Space? The Metaverse? Salesforce thinks tech founders' dreams require merciless mocking.
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It's worth remembering that not everyone in tech makes a lot of money -- or gets treated well.
When it comes to employees quitting, tech sits very high up in the attrition rate table. Why might that be? And why might employees be quitting?
There's self-confidence. And then there's the brazen ability to effortlessly insult.
Facebook has often been surrounded by rumors, inferences and negative speculation. Now, of all times, isn't it appropriate to reach for some positive certainties?
One of the great dangers in tech lies in believing you're a special kind of clever. A Microsoft executive's innocent comment led to some stark revelations about how some people in tech really think.
Business success is all about the marketing, right? But what if marketers know far less about consumers' tech use than they think?
As United opens up flights to China -- some of which may be patronized by Apple and other tech company executives -- its leadership offers a scoffing tone.
You'd think Covid-19 had changed IT pros' attitudes in fundamental ways. New research suggests that may not be entirely the case.
Are Twitter and the president headed for war? Or even the courts? No, it's just another lovers' tiff. Isn't it?