Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer to answer $38 billion question
Mayer has made strides reviving Yahoo's business, but many shareholders care less about the Internet pioneer's core products than they do about its huge assets in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba, which went public in September.
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Wolverton: New TV tech focuses on better picture
After spending years super-sizing televisions, connecting them to the Internet, bumping up their resolution multiple times and dabbling with 3D images, TV makers now seem to think that the way to improve the boob tube — and sell more sets at higher prices — is by having them display a better-looking picture.
Will our smart gadgets become trusted or oppressive companions?
As we turn more of our decision-making over to smart devices, they will evolve into our personal confidants and counselors, determining everything from the time we wake up and clothes we wear to the music we listen to and route we take to work.
The podcast phenomenon: Why we're falling in love with listening in
Podcasts offer listeners a universe of ways to be informed, enlightened and entertained.
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Alan Ladd Jr.'s wife says Bill Cosby raped her
Cindra Ladd becomes the latest woman to raise sexual assault allegations against the legendary comedian; she claims Cosby drugged and assaulted her in 1969 when she was 21.