Updated January 27, 2008
Analysis: AT&T reports far fewer iPhones in use than Apple says it has sold. What’s going on? What are the consequences?
Updated January 21, 2008
VentureBeat: Wide variety of startups, entrepreneurs receive top honors in voter-based process.
Updated January 20, 2008
PC maker counters Apple ‘Air’ with more compact 2.5-pound laptop that’s fat with features, Web sites say.
January 15, 2008
Two-pound notebook offers many features for tech-savvy travelers. It’s also cheap – and practical.
January 2, 2008
VentureBeat: Google’s Android program will capitalize on iPhone; look for more growth in gaming industry.
December 20, 2007
Medical device startup, which recently hired CEO, secures capital from angel investor, CatoBioVentures.
Updated December 12, 2007
Social networks planning to expand into China will face same pressures about data as Google, Yahoo.
Updated December 6, 2007
Hillsborough medical device startup will close on $370,000 next week, sends new top exec on the road to look for another $4.3 million.
December 4, 2007
Just as the price of apples falls with a big jump in the apple supply, so too the dollar has weakened as Americans’ purchase of foreign products has flooded the world with dollars.
Updated December 2, 2007
Apple’s Quick Time video software enables hackers to rob Second Life users of their online dollars.
Updated November 7, 2007
Monday’s announcement of Android helped clear the air about where mobile content could be headed
November 2, 2007
RTP Product Pipeline: With champions’ support, disruptive products change the marketplace and can propel a manufacturer to a position of market leader.
October 31, 2007
Rescuecom, a nationwide provider of computer tech support, rates Lenovo second to Apple in its second annual analysis of calls from customers.
Updated October 15, 2007
‘People’s Choice’ awards go to Secured Command, Yap.
September 23, 2007
Gaming Guru: Norwegian Cruise Lines capitalizes on Wii game system sensation.
Updated July 2, 2007
John Edmond, who focuses on LED lighting technology, cracks ‘50 Who Matter Now’ list from Business 2.0 magazine. 'I was quite surprised,' Edmond says.