All Things Digital Conference News
'The Facebook Effect': Inside Zuckerberg's Coups, Controversies
Q&A With Author David Kirkpatrick: How a Dorm Room Hacker Is Dominating the Internet
TechBytes: Apple's Jobs on the Future
AT&T's New iPhone Plans, Broadband Speed Survey, Google Sued Over Directions
The End of the PC?
Apple's Steve Jobs predicts that in the near future PCs will become obsolete.
Palm appoints ex-Apple whiz as CEO, chairman
Jon Rubinstein, a former executive behind Apple's iPod, on Wednesday was named chief executive of smartphone maker Palm, replacing Ed Colligan who is stepping down after 16 years with the company. The appointment, effective Friday, comes just days after Sunnyvale, California-based Palm launched the
Yahoo open to Microsoft deal under right terms
Yahoo's chief executive said Wednesday that she is open to joining forces with Microsoft so both companies can better compete in Internet search, but a deal would need a specific set of terms — including "boatloads of money." An alliance in Internet search would have to enrich Yahoo, give Yahoo
Twitter co-founders are mum on revenue plans
Twitter's co-founders say the rapidly growing online communications company will eventually charge fees for its services, but it's unclear which ones and what will drive revenue. "There will be a moment when you can fill out a form or something and give us money," said Evan Williams, co-founder and
Silicon Insider: Why Touch Screen Is King
For a Peek at the Future of Technology, Look No Further Than Your Finger Tips
Rupert Murdoch Effuses Praise for…Barack Obama?
At the Wall Street Journal's "D: All Things Digital" conference, Rupert Murdoch, chairman and CEO of News Corporation -- owner of Fox News Channel, and the New York Post, among other platforms many consider conservative -- was practically gushing about...
Sony's Stringer Promises 27-inch OLED TV 'fairly Soon'
Sony plans to launch a 27-inch OLED TV within the next 12 months, Howard Stringer said on Wednesday.
Windows 7 to Have Touch-screen Interface
Microsoft's upcoming Windows 7 operating system will have a touch-screen interface.