As Vice President of Microsoft's U.S. Small-and-Midsized Business group, Cindy Bates leads the company's efforts to help SMBs realize their full poten...
The touch screen -- interface of the future or gimmicky marketing headache? When the first touch screen interfaces came out (at least in a big consum...
At the moment, Google is hard at work to make our lives easier, more connected and rather enjoyable. This has always been a company with a proclivity towards the human touch to keep its customers smiling.
Go plant your magazine! That's right. Belgian magazine Humo embedded flower seeds in one of its editions, telling readers to simply bury the page in ...
I'm optimistic that we'll find the right way forward, balancing the important benefits that data collection enables with the equally important need to preserve and enhance consumer privacy .
In the beginning, the Boys from Redmond created Windows 8. And it was good so they released it unto the computer world. But the members of their flock rebelled and rejected it, because it was "different."
Despite the groundswell of evidence supporting the profitability of health and sustainability programs, many executives today are stuck in an old mindset that categorically views such programs as "fluffy" cost centers not profit centers.
Should learning to program a mobile app take precedence over diagramming iambic pentameter in Shakespeare's sonnets?
Google one upped all its rivals, all in one fell swoop. Offhand, it's rash to say that Google is winning the race. To better discern the tussle within the Valley, many files need to be decoded.
Who in their right mind would let their systems be based on a program that you knew in a few short months would be infinitely more defenseless? Turns out, way too many companies.
Fans have been anxiously awaiting Titanfall since it was announced at E3 in 2013. For Microsoft, it's considered a system seller. For gamers, it's an exciting beginning to what promises to be blockbuster multiplayer console gaming experience.
"Tech" has devolved into a gold-rush of mass-hysteria led by a throng of wantrepreneurs with little to no regard for Computer Science.
Flying into Newark, New Jersey, I looked out the window and saw nothing but black, white and gray landscape as far as my eyes could see. Ironically, my absence is directly tied to bringing color and a sense of springtime to my classroom.
As Microsoft works through the final approvals of one of the biggest acquisitions in their history, welcomes a new CEO and prepares for Convergence 20...
Emerging market consumers exist in environments in which institutions designed to protect the economic and political interests of individuals are relatively immature.
Only aggressive action is going to save the American labor movement. When laws are made by the rich and powerful to serve their interests, organized workers need to stop obeying the laws.