Upstart punks fly rings around established company CEOs at exclusive tech confab.
Apple's ongoing copyright infringement dispute with Mac clone maker Psystar has all but wrapped up with a big message to clone makers: "Don't even try!"
Open source is doing well. But to thrive, commercial open-source software may need a Goliath or two to provide exits and funding for start-ups.
It's a common myth that open source can't innovate, but open-source Java company SpringSource proves that open source can lead an industry, not follow it.
What is that makes market leaders suddenly frightened of much smaller competitors? Is it something they know about their competitors? Or is it something they know about themselves?
The business gurus who brought you the Innovator's Dilemma have some advice for green-tech pros: think niche, start slow.
News.com's Charles Cooper says that tech behemoths can write big checks to secure future prosperity, but it's the small start-ups that are doing the more impressive development work.
The search world is filled with Davids flinging stones at Google's Goliath. DuckDuckGo and Blekko, two engines fighting the search giant, may stand the best chances of hitting their mark.
Widows and widowers of Google employees will get half their partners' salaries for 10 years, the search goliath has revealed.
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