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While there will always almost certainly be a niche market for professional grade cameras for specific applications and works of significant artistic merit, the DSLR's bread and butter market no longer needs or even wants to carry these beasts anymore.
Jason Perlow gives you his picks for the best BBQ and grilling tech/accessories for the July 4th weekend and the summer ahead.
How many of these darned things do I really need to run?
Change is never easy for users to accept, even if you are introducing new technologies that are supposed to make their lives easier or the computing experience simpler.
Yep, the Windows 8.1 Preview release breaks the Bing Desktop program. But I've created a temporary workaround.
If IBM's recent workforce rebalancing act is of any indication of future trends, then we're going to see an awful lot of vacant datacenter space and vacant datacenter jobs.
I hate to break it to you guys, but the Government just isn't that into you. Moving your organization's applications and workloads to the Cloud from a traditional on-premises model fundamentally changes nothing about the impact of NSA surveillance on the enterprise.
Cupertino's got a giant war chest, but does it really want to be in the business of search engines, volume email services, social networks, productivity and enterprise software, and all the other things that are needed to complete the mobile picture?
Some have accused Apple of copying the user experience of their competitors for the latest version of their mobile OS. Some are complaining that the changes are too drastic or have not gone far enough.The reality is that the future of computing has one ultimate and common goal, which is to eliminate the user interface altogether.
While the new Mac Pro may be the butt of jokes for its odd visual appearance, it's packed with state of the art desktop technology. But is it too late to make much of a difference in today's mobile world and the future of Cloud Computing and SaaS?
The National Security Agency has been violating your privacy for over 50 years. And you've just suddenly become aware of this now?
Today's teens and pre-teens are overly reliant on technology, lazy, self-entitled and are the worst read of any generation.
Jason Perlow and Rick Vanover talk about Google Glass and its use cases for business technologies, complicating the trend of consumerization of IT to wearable computing devices
A routine tech support call from a family member uncovered a neighborhood infested with unsecured WLANs.
GM's Volt and Nissan's Leaf sales are pathetic. Fisker is going to be issued its last rites, A123 and CODA are going bankrupt, and Israel is now sitting shiva for a Better Place. Why are electric cars and plug-in hybrids failing so miserably?
Five years ago I went through the "denial" stage. And then "anger." And onto "bargaining" and "depression." I am now in full "acceptance" that building PCs for personal and business use no longer makes economic or business sense.
A new approach to virtualization could vaporize malware on desktops, mobile operating systems and even cloud-based DaaS.
It sounds like a good idea until you realize the level of effort isn't actually worth it.
In September 1966, the NBC television network released an iconic but short-lived series that would inspire generations of inventors to bring about changes in our daily lives in the use of technology that many of us take for granted, but was once within the realms of strictly science fiction.
Google has its own vision for wearable computing that locks you into their ecosystem. How about an open specification for wearable human interface devices instead?