Lost in the mobile Flash hubbub is Adobe's big shift to cloud computing and software as a service.
Rumors are swirling about an "iPhone Nano," or a smaller, cheaper iPhone that Apple is readying. Trying to imagine how the iPhone could be smaller or more lightly featured and still worth buying is difficult.
Somehow we initially managed to misidentify one of the co-founders of Hewlett-Packard. His name is Bill Hewlett.
Companies in the relatively young tech industry haven't endured all that many transfers of power from iconic founders to new managers. Here are a few that have.
Microsoft's research chief talks about computing in rural India, the Kindle, and how your laptop is essentially a bomb that (hopefully) will never detonate.
Competition highlights special hurdles faced by start-ups attempting to provide clean technologies for people in developing nations.
Carbon trading is taking off, but what concrete results do these abstract markets achieve?
Microsoft's patent agreements with Linux distributors may have less to do with patents than with Office "standards," suggests Rik van Riel.
An Australian-made interactive online drama featuring a foxy DJ called Trixi will hit the Web on Monday.
State regulators say they'll take a "light touch" towards broadband over power lines