours a day for US adults).

- What even does TV watching now mean?

- is TV video delivered in real time ?

- is Connected TV is just TV with Ethernet and firmware updates?

 

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http://getpopcornti.me/ sounds like a strange echo to slide 7 : Content experience is definitely broken. And la #FrenchTech gets promoted slide 15...

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A Deceptively Simple Speaker That Always Knows What to Play

A Deceptively Simple Speaker That Always Knows What to Play | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Don’t call Cone a speaker. It’s a “thinking music player.”

That, anyway, is how Duncan Lamb, co-founder of Aether, explains his company’s new offering, a conical music-machine that learns your tastes and seamlessly streams the songs you want to hear. It’s a fairly radical reinvention of a familiar gadget–a speaker that relieves you of the responsibility of DJing every song at every step of the way. But it’s also an example of how the internet of things is quickly maturing, proving that clever algorithms and beefy processing power can be combined to make products simpler to use, rather than more complex.

Take a close look at how you listen to music today, and you’ll find that complexity clogging things up at every stage. For all the on-demand ease of subscription services like Spotify and Rdio, you still have to figure out what to listen to. Then you have to account for other sources, like internet radio and podcasts. At some point, you have to figure out how you’re actually going to listen to this stuff in your house. Is it synced to your phone? Is it on your PC? Will the device it’s playing on stream to your living room speakers?

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Solving the  simplicity + UX + abundance paradox with smart machine learning + minimal design = combination of discovery and choice

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TidBITS: How to Protect Your iCloud Keychain from the NSA

TidBITS: How to Protect Your iCloud Keychain from the NSA | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Apple has released a massive update to its “iOS Security” white paper for IT professionals. It contains more information on iOS security than Apple has ever shared publicly before, including extensive details on Touch ID, Data Protection, network security, application security, and nearly all security-related features, options, and protective controls.

For the first time, we have extensive details on iCloud security. For security professionals like myself, this is like waking up and finding a pot of gold sitting on my keyboard. Along with some of the most impressive security I’ve ever seen, Apple has provided a way to make it impossible for agencies like the NSA to obtain your iCloud Keychain passwords.

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This is getting very serious even if I start worrying for Dashlane

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The Apple Tesla Connection: Fun and Reason With Numbers

The Apple Tesla Connection: Fun and Reason With Numbers | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

For Apple devices the computation is more complicated — and more speculative — because the company publicizes battery capacity (in watt-hours) rather than weight. But after some digging around, I found the weight information for an iPhone 4S on the iFixit site: 26 grams. From there, I estimated that the weight of the larger iPhone 5S battery is 30 grams.

I reasoned that the weight/capacity ratio is probably the same for all Apple batteries, so if a 26g iPhone battery provides 5.25 watt-hrs, the iPad Air battery that yields 32.4 watt-hrs must weigh approximately 160g. Sparing you the details of the mix of iPad minis and the approximations for the various Macs, we end up with these numbers for 2014 (I’m deliberately omitting the iPod):

100M iPads @ 130g = 13,000 tons 
200M iPhones @ 30g = 6,000 tons 
20M Macs @ 250g = 5,000 tons 
Total Apple batteries = 24,000 metric tons

It’s a rough estimate, but close enough for today’s purpose: Apple and Tesla need about the same tonnage of batteries this year.

 

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Connected TV Forum - Moscow, March 5th 2014

Connected TV Forum - Moscow, March 5th 2014 | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Philippe Dewost will deliver a keynote titled  "Beyond Screens"

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Any "must mention / can't miss" topics or data points  I shall make sure I don't forget?

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CloudGOO’s New App Turns All Your Cloud Storage Accounts Into One Big, Combined Drive | TechCrunch

CloudGOO’s New App Turns All Your Cloud Storage Accounts Into One Big, Combined Drive | TechCrunch | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

CloudGOO, a newly launched Android application with something of a silly name, offers a way for you to smush together all your cloud-based file storage accounts to form one big cloud drive in the sky. That is, the app aggregates your cloud drive accounts into one mobile interface, then uses that space as if it were one drive for things like automatic uploads of photos, videos, music, and documents.

 

The new service was launched just days ago by Berlin-based developer Jared Preston, who previously spent a few years in Seattle working for Microsoft on the Windows Live platform, followed by some time at Deutsche Telekom.

 

He explains that unlike other platforms, such as Jolicloud for example, which attempted to aggregate a user’s web services under one roof, the idea with CloudGOO is not to have you navigate between your drives or media spaces using the app. Instead, he says, “you simply access and use your stuff, no matter where it is stored.”

“Theoretically, you could just hook up as many Google Drives, Dropbox, etc., as you wanted, to create a total space available for you to use. CloudGOO can then be set to ‘automatic upload’ and would just utilize the space available,” says Preston. “You would not have to worry about managing the space, just using it.”

