Tech industry Brainstorms

Tech's movers and shakers gather at the Fortune Brainstorm: Tech conference to mull tech topics such as content and capital.

Tech's movers and shakers gather at the Fortune Brainstorm: Tech conference to mull tech topics such as content and capital.

Ashton Kutcher: Twitter will change media

Plus, "aplusk" says that it offers him a way to reach the same audience that a studio would spend tens of millions of dollars to reach through traditional advertising.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 24, 2009 11:29 AM PDT

HP plans electronic whiteboarding tool

The PC-to-PC conferencing solution will allow people to video conference and write on their screens, Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd said Friday.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 24, 2009 10:59 AM PDT

Sprint CEO: We're glad we waited on Android

Speaking at Brainstorm: Tech, Dan Hesse said that the first version wasn't ready for prime time. Also, he says Palm Pre returns not as high as everyone thinks.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 24, 2009 10:21 AM PDT

Diller: We're not really deal junkies

InterActiveCorp CEO says that he's not really a big believer in synergies, but says the Ask.com search business and Citysearch local unit aren't big enough to stand on their own yet.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 24, 2009 9:34 AM PDT

Twitter still doesn't have a head of sales

But, in a speech at the Brainstorm: Tech conference, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone insists that the company knows what it is doing.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 23, 2009 6:00 PM PDT

PayPal will be bigger than eBay.com, CEO says

However, the shift will probably take four to six years, says John Donahoe in a talk at the Brainstorm: Tech conference.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 23, 2009 2:07 PM PDT

News Corp.'s Miller: MySpace needs a culture shift

The once-dominant social network needs to find its way, News Corp. digital chief Jonathan Miller says. But the path back to glory is about spotting new trends, not playing catch-up.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 23, 2009 11:03 AM PDT

AT&T chief: iPhone won't be exclusive forever

Randall Stephenson says that overall the company's relationship with Apple is strong, but that it isn't reasonable to think it will have the exclusive in perpetuity.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 23, 2009 10:11 AM PDT

AOL trying to find 'white spaces' on the Internet

CEO Tim Armstrong continues his road show, aiming to make the case that the Internet pioneer still has a strong future.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 23, 2009 9:39 AM PDT

Digital music suffering from entrepreneur drain

With few digital music start-ups producing meaningful returns, many investors and entrepreneurs have moved on, leaving the industry largely to fend for itself.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 23, 2009 9:11 AM PDT

Andreessen explains his move to venture capital

The Netscape executive-turned-venture capitalist addressed the crowd at Fortune's Brainstorm: Tech conference on why he decided to become a money man.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 22, 2009 6:27 p.m. PDT

Disney's Iger: Content need not be free

People will pay for online content, the Disney CEO insists during the opening talk at the Fortune Brainstorm: Tech conference.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 22, 2009 3:47 p.m. PDT

Can IT help build smart cities?

In a panel at Fortune's Brainstorm, leaders see potential but also a need for the IT industry to change its business model and more.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 22, 2009 4:55 p.m. PDT

Mars rover lands at Brainstorm

Speaking at Fortune's tech conference, the head of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory defends the value of space exploration.
(Posted in Beyond Binary by Ina Fried)
July 22, 2009 4:21 p.m. PDT
 

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