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Shortly after the news of Steve Jobs’ death spread around the world via Twitter, Facebook and other social media, so did his 2005 Stanford commencement speech. Why? Because in his speech, Jobs took a somber moment to talk about his impending death and the importance of...

MG Siegler has been writing for TechCrunch since 2009. He covers the web, mobile, social, big companies, small companies, essentially everything. And Apple. A lot. We felt his well written piece regarding Steve Jobs recent resignation from Apple was worth posting. Take a look below:     [caption id="attachment_2119"...

The folks at Boston based marketing software developer HubSpot have put together a fantastic presentation featuring a bunch of quotes from some of the brightest marketing minds around. From Apple's Steve Jobs to Zappos' Tony Hsieh to Benjamin Franklin, they've all had some valuable insights...

Apple has introduce their next generation Operating System called Lion. With over 250 new features including Multi-Touch Gestures, Mission Control, full-screen apps and Launch Pad, OS X Lion will further extended the universal functionality of Apple's already vibrant product ecosystem. And now for the...

Apple today released a new television commercial for the iPad 2, taking a philosophical approach to focus on the experience of using the device rather highlighting its technical capabilities or specific features. At our Monday Morning team meeting, many VentureDNA team members liked the new...

At the recent World Wide Developer Conference WWDC, Apple announced the pending release of iOS 5 expected sometime this fall. The new mobile operating software for iPhones, iPads and iTouch devices has over 200 new features — taking a mobile operating system that was already...

VentureDNA Media Player CHICAGO – May 20, 2011. Governor Pat Quinn today launched the Illinois Innovation Network (IIN) to give our entrepreneurs the resources needed to build and grow their businesses and create more jobs. The IIN, which includes business and educational leaders, is the first...

Published in the New York Times:  May 19, 2011 By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER and JULIE BOSMAN  Since April 1, Amazon sold 105 books for its Kindle e-reader for every 100 hardcover and paperback books, including books without Kindle versions and excluding free e-books.  “We had high hopes that this would happen eventually, but we...

Kevin Tofel from Gigamon reports this week whether you Love it or hate it, Google’s Android platform continues to storm the mobile market and is now seeing 350,000 device activations per day. The company shared this datapoint on its quarterly earnings call last night, which puts...