David Needle

David Needle is a technology journalist based in the Silicon Valley.

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Coca Cola’s investments in startups is the real thing for innovation

Coca Cola’s investments in startups is the real thing for innovation

The biggest soft drink company in the world is investing in a wide range of startups because it’s a good move for business.

Kaiser CIO shares IT lessons for the future of healthcare

Kaiser CIO shares IT lessons for the future of healthcare

Kaiser Permanente's Dick Daniels urges fellow CIOs to look at how consumers use a variety of services to improve their own products and services.

Oracle’s enterprise cloud journey is only just beginning

Oracle’s enterprise cloud journey is only just beginning

Even though Oracle is seeing 50 percent growth for its cloud computing business, CEO Mark Hurd explains why the industry is only in the first inning of enterprise adoption.

Tech firms crowd into San Francisco, but it’s still no Silicon Valley

Tech firms crowd into San Francisco, but it’s still no Silicon Valley

Overcrowding in Silicon Valley and the need to pursue millennials who like life in the big city are pushing tech firms to move north.

Google’s secret weapon in cloud computing: people

Google’s secret weapon in cloud computing: people

Google had several big tech and service announcements at this week's second annual Google Cloud Next. But that's not what seems to be drawing in customers.

How to close the digital leadership gap

How to close the digital leadership gap

A new report by Deloitte identifies what it says is a serious shortfall of digital leadership in organizations and offers a range of solutions to address the issue.

RSA: Eric Schmidt shares deep learning on AI

RSA: Eric Schmidt shares deep learning on AI

In a wide-ranging conversation focused on artificial intelligence, the Google executive also touched on security concerns and the need to keep the internet open.

How sports execs use tech to improve fan engagement

How sports execs use tech to improve fan engagement

Winning is great, but sports teams are making major investments in technology off the field to attract fans and keep them engaged.

Why Blockchain’s growing pains will be worth it

Why Blockchain’s growing pains will be worth it

Experts say blockchain has a bright future, much like the optimistic predictions the industry had for the cloud 10 years ago.

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