It's almost time to close the books on 2008. But before we start singing "Auld Lang Syne," ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das and Editor in Chief Larry Dignan dish out the tech industry highlights from the past 12 months.
By ZDNet Staff
| December 14, 2008 -- 15:52 GMT (07:52 PST)
| Topic: CXO
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Adobe's Creative Cloud overhaul infuses AI, multiple screens and sets stage for augmented, virtual reality
Facebook appoints new LatAm head
Former agency head at the social networking company takes the helm.
Australia gets Women in STEM Ambassador in astrophysicist professor
Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith has been appointed as Australia's first Women in STEM Ambassador.
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Survey: How does your company handle cyberwarfare and cybersecurity?
Take this short, multiple choice survey and tell us about your company's cyberwarfare experience and cybersecurity strategies for the upcoming year.
Survey: Migration to the cloud brings unplanned costs and headaches for many
The promise of cloud IT is not as easy to capture as the planning might promise -- higher costs and a lack of skilled IT workers are a big problem.
Digital transformation in 2019: Lessons learned the hard way
IBM reiterates commitment to Brazil despite uncertainty
Latin America head says the firm has gone through worse moments in the country - but calls for an overhaul in public innovation policies.
Google: Here's why we're pulling out of Pentagon's $10bn JEDI cloud race
Google won't bid for the Department of Defense's massive cloud contract because it could conflict with its AI principles against developing weapons.