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

I have played with Jolicloud without understanding how to use it and despite enjoying its design and simplicity ; I haven't played with CloudGOO yet but perfectly see the value of such an operational cloud storage abstraction layer. Congrats Jared !

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Awox fait entrer les objets connectés sur Euronext Paris

Awox fait entrer les objets connectés sur Euronext Paris | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

La start-up Awox, spécialisée dans les objets connectés pour la maison et le divertissement, a lancé mercredi son introduction en Bourse. Elle compte lever 17 millions d’euros sur Euronext Paris.


Via Jerome Faul
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Bravo à Awox , belle réussite de LaFrenchTech ! citée en slide 15 de http://j.mp/beyondscreens

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Facebook Buys Oculus VR For $2 Billion

Facebook Buys Oculus VR For $2 Billion | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

According to a statement from CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the company plans to expand Oculus beyond gaming:

After games, we're going to make Oculus a platform for many other experiences. Imagine enjoying a court side seat at a game, studying in a classroom of students and teachers all over the world or consulting with a doctor face-to-face -- just by putting on goggles in your home.

Zuckerberg expanded on that in a conference call following the announcement, saying he believes virtual reality will be the next big computing platform after mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.

"History suggests that there will be more platforms to come," Zuckerberg said on the conference call, adding that the person who controls that major computing platform will be able to shape the entire tech industry.

"Today's acquisition is a long-term bet on the future of computing," Zuckerberg said.

Oculus got its start on crowdfunding site Kickstarter, where it raised $2.4 million in 2012. Since then, other VCs have invested in the company. Most recently, Oculus raised $75 million in a round led by Andreessen Horowitz.

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

User interface revolution or pop of the bubble? 2Bn$ "value creation" in 2 years...

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"Larry Page is on stage at TED right now He is not wearing Google Glass" by Robert Scoble

"Larry Page is on stage at TED right now He is not wearing Google Glass" by Robert Scoble | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Robert Scoble, one of the earliest supporters of Google Glass, had a harsh blog post about Glass. He says Google can't figure out what it's doing with Glass internally, and he gets a feeling that it's not going well on the Glass project. He worries about what this means for Google's ability to actually follow through on projects (via Business Insider)

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Glass Hole ?

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Lego Robot Solves Rubik's Cube In 3.253 Seconds

Lego Robot Solves Rubik's Cube In 3.253 Seconds | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

In October of 2011, Mike Dobson and David Gilday’s CubeStormer II robot, built from Lego kits and powered by a Samsung Galaxy S2, set the world record for solving a Rubik’s Cube: 5.27 seconds. That time just narrowly defeated the best ever human time, marking the first time a robot had done so.

Now the two robot builders are at it again. At last weekend’s Big Bang Fair in Birmingham UK, the team brought their next creation: the CubeStormer 3. Again built from Lego mechanical and robotics parts and this time powered by a Samsung Galaxy S4, the robot shattered the record set by the CubeStormer II by solving a Rubik’s Cube in only 3.253 seconds – which is not only faster than the CubeStormer II, but also faster than the fastest human time of 5.55 secondsset by Mats Valk.

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Watch carefully as it is really really fast. Raising the question: will robots have as much fun as we do when we play ?

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Appel à projets « Informatique en nuage – Cloud Computing et Big Data »

Appel à projets « Informatique en nuage – Cloud Computing et Big Data » | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Le cloud computing (ou informatique en nuage) et le big data induisent une transformation majeure dans l’usage du numérique par les entreprises de tous les secteurs économiques. Les enjeux associés portent non seulement sur l’activité et la création d’emplois au sein des acteurs du numérique, mais aussi sur les gains de compétitivités pouvant être réalisés par les entreprises utilisatrices. Les entreprises doivent continuer à innover autour de ces solutions pour bâtir une position significative sur le plan technologique et industriel en France et en Europe pour le cloud computing, et identifier les opportunités majeures de création de valeur pour le big data.

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Rappel : Le Big Data est un investissement d'avenir ! J'espère que cette fois-ci les CIO du CAC40 saisiront pleinement l'opportunité qu'ils avaient un peu manquée lors de l'appel à projets de 2012...

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Popcorn Time is back ! The 'Netflix For Pirated Movies' Returns, And Its Creators Say It Will Never Die

Popcorn Time is back ! The 'Netflix For Pirated Movies' Returns, And Its Creators Say It Will Never Die | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

A desktop app called Popcorn Time launched last week gaining  considerable attention for presenting pirated streaming movies in a  clean and easy to use format. It was essentially a Netflix for pirated  movies.

