If you're an early adopter willing to forget everything you know about navigating a computer, the Surface tablet could replace your laptop. Everyone else: wait for more apps.
Not long ago, Jonathan Zittrain wrote about the possibility that cloud computing would stifle software innovation. Is "business execution" vendor SuccessFactors a counterexample to that claim?
Online video gives innovators a market to prove that critics are wrong in saying open-source software is a commodifying force.
Hsiao-Wuen Hon of Microsoft's Beijing research lab says the tech world should get ready for a transition from "made in China" to "innovated in China."
Open source makes innovation a two-way street between vendors and customers.
In this installment, Willem Boijens, Senior User Experience Manager at Vodafone in Dusseldorf, Germany, takes on our questions. Willem has had a wide variety of roles at Vodafone and has seen the large wireless services company from many angles. In his cu
This installment of thoughts on innovation comes from Brooks Protzmann. Brooks is the Manager of Visual Identity and the Brand Experience team as part of the Experience Design Group at Dell Inc. in Austin, Texas. He is responsible for the product-focused
The Economist has a special report on innovation in this week's issue, and it's good to see the magazine recognizing what is probably the most important current trend in this space: open innovation.
Amazon's cloud dominance has been driven by user needs and a lack of dynamism from legacy vendors.
At All Things D's big D10 tech conference, the intensity and innovation of Steve Jobs still reverberates from his six appearances at the show in years past.