roundup Everyone who's got cybersecurity on the brain--politicians, Web giants, and security vendors alike--are descending on RSA this week.
roundup Software makers, social networks, and even hardware makers shake hands and link their products at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco.
At the annual developer forum, Intel shows off what it can do with silicon and what to look forward to from systems built around its chips.
If you talk to your favorite telecommunications company, you find them concentrating on how they will compete in cloud infrastructure, platform and software services.
Financiers and entrepreneurs try to get a read on how climate policies will take shape, while technology to concentrate wind to make more power is picking up.
roundup The search giant rallies attendees at the developer conference around the next generation of Web technologies, in which the browser will become the desktop.
The RSA Conference brings security specialists together in San Francisco to talk about the latest developments in protecting consumers and businesses online.
roundup Annual conference of Web innovators may be smaller this year, but it's still a place for big ideas, with a particular focus on mobile applications and solid business plans.
At the GreenNet conference in San Francisco, Ethernet co-inventor Bob Metcalfe talks about Internet principles that should be applied to building a "smart" energy grid.
Netbook processor roadmap extends all the way to 2010 with the 32-nanometer generation of silicon.