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Technology Insider

Apr 23, 2014

This Week's Top Story

This Week's Top Story - Amazon's Deal With HBO Leapfrogs Streaming Rivals

Amazon's Deal With HBO Leapfrogs Streaming Rivals

Amazon will be the first Internet-TV provider to stream HBO shows—if not new ones—by offering them on Instant Video and its Fire TV device

More Top Stories

Netflix Dips a Toe Into Higher Prices, Starting With New Subscribers

It's telling shareholders and customers it needs the increase to create more original content

A Quick Look at the Apple 'Spaceship'

Apple's new campus, designed by Stephen Behling and Sir Norman Foster, is raising some eyebrows

Will a Web-Only Mattress Startup Keep Serta and Sealy Up at Night?

Startup Casper bets it can sell foam-only bedding via a Web-only, direct-to-consumer business model

Comcast Turns Back Cord-Cutting Tide, Adds New Video Customers

Comcast, the biggest U.S. cable operator, topped Wall Street’s first-quarter sales and income forecasts after adding 24,000 video customers

Chardonnay Flour and Other Agricultural Tech, Brought to You by the USDA

The U.S. Department of Agriculture, which has long staffed its own labs, is establishing a privately run research branch

Why Google Is Sending Its Smartphones Into Space

Using custom-built smartphones, Google and NASA are developing smart robots to work on menial tasks at the International Space Station

Jeff Bezos's Net Worth Dives in 2014

Because Amazon shares dropped this year, Bezos has lost $6.3 billion so far, second only to Carlos Slim’s $6.5 billion decline

Nike's Fuelband Hits the Wall

Amid some layoffs, the company's experiment with a wrist-based fitness computer seems to be in peril

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