Like a shop owner anticipating Christmas in July, Samsung Electronics says we’ll hit 5G cellular network speeds by 2020.
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
A few weeks ago, Facebook switched things up in a way that briefly left me wondering if I was going prematurely senile. Now that I more or less understand what’s going on, I’m an unhappy camper.
World of Warcraft‘s precipitous subscriber declines continue.
May the force be with Electronic Arts. It’ll surely need all the help it can get to pull a Jedi-rabbit out of this sarlacc pit of a hat.
I don’t know for a fact that Ni no Kuni director Ken Motomura or writer Akihiro Hino ever fooled with the Ultima computer games, but if I had to guess, I’d bet they did.
The real concern with Google Glass and privacy doesn’t have to do with surveillance or collection of personal data, but with the way it will make us behave in the real world.
I’ll be content with Vdio’s existence if it somehow helps save Rdio from obscurity, but it’s hard to see that happening in its current state.
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
Playmysong launched a Spotify app this morning that can turn any computer into a jukebox containing most of the music in the world, for free.
New research suggests that using screens may in fact yield slight benefits to very young children when it comes to learning
We now know when, roughly speaking, we’ll be able to buy Google Glass, but the company needs to address controversial use-case questions before the glasses arrive.