Have you done your ABCs with Google lately? Autocomplete for single letters tells us a few things about what's on our minds and who's top dog from A to Z.
Oracle could have innovated with Java instead of litigated, says CareZone co-founder and Sun's former CEO. Also: Why Amazon won at cloud computing, "Intel Inside" was a blip, and the Mac is back.
After an astonishingly arrogant putdown from New York Sen. Charles Schumer, Houston is left with a wooden replica of a space shuttle, while New York, gets a real one.
As Obama signs the JOBS Act into law, crowdfunding becomes legal and companies get more flexibility in going public. Here's the good and the bad.
Many who work at tech companies are the greatest critics of old-style corporate behavior. Yet, there they are wearing sweatshirts with their startup's name printed across their chests.
A survey by a Webcasting and virtual events company suggests that Houston tops the list of cities that execs would avoid for a conference or trade show. Los Angeles was second.
commentary Mark Hurd's career skyrocketed after he turned HP around, but two new reports illustrate how his reckless behavior involving a former actress endangered his company's reputation.
To build Glitch, the Flickr co-founder put together an impressive team of some of his earliest collaborators on the popular photo-sharing site.
Andrew Jackson wanted to take the U.S. back to its agrarian roots, which sounds eerily similar, and equally wrong, to what some free-software advocates want to do with open source.
We will soon see brokers of cloud services in the same way we saw brokers of time-sharing services back in the day of the mainframe.