As an expert on women entrepreneurs, I'm often asked questions such as: Why do female entrepreneurs have a problem of scale? Why do they continually start and run businesses that are low-profit, low growth, small enterprise, and low-tech?
New York TimesStartup automaker Fisker to begin full production of Nina in 2013The Detroit NewsWashington — Startup automaker Fisker Automotive says it will begin full production of its Nina in mid-2013, but insists it will start production on...
Data published by the Google-backed Measurement Lab gives a unique insight into the BitTorrent throttling practices of ISPs all over the world. It reveals that Comcast was slowing down nearly half of all BitTorrent traffic in the U.S.
The Measurement Lab program conducted a study between mid-2008 and mid-2010 to see which ISP was the least bittorrent friendly (i.e. throttling down data transfer rates for the protocol). (Which ISP Throttles Bittorrent the Most?
TG DailyAMD Invests in Android-on-Windows Startup, BlueStacksPC MagazineAdvanced Micro Devices said Thursday that it made an undisclosed investment in BlueStacks, a startup with a technology to run Android apps on Windows PCs.
Microsoft Corp. may help to bankroll a potential joint bid for Yahoo by extending loans to its deal partners and buying preferred stock in Yahoo, according to people familiar with the matter, reflecting Microsoft’s desire to limit its risk.
Lodsys has not gone after Windows developers with claims that they’re violating the company’s in-app purchasing patents. But could this ha (Could Lodsys turn its sights on Microsoft Windows 8 developers?
$2 iOS app in iTunes that lets iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad users stream music from their Music Beta by Google accounts, instead of from Apple’s iCloud. Wait, aren’t Apple and Google supposed to be cloud enemies?