We’ve had a few days to think about what the deal between Microsoft and Barnes & Noble will mean in terms of hardware.
I’m at Demo 2012 this week and just came across four very different applications that knocked my socks off.
Despite a number of initial teething problems, Nokia's Lumia 900 may be the closest a Windows Phone 7 device has ever come to beating Apple's wildly popular iPhone.
When Apple stops iterating a particular product - like the the company did with the original iPod - it typically means Cupertino intends to extend and expand future device lineups.
We live in a world of perceptions. This often plays out when Apple rolls out a new product and folks line up to buy it.
Watching the chatter swirling around Microsoft and Google over the last decade has been quite an experience to say the least.
A few months ago Intel and Mountain View laid a huge egg when they, along with Sony and Logitech, tried to market Google's TV platform.
Truthfully, Tim Cook reminded me a lot of John Scully when he was on stage announcing Apple's "New" iPad earlier this week.
This week, everyone but me appears to be at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona watching Eric Schmidt say silly things.
Today, Barnes and Noble declared a price war against Amazon's Kindle Fire by substantially reducing the price of the Nook Color, along with their lineup of enhanced 8 and 16GB Nook tablets.
I’m quite a big fan of high-tech cars, and my personal vehicle choices tend to balance technology, styling, and performance.
The Ultrabook can basically be described as a Mac Book Air for the non-Apple user. However, the form factor does take a bit of getting used to.
People all around the country came down hard on both sides of a recent lawsuit which pitched California resident Heather Peters against auto giant Honda.
I like conspiracy theories as much as the next person. Still, just because a specific event looks like an attack on a sitting politician's re-election prospects doesn’t necessarily mean it is.
RIM got a new CEO this week, yet it is still quite easy to write the corporation off.
A few years ago, a number of PC vendors were insisting they would never sell a system for under $1,000. Today, the average price point for desktop and laptop PCs is below $700.
Like a lot of technophiles, I watched the keynote given by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to officially kick off CES. While I’m sure MS managed to pack the room, there was little you could take away that most didn’t already know.
Much like Carol Bartz, Scott Thompson is leaving a company at which he was successful.
If it wasn't for IBM there wouldn’t be a Microsoft.
The folks at the Lifeboat Foundation have launched the AIShield project - which they say is designed to protect humankind from hostile smart products.