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“Big Data, Big Decisions, Big Impact
“Big Data, Big Decisions, Big Impact" - Michael Dell speaks with IWTV at Web 2.0 Summit
InformationWeek Videos  |  10/21/2011
Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Inc., speaks with IWTV about how to distill Big Data into something meaningful and translate it into customers. David Berlind interviews Dell while at Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, 2011.
Solar-Powered Mobile Device Charging Goes Social
Solar-Powered Mobile Device Charging Goes Social
InformationWeek Videos  |  10/20/2011
German startup Changers launches solar-powered charger for mobile phones and a community and marketplace for turning energy produced into tangible credit.
Q&A: Reid Hoffman, Partner at Greylock, Co-Founder & Executive Chairman of LinkedIn
Q&A: Reid Hoffman, Partner at Greylock, Co-Founder & Executive Chairman of LinkedIn
InformationWeek Videos  |  10/19/2011
Reid Hoffman, Executive Chairman for LinkedIn, sits down at Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco to have a Q&A with John Battelle
High Order Bit: PepsiCo Inc. -- Frank Cooper and Shiv Singh
High Order Bit: PepsiCo Inc. -- Frank Cooper and Shiv Singh
InformationWeek Videos  |  10/19/2011
Frank Cooper, CMO of Global Consumer Engagement, and Shiv Singh, Head of Ditigal, talk to the Web 2.0 Summit about Pepsi's business plan and how they intend to compete in a high-tech environment.
The Co-Founders of Quora have a conversation with John Battelle
The Co-Founders of Quora have a conversation with John Battelle
InformationWeek Videos  |  10/19/2011
Charlie Cheever and Adam D'Angelo, Co-Founders of Quora, have a conversation with John Battelle while at Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco.
David Morin, Founder of Path, propses a more intimate social networking platform
David Morin, Founder of Path, propses a more intimate social networking platform
InformationWeek Videos  |  10/19/2011
Web 2.0 Summit embraces David Morin's idea for a socail network for some of the more intimate moments of our lives, from love to death. David Morin is the Founder of Path.
Google Plus will now support Google App account users within days, Vic Gundotra, Google's Senior Vice President of Engineering said on Wednesday at Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco.
Google Plus will now support Google App account users within days, Vic Gundotra, Google's Senior Vice President of Engineering said on Wednesday at Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco.
InformationWeek Videos  |  10/19/2011
Gundotra was joined on stage with Sergey Brin, one of the company's co-founders. Gundotra said Brin was very involved in the design of Google Plus, especially its Hangouts feature. Sergey painted his role as being more of "the peanut gallery."
CTO for Facebook, Bret Taylor, addresses the Web 2.0 Summit audience with a description of Facebook's back-end.
CTO for Facebook, Bret Taylor, addresses the Web 2.0 Summit audience with a description of Facebook's back-end.
InformationWeek Videos  |  10/19/2011
Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco: A conversation with Bret Taylor, Facebook's CTO, and John Battelle
David Hornik hosts a Pivot discussion about what our cars can tell us about ourselves
David Hornik hosts a Pivot discussion about what our cars can tell us about ourselves
InformationWeek Videos  |  10/19/2011
Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco holds a Pivot discussion hosted by David Hornik, Partner of August Capital. David Hornik informs the Web 2.0 audience about what our behaviors can tell us about who we are as an individual.
Web 2.0 Summit High Order Bit with Deanna Brown, CEO of Federated Media
Web 2.0 Summit High Order Bit with Deanna Brown, CEO of Federated Media
InformationWeek Videos  |  10/19/2011
Deanna Brown, CEO of Federated Media, one of the media companies hosting Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, makes a special announcement during their High Order Bit