Editor's Blog 6/14/2013 16 comments
Carrier pigeons, corned beef hash, and the Pillsbury Dough Boy aren't normally associated with high-tech. Find out how they fit into this week's Friday File.
Editor's Blog 6/13/2013 43 comments
UPS, FedEx, and other big shipping vendors should worry about the expansion of AmazonFresh.
Editor's Blog 6/13/2013 16 comments
Google Glass, Pebble smartwatch, and the as-yet-unavailable Apple iWatch are not the only wearable technologies in town. We found at least a baker's dozen more.
Editor's Blog 6/12/2013 1 comment
The standard, based on 10Gen's MongoDB, will improve developers' productivity, company executives say.
Editor's Blog 6/11/2013 23 comments
"Crowdsourcing" is French for, "Thanks for doing all that unpaid work to make us rich!"
Editor's Blog 6/10/2013 15 comments
Upgrade versions of Apple's mobile iOS and desktop Mac OS X look better and will likely allow users to do more.
Editor's Blog 6/10/2013 50 comments
The Founders never envisioned big-data. We need to figure out these rules on our own.
Editor's Blog 6/10/2013 26 comments
Look for upgrades to iOS, Mac OSX, MacBook Pros, and more.
Editor's Blog 6/7/2013 42 comments
Dramatic revelations about the extent of US intelligence surveillance operations, at home and abroad, will have significant political fallout.
Editor's Blog 6/7/2013 2 comments
Join us for a conversation with a provocative author, teacher, and documentarian about the harmful illusion that we can be everywhere at once.
Editor's Blog 6/7/2013 34 comments
Why will everyone be winking at their smartphones? Ask Google. Or read on.
Editor's Blog 6/6/2013 17 comments
Virtual wine tastings point the way to engaging audiences in real-time product sampling.
Editor's Blog 6/5/2013 2 comments
Join us at 2:00 p.m. on Friday to talk with Rushkoff about how to take back control of time.
Editor's Blog 6/4/2013 18 comments
Jaguar Land Rover is letting customers explore vehicles.
Editor's Blog 6/3/2013 20 comments
Civis Analytics plans to bring the personalized approach that helped Obama win a second term to business.
Editor's Blog 5/31/2013 37 comments
Seers predicts Apple's next moves, Facebook stops hate speech, and MIT figures out successful tweets (with a caveat). Plus find out who's not running for president.
Editor's Blog 5/30/2013 23 comments
Mary Meeker's Internet Trends report suggests next year will be like last year, except for one big development on the horizon: wearables.
Editor's Blog 5/30/2013 2 comments
Today's IE Radio show features Choice Hotels' CIO Todd Davis. Join us at 2:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m PT).
Editor's Blog 5/28/2013 57 comments
It's not about checking your email from the road. It's about cracking down on gambling.
Editor's Blog 5/27/2013 21 comments
Here are 10 tips on how to become a chief information officer.
Editor's Blog 5/24/2013 53 comments
Start your Memorial Day holiday weekend (and Geek Pride Day) early with a Friday File full of emerging techs, familiar faces, and a reason to rethink Second Life.
Editor's Blog 5/23/2013 41 comments
Family Dollar revolutionized its IT strategy to compete in a very low cost retail environment.
Editor's Blog 5/21/2013 21 comments
The science fiction novelist sees it as part of his work to inspire scientists and engineers with bold visions.
Editor's Blog 5/21/2013 21 comments
While it'll take amazing investment to build a starship, human progress makes the outcome extremely likely, according to a speaker at the Starship Century symposium.
Editor's Blog 5/20/2013 8 comments
Yahoo and Tumblr's CEOs reassure users that the social site's culture isn't changing with Yahoo's $1.1 billion acquisition.
Editor's Blog 5/19/2013 73 comments
The deal gives Yahoo access to a huge customer base, and fills some strategic gaps in Yahoo's services.
