In our hurry to move ahead, we always expect the new to finish off the old, writes Deepak Mankar.
To be honest I am a big Google fan. But a master stroke is a master stroke and it has to be appreciated, writes Puneet Mehrotra.
The blogosphere is full of skirmishes - somewhat akin to 'flaming' of yore, writes Deepak Mankar.
Google in its bid for online dominance launched a calendar service late last week, writes Puneet Mehrotra.
Kaavya Viswanathan's controversial 'How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got a Life' was a packaged novel, writes Deepak Mankar.
On this day with my head hanging in shame I have just four words to say "Shame on you Google", writes Puneet Mehrotra.
Blog writing, it seems, isn't the way to go, if money is on your mind, writes Deepak Mankar.
Once upon a time, a journalist worth his salt wrote for "fickle readers and nitpicking editors", writes Deepak Mankar.
Imagine a world where you have all the information of the Internet without even connecting to the net, writes Puneet Mehrotra.
After product placement in movies and video games, science may soon put ads in our dreams, writes Deepak Mankar.
The unthinkable has happened. Apple's Mac can now run Windows. Shocked aren't you?, writes Puneet Mehrotra.
Do you visualize a situation in the next four years or so where there are more connected-to-the-Internet devices than there are Internet users?, writes Deepak Mankar.
I was amused and bemused by a reader posting in response to a news.com story on the Western Union telegram stoppage, writes Deepak Mankar.
A few months ago I had written a column on the "ownership" of the Internet. The issue is becoming active once again, writes Puneet Mehrotra.
In spite of skeptic's predictions, spam has not flooded inboxes to the point of driving email users to abandon email, writes Deepak Mankar.