A few months ago, Jon Mitchell wrote a great piece that stirred up a lot of discussion about the viability of creating art on tablets with your hands. Although I commented at the time, I’ve finally drawn a more complete response.
In case you haven’t heard, there is a lot of hype right now about virtual and augmented reality. Three months into 2016, investors have already spent $1.1 billion to get a piece of the action. All this money, but no revenue and, in large part, no clear market. There are some good signs that 2016… Read more »
Facebook wants to win the race for the Internet. But one frontier that it hasn’t yet mastered is video. If Facebook can capture the video-viewing Web audience, its users will stay on the site longer, sharing more with each other and to their Walls.
As the concept of social TV continues growing, Facebook has an opportunity to reinvent social…
Microsoft took a step toward creating – and owning – the Star Trek holodeck this week via a patent application that introduces the concept of a “peripheral display” that can project game scenes onto the walls, ceiling and floors of a room.