Today's post-technology generation is coming of age and bored with today's games. They're coming up with tomorrow's.
Electric utilities have figured out how to make, and deliver, unregulated profits from renewable energy.
The rest of America has neither forgotten, nor forgiven, the biggest banks for what happened during the 2008 financial crisis.
How we interact with computers is about to change radically. Devices like Apple's iPad are just the first step.
Pivotal said its 'industrial Internet' will give GE and other industrial companies a use for all the data they now collect from big machines.
Angela Merkel's pursuit of international financial order may make her far more important than Margaret Thatcher ever dreamed of being.
Tim Cook says he is building an Apple team for the long term. So don't judge him by the short term.
Whenever you are pessimistic about the state of the world, a quick online search for solutions will work wonders.
Microsoft's new strategy is to make Google seem like Microsoft -- bureaucratic, inflexible and proprietary.
Intel will remain a speculative bet until it appoints a CEO who can set a new direction.