A new manifesto from an ad-blocking company Eyeo tries to build support for the idea that some ads are OK. That's good for its business, since big advertisers pay to get on its whitelist.
His controversial North Korea junket behind him, Eric Schmidt heads to a country that Reporters Without Borders last year listed as an "enemy of the Internet."
Apple's chief professes his love for Apple and desire to do everything he can to make sure the company achieves its highest potential and avoids internal politics.
Benioff: "Are you and your company going through a social revolution? It will denote who is successful and who will fail."
At the location of Germany's largest trade fair, 4,000 people a year learn robotic manufacturing from VW trainers who hope suppliers will improve quality.
Facebook is hiring a political outreach manager to spread the gospel of Instagram on Capitol Hill.
A supercharged Salesforce CEO came out on stage at the company's annual conference seeking to maintain his crown as the Pied Piper of cloud-based software.
At Google I/O, search giant will tout its work to make the Internet a better foundation for applications and browsers better at running them. Plus: a new Android SDK?
At the Interop conference in Las Vegas, Cisco CEO John Chambers talks about the need for businesses to increase productivity by implementing Web 2.0 tools such as wikis, mashups, and virtual conferencing. He also explains how Cisco used Web 2.0 principles
Chambers at Interop: The future of business is Web 2.0