Facebook is one of the few large companies that I’m not convinced will be dominant or even around in five years. With each new update, I feel like the company is going backward — not forward
The desktop PCs and laptops we have known for much of our lives will still be a key part of our world for quite a while.
Although things like real-time information, engagement and social networking are key use cases now, I believe that the true power of Twitter may still lie in undiscovered use cases.
All of us will soon be able to tap into digital technology in ways that will allow us to embrace our digital sixth sense.
There are narratives circling the technology industry that are wearing out their welcome. The primary one is the narrative that there can only be one winner
Could Windows 8 eventually catch on? Perhaps it can over time. But Microsoft needs to do a better job of easing people into it
The companies I am not worried about — the ones who will be in the PC industry of the future — are the ones that understand mobility and consumer markets. Right now this is a very short list
For many people, a PC or laptop could still be important. The industry is ready to move these people to touch-based systems with the next generation of user interfaces, at all types of price ranges.
There’s no question about it: the perils are deep and wide for companies whose primary business is making PCs.
Later this year, Microsoft will introduce an upgrade to Windows 8, code named Windows Blue. It will be quite an important update to the current version of the company’s PC operating system.
If you are a technology company not named Apple, then the answer to this question is vital to your future.
What would a “killer app” for Google Glass look like? Tech-industry analyst Tim Bajarin offers his input, then asks for yours