Editor's Blog 5/17/2013 65 comments
This week's Friday File reads like a bad sci-fi movie, with bad guys, good guys, aliens, and a robot serving cocktails.
Editor's Blog 5/16/2013 55 comments
Anna Rihtar says she can't stop the man who attacked her from harassing her on LinkedIn.
Editor's Blog 5/15/2013 13 comments
Google delivered upgrades to Google Search, Google Now, chat, Google+, and more. As well as a couple of moments to get misty-eyed about.
Editor's Blog 5/15/2013 9 comments
Collaborative apps, high bandwidth networks, and mobile devices empower healthcare professionals to deliver better care, faster, to more patients. Yet telehealth adoption is not widespread -- at least yet. Here's why.
Editor's Blog 5/15/2013 24 comments
People laughed at BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins's prediction that the tablet will soon be obsolete. But BlackBerry may get the last laugh.
Editor's Blog 5/14/2013 8 comments
General Electric seeks to improve the efficiency of jet engines, train locomotives, and other expensive industrial equipment by increasing uptime with the Internet of Things.
Editor's Blog 5/13/2013 13 comments
Bloomberg LP's attempts to explain away the practice of news division reporters tracking subscribers' terminal use are unsatisfactory.
Editor's Blog 5/13/2013 37 comments
The Las Vegas hospitality company sees WiFi as a key marketing and communications channel, not just a customer convenience.
Editor's Blog 5/10/2013 35 comments
What could be better than a Friday File dedicated to moms? A Friday File that also finds out IT pros' secret TV idols, updates conspiracy news, looks at Facebook's next ad move, and uncovers what happened to AOL.
Editor's Blog 5/10/2013 18 comments
The Open Compute Project is looking to bring to networking technology the same open-source development approach that has disrupted software.
Editor's Blog 5/7/2013 13 comments
Companies like Canadian Tire, Choice Hotels, and Probus One Touch are expanding out of their traditional comfort zones to offer IT products and services such as cloud, hotel-management solutions, and analytics.
Editor's Blog 5/6/2013 10 comments
Find out about the city's pilot test of digital kiosks to guide subway users to where they want to go more efficiently and at a lower cost.
Editor's Blog 5/3/2013 37 comments
Get the goods on Glass, the scoop on social media standings, and the info about Instagram.
Editor's Blog 5/3/2013 1 comment
Join IE Radio guest Mary Miller, CIO of Kansas City, MO, at 2:00 p.m. ET today.
Editor's Blog 5/1/2013 17 comments
The whimsical movie has a serious purpose: to showcase new technology for manufacturing memory vastly smaller than any available today, for big-data and mobile applications.
Editor's Blog 4/30/2013 27 comments
When it comes to teleworking, perhaps no one does it better or more often than federal agencies, suggests a new study by the Mobile Telework Exchange.
Editor's Blog 4/29/2013 12 comments
Alibaba's new stake in Weibo should raise the social platform's profile, inside and outside China.
Editor's Blog 4/29/2013 27 comments
Privacy isn't a binary thing -- on/off, you have it or you don't, argues security consultant Jonathan Zdziarski. Instead, it's layered and nuanced.
Editor's Blog 4/29/2013 38 comments
The right kind of "social reading and discovery" app could be a savior. The wrong kind would sink like a lead ballon.
Editor's Blog 4/26/2013 47 comments
Several tech companies celebrated anniversaries this week, but we bet their cakes weren't baked by robots. That's not necessarily the case at one enterprising restaurant in China.
Editor's Blog 4/23/2013 29 comments
Protests are growing at Amazon's alleged restrictive practices and tax avoidance.
Editor's Blog 4/19/2013 18 comments
Google's Schmidt's take on drones, Twitter tackles tunes, and LinkedIn embraces mobile. And, oh yes, granny goes to Tuscany -- without leaving her kitchen.
Editor's Blog 4/17/2013 3 comments
Social media can empower people to take back their government, the charismatic mayor said.
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.
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