The Internet of things starts at home: Marvell at CES introduces a chipset for networking appliances and LED bulbs wirelessly.
CNET takes a look at the digital doodads and software trickling into homes to make them more energy efficient. Just don't ask these gadgets to order your groceries.
HP's Photosmart B110a printer shows the direction printers will take as the Internet pervades everything electronic. Too bad about the driver software.
Cisco is using its dominance in network router gear to make a strong play for the heart of Linux-based server computing.
Bandwidth.com's strategy of investing in the open-source FreePBX telephony project seems to be paying great dividends.
Cisco is putting $100,000 behind its efforts to kill Windows.
Adobe Systems is considering whether to invite users to mash up Photoshop and other applications in the next Creative Suite to make Flash widgets.
Software worms have become the weapons of choice for vandals to spread their latest creations, surpassing all malicious-code predecessors in popularity.
Cisco Systems is endorsing software from four vendors to boost employee productivity through online, self-service applications.
Sun's Solaris chief preaches the gospel of Java and the opportunity to make big bucks in software for non-PC devices.