Gambling that Apple will introduce the iPad 5 next week, Gumdrop Cases has already started producing cases based on leaked specs.
Department of Energy plans to invest $60 million in research as part of an effort to reduce cost of solar in U.S. and reach six cents per kilowatt-hour by decade's end.
In an interview, Obama says loan guarantees to energy technology companies like Solyndra are necessary to compete internationally and support U.S. manufacturing.
In the late 1990s when Apple was on the brink of collapse, tech entrepreneur Michael Oh stuck with Apple over Microsoft because of Steve Jobs' leadership and vision.
For the $8.5 billion acquisition to work, Microsoft doesn't need to make more money off Skype. It just needs to make sure that its existing products are better than offerings from rivals.
Hollywood could have snubbed Netflix, ditched Hulu and stuck with traditional distribution. Instead, they're licensing content for Web TV and taking on former partners, including theaters owners.
If Yahoo is to return to prominence as an Internet industry player, much of that comeback will be authored by content publishers in LA, not developers in Silicon Valley.
With Yahoo counting on cloud computing to accelerate development, a behind-the-scenes IT guy like Shelton Shugar moves into the spotlight.
Redmond has found secure development skills in a number of partners, including a small Massachusetts company named Security Innovation.
If the company is going to do a partial deal for Yahoo's search business, the thinking is that it will be easier to hammer out an accord while Jerry Yang is still in charge.