Posts By Arik

Gawker Password Mess Spreads to World of Warcraft, and Apparently to Yahoo

I'll Take Computer Company PR Stunts for $1,000,000

Gaurav Dhillon Wants to Integrate Everything, Again

Amazon: It Was Our Hardware, Not Hackers, That Brought Us Down

Dell to Acquire Compellent

Catching Up With Factual CEO Gil Elbaz

2011: Apps Get Spendy, Carriers Get Grabby, Google Loses Its Way

Google Offers a Cloud-Based Safety Net for Microsoft Exchange

U.S. Tech Job Growth Was Strongest in…Oklahoma City?

Salesforce Acquires Hosted Apps Platform Heroku

Sprint-Nextel CEO Dan Hesse Talks About Clearwire (Video)

Sprint-Nextel CEO Dan Hesse: "We Couldn't Wait" to Deploy LTE

Glenn Lurie, AT&T's Head of Emerging Devices, Live at Dive Into Mobile

Spotify's Daniel Ek: We'll Launch in the U.S., Just Not Sure When Launches, Your Database in the Sky

Susan Wojcicki, Google SVP and Advertising Chief, Live at Dive Into Mobile

Flash Storage Startup Fusion-io Speeds Up Trading At Credit Suisse

Meet Lew Tucker, Cisco's Mr. Cloud

Cisco, BMC Team Up in the Cloud

PayPal to WikiLeaks: You're Cut Off

War Against WikiLeaks Continues; France Joins In

Oracle Sets Database Speed Record; Larry Ellison Disses HP

Jennifer Granick, Lawyer to Hackers, Joins Zwillinger Genetski

As Amazon Cuts Off WikiLeaks, Sen. Joe Lieberman Claims a Pointless Victory

No One Is Happy With the FCC Chairman's Speech, Except Broadband Investors

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I think the NSA has a job to do and we need the NSA. But as (physicist) Robert Oppenheimer said, “When you see something that is technically sweet, you go ahead and do it and argue about what to do about it only after you’ve had your technical success. That is the way it was with the atomic bomb.”

— Phil Zimmerman, PGP inventor and Silent Circle co-founder, in an interview with Om Malik