Everybody’s a Curator: Flipboard’s Mike McCue Talks About New Version of Social Magazine (Video)

I made a magazine about Pop-Tarts. Anyone have a problem with that?

Marissa’s Million-Dollar Bonus, YouTube’s Money Woes and Cellphone Unlocking: The AllThingsD Week in Review 3/03/13 — 3/09/13

The Top 10 stories of the week, in one convenient serving.

Yahoo Gets Googley Q&A Tool at Friday FYI and Uses It to Ask About Exec Accountability and Leaks

Here’s my question for Mayer’s new query machine: When do I get my free lunch?

Exclusive: Japan’s Rakuten Wins the Heart of Pinterest in $100M Funding Race With $1.5B Valuation

The largest e-commerce site in Japan is about to get pinned by Ben Silbermann in massive funding round.

Flipboard CEO McCue Likely to Step Down From Twitter Board Over Potential Future Conflicts (Or Closer Cooperation)

There is a growing feeling that the social communications companies are on a product collision course, with a possible troubled or perhaps more attractive result.

At CES, Control Your Computer Screen With Your “Gaze”

Mouse? Trackpad? Touchscreen? Who needs them? Just use your eyeballs!

Yahoo’s Product Runway: Are You In or Out?

I am here at Yahoo HQ in Sunnyvale, Calif., to check out “Product Runway,” which is the Silicon Valley Internet giant’s attempt to show that it can still innovate.

Spooking Flipboard: Yahoo’s Livestand — Followed by Google’s Propeller — Set to Launch Next Week

Memo to Flipboard, Pulse, CNN’s Zite and AOL’s Editions: You might want to make some room in the crowded news and social reader space — you’re about to get some bigfoot company.

Loeb on Yahoo Board: I’ve Looked at Clowns From Both Sides Now

Hedge fund tough guy Daniel Loeb unloads on Yahoo, after it hung up on him. With more than five percent of the company — big mistake. Biiiiiig mistake.

Irony Alert: Microsoft Files Formal Complaint Against Google With EC

Microsoft’s legal eagle Brad Smith didn’t even bother to pretend the software giant’s filing of a formal antitrust complaint against Google with the European Commission wasn’t a wee bit ironic. Wrote Smith in a blog post late last night: “There of course will be some who will point out the irony in today’s filing.” You think?

RIM Buys Android UI Gurus

Palm, Qualcomm Chiefs Weigh Wireless Future

Windows Phone 7: It’s Now or Never