I receive a lot of promotional e-mails that blast "new," "game changing" and "dramatic" survey results that relate to technology. Most of them don't say much.
You're a "leading cloud expert" with a "robust solution" that will be "generally available" in "early 2011"? Sure you are.
Business analytics is atop most companies' apps wish lists. The business goal, of course, is to make sense of the enormous amount of data and information housed...
No W-Fi for you! Here's how to tell if wireless Internet service is about as likely as a free meal on your airplane ride.
Passengers don't want to pay for in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity, according to In-Stat research. That's not surprising: Just look at the Wi-Fi hotspot experiences...
What's more likely: Reliable Wi-Fi at a conference or the real Kim Kardashian follows you on Twitter? Here are the odds of tech life, from the long shots to the sure bets.
Analysis: Too many tweeple go to some bizarre dimension when using Twitter. Here are my favorite examples of Twitter behavior gone wrong.
Hurd's sudden departure from HP was intended to avoid a PR fallout. But several facets of this story have yet to be explained.
For the retailing industry, the adoption of radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology this decade has been one long, strange journey.
Who hasn't wanted to take a bat to their office printer? From confusing error messages to unfixable paper jams, today's office printer is a source of frustration and angst.
From confusing error messages to unfixable paper jams, today's office printer is a source of frustration and angst. This is why we hate you, office printer. And yet we can't quit you, either.