Warren Buffett's latest round of one-liners
Speaking in Washington, DC, the investor noted (on the subject of women being kept out of business and public policy for much of America's history): "Look at how far the country came using half of its talent. Think of what we can do using all of it."
Twitter changes its direct-message policy
And that could lead to a bit of spam if you're not careful
Mark Zuckerberg buys out the neighbors
Facebook's founder wishes not to become a tourist attraction, apparently
Apple gets its space-saucer world headquarters
They're building it in Cupertino, California, where the city council just approved the plans for the enormous, heavily-stylized campus
All copy, no originality
Chinese cities are being built as intentional replicas of other world cities. Ironically, this copycat behavior is happening at the same time as Chinese cash is being used to buy up lots of real "original" assets elsewhere.