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Google is developing a new computing platform equal to the Internet era. Should Microsoft be worried?
According to the author, oil pipelines with low tech-or no tech-surveillance technologies are another example of digital divide.
Secrecy is verboten at Intel’s network of university “lablets.”
A burgeoning hacker culture points to promise in Africa.
The lesson from West Africa: good computers and fast modems don’t matter if you can’t get a dial tone and the power keeps going out.
Are the vast sums of money pouring into Net ventures creating innovators who lack the character to deal with failure?
From e-tail taxes to limits on MP3, government regulation of information technologies is not only justified-it’s necessary.
Innovators beware: If you want to make big bucks from technology, history teaches that it’s usually better to be a follower than a leader.
At 45, Bill Gates may be unable to remove the silicon handcuffs of his past success.