The author responds to our Scott Woolley's review of his new book, "The Master Switch."
By Tim Wu, contributor
"Time has upset many fighting faiths" – Oliver Wendell Holmes
My book, "The Master Switch" asks a simple, age-old question: Is history destined to repeat itself? Is the great revolutionary medium of our times, the Internet, destined to follow the path of its ancestors, radio and the telephone, a path of MORENov 22, 2010 11:58 AM ET
The hot battery maker has a balance sheet problem -- lots of inventory of expensive EV batteries. It looks like the adoption curve for electric vehicles is flatter than anyone thought.
Battery maker A123 was supposed to rev up the electric vehicle revolution. When the company went public in September 2009, Wall Street loved it. But recently, A123 (AONE) has had a hard time pleasing the Street, missing earnings estimates even MOREShelley DuBois, writer-reporter - Nov 15, 2010 3:00 AM ET
Apps for Californians was a contest to build the best tools to leverage government data for the public good. Besides creating new ways for citizens to understand their world, it also created new job opportunities and blueprint for the nation.
By John F. Moore, contributor
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was not talking about Open Government data or job creation when he spoke of, "government of the people, by MORENov 11, 2010 12:31 PM ET
With state and local governments in a tax crunch, small towns often don't have the resources they need to provide -- in a traditional way, at least -- the services they must offer their residents. Here's how the cloud can help.
By John F. Moore, contributor
As founder of The Lab I have the opportunity to work in multiple roles in Government 2.0. As I wrote in my last article, It's time MOREOct 25, 2010 3:14 PM ET
If this reboot of the Microsoft phone platform underwhelms, CEO Steve Ballmer might have to open the purse strings and make an acquisition. (Hello, BlackBerry!)
One thing the new Microsoft Windows Phone 7 has going for it is that no one's expecting much. The company's last mobile operating system was clunky, antiquated, and subsequently retired. The Kin One and Two, those smartphone-like pair of devices that Microsoft launched for youngsters earlier MOREJessi Hempel, writer - Oct 11, 2010 12:39 PM ET
The government 2.0 movement is about change, real change, and how to use the power of tech to empower the public. Here's how it will work, and who's already behind it.
By John Moore, contributor
There is a movement underway, called Government 2.0, a movement is crucial to our future as a society and one that's I'm a part of -- an inside man, if you will. Let me tell you about MOREOct 1, 2010 1:53 PM ET
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