Met the neighbors for the first time who were out on their porch. Not all is bad.
@tapbot_paul, mobile designer: Yahoo fired its CEO via a phone call, they were going to use Yahoo Messenger but couldn’t find anyone with it installed.
Americans have long regarded Congress, with its hyper-partisanship and gridlock, as ineffectual. But it might be having a bigger impact than people think — and not in a good way.
As Reuters writes this morning, “there is a growing body of evidence that Congress is actually hurting the…
In terms of crushing consumer confidence, the debt ceiling debate has had nearly double the impact of 9/11 according to Public Opinion Strategies’ Bill McInturff’s analysis.
This morning, Decoder riffed on how Capitol Hill’s very public infighting has, by its very intransigence, helped…
Smartphones make up 40% of all mobile phones in the U.S.
According to data from Nielsen, 40% of mobile users over 18 in the United States now carry a smartphone. Android carries a 40% share of those smartphone owners, follwed by Apple at 28% and RIM falling to 19%. Windows Mobile users still far exceed Windows Phone 7 users at a 7:1 ratio.
Under the fold is perhaps the more interesting bit: Amongst those who plan on getting a smartphone in the future, more intend to purchase Android phones than iPhones.
- 25 highly paid CEOs earn more than their company’s income taxes source
» The high cost of big loopholes? The angst you may have had or heard the past few years about corporate tax loopholes and decadent executive pay comes home to roost nicely in this study by the Institute for Policy…