RSS is a comparative dinosaur in a world of social sharing. I'm going to get so much hate mail for this post.
Christopher Dawson explores the mystery behind the hottest and fastest growing tech company in the world. Google spoilers inside.
Chris Dawson is a freelance writer, consultant, and policy advocate with 20 years of experience in education, technology, and the intersection of the two.
SwiftKey is great in and of itself. What interests me, though, are its potential applications across various vertical markets.
I've been living with my Nexus 4 for a while now, contract-free and happy to be rid of Verizon. It seems I'm not alone.
Pundits are all over the high price and incremental update for Apple's latest 128GB Retina iPad. But guess what? These things are going to sell. And there's a lesson for Google here, too.
The overwhelming number of games coming to mobile devices has made it hard for users to find new games and developers to get discovered. Enter Applorer.
Well, maybe not pneumonia, but at least a nasty case of bronchitis.
Google's launch of the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 tablets was a sales slam dunk but an unmitigated ecommerce disaster. Will round 2 go any better today?
It started with a surprising e-commerce mess. Then the backorder blues. And now, silence.
As if the mess that Google calls its Play Store yesterday wasn't bad enough, now many buyers are getting conflicting emails about 3-week backorders.
After a couple of hours of trying and struggling with a Google Play Store debacle like everyone else, I just landed a supposedly sold out 8GB Nexus 4.