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
Microsoft’s clarified used games policies have pros and cons — but mostly cons.
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.
This isn’t a knock against Minecraft. If anything, it’s a testament to how unique the game actually is.
Xbox One will be Microsoft’s eyes and ears in your home, but that only increases the company’s burden to safeguard our privacy.
Nintendo’s latest video state-of-the-union is another relatively sedate update, and that’s a good thing.
Electronic Arts just confirmed that it’s not designing games for Nintendo’s Wii U.
Google Play Music All Access finally brings streaming music to Google’s stable, but it’s not really competing with Spotify at this point.
Google has launched a streaming music service to rival Spotify.
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