This year's Web 2.0 Summit is hardly limited to the Internet. Yes, there's plenty of chatter about Web startups. But featured speakers are also talking about what to expect next from Dell, Foursquare, and even Angry Birds.
Google's Vic Gundotra (left) and Sergey Brin (center) being interviewed by John Battelle at Web 2.0 Summit.
On stage with Google's head of social media, Vic Gundotra, the Google co-founder talks about the rocky start of the search giant's latest social play. (Posted in Rafe's Radar by Rafe Needleman) October 19, 2011 3:01 p.m. PT
At the Web 2.0 Summit, the quintessential rapper, fashion icon, and occasional Web entrepreneur launches WIREDoo--a search engine that offers "deep search." (Posted in Tehnically Incorrect by Chris Matyszczyk) October 19, 2011 5:02 p.m. PT
In her trademark style, venture capitalist Mary Meeker gave her read on the technology landscape and how it's interacting with the global economy. (Posted in Rafe's Radar by Rafe Needleman) October 18, 2011 3:35 p.m. PT
Hewlett-Packard has potentially handed competitor Dell a huge opportunity to get ahead in enterprise computing solutions and services.
(Posted in Business Tech by Rachel King) October 18, 2011 11:34 a.m. PT
Yahoo Executive Vice President Ross Levinsohn says he's "incredibly bullish" about Yahoo because of its ability to personalize media for people. (Posted in Digital Media by Paul Sloan) October 17, 2011 4:46 p.m. PT
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