Not long after Facebook filed its first earnings report as a public company, a report that failed to impress investors, Mark Zuckerberg and a few other Facebook executives spoke at length with analysts and reporters on a conference call.
This morning I had cause to look at Tim Carmody's tweetstream. Man, that cat can tweet. Anyway, it got me thinking about whether you might be able to categorize social networks according to their resemblance to recreational drugs.
Record sales of the iPhone last year made Apple the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world, according to Gartner, a research company. That makes Apple the third biggest vendor of cellphones over all, behind Nokia and Samsung.
This editorial by Canada's Governor-General seems to me a passionate statement in support of open access and open data, not to mention the fundamental commitment for scientists and knowledge seekers in all disciplines to share their knowledge freely.
At long last, it's Facebook Filing Day. The technology reporters and editors at The New York Times downloaded their own personal copies of the company's long-awaited filing for an initial offering of stock and combed through it for interesting, uh,...
Both Twitter and NBC have apologized to Guy Adams, a British newspaper reporter for The Independent, for suspending his account after he criticized Olympic coverage. The incident may be a defining moment for Twitter.
I’m going to rush to get this post out ahead of the big Apple Education event on Thursday. All the hype is pointing to some sort of announcement of an easy way to create custom books for the iBook app.
The Federal Communications Commission said that a proposal by a company called LightSquared to build a wireless broadband network should be shelved because it interferes with GPS technology, Edward Wyatt reports in Wednesday's New York Times.
The bold predictions of the 1990s that the Internet would disrupt whole industries like retailing and media really did happen -- about a decade later. For the information technology revolution in health care?
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