Hewlett-Packard's Shane Robison is one of my favorite guys to chat with in Silicon Valley.
As chief strategy officer and chief technology officer for the top-ranked tech company on the Fortune 500, Robison doesn't just have a great sense of where tech M&A is going, he's in the driver's seat. He's also a savvy executive. Consider that he's managed the big picture at HP (HPQ) under two very different bosses in MOREJon Fortt - Apr 29, 2010 5:50 AM ET
What smartphone click rates tell use about the people who own them
Android users are mostly guys. iPod touch owners are overwhelmingly young. And people who carry iPhones are way more likely to lust after an iPad.
Those are a few of differences that emerged from a opt-in survey of 963 smartphone and iPod touch owners conducted in February by AdMob, the mobile advertising company that Google snapped up in November for MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Feb 25, 2010 8:00 AM ET
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Company wants to make its Flash technology available everywhere -- and that means penetrating mobile devices.
Flash is finally coming to your smartphone—and so is Adobe (ADBE). With today's launch of the newest version its software, Adobe Flash Player 10.1, the San Jose-based company is making an aggressive push to get its product onto any gadget that allows for web browsing--Blackberry devices, netbooks, increasingly even TVs.
Crucially, Adobe has signed on a MOREJessi Hempel, writer - Oct 5, 2009 12:01 AM ET
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