While some are buying up the competition while they still can or building their own SaaS-like operations, others are hiding their heads in the sand. For them, at least, the results aren’t going to be pretty.
If a device doesn’t have a keyboard, there’s probably an ARM-designed chip inside.
Ingress, the Alternate/Augmented Reality game from Google’s Niantic Labs, is a major evolution of mobile gaming. Apparently, it’s also a good way to get arrested.
Despite strong sales for the top five titles (led by Call of Duty), the industry continues to shrink. But there are several reasons why the situation isn’t as dire as the numbers suggest.
This is a win for Netflix, but make no mistake, Disney is in charge.
Somehow Microsoft managed to become relevant again even as the market and the media have pivoted away from the desktop computer arena that made it rich and famous.
Should anyone pay attention to surveys claiming to list the best employers, or are they nothing but marketing fluff?
Does the No. 2 chipmaker have enough fight left to reinvent itself?
After 100 years of innovation, Sharp is now the worst-performing company in the world.
The Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize promises to turn everybody into a Doctor McCoy by 2016.
“I hate to sound like a snob, but call me back when Harvard Business School offers an online MBA.”
Back in the dey, real estate’s Multiple Listing Services was innovative technology designed to help buyers find homes. Today, though, it just gets in the way.
If it’s not a smartphone, it’s dumb.
One Laptop Per Child puts computers in the hands of the world’s most vulnerable children to help educate them out of poverty. It’s a noble cause championed by our brightest minds – but it doesn’t seem to work.
With the impending announcement of the iPad Mini, all eyes seem to be focused on making tablets smaller. But the truly unexplored territory lies in the other direction – in tablets that go big. Really, really big.
When the Web was still text links and tables, Adobe Flash brought us rollovers, interactive games and kitten videos. But a hard stand by Apple was the begining of the end for the groundbreaking technology, and guess what? We’ll be OK without it.
After backing out of plans to compete with Netflix, Blockbuster is all but done. That’s not great news for the streaming-video space, and Netflix is in a rough spot. But Blockbuster’s latest stumble toward oblivion isn’t necessarily the final nail in NetFlix’ coffin.
Even if your resume is perfect, your references are in tip-top and your job skills are up to date, new research suggests employers and others could still find reasons to dislike you.
A business’ data is still its most important asset, but that doesn’t mean it every company needs to spend millions of dollars building and maintaining its own datacenters. The cloud has grown up, and the days of the company-owned-and-operated datacenters are numbered.
Google’s Project Glass has made wearable computing hip. Now a Canadian Kickstarter project wants to make it dorky. And the GoPad folks might actually be on to something.