The concept that the Internet parallels the real world and participation comes with certain ethical, moral and legal obligations isn't coming through for some of the digital generation.
The Avaak Vuezone Personal Video Network, a battery-powered video surveillance system, has some good ideas and some annoying flaws.
Based on real-world testing, here's how the Barnes and Noble Nook compares to the Alex e-book reader.
Even if the carriers aren't explicitly agreeing to all do the same thing, the fact that they are, actually, all doing the same thing -- and it's not in the consumer's interest -- should raise all sorts of red flags.
Pondering the problems with employees and social networking, it's clear that simple nannying won't cut it.
The Ctera C200 provides SAN, NAS, and cloud storage that's simple and cost-effective.
Mark Gibbs checks out a device that puts all of Wikipedia (the text portion at least) in your pocket.
The service is about to celebrate its first birthday and I recently had the opportunity to talk to Stephen Wolfram, the co-founder of Wolfram Research.
A group of lawyers has set out to coerce BitTorrent users into settling out of court for illegal movie downloads.
There are two tasks in business that are really tedious: Tracking your receipts for expenses and capturing business card data.
Analysis: As far as the Recording Industry Association of America is concerned, Digital Rights Management is dead. Or at least very stunned.
Mark Gibbs reviews a really powerful and impressive enterprise-scale Windows automation system that even figures out automatically its own ROI.
If you want to keep track of a current hot topic, say, a mildly interesting topic such as swine flu, how else might you do it?
I'm writing this column for one simple reason: The next time someone says to me "I don't get Twitter," I can direct them to here.