Big and defensive organizations often end up overspending on treading water, even as their core customers ride other waves.
Google and Microsoft are unearthing energy consumption data under the guise of environmentalism and turning it into new businesses. It may be “green,” but certainly it’s a different kind of green they’re after.
The iPad moves electronic reading to a multi-function device, marking the end of proprietary interfaces controlling commerce for e-reading.
Why Google apparently gives government documents more protections than 19th century texts is just one of the puzzles in their usage guidelines.
The new Nook is over-packaged, and has design and technical issues that keep it from competing well with the Kindle. Too bad.
If Abbott & Costello were around today, they’d have a great time talking tech. Here’s how it might go.
Stumbling across an early review of the first Mac shows how far we’ve come.
Two new technologies are introduced, with very different scope and aims. As publishers, we need to think more like Wave and less like Bing.
Small, cheap and democratic. Is the bazaar model of software production the next killer ap?
Microsoft’s External Research Group unveils 5 new tools for scholarly researchers.