Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference wraps up tomorrow in San Jose, but for most of us non-developers, the action began and ended on Monday morning. For many, the most exciting news of the day was the oddly-named HomePod, a Siri device for your living room. With its seven-speaker array of tweeters, real-time acoustic spacial awareness, and a … Continue reading HomePod is Where the Heart is
In case you haven’t heard, Snap (the parent company of Snapchat) is scheduled to go public on March 2nd. It’s the most highly anticipated initial public offering in a while and might be to be the biggest since 2014. The company set market value for its IPO between $19.5 billion and $22.2 billion, which is … Continue reading SNAPCHAT IPO BANKS ON CHILDREN’S FRIENDSHIPS
It was a simpler time. Before Facebook. Before the iPhone. Most desktop PCs still ran Windows 98, and people rarely sent me messages telling me how ugly I was. I'm talking about the year 2001 when I played one of the side-kicks and occasional fill-in co-hosts on a cable TV network called TechTV. If you … Continue reading HAS THE INTERNET GOTTEN MEANER OR HAVE I JUST GOTTEN OLDER?
Every day at my job as the host of Tech News Today I talk for forty-five minutes to an hour about the coming robot apocalypse, the morality of self-driving cars, apps that help you pick up your dog’s poop, and a very wide variety of other topics that reflect the wild ride we’re on in … Continue reading PLEASE DON’T CALL THIS A BLOG