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Facebook will reportedly challenge Google and Microsoft in the office - 17 novembre 2014
Facebook wants to become your office’s social network. The company is said to be working on an official launch of Facebook at Work, an app that Facebook’s employees currently use internally for collaboration and chat. The way Financial Times describes it, Facebook at Work sounds like it meshes document editing (...)

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Google and Facebook : voracious giants with the power to create the future - 2 novembre 2014
The internet powerhouses are using their billions to challenge in sectors far removed from their original business models The web’s biggest consumer companies make the bulk of their incomes, and have built up vast assets, from targeted advertising. It accounts for around 90% of Facebook’s revenue and much the same (...)

Illegal Copying Has Always Created Jobs, Growth, And Prosperity - 20 octobre 2014
Throughout history, those who have copied the most have also always been the most prosperous, and for that reason. Bans on copying, like the copyright and patent monopolies, are just plain industrial protectionism. copyright-brandedIt often helps to understand present time by looking at history, and seeing how (...)

"La stratégie secrète de Google apparaît…" - 12 octobre 2014
Laurent Alexandre est une personnalité atypique dont l’expertise est écoutée. Chirurgien urologue de formation, diplômé de l’ENA, HEC et Sciences-Po, cofondateur de, il préside désormais la société de séquençage de génome DNA Vision. Ce "cerveau" s’intéresse "aux bouleversements qu’entraîneront pour l’humanité les (...)

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Facebook’s WhatsApp acquisition now has price tag of $22 billion - 6 octobre 2014
Facebook Inc (FB.O) closed its acquisition of mobile messaging service WhatsApp on Monday, with the final price tag rising an additional $3 billion to roughly $22 billion because of the increased value of Facebook’s stock in recent months. WhatsApp founder Jan Koum will receive nearly $2 billion in stock, vesting (...)

The U.S. Government’s Secret Plans to Spy for American Corporations - 5 septembre 2014
Throughout the last year, the U.S. government has repeatedly insisted that it does not engage in economic and industrial espionage, in an effort to distinguish its own spying from China’s infiltrations of Google, Nortel, and other corporate targets. So critical is this denial to the U.S. government that last (...)

From Google to Amazon : EU goes to war against power of US digital giants - 17 août 2014
In Europe there is a growing fear of becoming a ’digital colony’ ruled by Silicon Valley, whose giant firms wield huge power over privacy – and like to avoid tax. Now regulators are striking back Within the salons of the Elysée Palace, along the corridors of the European parliament and under the glass dome of the (...)

A Letter to Our Readers - 14 août 2014
Amazon is involved in a commercial dispute with the book publisher Hachette , which owns Little, Brown, Grand Central Publishing, and other familiar imprints. These sorts of disputes happen all the time between companies and they are usually resolved in a corporate back room. But in this case, Amazon has done (...)

Tout comprendre du conflit entre Amazon et l’industrie du livre - 14 août 2014
La fronde du milieu de l’édition contre Amazon, géant de la distribution en ligne, a gagné en ampleur le week-end du 9 août, avec la publication aux Etats-Unis d’une lettre de protestation signée par 900 écrivains de renom. En France et ailleurs, les librairies « en dur » peinent à faire face à la concurrence de (...)

Why Is Amazon Squeezing Hachette ? Maybe It Really Needs the Money - 30 mai 2014
Over the course of nearly two decades, Amazon has hewed to a consistent philosophy : It’s all about the customer. The retailer is so devoted to its customers that it takes the profits that would normally go to shareholders and gives them to shoppers in the form of faster delivery and lower prices. It was a (...)

Steve Jobs Defied Convention, and Perhaps the Law - 3 mai 2014
If Steve Jobs were alive today, should he be in jail ? That’s the provocative question being debated in antitrust circles in the wake of revelations that Mr. Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, who is deeply revered in Silicon Valley, was the driving force in a conspiracy to prevent competitors from poaching employees. (...)

Derrière Samsung, Apple veut tuer Google - 3 mai 2014
Après le coup de tonnerre, l’onde de choc. En donnant raison vendredi 24 août à l’américain Apple dans sa guerre des brevets contre le sud-coréen Samsung (Le Monde daté 26-27 août), un tribunal californien rebat les cartes de la bataille mondiale des téléphones mobiles. Une décision dont les conséquences pourraient être (...)

FTC Notifies Facebook, WhatsApp of Privacy Obligations in Light of Proposed Acquisition - 23 avril 2014
The director of the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection notified Facebook and WhatsApp about their obligations to protect the privacy of their users in light of Facebook’s proposed acquisition of WhatsApp. In a letter to the two companies, Bureau Director Jessica Rich noted that WhatsApp has (...)

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WhatsApp annonce un demi-milliard d’utilisateurs - 23 avril 2014
Si WhatsApp était un pays, il serait situé en troisième position dans la liste des pays par population, juste derrière la Chine et l’Inde. L’application mobile spécialisée dans la messagerie instantanée compte en effet plus d’un demi-milliard d’utilisateurs dans le monde, selon les dernières informations fournies par (...)

Apple et Google s’entendaient pour éviter une augmentation des salaires - 21 avril 2014
64.000 travailleurs réclament un dédommagement aux géants de la technologie américains. Les grandes entreprises technologiques comme Apple, Google et Intel se sont régulièrement rencontrées ces dernières années pour éviter une lutte entre elles pour les meilleurs collaborateurs, rapporte le Wall Street Journal sur base de (...)

In Silicon Valley Thriller, a Settlement May Preclude the Finale - 21 avril 2014
After years of legal skirmishes, four leading Silicon Valley companies are scheduled to go on trial next month on claims of conspiring to keep their employees down. A 43-year-old programmer who helped set in motion a class-action lawsuit against the companies and became one of its five class representatives will (...)

Nike va arrêter le FuelBand et les accessoires connectés - 19 avril 2014
Nike va quitter le secteur des accessoires connectés, qui s’avère être de plus en plus concurrentiel. Mais si la marque de sport ne proposera plus de bracelets sportifs comme le FuelBand, il continuera de fournir des applications dédiées, comme Nike+ Running, en profitant des progrès dans les smartphones et les gadgets (...)

Weibo debut highlights complicated dance with Chinese censors - 18 avril 2014
Weibo Corp executives on Thursday toasted the Chinese social media firm’s debut at Nasdaq’s New York headquarters. Hours earlier in Beijing, Charles Xue, a Chinese-American venture capitalist and prominent Weibo user, celebrated a different kind of coming-out : his release after eight months in jail. The timing of (...)

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Twitter gnaque GNIP, analyste de données - 17 avril 2014
L’an dernier, Twitter s’était fait chiper Topsy, un service d’analyse du flux de messages publiés en 140 caractères, par Apple. Pour ne pas revivre ce moment de solitude, le réseau social a annoncé mercredi le rachat de Gnip, son premier client dans ce secteur clé de l’Internet des années à venir. Gnip agglomère, trie et (...)

The Steve Jobs email that outlined Apple’s strategy a year before his death - 7 avril 2014
In 2010, a year before his death, Steve Jobs outlined Apple’s strategy in an email to the company’s 100 most senior employees. He heralded the “Post PC era,” vowed “Holy War with Google,” promised to “further lock customers into our ecosystem,” and warned that Apple was “in danger of hanging on to old paradigm too long.” (...)