So Steve Jobs is a jerk -- keep it up, dude!

May 13, 2010
Apple develops great products and delivers amazing value to shareholders. If the CEO does so by playing hardball, so be it
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Nightmare on Main Street: If Silicon Valley ran the country

May 06, 2010
Meg Whitman, Carly Fiorina, and Steve Poizner are just the beginning: The merchant princes and princesses of Silicon Valley are sure they could do a better job running the country
Government
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Apple's chipmaker buy: In your face, Google

April 29, 2010
Apple's Intrinsity purchase shows it will control its iPhone mobile platform from all the way from silicon to software
, M&A, Processors
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Who's buying Microsoft's outsourcing excuses?

April 22, 2010
Microsoft has laid off 5,000 workers in the last year, but it still feels the need to outsource more IT jobs to India
Outsourcing
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Has IBM turned its back on open source?

April 15, 2010
The fight between Big Blue and TurboHercules has gotten ugly -- but there may not be a villain in this story
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AT&T's latest iPhone outrage

April 08, 2010
Can't get a decent connection in your home? AT&T has a fix, but it will cost you up to $150 to improve service you already paid for
, Wireless LAN, AT&T
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Tech hiring poised for recovery -- and open source leads the way

April 01, 2010
More hiring and better benefits are actually appearing in Silicon Valley as tech firms come out of the recession
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Beware: The social networking cops are here

March 25, 2010
Think you're safe if you post from home? Think again: Social Sentry alerts your boss to tweets and posts he might not like, even if you're outside the corporate network
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The National Broadband Plan needs to be fixed -- already

March 18, 2010
Special interests are already undermining the National Broadband Plan and the FCC's vagueness on implementation is playing into their hands -- Web users must act now
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Memo to Google's Android team: Tie your shoelaces, kids

March 11, 2010
With the Nexus One a yawner and the Android platform fragmenting more every day, Google is looking like a five-year-old tripping over his own feet
, Android, Google
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