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Famed investor Paul Graham of Y Combinator says he can't make sense of Microsoft's purchase of Skype.
Over a year after the debut, Google TV's failure to launch is clearer when lined up side-by-side with the other top streaming video boxes at the "Streaming Media East" conference in New York.
Despite constant fears in the cable industry of cord cutting and great hope among potential disruptors, little evidence of that happening was cited by industry leaders speaking this week at "Streaming Media East" online video industry conference in New York.
To fortify the profit walls from the charging masses of online content creators and aggregators,Time Warner's HBO is counting on the newly released HBO GO app to hold onto subscribers.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Toshiba's newest Portege notebook lacks some key items but for the rice is a great solution.
LAS VEGAS (TheStreet) Toshiba unveils its Android tablet at CES 2011. The new tablet doesn't have a name or release date better than "Spring 2011" but Toshiba hopes to launch it with Android 3.0.
Verizon announced new smartphones, tablets and 4G plans Thursday. Read a recap of TheStreet's live coverage.
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Asus unveiled a host of tablets at CES Tuesday evening. Here's a roundup.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) Zagg's Q3 earnings beat estimates and guidance and the company is now adding an iPad Bluetooth case and keyboard to its lineup. Derek Smith of Zagg gives us a first look at the new Zaggmate case named a CES Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree.