It seems Facebook, the social network personally endorsed by God, is now worth more than eBay, Yahoo, and Time Warner -- all without selling a single share to Joe or Jane Public.
Analysis: Cringeley's bold prognostications about Apple, Microsoft, Google, and tech events in 2011.
Among this year's award winners: Steve Jobs, Steve Ballmer, Mark Zuckerberg, Google, and the CIA
Facebook's boy wonder has won Time's nod as the Person of the Year -- Cringe isn't sure he deserves it
If WikiLeaks' Julian Assange were in memoir-writing mode, I'd bet "How to Win Friends and Influence People" would not be among the likely titles.
It's the first all-out cyber war, not between nations but between factions: those who agree with what WikiLeaks does, and those who don't.
WikiLeaks and Julian Assange have finally gone too far after listing dozens of global facilities that may be targeted by terrorists.
I am a brave man. Why brave? Because, for no reason other than the sheer terror of it, I decided to upgrade both my laptop and smartphone operating systems.
Yahoo vows to wow with 'drumbeat of constant innovation,' but Cringely suspects it'll end up piling on even more stuff
Find out what readers had to say in response to Cringely's comments on Windows Phone 7, politics, and plagiarism
Facebook and Google are squaring off to determine which company can act more like a three-year-old. Cringely says they both could use a good spanking
Bet you thought we'd put the RIAA's ugly file swapper witch hunt behind us. Well, guess again.
Facebook's privacy problems are like a centipede with footwear issues. "Other" shoes keep dropping, and there seems to be no end of them.
And not just to advertisers -- some app developers are selling Facebook's user info to data brokers. Where will it end?