Kidnappers used to make ransom notes with letters cut out of magazines. Now, notes simply pop up on your computer screen, except the hostage is your PC.
Rachel Crosby speaks about her BlackBerry phone the way someone might speak of an embarrassing relative.
There in Yahoo's quarterly financial report on Tuesday —Marissa Mayer's first day as CEO — was the basic problem she faces.
His audience this Monday morning, a Who’s Who of Wall Street heavy-hitters, with untold billions to command, shifts in its seats. Papers rustle. BlackBerrys buzz. Cue Zuckerberg and — Wait: where the heck is Zuck?
Seventy-two hours before Facebook's big moment, Sheryl K Sandberg was half a world away, hobnobbing with the likes of Bill Gates and the Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Fans haven't heard a tweet from these celebrities in months.
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