When Microsoft showed HoloLens at TED in Vancouver, its presentation was dramatic and impressive. I wasn't sure why, but the TED crowd of techno-early adopters and thought leaders seemed less than impressed.
The incident at the Xbox afterparty at the Game Developers Conference (GDC16) this week is more than unfortunate, it's completely unacceptable. There is no other way to describe it. While Microsoft's apology is a good start, it shouldn't end there.
All of you Faithful Shoppers take shopping very seriously. There is nothing more satisfying then finding that perfect something with the perfect pedigree and... gasp... reduced in price! Here are some of my favorite haunts to find all that is haute at a delightful discount.
As a global technology company, we recognize the considerable amount of energy that our products and services require. That is why we committed to carbon neutrality and began our carbon fee program in 2012 and continue to take actions to address our environmental footprint.
Over the last couple of posts, I've been talking about just what an ebook is, and four basic methods for creating them. This time, I'm going to get a bit more into the nitty-gritty -- how best to prepare your manuscript for conversion.
Perhaps the greatest shift in clean tech over the past 15 years has been the transition from proving economies of scale among early technology disrupters (serving initially small niche markets) to the deployment of renewables among mainstream consumers.
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Childhood provides a crucial window for changing cultural perceptions of disability. It is obviously beneficial to children who are disabled or have a disabled family member to be in an atmosphere where their differences are understood as a valued form of diversity, rather than a source of discomfort or fear.
In true agriculture form, a handful of developers have harvested newly available ag production data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to produce online applications that help aggies be more successful in the face of climate change.
The proposed laws focus on a range of issues, such as email and other electronic communications, employees' use of social media, cell phone trackers and license plate readers. Should these measures pass, it would send a strong signal to other states and Congress that Americans remain concerned about protecting their privacy.
One of the questions we hear most often in Jocgeekville is "What happened to the 2015 Bermie Awards?" Truthfully, our panel of experts was too tired ...
Businesses are beginning to adopt mobile applications to help them better manage their customers, collaborate with their teams and make their employees more productive. Which all, in turn, serves to please the Cash Flow Gods. The choices are growing and their power is increasing.
"I was gay by night but straight by day... I quickly learned that by coming out, I could help to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes."
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will be sitting in the House gallery as an honored guest at the State of the Union (SOTU) address tonight. By all rights, he be should sitting before a Congressional committee instead, answering for his company's blatant tax avoidance.
Consistency is the most important thing to a brand. But for large companies (with hundreds or even thousands of employees) brand consistency is a di...