Larry Ellison Has Learned To Embrace Cloud Computing, Not Convinced It’s An “Incredible New Thing”

Oracle's Larry Ellison has acquired a reputation as a cloud computing opponent — after all, he famously <a href="http://news.cnet.com/8301-13953_3-10052188-80.html">called the term "complete gibberi

Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs Movie Probably Won’t Be “Cradle To Grave” Biography

Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin offered some early thoughts today on the movie adaptation of Walter Isaacson's biography <em>Steve Jobs</em>, which he has signed on to write. Sorkin was speaking at the

Mary Meeker: “Mobile Monetization Has More Going For It Than Early Desktop Monetization Had”

We've heard a lot about how monetizing mobile content is difficult in the context of Facebook's IPO. A lot of the company's growth is coming from mobile, after all, but it's currently very hard to mak

Tim Cook On Apple TV: “We’re Going To Keep Pulling The String”

Apple CEO Tim Cook talked about the company's TV plans tonight at the D10 conference. His comments were all pretty vague, but if nothing else, he hinted strongly that Apple does in fact have plans for

Nikon may have inadvertently announced the mid-range full-frame D10

Nikon’s strict naming conventions seem to have betrayed them. When they release a battery grip, they include the model number it’s for in the name. So the D200’s battery grip is the