Samsung Preparing to Raise Chip Prices

Samsung is reportedly preparing to raise chip prices, a move that could significantly impact the price of smartphones and other electronics.

Judge Strikes Down California Law Requiring Women on Company Boards

Superior Court Judge Maureen Duffy-Lewis has struck down a California law that required companies to appoint up to three women to their boards.

How To Get PR For Your Tech Startup

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What Should My Small Business Outsource?

When your business is growing, you’ll think, what should my small business outsource? Learn some helpful tips below.

State Farm Launches iPhone App For Teen Drivers

State Farm has introduced a new free iPhone and iPod touch application aimed at helping young drivers stay safe on the road.

The "Steer Clear" application is part of State Farm’s safe drivers discount program. The app gives young drivers a way to complete the Steer Clear discount program and encourages supervised driver education.

Google Lets Users Find Results Based on Location

Google has added the ability to search by location to its list of search options. The option is called "nearby".

"Location has become an important part of the way we search. If you’re a foodie looking for restaurant details, food blogs or the closest farmer’s market, location can be vital to helping you find the right information," says Google Product Manager Jackie Bavaro.

Google Looking to Split Print Pages into Individual Web Articles?

Back in 2008, Google filed a patent, which was recently published for public viewing. The patent is called "Segmenting Printed Media Pages Into Articles," and appears to imply that the company wants to take individual articles from print publications and turn them into individual articles on the web. The abstract says:

Baidu Receives $50 Million To Build Video Site

The creation of the Chinese equivalent of Hulu is now officially underway.  Providence Equity Partners, which invested $100 million in the original American video site, will give Baidu $50 million to create Qiyi.com.  Qiyi should similarly offer premium content and rely on ad revenue.