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Michael Starnes 12/24/2012 226 comments
Most desktops are now preloaded with Windows 8. And that can be a problem if you're not prepared yet to transition to Microsoft's newest operating system. You can, however, go back.
Ron Miller 1/26/2012 160 comments
Apple's latest earnings report is great. Now, it's time for the company to fix some of its social conscience issues.
Mary E. Shacklett 12/21/2012 139 comments
Banks face new competition from financial services vendors that put the customer at the center of operations.
Alan Reiter 6/26/2009 123 comments
Should employers insist that prospective employees give them their social media passwords as a condition for hire?
Ron Miller 12/28/2011 120 comments
Whatever Google’s reasons for creating Android and open-sourcing it, the vendor maintains its Web and mobile presence in a big way.
Susan Fourtané 11/22/2010 119 comments
Electronic medical records and electronic prescriptions can bring benefits to everyone – most importantly, patients. Resist no more!
Alan Reiter 2/1/2011 115 comments
Think it can't happen here? Consider these horrible possibilities. And in Egypt, fiction is now reality
Alan Reiter 12/29/2010 114 comments
With smaller tablets, new operating systems, and new ways of tracking consumers, 2011 promises many highs and lows for the wireless world
Alan Reiter 1/20/2012 110 comments
With its new iBooks Author Macintosh software, Apple might help "reinvent" many kinds of books, and even be valuable for enterprises.
Chris Poley 8/24/2012 105 comments
Early investors and insiders are cashing in their shares of Facebook, Groupon, and Zynga, signaling a loss of perceived value in these social networks.
Matt Heusser 2/22/2013 105 comments
As countless travel agencies, bookstores, and other now quaint businesses can tell you, the Internet gives, and the Internet takes away. In a world of tablets and smartphones, what's next?
Alan Reiter 9/28/2009 103 comments
Internet-linked printing on demand offers intriguing possibilities for book sellers and their customers
Alan Reiter 7/27/2009 101 comments
Amazon's Kindle snafu highlights emerging difficulties of e-book publishing
Harry Hawk 4/25/2013 101 comments
Little steps can deliver big benefits.
Alan Reiter 6/25/2010 100 comments
Newly available Google Voice services could be highly useful for consumers and small businesses
Ron Miller 4/4/2013 98 comments
Exploring the world through Google-colored glasses.
Alan Reiter 11/26/2012 96 comments
One day, employees may once again carry only one device: A high-powered cellphone that replaces their laptop.
Chris Poley 10/29/2010 96 comments
An industry has formed around applications that enable cyber-bullying, as well as software and hardware used to filter it from view
Alan Reiter 12/5/2008 95 comments
Death is so emotionally wrenching that we tread softly when it comes to any technology associated with remembrance
Alan Reiter 5/27/2011 94 comments
Google has entered the cellphone payments ring. Get ready to rumble!
Editor's Blog 4/16/2013 94 comments
News about the tragic events in Boston was drowned out on Twitter by a mix of hasty finger-pointing and well-intentioned white noise.
Chris Poley 6/26/2009 94 comments
Are you guilty of using your smartphone inappropriately? If so, you're not alone
Ariella Brown 6/27/2012 94 comments
A silly and superficial video intended to make young girls comfortable with dreams of a science career has drawn contempt from all sides.
Ariella Brown 6/23/2011 93 comments
The GoogleArtProject offers high-resolution reproductions of art in museum settings, taken by Street View, but the overall value is limited.
Ron Miller 6/29/2011 93 comments
While some record companies continue to struggle against the Internet, some musicians are finding ways to make the most of it.
John Myers 8/14/2012 92 comments
The prospect of a Singularity event that ushers in cyborgs gives this particular author nightmares.
Maria Korolov 4/23/2013 92 comments
Smart watches are cool, and they also improve mobile security.
Chris Poley 5/25/2012 91 comments
The post mortem on Facebook's IPO disaster continues with litigation and inquiries galore.
Alan Reiter 5/28/2013 91 comments
BYOD trend could lead to unforeseen – and frightening – repercussions, Gartner report warns.
Mary E. Shacklett 5/24/2013 91 comments
Address online behavior upfront -- or you could wind up in court later.
Mary E. Shacklett 2/20/2013 90 comments
Big-data, social media, and analytics give companies access to lots of user info. Privacy notices and ethics mandate that organizations only use data in prescribed ways. It's a balancing act.
Alan Reiter 12/11/2009 90 comments
Passengers are reluctant to pay for in-flight WiFi, but it's an idea that's too good to die out
Alan Reiter 1/11/2011 89 comments
Reiter says there are good reasons for and against jumping on Verizon's new iPhone, and he's mostly in the 'against' camp
Christine Parizo 3/29/2013 87 comments
BlackBerry needs to open up APIs and lure consumers to truly change the game in the business market.
Maria Korolov 12/20/2012 87 comments
The popular consumer cloud service unveiled its enterprise offering this month.
Editor's Blog 10/30/2009 86 comments
Obama's refusal to appear on Fox News, contradicts his commitment to collaboration and communication online
Editor's Blog 2/14/2012 86 comments
The popularity of Pinterest is a fine example of what's wrong with today's Web.
Alan Reiter 2/25/2010 85 comments
Apple's uneven censorship of 'sexual' content endangers free expression and isn't protecting anyone
Alan Reiter 7/12/2012 84 comments
The "Know Me" customer service program from British Airways has stirred controversy over privacy issues.
Chris Poley 8/27/2010 83 comments
New 'apology sites' offer tips and techniques for saying 'I'm sorry.' But nothing beats good old face-to-face apologies
Alan Reiter 12/23/2010 83 comments
Here are 12 of the leading applications for the Android smartphone – Reiter's pick of 2010
Ron Miller 5/10/2011 83 comments
It's a grand day for Microsoft, but it may not be a good day for Skype users.
Robert McGarvey 11/29/2012 82 comments
Google's plan to brand its own Chromebook could help the company in its ongoing battle against Microsoft.
Alan Reiter 10/31/2012 82 comments
Enterprise customers may find a series of evolutionary Windows Phone 8 features a boost to their mobile strategies.
Ron Miller 8/31/2010 81 comments
A startup founded by NYU students just might stand a chance against the mighty Facebook. Then again, Facebook's proving to be unstoppable
Alan Reiter 6/17/2011 81 comments
Video calling is on the way, and you're not ready. Here's what you need to do to get with the program.
Alan Reiter 11/27/2009 81 comments
Google's Chrome OS will have its uses, but this blogger isn't convinced it will dominate the netbook scene
Ron Miller 4/20/2011 81 comments
Apple's iPhone watches where you go and creates a small file, which it then uploads to your computer when you sync your iPhone with iTunes
Ron Miller 10/10/2011 81 comments
Social media are carrying the message of recent Wall Street protests, despite the reluctance of mainstream media to get involved.
Ron Miller 2/3/2012 81 comments
For big tech firms, the charitable foundation established by the multibillionaire Bill Gates and his wife, Melinda, is an example worth following.
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