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  • Book review: 'The Idea Factory' by Jon Gertner

    Book review: 'The Idea Factory' by Jon Gertner
    For generations of industry research executives, AT&T's Bell Telephone Laboratories served as an inspiration: a warren of youthful scientists and engineers assigned to go where their intellects took them, not especially concerned about serving the corporate bottom line, picking up cartloads of Nobel Prizes along the way. Bell Labs was the model for, among others, Xerox Corp.'s legendary Palo Alto Research Center, or PARC, which spun out the personal computer, Windows-style displays, Ethernet and many other advances that delivered their bounty more to society at large than to the parent company.
  • IndieCade: A look at some of the year’s most exciting games

     
    Stroll end to end at IndieCade, a now-annual game festival and conference in Culver City, and there’s as much for […]

    RIM denied BBX name, redubs new phone/tablet OS BlackBerry 10

     
    Research In Motion's next BlackBerry smartphone and tablet operating system won't be called BBX after all. Instead, RIM is going with the name BlackBerry 10 after a Federal Court in Albuquerque issued a temporary restraining order against the Canadian...

    HP plans to make WebOS open source by September

     
    Hewlett-Packard says it will make its WebOS available to the open-source community by September.

    Mozilla releases Firefox 8 with built-in Twitter search

     
    Mozilla released Firefox 8 on Tuesday, the latest version of its web browser, with one feature that is sure to get notice by social media fans -- built-in Twitter search. "Twitter is now included as a search option in Firefox for Windows, Mac and Linux,"...