How to Understand the Rise of GoogleBy Mike Elgan
| Columns Article Published on May 15, 2013
Google I/O starts today. Here’s why Google’s developer conference is technology’s Main Event.
How to Present to Industry AnalystsBy Rob Enderle
| Columns Article Published on March 06, 2013
There's an art to creating an event that is informative, convincing and entertaining.
Where's the Desktop Touch PC Revolution?By Mike Elgan
| Columns Article Published on January 30, 2013
Whoever gets the desktop touch PC right first could own the future. Why aren't companies trying harder?
As Life Moves Online, Virtual Death FollowsBy Jeff Vance
| Columns Article Published on January 22, 2013
While most every service has long been available online, handling the passing of loved ones has only recently made in-roads.
The Trouble with Facebook's Graph SearchBy Mike Elgan
| Columns Article Published on January 16, 2013
Graph Search offers a more powerful version of everything Facebook already is, which might not be good news.
The Biggest Enterprise IT Announcements at CESBy Rob Enderle
| Columns Article Published on January 10, 2013
Smart IT managers will be paying attention to the heftier tablets, graphics servers, table PCs and in-car DVRs on display at CES.
How Cell Phones Become HumanBy Mike Elgan
| Columns Article Published on December 27, 2012
Google and Apple really are building human-like phones that think and even feel.
Will Video Ads Wreck the Internet?By Mike Elgan
| Columns Article Published on December 19, 2012
Facebook is reportedly bringing auto-play ads to your News Feed. That's just the beginning.
When Developers Work for a ScroogeBy Eric Spiegel
| Columns Article Published on December 17, 2012
A mean-spirited development manager taught a veteran developer the practices to avoid when he himself became a manager.
The Apple TV Rumors Are WrongBy Mike Elgan
| Columns Article Published on December 12, 2012
You've heard the rumor and speculation. Here's why they're way off.
Fixing HP: The Back StoryBy Rob Enderle
| Columns Article Published on November 29, 2012
Whitman can fix HP, but in order to do, so she'll have to undo the damage HP boards have done over a decade.
Understanding Facebook's MonopolyBy Mike Elgan
| Columns Article Published on November 28, 2012
Anti-trust regulators are living in the past. Here's why Facebook is technology's number-one monopoly.
Who Wants to Live In a Googletopia?By Mike Elgan
| Columns Article Published on November 21, 2012
Google today is yesterday's Disney -- dedicated to realizing the city of tomorrow.
Silicon Valley Has-Beens Strike BackBy Mike Elgan
| Columns Article Published on September 26, 2012
Yahoo, StumbleUpon and MySpace have been written off as over-the-hill losers. But now they're all fighting back with killer strategies for success.