This Nest acquisition makes me think Google didn’t want these things to be jokes. That they want to make devices that tens of millions of people will buy and use in the
Google Glass is a borg mullet - Boing Boing. I completely agree. Remember, no matter how cool you believed them to be, the Borg were the bad guys.
As more of consumers’ lives depend on mobile devices, the chances they have something on their phones they want private has become very high. According to research, about four in five US smartphone
When you’re a manager, no one is going to make the first move for you. People on your team may have hinted around it. They may have submitted subtle or even assertive
Developers are key to Microsoft's efforts to gain a foothold in the apps market and create a cohesive Windows ecosystem. Its upcoming OS refreshes, code-named "Threshold," will strive for commonality across its three
Half an operating system: The triumph and tragedy of OS/2 | Ars Technica. The trouble was that GUIs took a while to develop, and they took up more resources than their non-GUI counterparts.
“The most surprising finding is that the rate of new apps being created is accelerating,” said Simon Khalaf, CEO of Flurry, San Francisco. “You would expect it to be flat. The rate itself
Capital One is making it easier for customers to sign into its mobile banking app replacing passwords with a pattern that users trace with their finger. The new feature is designed to address
USB 3.0 is still going through some growing pains. As you can see above, the Note 3 won't let you keep USB 3.0 on all the time. You have to enable
Delta said on Monday that it plans to buy Surface 2 tablets using the Microsoft hardware to replace paper flight books for the airline’s 11,000 pilots. via Delta to Use Microsoft's
Billy Joel famously sang that we didn't start the fire, but Amazon definitely has with their latest Kindle Fire HDX and its Mayday feature. While the feature itself has received lots of praise
I listen to a lot of podcasts. Having a round-trip commute of 106 miles, with around 24 miles of that through construction, it takes me a little while to get to work and