by Gord Hotchkiss on Mar 28, 1:22 PM
Who is Gord Hotchkiss? My AI doppelganger is extraordinarily cool, doing stuff I would love to do -- but definitely not on my CV.
by Steven Rosenbaum on Mar 27, 1:16 PM
Making sense of "this free-form system of asymmetrical consumption and unlimited supply of content on many different devices," according to Evan Shapiro.
by Maarten Albarda on Mar 24, 1:16 PM
At the House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing, U.S. lawmakers' tone was mostly "My mind is made up, but let me see if I can embarrass you."
by Dave Morgan on Mar 23, 3:13 PM
Google's YouTube now captures 7.9% of all video viewing on U.S. televisions, more than any other streamer.
by Cory Treffiletti on Mar 22, 2:08 PM
Vinyl records have been back in vogue for a long time now, and in 2022 more than $1.2 billion of vinyl was sold for artists old and new.
by Gord Hotchkiss on Mar 21, 2:10 PM
Google Glass's demise bring up some takeaways about the fading dividing line between technology and humans.
by Steven Rosenbaum on Mar 20, 1:51 PM
"We are today facing normalization and mainstreaming of extremist ideologies like never before," said Anti-Defamation League's Lauren T. Krapf during a SXSW panel.
by Maarten Albarda on Mar 17, 1:20 PM
A few seats at the table are empty, which will make any agreed-upon terms and conditions only partially relevant, and fail to give sanctions any real teeth.
by Dave Morgan on Mar 16, 3:12 PM
Most times, a walled garden is essential to ensure a reliable, functioning ecosystem for users, and is where many companies focus their resources for differentiation.
by Cory Treffiletti on Mar 15, 12:51 PM
All that conjecture only served to create stress and anxiety over the weekend, adding fuel to an already frightening situation for many.