An operating system should be invisible

I’ve been playing around with Windows 10 and the best part is I barely notice it

Apple taking it on the chin

I’ve noticed a surprising number of Apple-naysaying stories drifting through the ether this past week.

360-degree panoramic movies could be a reality

Could we use a high-tech, inverse version of the anamorphic art technique developed in the 16th century to make movies?

Debate: Space Exploration or Earth Preservation?

Should we focus on advancing our space technology or is it more important to take action to save the planet?

Should we rewrite the Bill of Rights?

Maybe it's time to dust off the old parchment papers and give the Constitution a more ‘modern’ look and feel to better suit our current times.

Landfill games available on Ebay

Hundreds of marginally dreadful, badly damaged, 30+ year-old Atari 2600 game cartridges dug up from an Alamogordo, New Mexico landfill are beginning to surface on Ebay.

Lies, damned lies and statistics

Mark Twain coined a phrase (and attributed it to British Prime Minster Benjamin Disraeli) "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics."

Is that a zombie in your pocket? (Or are you just happy to eat me?)

Since the Halloween spirit is upon us I thought it would be appropriate to go over a few of the basics of how to survive the zombie apocalypse.

Apple pulls Bose from shelves

Apparently Apple has pulled Bose headphones and speakers from its online store and retail outlets.

We are drowning in subscriptions

We are living in a world of cheap razors and razor blades that we have to buy for the rest of our lives. Only now the razors are our devices and the blades are the subscription services offered for those devices.