David Grober

David Grober has worked a variety of editorial roles in the technology media since 1982, when he joined the copy desk at IDG's Computer Business News. He served as managing editor for PC Week (now eWeek) and, later, Digital News. David made the leap from print to online publishing in 1994, when he joined Ziff-Net's Software Library. Since 9/11, David has worked in ZDNet's Business Technology Group, and now serves as ZDNet's managing editor.

David Grober has nothing to disclose and does not hold any investments.

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It's the most ambitious browser release Microsoft has ever undertaken. But is Internet Explorer 9 fast enough? Is it compatible enough? Is it cool enough to win back former IE users?

September 24, 2010 by in Enterprise Software

Every debate surrounding the principle of net neutrality quickly becomes overblown and emotional. The Google and Verizon proposal is the latest example of how a discussion about the principle of open, unfettered access to the Internet is guaranteed to raise a firestorm of clashing opinions.

August 10, 2010 by in Mobility

Steve Jobs unveils the iPad 2, boxing in the competition for potentially the next two product cycles.

August 4, 2010 by in iPad

The year 2011 saw Android and Apple battling for mobile domination, with patents rivaling technology as the weapon of choice. We watched HP's soap opera, RIM's decline, and Netflix's crash. We said goodbye to Steve Jobs. And the answer to most every question continued to be "the Cloud."

December 8, 2010 by in Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Verizon is a forerunner on multiple fronts. For starters, Verizon made a big bet on its FiOS fiber-optic to the home network. That network is now giving Verizon the means to compete with cable giants such as Comcast. Verizon's wireless unit is also a powerhouse. The company is working to roll out 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology in an effort to leapfrog rival AT&T.

May 17, 2010 by in Mobility

To IT executives, green technology translates into one big-ticket item: Power savings. However, it's hard to distinguish between green tech reality and marketing. Not so surprising, every technology vendor wants to wrap itself in the green tech banner.

May 4, 2010 by in Tech Industry