Amazon is developing a smartphone with a 3-D screen.
An employee is suing Intel, after having a “Kick Me” sign stuck to his back (and being kicked, allegedly, in the butt, as as result).
Hedge fund manager Philip Falcone has agreed to at least a two-year SEC ban from raising new capital.
YouTube is starting a paid subscription service.
Tesla Motors will stop releasing how many reservations exist for Tesla’s cars at the end of each quarter, saying it’s “no longer a meaningful metric.”
Hertz did pretty well as a PE-controlled company.
For $300, a Utah company can recover vanished Snapchats.
How the Syrian Electronic Army hacked The Onion (no joke).
Looking for a cozy, 13,000-square-foot home in Aspen? Billionaire investor John Paulson is selling his for $30 million.
Meet the 2013 Class of “20 Under 20” Thiel (as in Peter) Fellows.
Photo: Visitors stand in front of a logo of YouTube at the YouTube Space Tokyo, operated by Google, in Tokyo February 14, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Shohei Miyano