What’s Next in Big Tech? [Part III]

Science fiction is, believe it or not, a pretty damn reliable barometer for the future sometimes. One could even argue that some technological innovations take shape¬†because the inventor/key player saw or read about it in something science fiction-y. For anyone who watched the original Star Trek (c. 1960s), two technological marvels of the show were …

What’s Next in Big Tech [Part II]

Science fiction is, believe it or not, a pretty damn reliable barometer for the future sometimes. One could even argue that some technological innovations take shape¬†because the inventor/key player saw or read about it in something science fiction-y. For anyone who watched the original Star Trek (c. 1960s), two technological marvels of the show were …

What’s Next in Big Tech? [Part I]

Science fiction is, believe it or not, a pretty damn reliable barometer for the future sometimes. One could even argue that some technological innovations take shape because the inventor/key player saw or read about it in something science fiction-y. For anyone who watched the original Star Trek (c. 1960s), two technological marvels of the show …

TouchPad the Nemesis of the iPad? No.

This post is in response to iPad met its match in the TouchPad, by Brooke Crothers. It’s very rare for me to run across an article that’s underlying premise is so flawed, I feel compelled to respond… yet here we are. What’s even more damning is that the piece was written for C|Net, normally a …

OPEC’s Worst Nightmare

There’s a lot of talk about Electric Vehicles out there. People seem to be split into two camps: on one side, we have the people who snicker and point at electric vehicles and compare them to golf carts. And in the other camp, we have the people who are taking a serious look at EVs …