By Friday, it was taken down. The anonymous team of developers wrote a blog  post proclaiming their motivation was 'we need to move on with our lives'.

Now, Torrentfreak  reported that a team of developers called YTS resurrected the project and  officially relaunched it Sunday.

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Popcorn time is back ! Beyond the debate around the pirated content database it is leveraging, the real thing they achieved is a total streamlining of the user experience, with a focus on simplicity and an impressive result. It may not be (hopefully) the future of TV but it clearly paves the way while echoing a few slides from http://j.mp/beyondscreens

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Popcorn time is back ! Beyond the debate around the pirated content database it is leveraging, the real thing they achieved is a total streamlining of the user experience, with a focus on simplicity and an impressive result. It may not be (hopefully) the future of TV but it clearly paves the way while echoing a few slides from http://j.mp/beyondscreens

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Philippe Dewost, des deux côtés du Channel

Philippe Dewost,  des deux côtés du Channel | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Le moins que l'on puisse dire de Philippe Dewost est qu'il a su mettre de la variété dans son parcours professionnel. Âgé d'à peine plus de 40 ans, il a pris en mai dernier la direction de la jeune société anglaise Imsense, une start-up s'il en est.

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ReputationVIP told me this article was moving up on Google and #10 on my search page. Can't believe it was 5 years ago.

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Tencent's market cap is now slightly above $150 billion, already larger than Intel, Cisco and H-P

Tencent's market cap is now slightly above $150 billion, already larger than Intel, Cisco and H-P | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Chinese Internet giant Tencent's market cap is now slightly above $150 billion, larger than U.S. tech giants like Intel, Cisco Systems and Hewlett-Packard.

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The Amazing Drones Mark Zuckerberg Wants To Use To Beam Internet To The Entire World

The Amazing Drones Mark Zuckerberg Wants To Use To Beam Internet To The Entire World | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Facebook is reportedly in talks to buy a drone company called Titan Aerospace for $60 million, according to TechCrunch. 

The idea is that Facebook could use the drones to bring Internet access to parts of the world that still need it, as part of Mark Zuckerberg's goal to bring the web to the entire world, through the Internet.org initiative.

It's similar to Google's plan to use balloons to beam Internet access to countries that don't have the infrastructure for broadband Internet. And it behooves both companies to get as many new people online as possible using their services instead of a potential rival's.

So what do we know about these drones?

The drones are covered in solar panels, which store enough energy to lift the craft 20 kilometers above sea level. The drones can stay aloft for five years before having to land or refuel.
Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Drones are balloning now. Interesting questions ahead for the FAA and other regulators: who is in charge of avoiding collision routes 20 km above sea level?

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Il va y avoir du monde sur le FL600. Quel sera le contrôle aérien ?

Herminia ALEMANY PEREZ's curator insight, March 8, 2014 10:00 PM

FACEBOOK  le drone solaire et Internet pour tous,  une solution alternative au super ballon de GOOGLE 

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Meet New Billionaire Jeff Rothschild, The Engineer Who Saved Facebook From Crashing

Meet New Billionaire Jeff Rothschild, The Engineer Who Saved Facebook From Crashing | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Known as “J-Ro” around Facebook’s campus according to sources close to the company, Rothschild was by far the oldest person to work there when he started. An experienced entrepreneur, he cofounded Veritas Software in 1988 (later merged with Symantec in 2005) and gaming company Mpath Interactive in 1995 (IPO in April 1999). Zuckerberg was 4 when Rothschild started Veritas.

As an advisor at Accel, Rothschild was introduced to the company by partners Kevin Efrusy and Jim Breyer in May 2005. The pair had just led a $12.2 million investment into “Thefacebook” after months of persistence and brought on the experienced elder statesman to solve its challenges with growth. Rothschild, who has no relation to the wealthy banking family of the same name, was known at the time for his deep knowledge of backend systems and technology that helped power websites. He was asked by Zuckerberg, according to those close to Facebook,  to set up the proper engineering teams that could handle the tasks that were then being managed by the CEO and cofounder Dustin Moskovitz.

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Software, Infrastructure and value are not antagonistic...

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Apple TV sales topped $1B in 2013, becoming Apple's fastest growing hardware

Apple TV sales topped $1B in 2013, becoming Apple's fastest growing hardware | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook revealed during his company's annual shareholder meeting on Friday that total sales of the Apple TV topped $1 billion in 2013. Priced at $99 each, that would mean sales were beyond 10 million for the year.

In response to the new data released by Cook, analyst Horace Dediu of Asymco took to Twitter to reveal he estimates that sales of the Apple TV have increased by 80 percent year over year. That would make the Apple TV the company's fastest-growing hardware product.

 

Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted last Friday it's hard to continue referring to the Apple TV as a "hobby"

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Hobby Time is over

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