Google's Android is open source, hardware-agnostic, and developer-friendly -- so why do its developers seem so unhappy?
Analysis: Recent moves to block apps from the iPhone show why legislation to preserve equal access to the Internet is needed now more than ever.
It's widespread, it's capable, and it's got new competition -- so Microsoft's next version of Office has its work cut out.
Analysis: Despite browser improvements, Web apps still suffer from network bottlenecks and scripting problems.
Analysis: Vendors are scrambling to provide developer tools to support multicore CPUs, but customer demand is heading in the other direction.
The trend toward netbooks marks a sea change in the industry -- consumers now want portable PCs to be cheaper, not faster.
Analysis: Pushing security patches is a fast way to fix vulnerabilities, but Microsoft goes too far.
Analysis: Ten ways Oracle could make money from Sun.
Analysis: The iTunes App Store demonstrates the weaknesses of the online software distribution model.
Repealing software patents could give a much-needed boost to the tech industry in troubled economic times.