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.
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!"
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?
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.
Odds & Ends: Goliath for iDisk; Peak install glitch?;
The star of "This is the End" and "The Green Hornet" will help turn the classic battle between '90s video game giants Sega and Nintendo into a cinematic thriller.
I've not kept my love for our Seat Leon secret, and neither has anyone else who's driven it. It's a real pleasure to chuck about, but lately I've been wondering what it's actually capable of when the rules of the road are relinquished for a damp runway. In Essex.
Cars are getting smarter, but they're also getting fragmented, with each manufacturer offering a separate setup for smartphone connectivity. Here's an update on how Ford is trying to bring the industry together.
Apple maps leading drivers onto an Alaskan airport taxiway is too much for Nokia's mocking tweeters to resist.
A new patent reveals Microsoft has plans for some augmented reality spectacles for its games console.