David Grober

Managing Editor

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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Microsoft's Build conference in Anaheim, Calif. is the place where the company promises that "all will be revealed" around the Windows 8 and Windows Azure development stories.

September 7, 2011 by in Windows

Asia's largest PC manufacturer and inheritor of IBM's ThinkPad brand of notebook PCs.

July 20, 2011 by in PCs

Majority owned by EMC, VMware provides virtualization software -- desktop software for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X, and enterprise software hypervisors for servers.

July 19, 2011 by in VMWare

Id Software through the years

Id Software through the years

Id Software is most closely associated with Doom and Quake (and its forthcoming game RAGE), but the company cut its teeth in the early 1990s with the "Commander Keen" series of 2D platformer games.

July 8, 2011 by in Mobility

Google managed a big surprise at Google I/O with the introduction of the Chrome-OS powered Chromebook laptop that will cost businesses $28 per month for a package that includes the hardware, software and support.

June 14, 2011 by in Enterprise Software

Happy birthday, ZDNet! Twenty years ago, this site began as a subscription-based digital service called "ZiffNet" that offered computing information to users of CompuServe. We've asked the original team to remember those days, plus invited our current roster to look back on computing in 1991. Read on, reminisce -- then contribute your memories.

April 16, 2011 by in Tech Industry

Serious iPad 2 competitor? The PlayBook is a 7-inch tablet that RIM hopes will stimulate the BlackBerry line into the prominence of old.

March 18, 2011 by in BlackBerry