Like traditional sports, e-sports can be costly. A prime component of e-sports infrastructure is video streaming, which enables competition. Viewers […]
Influencers in the arts can drive real profits, even with small moves. A single Instagram post by Beyoncé, for example, […]
How Apple’s competition stacks up.
As if the holidays weren’t already stressful enough, add in the pressure of trying to find a gift for those […]
Every person has hard-to-shop-for people on his holiday gift list. Whether it’s a picky eater, an impulse shopper, or simply […]
ReadWrite takes to the streets of SoMa to get past Hollywood stereotypes. Why geeks wear what they wear will surprise you.
We went to actual Silicon Valley companies to look past the Hollywood stereotypes offered on TV. Here’s who we found.
Technology has forever altered just about every facet of music. From how we learn and compose music to how it’s recorded, distributed and consumed, everything is different now. The shifts in consumption go way beyond solitary listening through white earbuds, entering far more social settings.
Earlier this month, we looked at how to use…
Got a new Chromecast? Here’s the manual Google should have put in the box.
How to get the most out of Google’s cheap new streaming dongle.
Nest buys Revolv, but kills off its hub.
More stylish, less clunky.
Sick of selfies? Us, too. Here’s some Instagrams that should blind you with science.
Netflix’s Facebook integration is finally here. Do we really need more frictionless sharing?
Tough economic times and
startups have at least one
thing in common – you need character and determination to survive.
Character is what it takes to win,
to believe and to persuade others. It’s a mix of passion, determination,
Character is about crossing the finish line, about achieving dreams and
Not sold on fancy wrist tech? Pebble’s new app store might just change your mind.
Google’s new device can do a lot of things. Supporting the faster 5GHz Wi-Fi frequency favored by streaming fans isn’t one of them.
Futurama, canned by Comedy Central, will wrap up its long run with its seventh season this summer. To commemorate the show, here’s a roundup of the 10 coolest tech and science inventions in Futurama history.
Amazon’s Fire TV is a set-top box packed with features. Here are the ones that matter.
Every Major League Baseball season has a whopping 2,430 regular-season games that are played from April through October – not counting spring training or the playoffs. That is a lot of baseball. And of course, you’d like to use your PC or tablet to watch some of those games, right?
No worries. MLB is happy, within restrictions and for a price…
Hands up who wants to get rid of the word “blog”? I’m beginning to wonder whether the word “weblog” has outlived its purpose. But before you call the white coats, let me try and explain. You see, blogging to me has always meant writing and linking. Seb Paquet has a much more comprehensive definition, but in a nutshell blogging is…
I might Go Quiet for a week or two following this post. I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed by blog reading and writing and maintenance. Time to set my focus back on family, work, contemplative writing (read: not seat-of-the-pants writing as blogging can get for me when Info Overload hits). Besides, I need to get stuck into my potential Digital Web…
Thanks to Peter Lindberg, for pointing me and others to a couple of Marshall McLuhan articles. But before I talk about those, here’s an overview of Marshall McLuhan from the Wikipedia: “Famous for coining the phrases “The medium is the message” and “the global village,” McLuhan was one of the early purveyors of the sound bite. He asserted that…
Blogging is a 21st century art form and right now it is the most vibrant creative outlet in society. Ideas flow like water in the blogosphere and Weblogs.com ticks over with updated posts every few seconds. Anyone can publish a weblog and that’s partly what makes it so vibrant. But also, there is a pioneering energy about blogging – we’re not…