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Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer Set To Retire

Apple’s chief financial officer and senior vice president Peter Oppenheimer will retire at the end of September this year after 18 years with the company. Oppenheimer, who has been the CFO of Apple for the last 10 years, will be replaced by Luca Maestri who is currently Apple’s vice president of finance and corporate controller. Oppenheimer […]

How Social Tools Have Failed In the Enterprise So Far

It’s becoming increasingly difficult to state that social collaboration tools do not help with office productivity. The current generation of white-collar workers did not exist in the pre-Internet age, so not using social tools to collaborate seems counter-intuitive. It’s like telling someone in the Iron Age to still use bronze simply because it’s “what they […]

iWatch Concepts We’re Hoping Will Come True

Editor’s note: This post was originally published by our partners at PopSugar Tech. Just make our smartwatch dreams come true, Apple! The company filed for a watch-like patent last February — and gadget geeks have been anticipating high tech iOS arm candy for some time now. What would Jony Ive-designed wearable tech look like? Many artists […]

Mt. Gox Breaks Silence, Posts Statement On Bankruptcy Filing

Mt. Gox, the troubled Bitcoin exchange that filed for bankruptcy protection last week, just issued a new statement on its predicament. This latest announcement outlines Mt. Gox’s dire financial situation, and what the company plans to do about it.  Over the past several days, Mt. Gox has been noticeably silent about its internal situation. This […]

CarPlay: Apple Finally Delivers iOS To Your Car’s Dashboard

On Monday, Apple reintroduced its “iOS in the Car” feature previewed last June. Now called CarPlay, Apple is giving vehicles the ability to serve as a second iPhone screen powered by Siri’s voice control functionality. Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo are currently exhibiting 2014 CarPlay-capable models at this week’s Geneva auto convention. According to Apple, just […]

9 Ways Startup CEOs Can Help Their Teams Avoid Burnout

Unfortunately, not all members of your staff have the same level of commitment you do—and burnout is a very real phenomenon. And as a leader, it’s not only your job to make sure your teammates succeed—it’s your job to curb overwhelm too. How do you make sure everyone is putting forth their best effort without […]

The Internet Of Things: The Real Money Is The Internet, Not The Things

The Internet of Things is real and growing, but the money will come neither from Internet nor the Things. Instead, the big money will derive from business services that pull data from those IoT networks. Unfortunately, a lack of standards threatens to slow the market’s maturation as vendors are forced to build the devices, sensor […]

Apple Neglects Snow Leopard Again: It May Be Time To Upgrade

Apple has all but announced it will no longer support Mac computers running Snow Leopard, or OS X 10.6.  On Tuesday, the company released an important update for Mavericks, or OS X 10.9, plus security updates for its two predecessors, Mountain Lion (10.8) and Lion (10.7), but there was nothing for Snow Leopard or any […]

New Fitness Trackers Will Record Every Breath You Take, Every Move You Make

ReadWriteBody is an ongoing series where ReadWrite covers networked fitness and the quantified self. Simple step trackers are going the way of the dinosaur, as a new generation of fitness devices cram more sensors and smarts into smaller and smaller shapes. This next wave will track our movements in three dimensions—and that’s a crucial difference. Why? […]

Project Ara, Google’s Modular Smartphone, Gets A Trio Of Developer Conferences

Google typically holds its annual I/O conference towards the end of June, but this year, the search giant will add a few more developer conferences to its schedule—one completely centered on its new experimental modular smartphone, “Project Ara.” On Thursday, Google announced (via Google+) the first of three Ara Developers’ Conferences on April 15-16—a meeting that will […]

Google Maps Gallery Wants To Be The Internet’s Digital Atlas

Last December, Google introduced its Google Maps Engine public-data program as a way for organizations to easily publish their map data online using its tools. On Thursday, the search giant expanded that program, launching a an interactive digital atlas called “Google Maps Gallery” intended to help those outfits make their maps easier to find online. Google’s program looks […]

Windows 8.1 May Become A Freebie OS

Microsoft is reportedly building a variation of Windows dubbed “Windows 8.1 with Bing.” It’s apparently part of an experiment to offer the operating system with tighter integration to featured Microsoft apps and services—primarily, at least at first, Microsoft’s Bing search engine. Windows Bing may also be part of a plan to boost adoption by giving away the […]

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