Nokia's Mix Radio music service will be an important product to Microsoft, explains Nokia's VP of entertainment in an interview with CNET
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales says the user-generated encyclopedia is losing volunteer contributors, and must simplify its editing procedures.
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A core feature of the new Google+ service is Circles, which makes it drag-and-drop easy to build "circles" of friends in the browser. Meet Andy Hertzfeld, the man behind Circles--and the original Mac.
Joining Microsoft's Most Valuable Professional program is a new annual award aimed at recognizing the people who spend time contributing time and content to the company's community sites.
Twitter is launching a small test of a new business-oriented feature called "Contributors." Might this signal the impending launch of Twitter business accounts?
Intel is quickly climbing the ranks of Linux kernel contributors, perhaps angling to hedge against its dependence on Microsoft.
The tech news aggregator's pay-by-contributing model could be instructive for other Web businesses.
Red Hat dominates Linux kernel development, but does Canonical show other ways to contribute?
For those hoping to contribute to the Linux kernel in their spare time, Linus Torvalds has a terse response: "Think again."