Hiding the truth is the Silicon Valley way

April 28, 2011
Why don't we know why Amazon's cloud crashed? Why did it take Apple so long to explain its use of location data? Because tech vendors know stonewalling has no penalty
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In Oracle's fight with open source, the good guys won -- this time

April 21, 2011
Larry Ellison's greedy attempt to commercialize OpenOffice has failed, but don't expect him to rethink his views on open source
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Microsoft's two-front war for the future

April 14, 2011
From the edge to the core, Microsoft is feeling the heat from Google and Apple -- and the downside of being chained to the desktop
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2011's IPOs show the future is in consumer tech

April 07, 2011
Investors are once again pouring money into technology startups -- but just in consumer-oriented areas
Startups
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Inside Infosys's alleged illegal visa practices

March 31, 2011
Whistle-blower claims giant Indian outsourcer is illegally importing low-paid tech workers using temporary visas
Outsourcing
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Why Microsoft declared war on Google over Android

March 24, 2011
The real issue behind the Android patent lawsuits is licensing revenue, with Redmond holding a gun to the heads of device makers
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HP's Apotheker comes up empty

March 17, 2011
Long on vision, short on details, Hewlett-Packard's 'summit' leaves us wondering what its cloud and mobile strategies really mean for the enterprise
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Consumer tech is coming to the workplace, so stop fighting it!

March 03, 2011
Wars between IT and users over mobile and social technologies are battles that no one can win -- but developers can end
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HP's WebOS strategy: Don't make me laugh

February 24, 2011
Hewlett-Packard has too few developers, a me-too mobile OS, and a bozo CEO. Apple and Google have nothing to worry about
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Why the revolution will not be tweeted

February 17, 2011
Twitter and Facebook didn't create the Egyptian revolution. But Silicon Valley's belief they did shows the smug, ethnocentric blindness that's damaging the technology industry
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