As interest in the start-up world has grown and the attendance at many annual conferences has swelled, this one has stayed static. But here's why that might be a good thing--if the conference organizers know how to handle it.
The Web 2.0 Summit conference in San Francisco made plenty of attendees and speakers nervous about the level of ill will in the Valley these days. But here's a thought: Isn't that just business?
No specific details were released, but CEO Eric Schmidt held up an unannounced Android phone during his Web 2.0 Summit talk that uses a new wireless chip.
The technology elite may be turning their backs on Facebook at the very moment when the mainstream is most ready to adopt the social-networking powerhouse.
Apple and Google bring diverse, opposing strengths to their battle for the mobile Web.
Some decry the iPad as an innovation-killer, but this neglects its role in inspiring others to innovate.
In a world awash in open-source software, the market leaders will be those that can integrate and present it best.
Blogs may be a great way to broadcast, but they're a poor manner to hold a discussion. For that, Twitter is required.
The software company is taking Apple's closed-platform approach to mobile, a strategy fraught with peril and inconsistent with its somewhat open platform past.
The Web is the future and is built on open source, says Tim O'Reilly, but threatens to gift a chokehold to a few savvy companies like Google.
Open source is the foundation of most cloud-computing efforts due to its cost and flexibility, but that cost benefit may nudge some traditional open-source vendors out of the market.
Independent publishers learn that their Kindle books were already unprotected as Amazon adds option to enable DRM on upload.
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