Michael GartenbergContributor, Computerworld

Michael Gartenberg is an analyst and long-time Mac user who covers the world of the interconnected consumer for Gartner. The opinions expressed are his own.

Tweener Devices Fall Between the Cracks of Usefulness

I've noted before that there's a limit to the number of digital devices end users will carry (it's three), and for that reason, users have embraced the overlap of features that marks today's devices.

Control Those Tiny Ringing PCs

Treat that phone in your pocket like the PC it really is.

A Road Warrior's Guide to Netbooks

Separate the best products from the toys and gadgets flooding the low end of the market.

Did Microsoft Learn its Lessons with Vista?

Analysis: With Windows 7, Microsoft could be repeating its Longhorn missteps.

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