Monday, October 12, 2015

Editor's Pick: Common Bonds: Jobs, Torvalds and Bad Behavior

Rob Enderle
Oct 12, 2015 5:00 AM PT
Steve Jobs was almost tragically insecure, though he didn't need to be. There's speculation it was a combination of his being adopted and not finishing his degree, while having tons of subordinates who were far better educated. The more insecure people are, the more likely they are to act out and treat others badly. Also, the lower the perceived status, the more likely a person is to abuse others. [More...]

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Sony Shears PS4's Price
Sony last week knocked $50 off the price of the PS4, putting it on par with the $349 Xbox. A cost cut also went into effect in Canada, where the price dropped from the recommended CA$449.99 to $429.99. Touting upcoming multiplatform games Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and Star Wars: Battlefront, SCEA CEO Shawn Layden said there never has been a better time to pick up the PS4. [More...]
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