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Apple is preparing to destroy Spotify with its own music streaming service

When Apple acquired Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion last year, the company’s largest acquisition to date, it was getting more than just a ridiculously popular line of audio products, it was also getting access to an already established music streaming service. By using Beats Music as a base, Apple is
Everyone wants to cut a piece off of RadioShack's corpse

After nearly a century of doing business, it looks like RadioShack is on its deathbed. There was a time when Blockbuster was THE place to get your hands on movies and television shows and RadioShack was THE place to look for whatever electronics tickled your fancy, but those days are
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It took years, oftentimes decades for many of the corporate behemoths that exist in the United States today to reach their current level. Crossing that billion dollar mark is a milestone that took a long time and a lot of work to achieve, and yet, nowadays it seems like any
Microsoft wants to change the way it monetizes Windows

As Microsoft continues to lower the price of Windows, even offering it for free on phones and smaller tablets, many people have been hoping that the company’s next release of the world’s most popular operating would drop the pay-per-license system that has been used for decades in favor of a
Google will soon provide child-friendly versions of its services

As much as parents want to protect their children from the innumerable threats that lurk on the web, it’s virtually impossible for them to completely block access to the internet. Fortunately, Google is currently working on a potential solution to this problem, according to a report from USA Today, by
Amazon is launching its own line of Prime-exclusive products

Amazon has announced its own line of consumer goods called Amazon Elements that will be available exclusively to Amazon Prime members. The new lineup, which currently only includes diapers and baby wipes, will feature labels that can be scanned by the company’s mobile app in order to find a plethora
GoPro is reportedly looking to get into the consumer drone market

Many consumer drone owners love hooking up a GoPro camera to their drone in order to capture impressive aerial videos. In fact, a lot of them purchase drones solely for this reason, which is why it’s no surprise that, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal, GoPro wants
Intel is merging its PC and mobile chip divisions

While Intel remains the undisputed king of PC and laptop chips, ARM is equally as dominant when it comes to smartphones and tablets. This due in large part to the fact that the technology in Intel’s chips still lags behind ARM’s ultra-low power silicon, not to mention the vast majority
Google enters into a decade-long patent sharing deal with LG

Google has entered into a patent cross-licensing agreement with LG that covers “a broad range of products and technologies” that have been built on the existing patents of the two companies, as well as those that they file over the next decade. “LG values its relationship with Google, and this
Sundar Pichai now controls most of Google’s product divisions

According to Re/code, a memo sent by Google CEO Larry Page to the company’s employees has revealed that control of the majority of Google’s products is being handed over to Sundar Pichai, the senior vice president of Google who was previously in charge of just the Chrome, Android, and web