Blog Profile / ZDNet: Tom Foremski

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Archived Since:February 3, 2010

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Old age is the killer app for Google Glass

It's perfect for older people especially if they suffer from dementia.

Google Glass is for the old and demented

Old age is a perfect application for devices such as Google Glass

The secret to Amazon's competitive advantage over Apple, others

Weak profits and warnings of large losses don't faze $AMZN shareholders.

Google Glass: Yet another example that Google doesn't understand 'Social'

It's not the technology – it's the failure to anticipate social reactions.

Futurists...and the "End of Work"

Predicting the future is easy, figuring out how we live in it is much harder.

Facebook 'Likes' can reveal your sexuality, ethnicity, politics, and your parent's divorce

Big data is not your friend because it can easily be used to reveal highly personal information...

Should Intel double-up on leadership? Still no word on next CEO as deadline looms

Intel's new CEO will have to build a major chip foundry business from near scratch, and win big in mobile chip sales and in traditional chip markets - two very different jobs.

Should Intel double-down? Still no word on next CEO as deadline looms

Intel's CEO will have to build a major contract manufacturing business from near scratch and win big in mobile chip markets while hanging onto server chip dominance - two very different jobs

Intel leadership crisis? Still no word on next CEO as May deadline looms

The next CEO will have to build a major contract manufacturing business from scratch and win big in mobile chip markets - two very different jobs

HP board shakeup urged as British fraud investigation opens into Autonomy deal

The acquisition of Britain's leading software company was a disaster and HP's board is being blamed ahead of its annual shareholders meeting

Yahoo! says it's no longer a digital media company

Yahoo! is trying to get its mojo back and that means rebranding itself as a "technology company." But is it?

Groupon's group discount on the tech sector

Groupon CEO and founder Andrew Mason lost his job and has lost more than $1bn since Groupon went public, a fall that's also affected many tech companies.

Yahoo! seeks to reboot notorious company culture

CEO Marissa Mayer's home work ban is crucial to rebuilding Yahoo!

PrivCo report: Silicon Valley remains far ahead of other tech centers

There are many that would delight in news of Silicon Valley's decline but their Schadenfreude festivities will have to be postponed yet again...

Hyperlink-free SABEW announces winners in business reporting competition

A society of US editors and journalists should embrace modernity and the hyperlink -- the single most defining element of the world wide web.

GOOG wants your eyeball - futuristic $1500 goggles coming sooner

Google Glass is a breakthrough concept but can Google sell it beyond the geek market without a charismatic spokesperson?

The Steve Jobs Way: Exploring the intersection of psychedelics and technology

Silicon Valley's roots are in a radical counter-culture that once embraced LSD as a possible creativity booster...

SFMusicTech Summit: Musicians and Geeks search for sustainable business models

Being a musician can be fun but it's a tough way to pay rent. Can technology devise a sustainable business model?

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