Has a product ever provoked as much hostility before even hitting the market as Google’s geek specs are generating? There’s something special about the eyes.
A human-computer interaction luminary rifles through his massive electronics collection to prove today’s hottest gadget isn’t so new after all.
In which I upgrade my dumb phone -- reluctantly.
Autonomous technology is being developed at a remarkable rate. This could raise new fears about cars malfunctioning.
The rhetoric about "cyberwar" is getting out of control.
An iconic Silicon Valley company says it’s in the second year of a five-year turnaround plan. But the IT business is moving much faster than that.
Tablets have a place in the classroom, but are far from a panacea.
What if the future of human-computer interaction had a lot less interaction in it?
Apple’s ridiculously large pile of cash is begging to be put to a use other than getting Wall Street off the company’s back.
Google Glass enables creepy surveillance. But so does everything.