Todd R. Weiss

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Todd R. Weiss is an award-winning technology journalist and freelance writer who worked as a staff reporter for Computerworld from 2000 to 2008. Weiss covers enterprise IT from cloud computing to Hadoop to virtualization, enterprise applications such as ERP, CRM and BI, Linux and open source, and more. He spends his spare time working on a book about an unheralded member of the 1957 Milwaukee Braves and watching classic Humphrey Bogart movies.

Is Apple's iPod dying? Does Apple care?

With iPod sales revenues dropping, is this the end of the iPod?

Schmidt's exit from Apple board benefits consumers

Consumers may not feel a direct impact from Google's Eric Schmidt leaving Apple's board of directors. But the move could ultimately lead to more innovation by both companies, Todd R. Weiss argues.

What the Microsoft-Yahoo-Bing deal means for you

So what's it mean for computer users now that Microsoft and Yahoo today finally are announcing their long-anticipated marriage of Microsoft's Bing search engine and Yahoo's premium search advertising tools? PC World's Todd R. Weiss has the answer.

Surprise: Texting while driving is dangerous

A new study concludes what many of us already knew: driving while texting on a phone isn't safe. But PC World's Todd R. Weiss thinks such studies are useless without action.

New T-Mobile BlackBerry 8520 is Mac-ready

The BlackBerry 8520 will offer native Mac support when it arrives next month.