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.
Nokia apparently believes kids are fed up with Apple's wildly popular iPhone. If you ask me, this controversial claim is incredibly reminiscent of Steve Ballmer insisting the iPhone would have no real chance of succeeding in the mobile market.
I’ve been a fan of OnLive’s cloud-based gaming service since it first launched last year. That was version one, which should have been titled "A New Hope."
Senator Joe Lieberman and his like-minded friends in government seem to think that censoring swathes of the Internet will somehow make all of the "bad guys" go away. The real problem? They actually expect the public to believe them.
Forrester recently surveyed several thousand consumers and found that interest in Windows tablets has dropped precipitously. This apparently prompted analysts to conclude that Redmond is too little too late for the hyper-competitive tablet market.
There is a video currently going around Twitter that shows Steve Jobs discussing the concept of a Smart TV back in 1998. Clearly, he thought it was a stupid idea.
The United States isn’t the only industrial power whose government is based around constant surveillance of their citizens. In the city of Oxford, English residents will have to deal with Big Brother every time they want to get a taxi.
I’ve been reviewing the Google timeline in an attempt to determine if the accusations about the search engine giant stealing Android from Apple hold up.
AquaBounty's controversial bid to release its genetically modified (GM) salmon has been criticized by a number of legislators.
It is very clear why Apple's iPad is the most successful device in the lucrative new tablet category: Cupertino simply does the best job of any vendor in terms of providing an end-to-end solution.
HP has worked up quite a reputation for being the king of drama over the last several years. However, this week the company shifted the drama where it belongs: with the products.
The war between x86 and ARM is heating up, while competitive tension between various ARM licensees is escalating.
A new study has linked teen violence to excessive consumption of sugary soda.
Parents in New York City are upset over a new sex ed curriculum that some consider too bawdy. And they may be right.
The Obama administration is taking a lot of heat for handing out $529 million to Fisker Automobile who then turned around and manufactured a luxury vehicle in Finland.