Featured by Tom Conlon
It’s About Time: Satellite Video Delivery That Finally Makes Discs Obsolete
If your video store isn’t already six feet under, XStreamHD will finally put it there. The company is launching the … Continued
Inside the Excruciatingly Slow Death of Internet Explorer 6
It's the bane of designers everywhere, and it makes most modern sites look broken and horrible. So why are 20% of Web surfers still using it?
The iPad’s Closed System: Sometimes I Hate Being Right
Remember that groundbreaking Apple Super Bowl ad from 1984? The one where the woman throws a hammer at Big Brother, … Continued
The Grouse’s Wishes For a Happy, Techy 2010
There goes 2009, and what a year she was. Let’s see, the iTunes App Store eclipsed one billion downloads, Google … Continued
Mourning the Death of the Meta Media Experience
Face it: On-demand is the future of TV. But is passive channel surfing and collective viewing something we won't know the value of until it's gone?
Why 4G is Nothing More Than a Band-Aid (and Why the FCC Isn’t Helping)
On vacation on Cape Cod, my now-insatiable need for constant connectivity provides a revelation
How About Cash for Tech Clunkers?
This week, Uncle Sam’s gas-guzzler gold rush was officially put to sleep. With some 800,000 fuel-efficient cars sold in the … Continued
How The Apple Tablet Could Ruin Computing
Hint: the mobile network providers are involved
Ten Computing Tasks You Won’t Be Doing With Chrome OS
Death knells for the desktop operating system as we know it are exaggerated--here's why most users won't be making a total switch to Chrome OS any time soon
How to Lose Traffic and Alienate People: The Revenge!
Or: why does Google hate this fish?