The great counter-factual scenario: What if proponents of an Internet-centric strategy had won the day and what if the courts had not overturned a judge's order to break up Microsoft?
On the eve of Samsung's big Galaxy S4 launch, Apple's marketing head decides that it's time to talk trash. Expect more of the same for 2013.
Larson-Green, a corporate VP in Windows, is taking over for Windows President Steven Sinofsky, who has left the company.
By arguing that programming interfaces called APIs can be copyrighted, Oracle could trigger new legal burdens for technology companies -- such as those building cloud-computing platforms.
Unless this is part of a bigger blood feud, the sides may very well decide to split the difference and cut a deal.
For some, it was a banner year marked by accomplishment and new vistas. For others, 2011 turned into annus horribilis.
On October 22, the 1197 event will bring enthusiasts and experts together to talk about how to best use Apple's smartphone as a camera. CNET will be on hand.
Microsoft's former No. 3 executive, Paul Maritz, is using some of the strategies developed at the software giant to turn VMware into a platform player. His toughest rival: Microsoft.
Marking the end of an era, Jobs steps down as CEO of the iconic company he co-founded. COO Tim Cook, Jobs' fill-in during three medical leaves, will take over the reins.
The 4G wireless provider has promoted its Chief Operating Officer Erik Prusch to president and CEO.