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No Thanks for the Memory

Jerry Zezima | Posted 11.24.2015 | Comedy
Jerry Zezima

I am so technologically challenged that my granddaughter, Chloe, who isn't even 3 years old, is more advanced than I am. I know this because she can use an iPad. I don't have an iPad, or an iPod, or even an iWatch, although I do have an iPhone and, according to my dentist, iTeeth.

The Brilliant Failure Of Steve Jobs

William Bradley | Posted 11.09.2015 | Entertainment
William Bradley

Steve Jobs, which I've seen three times now, is a curious and entertaining film. Until recently seen as a top Oscar favorite, it's also proved to be a shocking box office bomb, falling away to virtually nothing just now after only its third weekend in general release.

Why Steve Jobs Came Dead-on-Arrival at the Box Office

Peter Lance | Posted 10.29.2015 | Entertainment
Peter Lance

I awaited few fall releases with more anticipation than Steve Jobs, the Danny Boyle directed, Aaron Sorkin penned film based on Walter Isaacson's best-selling biography. After all, as they say at Nate'n Al deli in Beverly Hills, "what's not to like" about that team?

ReThink Review -- Steve Jobs: The Man In the Machine -- An Apple Hater's Manifesto

Jonathan Kim | Posted 09.04.2015 | Entertainment
Jonathan Kim

Alex Gibney is befuddled by why average people would mourn the death of Steve Jobs, someone they'd never met who Gibney sees mostly as a jerk who ran an electronics company. But to see Jobs as only that not only misunderstands the man, but the world we live in today.

How Sony Missed Out On Inventing The iPod

The Huffington Post | Elisabeth Brier | Posted 08.31.2015 | HuffPost Live 321

Gillian Tett has an important message for business executives: if your company doesn't work cohesively, it's "deadly." She explores that top...

Losing My iPods

Cara Paiuk | Posted 08.18.2015 | Parents
Cara Paiuk

A friend recently told me about Tile. You attach these itty bitty thingies to keys, electronic devices, or any other small, losable item imaginable so they can be located with your phone in a high-tech version of "Marco, Polo".

Apple Just Unveiled A New iPod -- Remember Those?

The Huffington Post | Lorenzo Ligato | Posted 07.16.2015 | Technology

Apple is launching a new generation of iPods. It was 2012 when the tech giant last upgraded its iconic line of music players. On Wednesday, Apple ann...

'Instagram Guru' Pete Halvorsen on Online Communities and Photography

Bibbi Abruzzini | Posted 06.08.2015 | Arts
Bibbi Abruzzini

Instagram Is from technopaul productions on Vimeo."In a culture immersed in technology, Instagram is reviving adventure, face to face community and r...

5 Extremely Private Things Your iPhone Knows About You

The Huffington Post | Sara Boboltz | Posted 03.19.2015 | Technology

With every iPhone, iPad and iPod comes a set of densely worded documents informing you that by using these gadgets you're giving up a ton of highly se...

Iditarod Contender Disqualified for Using iPod Touch

Alaska Dispatch News | Posted 05.11.2015 | Sports
Alaska Dispatch News

Brent Sass, the winner of last month's Yukon Quest, was disqualified from the Iditarod on Tuesday night for breaking a rule that prohibits mushers from having two-way communication devices.

My Mind Misremembered, Not Me

Michael Sigman | Posted 04.09.2015 | Comedy
Michael Sigman

It was late on a Friday night in May of '03, just weeks after the U.S. had invaded Iraq. I was on my way from Manhattan out to the Hamptons -- all of them -- in a jitney with a band of (erstwhile frat) brothers.

Henry Miller's iPod

Sandra Ramos O’Briant | Posted 02.18.2015 | Fifty
Sandra Ramos O’Briant

"According to my tracking stats on who reads the blog and where they come from, most of my hits seem to be for phrases like pubic hair, masturbation or hot mother-in-laws." She looked out the window and tapped her cheek, perplexed. "Why is that, I wonder?"

