Glitzy demos mask the challenges.
Hold onto your seats.
Goodbye, cars; hello, high-tech mobility devices.
Enterprise data just keeps getting messier, but open source offers hope.
The Black Watchmen blurs the line between reality and video game.
Let’s talk about the present and future of phablets.
In the following year, physical and online worlds converge.
Because no one likes entering credit-card numbers on a phone.
It’s fast and cheap and out of control.
There’s money in them there pins!
But throwing more money at developers isn’t the (only) answer.
Between brand new consoles and blossoming indie development, this is a year to watch the gaming industry.
Legacy enterprise vendors need to serve business and consumers alike, or risk becoming roadkill. Listen up, Microsoft.
The Internet of Things won’t see any big splashes in 2014, just steady and incremental progress toward automating … everything.
Also: Apple will release an iWatch, HTML5 will gain traction and Android will go 64-bit.
Google, Microsoft, and LinkedIn want to log you in at work.
As an indispensable part of the plumbing of the social Web, someone will want to own it.