Thanks to cell phones and Bluetooth, there are many people walking around looking like they're talking to themselves. And those trying out Google Glass have already received their share of ribbing. What's next on the look-ridiculous list? Making Read More →
"The lesson I took away from that was, while we like to speak with data around here, so many times in my career I've ended up making decisions with my gut, and I should have followed my gut. My gut Read More →
Sure, Google is rolling out big numbers and the expected streaming music service. (See the Merc's live blog.) But a tweet by the Merc's Brandon Bailey from the I/O conference today was particularly intriguing: "Google selling unlocked Read More →
As many a frustrated PR person will tell you, I typically don't write much about product or partnership deals. Then again, it's not every day that my own company inks one.
Digital First Media, the corporate parent of the Mercury News, Read More →
• BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins is looking five years into the future. A couple of key things he sees: No need for tablets. And his company as "the absolute leader in mobile computing — that’s what we’re aiming for," Read More →
Microsoft may be competing against Google's Android, but it also makes money from it. And a new patent settlement with China's Hon Hai means that the software giant continues to reap benefits from an industry in which its own products Read More →