Few CIOs get to build a technology infrastructure from scratch. In that regard, Virgin America CIO Bill Maguire is a lucky man.
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Can the U.S. financial markets handle another big terrorist attack?
It was deja vu all over again for Lycos stockholders as the Web portal unveiled its latest groundbreaking merger, only to have shares tumble 20 percent.
Corrected and amended headline: Google launched Google Earth for the iPhone and iPod touch and the reviews are great. The rollout prompts a question.
At the Always On Venture Summit in Half Moon Bay, Calif., a panel of solar energy executives debates whether or not silicon prices will fall as the industry matures.
Comcast will implement a 250 GB data monthly cap on customers starting Oct. 1.
A supercomputer simulation conducted by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in conjunction with the Los Alamos National Laboratory indicates that the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is likely to move up the East Coast.
AOL was the top Internet service provider when it came to customer service in 2008, according to a Forrester Research report. The rub: AOL's top rating based on Forrester's "customer experience index" translates into a "just ok" mark.
Sprint Nextel is booting customers that call customer service too much and tossing soldier accounts due to excessive roaming. All potential customers should just boycott Sprint--after all you may have to call customer service once in a while or even roam (gasp).
Clearwire has a new CEO who is much more likely to complete a wholesale network agreement with Sprint.