Nancy Gohring

Nancy is a freelance journalist who started writing about mobile phones just in time to cover the transition to digital. She's written about PCs from Hanover, cellular networks from Singapore, wireless standards from Cyprus, cloud computing from Seattle and just about any technology subject you can think of from Las Vegas. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Computerworld, Wired, the Seattle Times and other well-respected publications.

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Dropbox and Box: Acquisitions spotlight vastly different strategies

Dropbox and Box: Acquisitions spotlight vastly different strategies

Dropbox is on an acquisition tear, adding new services to its offerings. That's sending mixed messages to developers who have also been told to think of Dropbox as a platform.

Why the Kindle Fire isn't ready for the office

Why the Kindle Fire isn't ready for the office

The Kindle Fire HDX makes a great consumer tablet but it's lacking some key functionality necessary to use it for work.

First iPad, now Chromebooks: Microsoft embraces non-Windows devices

First iPad, now Chromebooks: Microsoft embraces non-Windows devices

Microsoft makes it easier for Chromebook users to launch Office apps.

BlackBerry opts out of a BYOD world

BlackBerry opts out of a BYOD world

What Blackberry CEO John Chen meant when he said he'd get out of the phone business if he couldn't make money at it.

VMware adapts to a BYO world

VMware adapts to a BYO world

Horizon 6 aims squarely at Citrix

Crittercism targets its mobile app monitoring service at enterprises

Crittercism targets its mobile app monitoring service at enterprises

Crittercism's service is now monitoring primarily consumer mobile apps for more than one billion active users. With a new investment, it's chasing the enterprise market.

New Office for Mac will be based on Office for iPad code

New Office for Mac will be based on Office for iPad code

Microsoft engineers gave a bit of insight into what's to come in Office for iPad and about the development process for the app.

Here's how one company built its data science operation

Here's how one company built its data science operation

Workshare has a team of data scientists who help product managers meet a goal of basing half of their decisions on numbers, not just guts.

Don't get so excited: A Google wireless offering would be a snooze

Don't get so excited: A Google wireless offering would be a snooze

Notice there haven't been a lot of successful MVNOs

The rumors were true: Microsoft drops Windows fee to $0 on devices

The rumors were true: Microsoft drops Windows fee to $0 on devices

Microsoft says it will stop charging OEMs for Windows on devices smaller than 9 inches.

In cloud wars, don't forget number two Rackspace

In cloud wars, don't forget number two Rackspace

Amazon, Google, and Microsoft get more press, but Rackspace is prominent, especially in enterprises.

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