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Ballmer jabs at VMware

At last night's Churchill Club event, Ballmer said you can't charge three times as much for software as for hardware if you want to make virtualization mainstream.

By September 26, 2008


Web 2.0 Expo: Don't worry, be app-y

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.

By April 1, 2009


Marc Benioff: From assembly programmer to software magnate

In this Super Techies interview, Marc Benioff discusses his early days in technology developing software games, his turn as a summer intern at Apple, working alongside Oracle founder Larry Ellison for 13 years, and the evolution of Salesforce.com.

By March 28, 2008


Dan Bricklin: From VisiCalc to WikiCalc

In this Super Techies video interview, the co-creator of the first digital spreadsheet offers his thoughts on software innovation past and present.

By April 4, 2008


Yahoo hopes developers don't pass 'Go'

CEO Jerry Yang shows off Yahoo Go 3.0, potential features in Yahoo Mail, and other mobile efforts at CES.

By January 7, 2008


Mossberg: Dell looking to become chic

Dell will get stylish, and Google may be going in too many directions, says the gadget writing king.

By November 27, 2007


Video: Plattner and Benioff on the future of enterprise software

Hasso Plattner, co-founder and chairman of SAP, and Marc Benioff, co-founder and CEO of Salesforce.com, lay out the future of enterprise software in this video clip.

By April 12, 2008


Linux losing to Windows

Linux's server growth is slowing vis-a-vis Windows server growth. The reasons are several, and the answer is clear: take on Microsoft directly.

By October 26, 2007


RSA 2009: Security pros stay on message

The RSA Conference brings security specialists together in San Francisco to talk about the latest developments in protecting consumers and businesses online.

By April 24, 2009


Web 2.0 Summit: Where tech worlds collide

roundup Software makers, social networks, and even hardware makers shake hands and link their products at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco.

By October 22, 2009