Some good, some bad, some yet-to-be-determined, the only thing we know about the web is it changes, and quickly.
This week, Google sold Motorola for a $9.6 billion loss- so what gives? Owen Williams has some insight.
We hear so much about the ways in which technology is creating detached, shallow relationships. It's refreshing to see technology bring someone closer to their dad in a very real, very moving way.
It's not a secret that higher education, like publishing, is at a crossroads. Clay Shirky is broadcasting the unfortunate truth: the golden age of higher education is over.
Facebook released a very intriguing news app this week, signaling their willingness to get a little more specific with their vision than "be everything for everyone." John Brownlee thinks this is the first step in their ten-year plan.
The humble blog changed everything. The Guardian sat down with three of the guys who started it all.
An unfortunate mini-saga played out on the web this week over the @N Twitter handle. Ars Technica lays it all out.
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