Editor's Blog 12/6/2013 20 comments
A photographer transformed tweets into art to honor fallen hero Nelson Mandela. Tech giants patented new ways to transform everyday items into smart devices. And an IT pro made a very expensive mistake.
Editor's Blog 12/4/2013 30 comments
Robots are taking over every industry, from manufacturing and logistics, to deep-sea exploration and agriculture.
Editor's Blog 11/29/2013 46 comments
iPads, Android tablets, and other such devices will make up nearly half of PC shipments next year, beating notebooks and desktops as design categories.
Editor's Blog 11/27/2013 30 comments
Technology companies, government agencies, and executives have been serving up turkeys throughout the year. Here's our list of birdbrained decisions from the past 12 months.
Editor's Blog 11/22/2013 17 comments
We target computers more intelligent than their creators, a spying scandal that doesn't involve the NSA, and a new Bob Dylan video.
Editor's Blog 11/21/2013 2 comments
Author and consultant Frank Wander joins us to talk about transforming IT culture and releasing creativity and innovation.
Editor's Blog 11/19/2013 15 comments
Grand, feel-good gestures like the Google and Bing anti-porn efforts, and the BatKid celebration in San Francisco, make great headlines. But they distract from real problems.
Editor's Blog 11/15/2013 59 comments
Google tops the IE Whitelist this week, winning a big lawsuit over scanning ebooks, as well as starting a furor over a change to YouTube comments policy.
Editor's Blog 11/13/2013 Post a comment
Join us for Smarter IT Clan radio with NYC DoT's Cordell Schachter, followed by a live text chat.
Editor's Blog 11/12/2013 14 comments
Through inventions, donations, and volunteers, members of the vast technology community are helping in the Philippines' slow recovery.
Editor's Blog 11/8/2013 10 comments
Twitter has its IPO, the head of Healthcare.gov makes an exit, a robot beats people at rock paper scissors, and more top stories of the week.
Editor's Blog 11/7/2013 23 comments
Join us to chat with fashion technology guru Syuzi Pakhchyan on IE Radio.
Editor's Blog 11/4/2013 9 comments
FutureMed explores the impact of technology on the future of health and medicine.
Editor's Blog 11/1/2013 37 comments
The iPad Air looks like it will make a better laptop alternative.
Editor's Blog 11/1/2013 13 comments
Google Glass news, Facebook's foreign conundrum, and Ashton Kutcher's newest role are all fodder for this week's Whitelist.
Editor's Blog 10/31/2013 48 comments
Employees run real risks if they attack the boss, even using their personal media social accounts.
Editor's Blog 10/30/2013 75 comments
With its volunteer editorial pool reduced by a third, Wikipedia faces serious long-term problems.
Editor's Blog 10/29/2013 22 comments
The social service is finding its identity and differentiating from Facebook and other competitors.
Editor's Blog 10/29/2013 21 comments
From "Saturday Night Live" to Jay Leno, Conan to O'Brien, to Jimmy Kimmel, here's how some of the nation's favorite comedic talents have covered the health insurance website debacle.
Editor's Blog 10/29/2013 5 comments
Join us for a chat 9:30 a.m. PT, Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, to discuss Google's upcoming announcement for its social network.
Editor's Blog 10/25/2013 45 comments
Google advertising goes to the dogs. And baseball's annual championship will head to Boston, if the numbers are right.
Editor's Blog 10/23/2013 Post a comment
Some companies are turning parts of their analytics process over to the crowd. The process is saving them money and time and improving knowledge workers' job satisfaction.
Editor's Blog 10/22/2013 18 comments
Nokia unveils one 10-inch, two 6-inch mobile devices during event in Abu Dhabi.
Editor's Blog 10/18/2013 49 comments
Looking to reshape consumer shopping, e-commerce giant Amazon signs on new partner P&G. Far away, a Fish and Wildlife Commission seeks a partner of its own – for a far different reason.
Editor's Blog 10/17/2013 54 comments
Not a tablet, not a laptop, it's a third category of device.
Editor's Blog 10/14/2013 21 comments
The feature will help end online stalkers' pursuit of victims.
Editor's Blog 10/11/2013 24 comments
From the NSA to a Chinese Grumpy Cat, we're covering the highlights and lowlights of the week's tech news.
Editor's Blog 10/8/2013 23 comments
CEO Steve Ballmer says his company will integrate separate products and open up Windows to run on disparate devices.
Editor's Blog 10/8/2013 10 comments
When television is no longer the box in the corner of the room, marketers need new ways to reach their audience.
Editor's Blog 10/4/2013 16 comments
The company is looking to raise up to $1 billion, and is growing fast, but with widening losses.
Editor's Blog 10/4/2013 22 comments
Could apprenticeships be the answer to the shortage of skilled tech experts? One company thinks so.
Editor's Blog 10/2/2013 35 comments
Authorities say the website was a place to buy heroin, cocaine, and murder for hire.
Editor's Blog 9/27/2013 67 comments
Hope you like hearing from the relatives of deposed Nigerian princes.
Editor's Blog 9/27/2013 72 comments
If your GPS told you to drive off a bridge, would you do it?
Editor's Blog 9/24/2013 5 comments
Brad Templeton of Singularity University, an adviser to Google's self-driving car team, will guide today's exploration of autonomous autos.
Editor's Blog 9/23/2013 53 comments
Social media advice for job-seeking Baby Boomers.
Editor's Blog 9/20/2013 22 comments
BlackBerry gets squeezed, judge Likes Facebook statuses, and 21 years ago a professor showed us how to show we are just kidding.
Editor's Blog 9/19/2013 Post a comment
Smarter cities are made, in large part of smarter buildings. Find out what that means in today's 7DEE presentation.
Editor's Blog 9/18/2013 4 comments
Join us as Dr. Anthony Townsend of the Institute for the Future takes us deep into this $100 billion market.
Editor's Blog 9/17/2013 Post a comment
Municipal WiFi is high on any smarter city's wishlist. Staunton CTO Kurt Plowman tells us about his experience installing a municipal wireless network.
Editor's Blog 9/16/2013 10 comments
And it's tied with a business model, too – just in time for the big IPO.
Editor's Blog 9/13/2013 20 comments
The FTC puts the brakes on Facebook's latest end-user agreement revision. Meanwhile, several companies should have put the brakes on their 9/11-themed campaigns.
Editor's Blog 9/13/2013 5 comments
Twitter's most successful days are ahead. But its best days are behind it.
Editor's Blog 9/12/2013 2 comments
Find out how cities can bounce back from catastrophes including natural disasters, terrorist attacks, financial meltdowns, and more.
Editor's Blog 9/11/2013 23 comments
Apple was expected to announce cheap iPhones to help it compete in China this week. The iPhone 5C is less expensive, but it doesn't fit the bill.
Editor's Blog 9/11/2013 25 comments
We'll always remember the tragedy of this day. And if we don't act, we'll forever live with the ongoing repercussions of a post-9/11 world.
Editor's Blog 9/10/2013 2 comments
Get an introduction to how cities in the world are getting more livable by getting smarter, and how criminals are taking advantage of the emerging technologies for smarter cities.
Editor's Blog 9/10/2013 5 comments
Expect new iPhones, including a low-priced model.
Editor's Blog 9/9/2013 4 comments
Find out how technology can help cities meet the challenges of the 21st Century in our free series of online classes.
Editor's Blog 9/6/2013 60 comments
The NSA's spying efforts undermine the Internet and severely damage American competitiveness.
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