Perhaps there's not one business model that is always right, but rather a phased approach to licensing that changes as one's need to monetize the software changes.
Costa Mesa, Calif., is considering suing Time Warner Cable for what the city says is poor service.
After a mysterious two-hour outage Friday, Amazon.com's Web site again goes down on Monday, this time for users in both the United States and United Kingdom.
More common after 10.5.3, but may also occur on prior OS iterations.
Michael Zimbalist, vice president of R&D at The New York Times Co., describes how the newspaper company is finding ways to link print and online in the mobile arena.
A new layer in the Google Earth software shows headlines related to the region you're visiting with the geographic software.
The software maker continues its Vista PR campaign. It's message to businesses: move now, save money, and avoid pain later. But what about Windows 7?
Here's the full text of a letter Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer wrote Saturday to Yahoo's board of directors threatening a proxy fight and lower bid if Yahoo doesn't make a decision about Microsoft's offer in three weeks.
Portelligent president David Carey provides a quick rundown on the key components in the XO-1 from One Laptop Per Child in EE Times.
It seems that Netflix is harboring the secrets of human affinity, without revealing what they actually are. It's time for this secretive company to come clean.