We’ve seen how faith in our government institutions and in the news media have been tested lately. Our faith in technology might soon be tested as well. A story in the Seattle Times that originated in the Washington Post takes …
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A loud fan, clacking keyboard and a black-and-white screen: a 30-year-old computer is surprisingly pleasurable to use, according to this piece in The Atlantic. After all, back then, you turned a PC off when you were finished with your …
According to many reports, virtual reality got a slow start in 2016. Consumer equipment was late in coming out; and though the overall experience was quite exciting, the first generation of gear and software didn’t meet expectations. The new year …
Donald B. Prell, the 92 year old founder of Datamation magazine was asked by the publications to provide his technology predictions for 2050. He has seen technology dramatically change since the publication’s founding in 1957. Numerous predictions are made, but …
Adweek describes the extensive investment in tech news Bloomberg is making. This includes hiring new reporters to be stationed in cities around the world known to have high-tech companies, new multiplatform capabilities and even re-branding a San Francisco-based TV news …
Though we’re one day late, we want to wish the World Wide Web a happy, belated 25th birthday. The Internet has been around much longer, but the World Wide Web, for which Tim Berners-Lee is credited, was started August 23, …
Pew Research Center has studied early tech adopters in the United States. There are a surprising large group of early adopters – 28% of Americans fall into this category. Young men and high income are two characteristics of the early …
Walking around with my teenage son last night as he played Pokemon Go, I saw what the craze is about. Any just released tech that in just days is about to surpass Twitter users on Android phones is noteworthy. The …
The Christian Science Monitor has a fascinating story that examines a futuristic, flexible technology developed in Japan capable of putting many functions of mobile phones and wearable devices directly onto the skin. They are calling it e-skin. Instead of carrying …