Andrew Cunningham, writing for Ars Technica: Apple's past growth has been driven mostly by entering entirely new product categories, like it did when it introduced the iPod in 2001, the iPhone in 2007,
The last couple of years have been a fascinating story about the failure of mobile payments to achieve any signficant traction in the mobile payments space. Until the last few months, retailers and
It seems odd to think that it has been nearly 2 years since HighGravityConsulting.com came online. Even though I've been doing private technology consulting since my college years, its been a crazy
The first time I saw John Siracusa's posts about the forthcoming Mac OS X on Arstechnica, I thought to myself, "What a sad life this man must have to spend so much
By far one of the most amazing demos I have seen in quite some time. An army of miniature robots to do my will? Count. Me. In.
Purchasing a smartphone is something most consumers do about once every two years, assuming they don't destroy their phone before its natural life is up. Google wants to change that model so we
Way to go Google (really Motorola) with this new prototype. This is one of the first novel ideas I've seen in a couple years. For too long has virtual reality (VR) relied on
I find there are a lot of limits to this design (namely, 10 total gestures so if you've got more features you're out of luck), but I like how the designers are thinking.
Gartner Hype Cycle on the Gartner Hype Cycle - Boing Boing. For those of us who know much about Gartner, this will have you laughing so hard you cry. Too accurate of their
This is where I think he actually gets Apple and what they were trying to accomplish. It wasn't about the specific geeky features or specs, it was about the experience people had when
A Conference Call in Real Life. "Have you been here the whole time?" This rings so true to my life.
iWatch Concept on Vimeo on Vimeo I've hated the 'wearables' concepts for a long time, but its a hate based on the idea of requiring me to have yet another 'thing' on me.