As part of a publicity campaign for his book, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange did one of Reddit’s “Ask Me Anything” group interviews, and talked about Bitcoin, Google and its chairman Eric Schmidt, and what the U.S. should do about the terrorist group ISIS
We caught up with Dave Lester, soon-to-be graduate of UC Berkeley’s School of Information and a web developer who told us about his drone hacking project, the importance of code integration, and his upcoming foray into open source at Twitter.
Internet radio stream aggregator TuneIn took $16 million investment this summer. Why does it need the money? To improve discovery and build out an ad-supported Netflix of radio, CEO John Donham tells paidContent.
Ahead of receiving his knighthood from the Queen, Apple’s British design chief Jonathan Ive has given a rare interview to the U.K.’s Daily Telegraph, outlining some of his thoughts and feelings on how the company’s products achieve a “sense of care.”
The chief of one of the publishers with most magazines on iPad wants to make more of them interactive and start licensing his production tools to rivals, after selling half a million Newsstand titles in six months.
GigaOM recently had the chance to sit down with Nokia CEO Stephen Elop. Here’s what Elop had to say about the company’s phone strategy, the decision to partner with Microsoft instead of Google, how U.S. carrier negotiations are proceeding and what tablet plans Nokia may have.
Apple co-founders Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne spoke to Emily Chang in a combined video interview on Bloomberg TV late Thursday, and the result provides some insight into how Apple got started, Wozniak’s thoughts on the turnaround, and where the company might be headed next.
Working remotely sometimes means getting hired remotely – which often means nailing a video interview. Whether it’s over Skype or some other tech, communicating qualifications and reading the interviewer’s body language through the barrier of a lens can be a challenge. So how can you ensure success?
We no longer live in a world where you’re likely to land a dream job with just a snazzy resume; employers now want hard evidence that you know your stuff and can deliver great results. Here are some tips to help you land that dream job.
I had a chance this week to talk with a few developers about the Mac App Store and what the launch yesterday means for their business. The general feeling is one of optimism, and even excitement, at the opportunities that the store presents.