The premiere of HBO's most anticipated series offered naivete, brutality, hope and despair. No, we're not talking about "Game of Thrones." We're talking about Mike Judge's "Silicon Valley."
The Korean electronics maker also says Apple has exaggerated its patent claims and is asking for much more money than is reasonable.
During a Churchill Club discussion, Microsoft's CEO offers observations on his former lieutenant and on Windows 8, as well as Apple and Google.
Julius Genachowski says at Web 2.0 Summit that roadblocks to the overhaul of U.S. broadband infrastructure could deal blow to business innovation. (Attention, Google and Verizon.)
Acer's Revo 100 finally addresses the home theater PC input dilemma.
Unlike its rivals, Apple was willing to swallow hard and ultimately doom one of its traditional cash cows.
For some, it was a banner year marked by accomplishment and new vistas. For others, 2011 turned into annus horribilis.
Virginia Rometty will take over for Sam Palmisano effective Jan. 1. Now women run both HP and IBM.
There are several life lessons in the way Steve Jobs started Apple, then left, came back, ran the company, launched products, and disrupted several industries. All of us in technology--or indeed in any business--can learn from them.
CEO Reed Hastings issues an apology for the way the company handled recent pricing changes, but it's his other announcement--that Netflix is splitting off its DVD business--that surprises and dismays many.