Here are five things that happened in the world of technology this past week and why they’re important for your business (and mine). Did you miss them? 1 – Car technology is gaining significant steam.
Part 1 of the TED Radio Hour episode Spoken And Unspoken. About John McWhorter's TEDTalk Does texting mean the death of good writing skills? Linguist John McWhorter says that there's much more to texting
Helloooooo China! The Internet we each see every day is an infinitesimally tiny sliver of the whole—the parts we have curated for ourselves, the parts our network of friends and family sends to us, and
A long, strange trip comes to a close The Nokia brand name, one of the most storied marks in mobile, will never grace another smartphone. Under the terms of Microsoft's $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia's
What happens when a country goes from less than 10% to 80% mobile penetration in two years? We’re about to find out. On June 27, the government of Myanmar will grant the first two licenses to foreign companies
When he rolls into a gas station to fill his tank, Barkhad Dahir doesn't get out of his car. He punches a few buttons on his cellphone and within seconds he has paid for the fuel. With the same quick on
Not content with offering super-fast broadband in Austin and Kansas City, Google has plans to use blimps to deliver wide-area wireless internet connectivity in Africa and other emerging markets, according