When your systems are said to be melting down, it's best not to overhype tech you think customers will like. Especially if it isn't all that, after all.
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Some people want graveyard visitors to know more about who they were. A lot more.
A survey suggests says that in our society of immediacy, our patience runs out within seconds. This is how many seconds.
Without technology and everything that supports it, you wouldn't get a Big Mac. Sometimes, though, you have to wonder what's really going on at your local McDonald's.
You'd think that every technological advancement would breed positive reactions. Yet sometimes, the potential consequences aren't always thought through.
Microsoft Teams isn't just there to make employees' lives easier. It's also there to give bosses data about so many things.
Ever since Microsoft's new browser emerged, it's made Google a little uncomfortable. So Google has created a new, slightly irritable message for those who log on to their Gmail accounts via Edge on a new device.
A new study offers a delicious view of human psychology with respect to people's working future.
Sometimes, companies don't always think through the jokes they make. Yes, it's just like their software.
You can see why Microsoft does this. You can also see why it shouldn't. Or, if it should, do it a different way.