Top technology predictions for 2013, part two

Big changes coming in 2013 as Silicon Valley moves inward, and indie producers gain strength.


Top technology predictions for 2013, part one

Crowdfunding, home entertainment, and the cloud lead our predictions for tech innovations for the coming year.


How crappy should your product be?

Lean software movement delivers high quality, in steps.


Product placement and the future of gaming

Putting real products in social game interfaces helps to keep the games (and their developers) alive.


Kickstarter says they're not a store

Kickstarter refines its raison d'etre


Over-the-Top television services continue to evolve

It's no longer just a TV network and Hollywood play


The home entertainment industry pushes, but everybody wants to pull

A new model of content delivery advances the state of couch-potatoism by twenty years.


The unplanned startup: Goodbye detailed planning, hello reactive experimentation

Forget the months of painstakingly detailed planning for startups. The new model is more about reactive experimentation, rather than strategic planning.


How democratization of information affects tech startups

The world of tech startups got a big shakeup in the ‘90s, and it hasn’t been the same since.


Product launch strategies are departing from the mainstream

How did Apple drive the iPhone’s success?


Forbes columnist is off the mark with ageist comments

Should a 52-year-old be launching Internet companies? Sure!


Closing the consumption gap: Making use of the features you have

Doing network management with a social media interface


Speaktoit CEO talks about the future of natural language interface

Strange mornings: Imagining a conversation with Mister Coffee


Apple's tenuous claim against Samsung isn't good for the industry

Apple's grudge against Android may end up backfiring


SEC kicks the crowdfunding can down the road

JOBS Act says SEC has to implement crowdfunding and lift the advertising ban, but the agency is taking its sweet time


Wall Street wonks over-react to questions on Zuckerberg's leadership

Replacing visionary leaders with professional CEOs isn't always a good idea


The end of Silicon Valley as we know it

Former Yammer CEO is correct in saying Silicon Valley is dead, but not for the reasons he says


Digital technology removes barriers for Indie film makers

The golden age of cinema is coming back.


Apple co-founder's comments on the cloud are out of touch

Unsubstantiated fear of the cloud may hold back SMBs


Working at a startup: You win some, you lose some . . .

Zynga story on Quora tells of "devastation" after IPO


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