Yahoo's billion dollar deal to buy Tumblr isn't about user bases or revenue streams. It's about the content.
$1.1 billion later, Tumblr is part of Yahoo, but what does the move mean and how does it fit with Marissa Mayer's new strategy for the company?
This infographic illustrates the importance of making all your online tools accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of ability.
Microsoft released a couple of ads this week bashing Google Docs, which while clearly missing the mark, probably didn't give the message they were hoping to convey.
When Box bought Crocodoc last week, it would have been easy to dismiss it as a minor announcement, but there could be a lot more to this than meet's the eye.
The Nook iOS app update focuses on improving the graphic novel/comic reading experience.
Novell is the latest company to join the file sync and share hit parade with their new product, Filr. Their twist on this old chestnut is that they live behind the firewall, but they let the content live in its native place.
Since Marissa Mayer took over at Yahoo, she appears to be firmly focused on a mobile and content-centric strategy.
KnowledgeTree released an iOS app that could help sales people get at the content they need more quickly to help the customer when they need it.
Adobe Creative Cloud could be a misnomer given the main applications live on the desktop.