Larry Dignan

Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and SmartPlanet as well as Editorial Director of ZDNet's sister site TechRepublic.

Rachel King

Rachel King is a staff writer for ZDNet based in San Francisco.

Zack Whittaker

Zack Whittaker writes for ZDNet, CNET, and CBS News. He is based in New York City.

Latest Posts

SAP blesses the iPhone

SAP has jumped on the iPhone bandwagon, announcing that a version of its salesforce automation software coming out this month will be compatible with the Jobs iPod/phone.iPhone support comes ahead of more popular business smart phones--BlackBerry, Treo and Microsoft devices.

December 4, 2007 by Dan Farber


Podcast: Beacon woes, Techonorati revamp, Kindle, ODF and more...

This week on the Dan & David Show we discuss Facebook's Beacon fiasco for starters. At this point it's clear that Beacon was flawed from the beginning, and the company and its CEO are having trouble handling the controversy after earning their way to the top of the social networking heap in previous months.

December 4, 2007 by Dan Farber


Technorati rolls out Percolator and Blogger Central

Technorati rolled out its latest effort to fine tune its blog search service today, with a renewed focus on the blogger community and new ways to discover content, according to company CEO Richard Jalichandra."We are going back to service the bloggers," Jalichandra said, who took on the roles of president and CEO two months ago when founder David Sifry left the company.

December 4, 2007 by Dan Farber


Sun hungrily awaits the Red Shift

Sun has changed its ticker symbol to Java [JAVAD] and performed reverse stock split surgery, but the focus on the company remains consistent--be the infrastructure provider for the wired planet. The mission was reaffirmed last night by Sun executives during a dinner with a few journalists at the trendy Absinthe restaurant in San Francisco.

December 4, 2007 by Dan Farber


Nokia: Dissecting the moving parts

Nokia plans to increase its mobile device market share in 2008 with profit margins at about 20 percent. The company projects mobile device volumes to grow 10 percent for the industry with growth of topping 15 percent in emerging markets.

December 3, 2007 by