Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 5/31/2011 11 comments
A study of inconclusive studies proves little. So wear a headset and stop worrying!
Editor's Blog 5/31/2011 15 comments
A new report on Internet Evolution investigates the five biggest threats to the Internet's future.
Ron Miller 5/31/2011 54 comments
Governments worldwide are an enormous threat to the future of the Internet.
Todd Watson 5/31/2011 1 comment
Have you ever ever wondered what kind of practical insight can be garnered from the social media?
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 5/31/2011 5 comments
Transforming a midmarket business into a larger enterprise means identifying future growth areas and capitalizing on technologies.
Scott Koegler 5/31/2011 25 comments
Corporate coaching firm ActionCoach met some of its goals when it redesigned its Website, but it may also be getting in its own way in other respects.
Joe Stanganelli 5/30/2011 63 comments
Extending the carrier availability of the iPhone tops the list, but starting next year, we'll see more features.
Todd Watson 5/28/2011 Post a comment
Todd highlights software guru Grady Booch, Watson the Jeopardy winner, and IBM's smarter healthcare initiatives.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 5/27/2011 2 comments
A startup called BlueStacks runs many Android apps on Windows PCs.
Editor's Blog 5/27/2011 75 comments
The US government spent $315,000 of your money to study FarmVille. How does that make you feel?
Alan Reiter 5/27/2011 94 comments
Google has entered the cellphone payments ring. Get ready to rumble!
Andrew Keen 5/27/2011 18 comments
The market is best suited to nurturing the digital economy; and it must do so to benefit underprivileged communities.
Todd Watson 5/26/2011 Post a comment
Naysayers may complain - "It isn't perfect. It isn't secure. It isn't Apple!"
IT Clan Editor's Blog 5/26/2011 17 comments
Analytics aren't just about real-time analysis of data for business decision-making; IT functions deserve their own take on the technology.
Jart Armin 5/26/2011 48 comments
Revelations of potential government interest in Internet control emerged at the e-G8 conference in Paris this week.
Ron Miller 5/26/2011 69 comments
Facebook's journalist program manager isn't likely to endear himself to seasoned editors.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 5/25/2011 2 comments
Microsoft's Mango update makes Windows Phones more competitive with Apple iOS and Android phones.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 5/25/2011 22 comments
The widespread belief that cybersecurity is better managed in a cloud computing environment is increasingly coming under question.
Todd Watson 5/25/2011 4 comments
An upcoming system called "ClearXchange" will let customers transfer money from their checking accounts using only a mobile number or email address.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 5/25/2011 4 comments
One restaurant supply distributor's use of cloud-based business intelligence may make your mouth water.
Todd Watson 5/25/2011 Post a comment
Technology doesn't seem to be faring well in terms of predicting these tornadoes and storms.
Alan Reiter 5/25/2011 25 comments
Mobile payments firm Square has eliminated the need for a specialized card reader, paving the way for "put it on my tab" capabilities.
Jart Armin 5/25/2011 47 comments
Google says Chromebook sets a new bar for laptop security. But does it really?
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 5/24/2011 Post a comment
When it comes to cellular service options, T-Mobile's definition of "unlimited" may not be yours.
Todd Watson 5/24/2011 4 comments
Todd is musing on Russian search engines, TweetDeck, and Too Big to Fail.
Editor's Blog 5/24/2011 34 comments
The E-G8 is being held in France. Let's all watch together while nothing happens.
Todd Watson 5/24/2011 Post a comment
IBM has announced new, patented software capabilities to analyze massive volumes of streaming data.
Rob Salkowitz 5/24/2011 52 comments
Mark Zuckerberg's claims that preteens aren't too young for Facebook may reflect his fears about the future of social networking.
George Taylor 5/24/2011 14 comments
Information Tweeted about celebrities in the UK has led to a brouhaha over the clash between privacy and freedom of speech.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 5/23/2011 3 comments
The pitfalls of cloud-based ERP are all around, with the integration of existing enterprise applications being a key drawback.
Editor's Blog 5/23/2011 13 comments
OpenTable's dominance of the online restaurant reservation segment is vulnerable to a predator with deep pockets and social media aspirations.
Ron Miller 5/23/2011 59 comments
The US government is allowing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency to shut down Websites under the guise of copyright protection.
Robert McGarvey 5/23/2011 32 comments
Scott Cleland says Google is a force working against the US Constitution and other societal mainstays.
Jason Mick 5/23/2011 27 comments
Two kinds of convenient services are turning into magnets for malware.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 5/20/2011 4 comments
If you are heavy cellular phone data user of Verizon Wireless, prepare to pay more.
Editor's Blog 5/20/2011 64 comments
Sites like Twitter lower the bar on thinking and reacting critically, and it seems society is just fine with that.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 5/20/2011 7 comments
The Esurance buy means the industry is likely to continue building new business models that favor low premiums for customers who choose the do-it-yourself path.
Ron Miller 5/20/2011 26 comments
A 20-year-old entrepreneur offers a twist on presenting ads to gamers – and a challenge to the mobile ad establishment.
Paul Whyte 5/20/2011 15 comments
The Trusted Computing Group's PC chip stirs controversy, even as it attempts to ensure greater enterprise security.
Maria Korolov 5/19/2011 12 comments
There is a spate of new platforms for the creation and launch of business-based virtual worlds.
Todd Watson 5/19/2011 5 comments
Does the interest in social and tech-related IPOs suggested a "tech bubble"?
Editor's Blog 5/19/2011 58 comments
LinkedIn opens at an over-exuberant $83 per share. Would-be investors, beware: This can't last.
IT Clan Editor's Blog 5/19/2011 8 comments
IBM has honored eight scientists and engineers for their technology contributions, signaling the Internet direction Big Blue is taking.
Ron Miller 5/19/2011 45 comments
Diaspora, a site founded as a Facebook alternative, continues to struggle toward releasing something users will welcome.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 5/18/2011 Post a comment
Mobile payments venture Isis is looking for "everyone" to participate in its effort to create a mobile payments platform.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 5/18/2011 13 comments
An IBM survey found high interest among CIOs in mobile communications, analytics and business intelligence, and risk management systems.
Security Clan Editor's Blog 5/18/2011 20 comments
The White House's strategy for global cybersecurity aims too high.
Joe Stanganelli 5/18/2011 21 comments
Microsoft's new policy about identifying third-party vulnerabilities is a departure from Google's arrogant stance.
Jeff Kaplan 5/18/2011 23 comments
Cloud computing is being used by IT consulting firms to deliver solutions faster and avoid high customization costs.
Alan Reiter's Wireless Web World 5/17/2011 2 comments
AT&T Mobility is likely to start offering consumer security applications next year, when consumers are likely to be more afraid!
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