Josh Kopelman may have hit the nail on the head with his prediction of the "implicit Internet." For whatever it's worth, I hope he's dead wrong--though he isn't.
eMarketer revises downward its projections for social network ad spending this year in the U.S.
Excluding its flash memory business, which it had already admitted was off, Intel posted a solid first quarter and said global PC demand appears healthy.
Its yearly profits will be lower than initially expected due to falling flash memory prices, and the shut down of its HD DVD business, the company says.
New report lowers projections for online ad spending in the U.S. due to soft economy and advertisers not flocking to social networks.
Silicon Valley gets an earful from a former U.S. Treasury head who cautions that the economy has already slipped into recession.
Sales of high-end digital cameras grew 42 percent in 2007, but that figure is expected to dip to 9 percent by 2010.
Computer models of a rainfall oscillation pattern can give a glimpse into weather patterns one to three weeks in the future, according to a NASA scientist.
AccuWeather.com announces a Google Maps add-on to let you glance at a three-day weather forecast while asking for directions.
WeatherBug adds iPhone and iPod Touch capability to its already extensive list of weather apps for desktop and mobile.