Finally, Twitter acknowledged what the rest of us have known for years: that for the vast majority of us, it’s a lousy product.
There’s plenty of data that shows the tech giant’s first new product in half a decade is off to a great start.
Don’t fall for the hype that software is eating the world. Without hardware, software would starve to death.
The growing trend toward 'on-demand' services and part-time self-employment is bad for workers and bad for the economy.
Hundreds of tech companies are sitting on the IPO fence. These contrasting stories will help them decide which way to go.
Contrary to popular belief, the country music star didn’t defeat the tech giant over royalties – we’re just seeing the new face of Apple.
Everyone’s wondering why Twitter’s CEO transition makes no sense at all. Let’s not complicate things; it’s sort of obvious what went down.
The problem with the social web is that it’s permanent: small mistakes can blow up into life-changing disasters. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Sometimes you hear a tragic story where the little guy gets crushed by a big bad corporate behemoth. In my opinion, this is not one of those stories.