Kim Kardashian decides Instagram and Twitter are the best places to belittle Katie Couric for a supposedly fake baby gift. Interesting choice.
In other news...
The demand for so-called big data among business, government, and scientific leaders has been building for years. They can now turn to IT and say "make it so."
States and retail lobbyists say this just evens the playing field, but let's call it what it really is.
On CES panel, three tech leaders--Google's Marissa Mayer, Flickr founder Catarina Fake, and Padmasree Warrior of Cisco--talk about the issues women face in a field dominated by men.
An edict from the higher-ups to limit the rank and file's social media interaction leaves me wondering whether the brass realizes the import of that decision.
Maybe the debut of JavaFX will be the game changer that Sun hopes for. But the fragmentation in the mobile world won't make it easy.
Using the Internet to cut costs, James Macpherson's outsourcing gambit looks a lot less crazy than it seemed to many a year ago
The start-up's approach builds on standardized software stacks, and the company scales up available hardware resources as needed automatically.
As hardware gets more powerful, Sun expects the desktop version of Java to gradually replace the stripped-down mobile version. Will it un-fragment Java for gadgets?