Brendan Eich stepping down as CEO solves Mozilla's immediate publicity problem, but many are torn about consequences of losing him as a leader and free-speech implications.
Nothing goes up forever. After a sharp run-up in Apple's stock the last couple of weeks, investors sit on their hands after iPad rollout.
Soon-to-be-former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer -- never one to hide his feelings for the firm he's worked at for decades -- once again gives us a video moment to remember.
Google is going back to being a completely neutral partner in smartphones, which is music to the Android leader's ears.
Shares ever so briefly slip down past the $400 mark Wednesday as some investors fret over signs of potential weakness for the iPhone maker.
Both Chrome and Safari will move faster when uncoupled from each other, Google argues. But it's not just about technology: Social issues also factored into the schism.
The company has so far only reached out to investment banks to see what it would take to bring its shares public.
Dave Methvin, a leader of the influential jQuery programming tool, says WebKit is plagued with old bugs. He's not optimistic Opera will help improve the browser situation.
The company gripes to the Australian parliamentary intelligence committee that it was banned from the national broadband network project without being told why.
The chipmaker's shares drop in after-hours trading amid a weak forecast for current-quarter earnings, yet Qualcomm still reports healthy projections for the full year.