Microsoft has officially lost the browser wars

If Microsoft had contiued to invest in Explorer over the years they may have been able to maintain their hold, but they've let the browser market slip through their fingers.

The rebirth of the subscription model

For decades companies have tried (and largely failed) to push a subscription model for software but it appears that consumer resistance may be fading.

The cloud isn't private enough for naked selfies

People cannot be trusted with their own security online and that should be the primary takeaway from the hacking of celebrities' files.

Debate: “Will the IBM/Apple partnership lead to a merger between the two companies?”

TGDaily and 1World have brought together Rob and Mary Enderle, two true Tech Gurus, to debate the possibility of a merger between the two tech giants. Watch the debate unfold below and make sure you vote for the debater you agree with most regarding the possibility of a merger.

11 days until Apple’s event: TGDaily unveils exclusive new tech specifications!

Still no clues from Apple but that’s not stopping us from reporting about the upcoming media event.

How fast can you clone an app?

Earlier this week Microsoft announced they were removing 1,500 junk apps from the Windows Store because they were misleading, fraudulent or simple knock-offs of other apps.

Google X is building delivery drone system: enough is enough!

Does anyone really think that drones are for us?

12 days

Apple sent out press invites to their upcoming September 9th event…but that’s about it.

#TMI – Is Twitter giving users 2 much info?

Twitter just announced that their analytics are now available to all users not just advertisers, but is that too much information?

Wanna buy a watch? Watching the smart watch wars

Samsung and LG stole a jump or two on Apple today by announcing two new smart watches; the Samsung Gear S and the LG G Watch R.

US Open ball boys get high-tech Ralph Lauren polo shirts

The fashion brand has added high-tech thread to the clothing it supplies US Open ball boys that can measure heart rate, breathing and stress levels.

Minnesota man builds 3D castle with 3D printer

Andrey Rudenko of Minnesota used a custom-built, cement-spraying 3D printer to print a 3D castle in his backyard.

Companies Struggle to Find Workers in U.S. With Basic Math Skills

Having spent time in several Asian countries over the years, I have learned a lot about why students from these countries excel in mathematics and related technical fields.

Plantronics BackBeat Pro: Can You Fall In Love With a Headset?

I seriously love these headphones, they are easy to use, are attractive, very easy to set up, have fast charging and long battery life, decent sound, and they both look and feel wonderful.

Facebook ads can now be ‘bandwidth targeted’

Facebook has announced a new feature called bandwidth targeting that lets advertisers serve content to devices based on their connection speeds.

Building a Chinese operating system

One of the more interesting stories to emerge in recent days has been the news that China is working on its own operating system.

China developing its own OS to take on Windows and Android

Chinese government plans to develop it's own operating system to take over from Windows and Android OS.

Why one agile developer sees silos as a good thing

Six year database developer Alex Kuznetsov has come up with some interesting and seemingly counter-intuitive best practices.