When I wrote The Age of the Platform, I knew that I was just skimming the surface. There was so much to more to cover on Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and...
So. I had decided to give up on cellphones. Okay. Right. But...um...what exactly was I supposed to do again? I mean, what's the step-by-step here? Was this to be an immediate, bandaid-ripping-type thing or a gradual phaseout?
More iPhone 5S/5C Buyers Had iPhones, Not Android Phones Fewer iPhone Owners Buy Most Advanced Models Consumer Intelligence Research Partners releas...
"Private data" on the Internet? Forget about it. How do you think a "free app" is free? Do you think the app providers are offering a public service to benefit humanity? Nope.
Thursday, Shareaholic, a maker of digital tools that help get content get distributed, discovered and shared across the web, released its Browser Shar...
There's an app for that.
Chromecast is another step towards breaking the iron grip current providers, like cable, have on content distribution and the living room.
These days it is getting more and more difficult not to be a conspiracy theorist. If you are concerned about security, especially mobile phone security, the amount of angst has risen by now to unprecedented levels.
Note to self: Before updating any software on any device in the future, make sure to research the major changes to make sure going forward isn't going backwards.
Are you prepared for how this will change your business and how your customers interact with you?
As your relationship develops, communicating via characters is inevitable and when done thoughtfully, can enhance your budding relationship.
Today Samsung announced its highly anticipated Smart Watch aptly name GALAXY Gear. Are people ready for the smart watch revolution? Do people even wear watches any more?
It wasn't all that long ago when owning a Nokia cell phone carried with it a certain cache of being forward thinking, stylish and "cool."
It's reported that Android malware threats exceed those of PCs. Gone are the days when hackers attacked laptops; instead, mobile devices are the target and, ironically, are less protected than their counterparts.
Do we really want to extend police surveillance to our smartphones? Are we watched enough each day outside of our homes, or do we want to have another one resting on our bedside table?
So forget the constant chatter about robots taking our jobs and robots gaining sentience and passing Turing tests and then passing us -- taking over, in essence. These fears are misplaced. Robots are not going to take over; we will just become them.