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Facing the Mediterranean Sea, Saint-Tropez in the south of France was once a rustic fishing village.
11 hrs ago | The Washington Post
The American Federation of Teachers, which has won millions of dollars in grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will no longer accept foundation money for its Innovation Fund.
For many, open source is believed to be the future. If you aren't familiar, in basic terms, open source is software that is accompanied by free to distribute source code.
Most of what I know about Bill Gates is from the Dark Days of the Linux / Windows battles of the late 90's and early '00s.
And that dream may be close to realization. "In the future, when people are asked which companies are the most influential in the world, I want people to say Hampton Creek," says the co- founder of the San Francisco-based start- up.
There's no second guessing in my mind; CEO Satya Nadella needs to get tablet and mobile market share in order for Microsoft to find success in 2014.
Mom and Dad hoped you'd be an actress-and your brother a lawyer. Grandma and grandpa bought you Barbie and Easy Bake-your brother got K'Nex and a science kit.
Forbes Magazine recently released its billionaires list. The list of names is typical: Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and... Abigail Johnson? Who is this person and how did she get so rich? Abigail Johnson has an estimated net worth of $17.3 billion, which makes her the 50th richest person on the planet, and the 25th richest individual in the United ... (more)
Micky Arison, $6.5 billion, Bal Harbour Arison was CEO of Carnival Corp., the world's largest cruise operator, until June 2013.
If you've been around the tech profession for very long you might remember the early days of Microsoft software when software security was an afterthought because electronic felons were just cutting their teeth.
An often irreverent look at this week's other news, including a Windows 8.1 Update 1 leak, a better name for Update 1, some internal division over the Nokia purchase by Microsoft, the pending success of Windows 2-in-1 PCs, Microsoft pushes DirectX 12, and a key Sony executive mysteriously steps down in the midst of a PlayStation 4 victory lap.
Did you know that Bill Gates sold his very first computer program at age 17, which was a time-tabling system for his high school, for $4,200? Or, the rumor that he once spent $421-million on a Microsoft project to protect the Windows market share against Linux? Those are just some of the interesting things you'll find after the jump.
As international efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions stall, schemes to slow global warming using fantastical technologies once dismissed as a sideshow are getting serious consideration in Washington.