Jon Gold

Senior Writer

Jon covers open-source, mobile, network managment and partridges in pear trees for Network World. Get at him via email or Twitter.


Google declares war on copy and paste

Google declares war on copy and paste

Google’s ready to kick Control+C and Control+V to the curb – the company on Thursday announced new APIs and enterprise partnerships today at its annual I/O developer conference, designed to simplify common workflows and make its...

Google I/O 2016: In pictures

Google I/O 2016: In pictures

The sights of Google’s home campus, and the delights of the outdoor edition of its annual developer conference.

Google I/O 2016: Android N hits beta, boasts VR and more

Google I/O 2016: Android N hits beta, boasts VR and more

Google’s been hard at work under the hood of its Android operating system, announcing performance, security and productivity updates in the new Android N alongside a swanky new suite of VR capabilities called Daydream and version 2.0...

Riverbed debuts cloud, UC management features for SteelCentral

Riverbed debuts cloud, UC management features for SteelCentral

Riverbed has several new features baked into the latest version of its SteelCentral application performance and network management suite, designed to help manage networking components and applications that live in the cloud and...

Nyansa launches Voyance Live, a public networking statistics portal

Nyansa launches Voyance Live, a public networking statistics portal

IT analytics company Nyansa today rolled out a public web portal, offering anonymized data pulled from instances of its flagship Voyance product in operation around the world.

How to watch Google I/O 2016

How to watch Google I/O 2016

Plenty of options for staying up-to-the-minute with Google’s annual, developer soiree.

T-Mobile, Qualcomm get FCC approval to test LTE-U

T-Mobile, Qualcomm get FCC approval to test LTE-U

A controversial new wireless technology is closer to widespread use, after Qualcomm and T-Mobile got an official green light from the FCC to test LTE-U in four U.S. locations late last week.

18 most powerful wireless networking companies

18 most powerful wireless networking companies

Our list of power players in enterprise networking, and beyond

HPE/Aruba buys networking analysis company Rasa Networks

HPE/Aruba confirmed today that the company has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Rasa Networks, a network performance management startup, for an undisclosed amount.

Open-source really could help get you a job, study finds

Open-source really could help get you a job, study finds

Experience in the open-source world is a valuable asset for technology job-seekers, and it’s getting more so over time, according to the latest Open-Source Jobs Report, which was published today by Dice and the Linux Foundation.

May the Fourth be with you: 4 of the best & 4 of the worst Star Wars video games

May the Fourth be with you: 4 of the best & 4 of the worst Star Wars video games

Star Wars, as an enormous building block of nerd culture, and one that got popular right when home computing was really taking off, has an unsurprisingly huge number of video games set in its universe. Some of them are very good, and...

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