I’m at TechEd this week, a show that seems to be pointedly warring with Apple's wildly popular WWDC. Obviously, here is a lot trash talk going on between the two events.
If you want to retrieve the files you thought were safe and secure when you uploaded them to MegaUplad, you may need a lawyer.
Another day, another round of new content for Netflix.
Get ready for a massive construction project that's about to hit northern California.
Is Microsoft the best positioned vendor in the tablet market? Well, given that Redmond has zero market share, promoting such a prediction would be fairly controversial for any analyst.
Oracle's intellectual property lawsuit against Google has finally fallen apart completely with a ruling from the judge in the case, William Alsup, that APIs can't be copyrighted.
Ever since the advent of the first Mac, Apple has been arguing that the world wants and needs an all-in-one computer.
Research In Motion is set to announce that it's sitting on a pile of unsold Blackberrys worth more than $1 billion.
Israeli media are reporting that Facebook's planning to acquire facial recognition company Face.com for tens of millions of dollars.
A New Jersey mayor has been arrested for allegedly hacking a website that was calling for him to be recalled.
Republican legislators in New York state want to ban anonymous comments from the Internet.
Jurors have sided with Google in its long-running patent battle with Oracle, saying Android doesn't infringe on Oracle patents.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has reportedly managed to raise at least $1.76 million in Silicon Valley from a number of high-profile individuals, including Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen.
Facebook is being accused of advising some - but not all - underwriters to cut their forecasts for the company in the run-up to its IPO.
An International Trade Commission judge has recommended that US imports of Microsoft's Xbox 360 S console should be halted and products pulled from the shelves.
Google has been finally cleared to buy Motorola. Unfortunately, I think Mountain View will kill the company in short order.
The European Commission has given Google one last chance to put its house in order and explain how it plans to ease anti-trust concerns.
Nasdaq chief executive Robert Greifeld has apologised for a software glitch that delayed Facebook's IPO on Friday.
This week I’m at the Nvidia GTC (GPU Technology Conference), where Nvidia is showcasing the massive advancements it has made in the realm of supercomputing and the lucrative graphics space.