Profile of Fritz NelsonVice President, Editorial Director InformationWeek Business Technology Network
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Fritz Nelson is a former senior VP and editorial director of the InformationWeek Business Technology Network.
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posted in June 2012
Google I/O kicks off Wednesday at 9:30 PST and InformationWeek's Fritz Nelson is live blogging right here. Join us for breaking news and expert analysis.
Join us for the next episode of our live Web TV show on June 27, featuring news and analysis from the Google I/O show, special Google guests, and more.
InformationWeek's Fritz Nelson, on this week's episode of Press:Here, talks tech with Katherine Sarafian, producer of Pixar's new animated film, Brave.
Microsoft Windows Phone 8 shares a close connection with Windows 8. Take a closer look at what that means for users, enterprises, and developers.
Windows Phone 8 has five important new elements for enterprises.
But simply compare Windows Phone 8 to iOS and Android and you'll miss Microsoft's larger goal.
Samsung's Galaxy S III looks more elegant and thin than the company's previous smartphones, with an even larger display. It is a fantastic media consumption unit.
Galaxy S III, Samsung's new flagship smartphone, seems just the right size and packs plenty of content sharing, camera, and voice capabilities.
Surface looks to be an intriguing tablet in the short term, but harmful to Microsoft's fragile partner ecosystem. Consider these five possible motivations driving Microsoft.
Microsoft's Surface tablets, its home-grown, direct iPad rivals, will debut in versions for Windows 8 RT and Windows 8 Pro.
Apple unveiled useful tweaks and new ideas at its Worldwide Developer Conference. Take a peek at our favorites, from MacBook Pro to iOS 6.
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off June 11 at 10 PST and InformationWeek's Fritz Nelson live blogs the event right here. Join us for the latest on iOS 6, iPhone, and much more.
Oracle badly needs to articulate a customer-centric vision. The cloud seems like a great place to start--and here's what Larry Ellison should say.