Our technology analyst is hosting a Safer Internet Day event in Washington D.C. that will include executives from Google, Facebook and Tumblr executives as guest speakers.
Google said Chromebox for Meetings is looking to simplify the video conferencing experience for businesses.
As people from all over the world are gathering in Sochi, Russia for the Winter Olympics to watch top athletes, it is also apparently a gathering spot for hackers. There are reports that people are being hacked the second they log onto a Russian network.
Microsoft has named a successor to retiring CEO Steve Ballmer. Satya Nadella becomes only the third chief executive in the company’s nearly 40-year history.
Thalmic Labs, a Canadian startup is about to introduce the new MYO armband that will allow users to control their computer without the use of a mouse or keyboard.
Facebook is introducing a new app for the iPhone called Paper, which is expected to be very mobile and picture friendly in hopes of keeping users enamored with their site.
Samsung may have caved in to pressure from Google over some of its phone apps in an effort to make them more unified with the Android operating system.
Apparently the competition thinks the idea of Google Glass is a pretty good one. A number of companies are reportedly working on their own “smart glasses” ideas.
Apple’s Mac computer was introduced 30 years ago. Our tech analyst had the honor of reviewing that grand innovation back then, and reflects on how it still inspires technology today.
The study by two Princeton University students predicts Facebook will lose 80 percent of its peak user base by the year 2017.