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Google’s Twitter killer

July 27, 2011. Daily Beast.
Google+ is a shot at Facebook, but Twitter is collateral damage.

Don’t worry about Apple

July 19, 2011. Daily Beast.
Jobs is AWOL, but Apple turns in another record quarter.

A rival for iTunes

July 14 2011. Daily Beast.
Spotify, the cool streaming music service, finally arrives in the U.S.

Too late to fix Yahoo?

June 24, 2011. Daily Beast.
Don’t blame Carol Bartz — Yahoo’s problems are bigger than any CEO.

Google faces antitrust scrutiny

June 23, 2011. Daily Beast.
Feds are cracking down on the search giant.

Is your Mac safe?

June 21, 2011. Daily Beast.
New phishing scam targets Apple users.

Apple’s brain drain

June 15, 2011. Daily Beast.
Retail guru Ron Johnson is the second top exec to leave.

Apple unveils iCloud

June 6, 2011. Daily Beast.
Apple follows Google, Amazon into the cloud.

What to make of Weiner’s wiener excuse?

May 31, 2011. Newsweek Daily Beast.
Hacking someone’s Twitter account is easier than you’d think.

Gadget god’s latest problem

May 27, 2011. Daily Beast.
David Pogue of the NY Times is dating a tech PR exec. No big deal, his boss says.

Sarkozy calls for more policing of Internet

May 24, 2011. Daily Beast.
Hate to say it, but he’s got a point.

Facebook smear campaign blame game

May 24, 2011. Daily Beast.
Facebook blames its PR firm. PR firm blames Facebook. Both look like idiots.

Facebook busted in clumsy smear campaign

May 12, 2011. Daily Beast.
Facebook runs a whisper campaign against Google, and the scheme blows up in its face.

On PayPal, the US lags in selling to the world

Nov. 29, 2010. Newsweek.
US merchants may be missing out on a big opportunity.

On PayPal, the US lags in selling to the world

Nov. 29, 2010. Newsweek.
US merchants may be missing out on a big opportunity.

On PayPal, the US lags in selling to the world

Nov. 29, 2010. Newsweek.
US merchants may be missing out on a big opportunity.

On PayPal, the US lags in selling to the world

Nov. 29, 2010. Newsweek.
US merchants may be missing out on a big opportunity.

On PayPal, the US lags in selling to the world

Nov. 29, 2010. Newsweek.
US merchants may be missing out on a big opportunity.

On PayPal, the US lags in selling to the world

Nov. 29, 2010. Newsweek.
US merchants may be missing out on a big opportunity.

Groupon reinvents advertising

Nov. 19, 2010. Newsweek.
Coupons? Who’d have thought?!

Does your data belong to you?

Nov. 13, 2010. Newsweek.
Facebook says no.

Obama’s Web troops have gone AWOL

Nov. 6, 2010. Newsweek.
What happened to that netroots movement?

Digg: A cautionary tale

Oct. 24, 2010. Newsweek.
They should have sold when they had the chance.

Google has big plans for your TV

Oct. 9, 2010. Newsweek.
Computer companies want to take over the tube.

Facebook and Zynga’s tug of war

Oct. 8, 2010. Newsweek.
Things are getting tense between Facebook and its biggest partner.

Android invasion

Oct. 3, 2010. Newsweek.
How Google is beating Apple at its own game.

Has Arianna figured out the future?

July 25, 2010. Newsweek.
The Huffington Post is a huge hit, but it’s making only one dollar per reader — per year.

R.I.P., Macintosh.

June 8, 2010. Newsweek.
Dear Mac, I hate to tell you, but your boyfriend Steve has found a younger, cuter platform.

Sayonara, iPhone

May 20, 2010. Newsweek.
Why I’m switching to Android.

Confessions of a tech apostate

May 3, 2010. Newsweek.
Obama says iPads are rotting our brains. He’s right.

What is so great about the iPad?

March 26, 2010. Newsweek.
Everything.

Why is Jerry Yang still in charge?

Oct. 18, 2008. Newsweek.
Yahoo lurches from one bad idea to the next.

Souring on Apple.

Oct. 15, 2008. Newsweek.
New MacBooks. Yawn.

Down in the Valley

Oct. 11, 2008. Newsweek.
Web 2.0 becomes Web two-dot-over.

Facebook’s Roar Becomes a Meow

Oct. 10, 2008. Newsweek.
Facebook was going to be the new Google. Um…

Cutting the cord

Oct. 4, 2008. Newsweek.
Lilliputian develops a pocket-sized fuel cell.

Gloomy Vista

Sept. 20, 2008. Newsweek.
Microsoft spends $300 million to tout Vista.

Much Ado About (Almost) Nothing.

Sept. 10, 2008. Newsweek.
Apple’s big news? New iPods. And Steve Jobs remains alive.

One Bad Apple

Sept. 6, 2008. Newsweek.
Apple has become a bully to its little partners.

Farewell, Bill Gates

July 21, 2008. Newsweek.
Is Microsoft better off without Bill Gates? Um, no.

One Phone to Rule Them All.

June 30, 2008. Forbes.
Moving to a speedy 3G network will make iPhone the ultimate traveling companion.

Drive Smarter.

June 16, 2008. Forbes.
If enough people use Dash Express, the hive should know what’s happening on the road at any given moment.

TiVo Hits the Reset Button.

May 19, 2008. Forbes.
If TiVo can’t make this new system work, the company might not survive.

Byte-Size Books.

May 5, 2008. Forbes.
Who’s to say that the novel won’t evolve into a massively collaborative art form?

An Audio Legend Adapts.

April 21, 2008. Forbes.
If you’re so wedded to that damn iPod, fine, but at least buy speakers that attempt to sound like a real stereo.

Tough Customers.

April 7, 2008. Forbes.
iPhone rocks, but Apple won’t find it easy to crack the corporate market.

Chumby and the Ambient Web.

March 24, 2008. Forbes.
Overwhelmed by information overload? There’s more coming. A lot more.

Cash Me Out.

February 25, 2008. Forbes.
The end of open source as counterculture.

Zune’s New Tune.

January 28, 2008. Forbes.
Microsoft’s pitch: Every yuppie poser has an iPod. Do you really want to be like them? Or are you a rebel?

Smart and Cute.

January 07, 2008. Forbes.
The Palm Centro: Smart and Cute

Big Audio Dynamite.

December 24, 2007. Forbes.
Digital music for the well-heeled audiophile.

Black Magic.

December 10, 2007. Forbes.
Movie studios are eager to support rivals to Apple. That’s great news for Vudu.

Party Crashers.

October 29, 2007. Forbes.
The social networking Web site is attracting older members, but it still looks and feels like a place for kids.

Hassle-Free PC.

October 15, 2007. Forbes.
As a PC for the kids, kitchen or the weekend home, or when you just need to Web-surf, Zonbu is a killer product.

Big Brother.

October 01, 2007. Forbes.
The flip side of Apple’s success is that Apple has started to seem scary.

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