Things are changing in how customers want to interact with businesses.
Matt Baxter-Reynolds blogs on the changing face of software development in a post-PC world.
Matt Baxter-Reynolds is a mobile software development consultant and technology sociologist based in the UK. His latest book -- "Death of the PC" -- is available on Amazon now.
You've heard it a million times by now -- it's devices and services all the way in Redmond. But have you thought about what that means?
Wearables are starting to win me over, but having "lost" my Fitbit One over the weekend, I realise there's a major problem with them...
Nothing lasts forever. Office may be a huge money-spinner for Microsoft, but what's next?
The debate surrounding Chromebooks rumbles on. Can we use machine learning to tell us once and for all whether to get on-board with the idea?
Back in January 2012, developers didn't seem to be in love with writing native apps for Windows 8. Are they any more keen today?
My ZDNet colleague James Kendrick wrote about a desire for a tablet that "gets" him. We might be building some of the systems to support that today...
Modular smartphones seem like a good ideas, but they have a number of significant problems.
Is the PC dying? Not really. It's more to do with that users now have choice about which tools they use.
The post-PC era changes everything, including how the enterprise IT department approaches its work...