Next time you're contemplating sending a "Yo" to a person in the hopes of a positive response, take a step back and consider what yo doing.
Imagine giving commands to a virtual assistant and having an even smarter smart phone working for me! Even at my age, I am embracing new technology if it makes my life easier. Everyone needs a virtual assistant, right?
The world has many problems to solve. Yet Silicon Valley, which could be taking the lead in ridding humanity of its ills, is focused on scoring big hits by solving problems so small they can be said to be non-existent.
The alphabet will survive, in spite of the onslaught by modern graphical interfaces. And our phones and computers will continue to work. But I can't help wonder how much more efficient the whole endeavor would be if we didn't base it on technology so antiquated that even King Tut would have thought it was primitive.
Apple's main effort to increase app diversity and discoverability has been to feature unique and exceptional apps on the main App Store screen.
I have pretty much every single text anyone has ever sent me. I know I could keep the digital conversation going by simply transferring the data, but I see each new phone as the start of a new era.
Apple revealed some of the most exciting changes to iOS in years at WWDC recently. With an unprecedented number of possibilities of where apps could go, what is this going to all mean for the average user?
Maybe it's time that we all start living in the moment. Take a tech break for a day, a week or even a month if you can.
Now I know that JLo is beautiful, that JLo is talented, that JLo has been taking care of her skin. And I know that JLo looks amazing at 44. With makeup, without makeup, either way. But I'm calling bullshit on JLo's "I Just Woke Up Like This Selfie" -- on a technicality.
Co-authored by Dr. Stephen Bryen, Chairman & CTO, Ziklag Systems Transitioning from a manual typewriter to an electric was pretty easy. The biggest c...
The paper was founded in 1855, and has been the voice of conservative Britain ever since. Highly respected both in the UK and worldwide, the Telegraph is now moving into video as it migrates online.
As part of its $530 million program to guarantee the security of the World Cup in Brazil the government of president Dilma Rousseff has set up a special cybercrimes unit.
In the movie Memento Leonard Shelby (played by Guy Pearce) has completely lost his ability to make new memories and and finds his way in the world by obsessively photographing everything and every moment in his experience.
A friend just sent me this video titled "Look Up" that powerfully demonstrates what we miss -- life, love, beauty, opportunity! -- when we immerse excessively in technology.
I went three consecutive hours without personal electronics. So I'm enlightened now, or something.
Apple's move will place ebooks just one click away from being discovered, sampled and purchased by nearly a billion readers. But how can indie authors and publishers make the most of this new development?