Ex-movie theater projectionist Steve Guttenberg covers high-end audio news and reviews.
Tentative deal between iPhone maker and Beats is reportedly in the works and could be one of Apple's biggest buys yet.
With Steve Ballmer taking his final laps as CEO, Microsoft turns in a quarter that surprises both on revenue and sales. Stock soars after hours.
An overwhelming number of shareholders vote in favor of selling Nokia's Devices business.
Microsoft is paying $1.2 billion for Yammer and is folding the enterprise social networking vendor into its Office division.
In a post meant to have been private but posted publicly (to Google+), Steve Yegge expresses deep frustrations about the Google+ platform, suggesting that very few people at Google even understand platforms.
At Day 2 of the developer confab, Google announces Android 2.2, support for Flash Player 10.1, and Google TV--which steals the show.
This is the one you've been waiting for. Come back here Thursday at 8:30 a.m. PDT for live coverage of the second day of Google I/O, which is supposed to be all about Android.
TechCrunch reckons that NEA's 14th fund may be the largest in venture capital history.
Google's chairman decides that today is the time to finally post some wisdoms on his own company's social networking hotbed. It seems odd that it coincides with one of his own engineers accidentally posting highly critical comments on the site.
On this week's show, a moment of silence for Dennis Ritchie, the father of the C programming language and co-creator of Unix. Another moment of silence for RIM, and the three-day silence of BlackBerry's email servers. Come ON, RIM. Keep it together! Also, Galaxy Nexus announcement coming Oct. 27? And Facebook wants to own your data for serious--like "it's a trade secret now" serious.