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Cisco is arming itself for a major battle in the coming TV Wars and newly acquired NDS is Cisco’s key weapon.
Software development and media don’t mix. But can HTML5 replace high cost apps with high quality experiences?
There’s enormous focus on the “engineer” in culture of Silicon Valley. Engineers are the top dogs in most companies.
Sergey Brin warns about the danger of government monitoring but everything that Google does to improve Internet commerce could be used to pursue political dissent.
News stories about products sell more far more products than advertising. Public relations has helped create a new form of journalism, one that’s best suited to their client’s needs.
Intel is funding a roaming global events and artist showcase: ‘The Creators Project.’ Can avant-garde artists help it it sell microprocessors?
Media companies are in trouble because they have to compete against a multitude of companies producing media as a loss leader.
In an world overflowing with media, knowing how to make compelling content is a valuable skill to have — and a valuable one to teach.
In an exploding world of ever more media, knowing how to make compelling content is a valuable skill to have — and a potentially lucrative one to teach.
Every business needs to be a media company too. Creating and publishing media are hugely important competitive features.
We think of computer technologies as being the most important of our inventions yet a much more humble technology has had a far greater impact…
Google previewed special ‘eye glasses’ that allow users to interact with email, friends, and its many commercial services, at anytime, all the time.
Intel is funding a global events and artist showcase: The Creators Project. Can avant-garde artists help it it sell microprocessors?
The same powerful technology trends that are transforming global economies will save stricken newsrooms — provided they focus on original content.
Salesforce has made a big bet on the “social enterprise” - it’s moving quickly beyond CRM and hiring new people to help lead that push.
Web site analytics packages record what real people do on a site but most web site traffic comes from other computers often with nefarious intent.
Google tried to disrupt Wall Street’s IPO process — Facebook has chosen a cozier relationship with its bankers.
The media industry is undergoing a massive disruptive change and there’s more ahead….
Can someone be trusted? And can an algorithm work it out?
Why isn’t Skype considered a social network? Take a look at its characteristics… It could turn out to be one of Microsoft’s savviest investments.