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Wall Street was looking for earnings of 23 cents per share on a revenue of $19.43 billion.
Now everyone (with $1,500 to burn) can be a "Glasshole."
LinkedIn already has a few familiar names signed up for Content Partners, including The Atlantic and Bloomberg.
Efforts to boost the Gear 2 ecosystem include the Samsung Gear App Challenge, where developers could win cash prizes equating to $1.25 million.
UPDATED: Zynga also slipped in a few other new hires alongside the Pincus announcement.
UPDATED: Mark Zuckerberg boasted that the contributions of Whatsapp could make it as ubiquitous as Facebook one day.
Point to Amazon today, but the tech giant's Prime content library still looks thin compared to Netflix and Hulu.
But 300 million is not nearly enough for LinkedIn as the professional social network sets its eyes on the entire global workforce.
While Dropbox has been giving its business arm some more attention, the cloud storage service is becoming more of a one-stop shop for all things cloud for consumers.
Apple may integrate Shazam's song ID technology into the next iOS. If the partnership plays out, Shazam would likely see a boost to song referral fees and more importantly set itself up for more uses for its technology.
Since Google is the oracle of all information, it seems strange that it can't tell you who owns a given phone number.
If you're looking for a good VoIP solution and don't need Google Voice, consider Ooma. It's pretty impressive. However, if you're firmly a Google Voice user, you might want to look elsewhere.
UPDATED: Wall Street is maintaining its Q1 forecast for Yahoo with expectations of 37 cents per share on a revenue of $1.08 billion.
The Marketplace debut is one of the first introductions we can expect from Red Hat this week as the 2014 Red Hat Summit kicks off in San Francisco on Monday.
Enterprise apps are not Flappy Bird. App development requires the same care and investment as any other end-user software project.