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If you had more money than the U.S. government, what would you spend it on?
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg will eventually have to deal with the fact that all growth has limits.
Websockets lets the Web handle complex communications in real time.
Microsoft is trying to leverage its Windows customer base to drive demand for the phones and tablets that are its future.
The service, an engineering marvel, could boost Google’s bottom line.
For many, the new service offers the chance to press “reset on Facebook.”
Facebook should give Microsoft an edge against search rival Google.
Needing a huge boost in the mobile market, Microsoft will begin selling new phones with an updated version of Windows.
By dropping support for a common video format in Chrome, Google means to drive the Web toward one it owns.
IBM thinks social networking isn’t just for fun—it can also make companies more efficient.