The idea of the iWatch seems unappealing to people I've spoken to on Twitter. But that's not how Apple works. If they did an iWatch, you'd buy one. You know you would...
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 next book, "Death of the PC" is out in September.
I bought a Nexus 4 out of intellectual curiosity. After three years of using iPhones, it's now my main phone. That's great for me, but a problem for Apple et al...
What products you see people using when you're out and about in public helps you understand the market and make better decisions. Why then are the two Surface variants the same color?
Writing apps that targets multiple platforms is one of the hardest software engineering problems. BlackBerry have solved this problem, but they won't want you to use it...
Just because Nokia is doing a great job of building and selling Windows Phone doesn't mean it has to build a Windows tablet. Android might be a better bet.
It's fair to say that RIM -- well, BlackBerry -- has been thoroughly beaten up over the years. Can they pick themselves up and come back fighting?
Apple have announced a 128GB version of the iPad. Don't worry though, unless you have a very specialised job, you don't need one.
Last week I said that "Windows 8 was not a good tablet OS." Several of you challenged me on it. I rebooted and had an objective look and now we can all decide--is it, or isn't it?
I bought myself an iPad mini for Christmas and was smitten. Eight inches seems like the right size for a tablet, but has Apple caused trouble for Microsoft with the Mini?
I wasn't expecting to like it, but in the end I loved it. The Chromebook could be the perfect post-PC device that has a keyboard.