The 29th annual JPMorgan H&Q Technology Conference kicked off in San Francisco on Monday, at a time when investors are trying to sort out the direction of the Nasdaq and individual tech companies. Presentations at the conference, at the Westin St. Francis hotel, should provide plenty of evidence for bulls and bears alike. will put you there with its coverage.

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Thursday, May 3

AOL's Case Gives the Masses What They Want

Parting Upshot: Ending With a Whimper

IBM Wants to Keep Its Noncompetitive Edge

Wednesday, May 2

Investors Take Away a Mixed Bag

The List That Nobody Would Like to Be On

Nokia Shrugs Off Verizon Rumor and Other Bad Vibes

Juniper Says Customers Spend Less, Think Short Term

The Upshot: the Numbers in Hand

Tuesday, May 1

Et Tu, i2? Now Is the Season of Software's Discontent

After Spring Freeze, Network Apps Sees Small Summer Thaw

Computer Associates Forced to Play Defense

Siebel Says Cuts Preserved Company's Profit Culture

Applied Micro Doesn't See Any Second-Half Heroics for Tech

The Upshot: On Paperclips and Profits

Monday, April 30

Taking the Pulse on Tech's Recovery

Ciena Puts On a Happy Face for Investors at H&Q

Oracle Gives Little Reason for Immediate Optimism

TI's CEO Says Broadband a Lonely Bright Spot

Broadcom CEO's Blunt Message About Predictable Pain

Energy Crisis Has Gov. Gray Davis Looking Backward

Commerce One: We Saw a Problem With Stock Warrants Early On

Dell's Choice Was to Sell Low or Go Too Slow

Yahoo! Has Learned Its Lesson: Free Is a Dirty Word

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