Microsoft’s proposal to build its unified mouse-pen-multitouch interface technology into Chrome gets a warm reception at Google I/O. [Read more]
Ousted CEO Andrew Mason plans to create a San Francisco-based startup and mentor at Y Combinator. He also says he’s recorded an album of business advice songs.
Nick Carr rocked the tech world with his controversial essay in the May 2003 issue of the Harvard Business Review, titled “IT Doesn’t Matter.” Carr claimed companies were overspending on IT and that the competitive advantage to be gained by tech investments was shrinking as technology became more commoditized and accessible to everyone. On the 10-year anniversary of the article’s publication, Carr talked with Network World’s Ann Bednarz about what he got right, what he got wrong, and how the piece remains relevant today.
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Q&A: Nick Carr on 10th anniversary of ‘IT Doesn’t Matter’
Today ends the last full week of Paul Otellini’s reign as Intel’s CEO.
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Intel CEO’s legacy: PC glory, smartphone grief
Did you know your little angel’s in need of a diaper change? Then maybe you need to spend more time on Twitter. [Read more]
For some extra money, consumers can swap out a conventional disk drive for some fast flash storage.
iMac buyers can now opt for a solid-state drive
The site will allow players to hit the virtual poker tables, as long as they’re 21 years of age or older. [Read more]
As part of the We Learn mobile-education project, students at Singapore’s Nan Chiau Primary School finish assignments and submit homework using 3G-enabled Windows phones. [Read more]
Belkin adds to the ever-growing list of Thunderbolt docks with its long-awaited Express Dock. [Read more]
A Kansas man stands accused of burglary. The owner of one home believes he used a very simple method of determining when she and her son were home — a GPS device on their cars