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Another week, another episode of "Why Isn't This News?" -- the web show that asks the question "why don't they buy a damn microphone?" but stubbornly refuses to answer it.
Barry Diller's IAC is testing the waters on a partial exit of Vimeo, according to two sources familiar with the situation. The company is hoping to raise a $50 million round of funding in conjunction with a spin off of the hipster online video business.
Et tu, David Carr?
Yesterday, Samsung debuted another aggressive ad against Apple during the Super Bowl. The ad in question pushes Samsung's latest-and-greatest: The Samsung Galaxy Note. While we could go into the details on why the Galaxy Note isn't a true competitor of the iPhone’s, we won't. Instead, let's try to understand what Samsung is thinking.
Simplee has a simple goal: simplifying healthcare and reducing costs. It does this by electronically managing complex healthcare bills, and distilling the information into simpler pieces. Whether it is tracking the bills, managing costs, helping the user pay the bills, or finding the right plans and services, Simplee is the one-stop shop for healthcare simplification
Wealthfront continues to fight the New York-based, suited-up wealth management zombies with the thing Silicon Valley does best: Technology. The online financial company is making a big push to get the business of newly minted Valley millionaires.
Nick Bilton wants his fifty bucks. The New York Times tech writer figures that's his share of Facebook's $100 billion valuation -- based on his own contribution to the "poking, liking and sharing on the site".
“I’m sorry, sweetie. I just need a few more minutes on the computer; then I can play with you.”
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