Techies U R Da Best

Dr. Peggy Drexler | Posted 01.27.2015 | Technology
Dr. Peggy Drexler

I want to offer a special thanks to the technologists of the world -- all those who work anonymously in the world's labs and engineering departments to come up with the circuits, code, and contraptions that have combined to change life as I know it.

How Code Empowers Social Good: The Nest Labs Story

Saeed Jabbar | Posted 01.23.2015 | Home
Saeed Jabbar

Recently I caught up with Maxime Veron, Head of Product Management at Nest to take a deeper look at the company's initiatives in the areas of social good, artificial intelligence(AI) and their vision for the future of the smart home.

25 Songs Everyone Had On Their First iPod

The Huffington Post | Ryan Kristobak | Posted 10.23.2014 | Entertainment

It was on Oct. 23, 2001 that the original iPod first hit the shelves. The product not only revolutionized the music industry and the way we consume mu...

Why "Ex-Musicians" U2 Are Marketing Geniuses

Ethan Fixell | Posted 11.23.2014 | Comedy
Ethan Fixell

So U2, which used to push the boundaries with deep, powerful lyrics, and dark, moody, sonic landscapes, puts out this very not good record. Easily their worst, in fact. And as a publicity stunt to "get it out to as many people as possible," they make the album available to everyone for free.

Do 'In-App Purchases' Keep You Up at Night?

Suren Ramasubbu | Posted 08.26.2014 | Parents
Suren Ramasubbu

Kids are drawn like fish to water to games, especially on tablets like the iPad, Galaxy Tab and Kindle Fire. So you make sure they have fun, stay safe and learn something useful. But many parents don't realize there is another risk that can leave you with a hefty bill to pay.

Teen Admits To Killing His Parents With A Crowbar For Taking His iPod

The Huffington Post | Andy Campbell | Posted 05.30.2014 | Crime

As 16-year-old Vincent Parker's mother came out of the bathroom on Dec. 19, he doused her with pepper spray before stabbing her in the eye and beating...

New Livescribe 3 Makes Apple Devices More Delicious

Michael L. Berman | Posted 04.28.2014 | Technology
Michael L. Berman

Odds and ends -- you know, everything we commonly refer to as "stuff" because we aren't sure how to classify them. We've been receiving many items rec...

Learning When to Hold On -- and When to Let Go

Maggie Hollander | Posted 04.06.2014 | Arts
Maggie Hollander

The truth is, though, it's not just the world that's changing around me, it's me, myself and I as well. And while some songs, some people, some places always seem to fit in the best way possible, others I've simply outgrown, as we all do.

The iPod Is Dead, And These Photos Will Make You Miss Yours

The Huffington Post | Drew Guarini | Posted 01.29.2014 | Technology

Aided by a series of infectious television commercials and armed with enough gigabytes to hold thousands of songs, the iPod has had a great run since ...

Meet the Man Behind Wearable Computing

Jason Grill | Posted 03.25.2014 | Technology
Jason Grill

Wearable computing dominated CES 2014; however, no one really talks about the man we all owe a round of applause to for this revolution and movement to wearable computing and technology. That man's name is Scott Wilson.

I'm a Mom Who Loves the iPad Bouncy Seat. Let's Make It Even Better!

Andrea Bonior | Posted 02.12.2014 | Parents
Andrea Bonior

Let's face it-- we live in a technological world, and babies need to be prepared for this from Day One. What happens if your child starts preschool and he or she is behind because they have not yet developed crucial electronic life skills, like touching a screen at exactly the right angle?

One Trick To Ensure You Never Have Tangled iPod Headphones Again

The Huffington Post | Posted 12.04.2013 | Technology

It's the unspoken tech epidemic of our times. Those invisible creatures that live in your pocket, bag or backpack and work overtime to ensure that ...

Why It's So Important To Listen To The Music Your Teens Love

Grown And Flown | Posted 01.29.2014 | Fifty
Grown And Flown

Our kids listen to their music in private, an activity hidden from us like the text messages and snapchats they send to friends over their smart phones.