Some “mobile first” initiatives should save mobile for later.
Installing them is easy. Actually getting useful information from them is hard.
Invest in building infrastructure or invest in building apps. Choose wisely!
We’re a social people, so the Apple Watch may be the right product at the right time.
The game company is the latest casualty in the attempt to outdo Amazon’s cloud.
Why the myth of the “10X” programmer is so destructive.
There are some serious strings on its offer of free Internet.
A conversation with URX chief Mike Fyall.
The rich have pricey phones, but the poor use them to actually buy things.
Its rivals have only themselves to blame for the rise of AWS.
Moore’s Law has been pronounced dead, but in mobile, it’s thriving.
On April 21, many big companies are going to see their mobile search ranking plummet.
Google Ventures keeps taking interesting approaches with its investments.
Specialist firms like PTC want to be players, but Apple and Google own the developers.
Microsoft sees an open-source future for Windows. Does anyone else?
Say goodbye to batch processing (again).
It needs serious database talent—but not just any talent.
Apple’s first business-software acquisition may bolster iCloud and iTunes.
Real-time alternatives to Hadoop may give you a choice.
And solving that problem requires software lock-in.