The last two weeks saw what may prove to be the tipping point in the history of newspapers.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt may have decided he wants Twitter inside his company's tent.
An appreciation of Steve Wozniak — co-founder of Apple Computer and one of high tech's most unusual characters.
Google's decision to join the European Commission's investigation of Microsoft may well backfire.
The great civil liberties battle of our time is shaping up to be a desperate struggle by each of us to keep our personal information our own.
The high-tech sector is poised to lead the country out of recession.
I probably don't deserve my entry, but it sure is fun to watch the bizarre manner in which it evolves.
Connecting inaugurals past with the present highlights how much the world has changed.
Three steps we can take to defibrillate the business community and get Americans back to work.
The answer, not found in most of the business press, is too much regulation and not enough basic research.
Imagine blogs and cell phone videos exposing Nazi excesses in the 1920s and 1930s.
Propping up failing businesses won't help restore the economy.
What I learned from the media frenzy surrounding my recent column.
A plea to the next president not to forget the wealth creators in our economy.
Reporting has become shamelessly biased in this presidential election.
Just because he's young doesn't mean that Obama knows his way around Silicon Valley.
The oil crisis and the credit crunch mark the end of one epoch and the painful but promising beginnings of another that won't come from Wall Street or Washington.
The current reality isn't just a single bubble bursting — it's a stream of perpetual fizz.
Their drive to expand internet access in the developing world could literally change history.
The two big shopping success stories of the Web are on a collision course.
Oklahoma may not be the Wild West anymore, but its community-minded values endure.
Starting up a company isn't just a young person's game — especially in today's economy.
The media thinks the battle over the future of Yahoo! has been settled. Not so fast.
We probably haven't seen the last of him as head of a corporation.
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