Infrastructure 2.0 is a movement to address issues with today's core network infrastructure in addressing the dynamic, automated nature of operations models like cloud computing.
The company upgrades its cloud storage service with a solution that could compete with Microsoft's Live Mesh and data synchronization start-ups like SugarSync.
Symantec says threat could be precursor to attacks on industrial control systems much like Stuxnet was.
Digg CEO Jay Adelson surprises the audience by announcing a revamped version of the service with a big slate of new features.
Cloud computing would have happened anyway. But the recession has given IT a more pressing reason to consider making the switchover.
Using Twitter and Facebook to spread awareness and raise funds is all the rage, but will the space become so diluted that individual groups' effectiveness is undermined?
The Facebook Android app today makes the jump to version 2.0, and now that it is written entirely in native code, it should be faster than ever before.
What Web service would you like to see someone make? Send your idea and it might just get built.
Dave McClure claims that the future of the Web belongs to those who control search; content; user log-ins and passwords; friend lists and address books; and payment systems.
Two of today's greatest innovators in transportation and electricity consumption chat at this year's Web 2.0 Summit. Find out what, or if, you'll be driving in 2014.