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Oracle could have innovated with Java instead of litigated, says CareZone co-founder and Sun's former CEO. Also: Why Amazon won at cloud computing, "Intel Inside" was a blip, and the Mac is back.
Yahoo's new CEO choice signals a sea change in the way women in Silicon Valley and the business world present themselves. But the stakes are high.
commentary The payments company was all about reassurances that a data loss problem was contained, but lacked any real contrition for allowing the breach in the first place.
The Web giant makes its videoconferencing service in Google+ easier to launch, giving users the opportunity to start a face-to-face chat directly from a post in the social-networking site.
We talk about HP's sneak-attack purchase of Palm; Comcast gets a dubious distinction; and we spend time with our favorite movie series "Back to the Future."
The head of the team that conquered the geolocation contest reveals the winning techniques and tells how the Internet can be harnessed to tackle real-world problems.
Jeff reviews Uncharted 2 and Brutal Legend, we run down 12 of the hottest geeky girls, and Justin chooses today's Beck's Beer Audio Draft Pick: Raisinhill!
Natali got a little flustered when we learned that AT&T is changing the subsidy so that folks who thought they would have to pay more might not have to. But it's OK: if you preordered, they'll refund the difference. So she calmed down eventually.
Spacewalker John Grunsfeld, operating on the Hubble Space Telescope, pulls off a dramatic repair, helping to bring a dead camera back to life.
In these post-Wall Street meltdown, post-Bernie Madoff, post-bailout times, the reception to another filthy rich dot-commie will be lukewarm, at best.