Google Glass is back. There’s only one problem now, but it’s not what you think

Google Glass is back. There’s only one problem now, but it’s not what you think

Google Glass Enterprise Edition uses an outdated strategy for adoption.

07/19/17

Why Elon Musk says 50% of all cars will be electric by 2027

Why Elon Musk says 50% of all cars will be electric by 2027

IT has the best handle on what it will take to do a massive electric vehicle (EV) rollout.

07/17/17

AI and mobile apps: What really matters

AI and mobile apps: What really matters

More apps use AI to do things for us, such block and remove offensive posts on Instagram. Soon AI will take the limelight, and the apps will move the background.

06/29/17

A full 10 years later, the iPhone still dominates ... for now

A full 10 years later, the iPhone still dominates ... for now

Steve Jobs would be proud. Ten years after the iPhone debuted, the smartphone is still going strong.

06/26/17

Why the Amazon Dash Wand could bring down big box retailers

Why the Amazon Dash Wand could bring down big box retailers

Online sales are rising, but the Amazon Dash Wand could spur them even more.

06/20/17

New dock on the iPad is the first sign of the Mac apocalypse

New dock on the iPad is the first sign of the Mac apocalypse

Several features in iOS 11 stand out and are a sign that the iPad will replace the Mac someday.

06/14/17

Why Macs are still having trouble in the enterprise

Why Macs are still having trouble in the enterprise

Is the Mac dead...again?

05/31/17

Why I’m worried about Microsoft Teams deployment

Why I’m worried about Microsoft Teams deployment

Microsoft Teams is a little confusing and a little too flexible for real-world use at this point. It's also too ambitious.

05/23/17

Does Twitter encourage a ‘no filter’ attitude?

Does Twitter encourage a ‘no filter’ attitude?

How can Twitter get smarter?

05/12/17

3 innovations the Apple Siri speaker needs to have

3 innovations the Apple Siri speaker needs to have

To beat Amazon and Google, a Siri speaker better get smart.

05/08/17

Microsoft announces a Surface laptop that won’t run Call of Duty

Microsoft announces a Surface laptop that won’t run Call of Duty

Only approved apps will run and only from the Windows Store. Is that the right way to do this?

05/02/17

Self-driving cars now ‘way more’ inevitable with launch of Waymo’s first test fleet

Self-driving cars now ‘way more’ inevitable with launch of Waymo’s first test fleet

Google's sister company Waymo is getting serious about real-world testing.

04/25/17

What life after the smartphone will look like

What life after the smartphone will look like

Alexa, evolved.

04/24/17

The follow-me mode in this drone is like a scary, fanatical personal assistant

The follow-me mode in this drone is like a scary, fanatical personal assistant

Like Alexa, but with perks.

04/19/17

How A.I. could help United Airlines avoid problems with overbooking passengers

How A.I. could help United Airlines avoid problems with overbooking passengers

A.I. to the rescue for United Airlines passenger problems.

04/11/17

Samsung has a lot to prove with the new Galaxy S8

Samsung has a lot to prove with the new Galaxy S8

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ look like they could help consumers overlook past issues.

03/29/17

Great plan, Twitter: ‘Let’s resurrect an old outdated app and make people pay for it’

Great plan, Twitter: ‘Let’s resurrect an old outdated app and make people pay for it’

This is not going to work. TweetDeck is kind of dead.

03/24/17

Microsoft Teams debuts with a sonic boom

Microsoft Teams debuts with a sonic boom

This is the app that could change Microsoft.

03/14/17

Love Google? You might be ditching Slack for Hangouts Chat soon

Love Google? You might be ditching Slack for Hangouts Chat soon

Google Hangouts Chat is getting the Slack treatment, just days before Microsoft Teams finally debuts.

03/09/17

Why the Samsung TV spying hack is way overblown

Why the Samsung TV spying hack is way overblown

The CIA would have to install a USB key, and then come back and grab the files from a data dump. It doesn't work over Wi-Fi.

03/08/17

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