Station Q is where where Microsoft is building its vision for the future of computing.
The idolatry of disruption has been put on trial. It’s the oft-overlooked force of technological evolution that reshapes the world.
A rumored Android feature called “Nearby” may join Apple’s iBeacons in proximity location tracking on your smartphone.
Microsoft thinks it can save the PC industry by recreating laptops as elegant tablets with shocking price tags. Good luck with that.
Don’t mess with our Internet, says a younger generation that’s grown up with it as an ever-present utility. FCC, take note.
The Kinect is great technology but a bad consumer product. Microsoft now has to ante up.
Square is the latest example of a struggling industry segment that may never take off.
Oracle is suing Google to protect its business, but the copyright suit over Java has bigger consequences on the line.
You may even like it. Amazon and Apple won’t.
Apple may fund one imbroglio with Samsung after another, but the real target is Google … and Android.
Facebook now has products akin to those that sent Google’s ad sales to the moon.
The latest group of Techstars Boston companies test the limits of sensors, the cloud and ubiquitous computing.
Mobile advertising is a tough nut to crack, but two distinct trends are beginning to make sense.
Look out, HBO—you may be helping create a monster with that new Amazon deal.
Square, LevelUp and Clinkle can all verify one basic fact: Payments are hard.