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Was last week's test launch cheesy and tactless -- or a necessary technological demonstration of our country's ability to achieve actual greatness to a disaffected and unprepared generation?
These dystopian and apocalyptic science fiction films won or were nominated for Academy Awards. Some of our favorites didn't make it, though.
Does the Chinese smartphone giant really need carrier participation to be successful in North America?
In the continuing fight for holding our broadband providers accountable for their actions, our front line weapons will be the cloud and the Internet of Things.
Let the past die. Kill it, if you have to. No truer words about Disney's multi-billion dollar franchise have ever been spoken. [Spoiler ahead.]
The video streaming giant calling out its users on Twitter is creepy. But it's only the beginning of monetizing viewing data for media content services.
With so many portable battery banks on the market, which one do stuff your stockings with? It's not as easy as you think.
VPNs, Wi-Fi Meshes, pods, supernodes, and intelligent distributed cloud services will become the lingua franca of the new Biased Net.
The satellite radio service serves up great content. But Sirius XM is one of the most frustrating companies to deal with for customers. Could Amazon improve the experience?
As driverless technologies improve, cars will likely become more of a membership perk than objects of ownership.
It was a foregone conclusion that Amazon was going to kill retail. Now, your favorite coffee store is in its sights.
We must face up to the potential dangers of widespread virtual reality technology before it's too late.
NCC-1031's crew is a prime example of an IT services consulting firm gone dysfunctional.
No single integrator is good at doing it all in the cloud. Just because your previous partner was a virtuoso back in the day of on-premise technologies doesn't mean they can handle your migration project.
How many more of these IoT devices that use DRM technology to validate the use of proprietary refills do we have to endure?
Hate is back in fashion again. Tech is no exception when it comes to being the target of our anger and frustration -- but this stuff truly deserves it.
The combination of positive, visionary futurism with relevant social commentary distinguishes Star Trek from every other science fiction television program. "Star Trek: Discovery" -- premiering September 24 --adds a new twist.
Your tablet and smartphone can be invaluable tools to help you stay out of harm's way during hurricane season.
Upstream service providers should not be breaking basic web service protocol connectivity.
Learn from the Crashplan abandonware experience -- own your data, in an archive-agnostic format.