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It's been one hell of a ride on the good ship ZDNet. On Monday, I'm hopping aboard a new vessel.
Say anything negative about Bitcoin and the moles come out of the dark to throw stones. But the truth is that dollars are better than Bitcoins. And here's why.
A honeymoon-like hangover is purveying Wall Street following Twitter's IPO -- if not a dangerous disconnect with reality too.
Unable to access Twitter in their country, microbloggers in China are stunned a site that "never existed" in their eyes is able to achieve stellar result in the wake of its IPO on Thursday.
Today in the tech marketplace: Twitter got the glory. Groupon fell apart. Nvidia was there too.
Was anyone else shocked by the $45 starting stock price?
Healthcare.gov can't catch a break.
Reiterating the constant technical challenges in supporting a growing network of 1.19 billion users and counting, the new site lead declared Boston was "an easy choice."
Twitter didn't grab every dollar possible when floating its initial public offering. As a result, Twitter shares are up nicely, but the company still has to grow into its valuation.
How low can they go? PC shipments continue to slide as hardware companies still grapple with the rise of tablets.
Asia's Internet giants including Tencent, Alibaba, and Baidu, are under-priced in light of Twitter's IPO price tag of US$26 per share, especially since they offer more sophisticated features than the microblogging site.
The social network is going crazy -- with Tweets that is -- about its official opening share price.
The chip maker squashed revenue estimates, but a missed earnings target coupled with a weak outlook ends the fiscal year on a sour note.
The speculation was fun while it lasted.
On IPO eve, Twitter employees still seem convinced they're going to cash in big soon -- despite the fact the company is bleeding money.