Smartphone Trends Show Android Dominance

John Casaretto | October 20th

Some interesting analysis has emerged from a number of sources and they draw a shifting picture in smartphone trends.  Recent news from Google regarding the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the release of their updated Ice Cream...»

IBM’s Vision of a Unified City through Big Data

Mellisa Tolentino | October 20th

Do you still remember the launch of CityOne, IBM’s first Smarter Planet interactive simulation with real-world business, environmental, and logistical problems for smarter cities and industries?  Remember how a player has a view of everything happening...»

BlueStacks Gets Financial Backing, Enables Android Apps on PC

Isha Suri | October 20th

BlueStacks, an app player maker for Windows, has recently closed a strategic investment deal by major industry players including AMD, Citrix Systems and other investors. This investment is received as a part of Series B round of...»

AT&T Q3: Cancellations down, subscribers up, free iPhone 3G with plan working

Mellisa Tolentino | October 20th

AT&T, one of the largest networks to date, just had their conference call this morning.  The conference call was started off by CFO John Stevens but later on CEO Ralph De La Vega took center stage. AT&T ...»

Springpad Offers Notebook Customization for Recipes, Gifts, and Books

Kristina Farrah | October 20th

The world has seen a lot of phenomenal things reveal, and as surprising as they were at first, a good deal of them we can’t live without now. I can’t imagine the world without Facebook, without


Virtual BlizzCon 2011 for $40: The Price of Eyeballs-Only Admittance

Kyt Dotson | October 20th

Conventioneering is a big deal for fans of popular culture media, although while comics really take the cake with ComicCon and Anime Expo, video games aren’t far behind with E3, PAX, and BlizzCon. The current hullaballoo centers around...»

As Tableau Expands to the Enterprise, Pressure Mounts to Remain Fast and Flexible

Jeffrey Kelly | October 20th

A few years ago I wrote about a little known Seattle-based software vendor that specializes in cutting-edge data visualizations and whose tools were embedded in many consumer and enterprise applications. At the time, few people had heard of...»

Google+ to Amp Up Offerings: “We do not Believe in Over-Sharing”

Mellisa Tolentino | October 20th

At the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, Google’s senior vice president in charge of Google+ Vic Gundotra talked about the future of Google+. Gundotra talked about how Google+ is different from Facebook in Twitter in so many ways. ...»

Crowdpark Bets on Social Wagers, VCs Bet $6m

Tom Foremski | October 20th

I recently spoke with Crowdpark, an interesting startup that allows Facebook users to wager virtual currency on football games, elections, or anything they want. The company is based in Berlin, Germany, a hot city for startups because