My Brush With Mike Daisey, Apple & Foxconn
The world now knows that Mike Daisey lies about his subject matter, but I called him on it almost a year ago. I think many of us may owe Apple a silent, personal apology.
New iPad: Hands-On First Impressions
After spending several hours using the new iPad, it's evident that Apple's latest tablet is both evolutionary and revolutionary--which makes the upgrade decision a tougher one.
New iPad: 6 Observations
The early reviews are in and it's no surprise that Apple's new iPad is receiving heaps of praise. Here are some interesting discoveries made by the reviewers.
Nokia Plans Windows 8 Tablet
Finnish phone maker developing Windows 8 tablet to compete with iPad. But should the company keep its focus on smartphones?
iPad Mini Rumors Resurface
An unnamed Samsung source in a Korean report claims that Apple will be releasing an iPad with a smaller screen by the end of this year. There's clearly a market for such a tablet, but does Apple want to enter that market?
The High Cost Of Cool
New bells and whistles on your favorite technology are exciting, but sometimes they're just noise.
Unresponsive IT? CEO Must Share Blame
Social CRM and multi-channel marketing are the latest trends fueling questions about IT priorities, but have top executives bought into these priorities?
iTether Skirts App Store Ban With HTML5 App
After Apple removed iTether from the App Store in November, the developers took a new approach and recently released an HTML5-based tethering app to circumvent Apple's ban.
SXSW: What Gaming Should Teach IT Leaders
In World of Warcraft, the individual is 20% more productive when working in a cooperative group instead of playing alone. Wouldn't you love it if everyone on your work team felt the same way?
The iPad 2 Gets More Attractive
The new (not) iPad 3 with its great display and 4G got the big news, but the lower-key iPad 2 price drop may be of greater immediate interest.
New iPad: Your Next TV Set?
Apple's TV set is already here. Maybe you've heard of the iPad? The first model has a 9.7-inch diagonal screen, but think bigger.
Embrace Enterprise 2.0 Trifecta
Half measures won't work. Enterprises must adopt social/mobile, cloud, and big data technologies—all of them, not just one or two.
The Myth Of Big Data
It's time to check in with our good buddy Stu Laura, CIO Supreme, about big data and what his company is doing about it.
iPad Rivals Fire Back
Samsung and Nvidia respond to harsh comparisons Apple made during launch of the new iPad with criticisms of their own.
IT-Enhanced Medical Homes Aren't A Quick Fix
Patient-centric medical homes are touted to fix the healthcare cost crisis, but the deep pockets and extensive IT resources they require aren't available to every healthcare provider.
iPad 3 Rumor Roundup
What's the point in waiting till the Wednesday announcement? We evaluate the main rumors and speculation about Apple's iPad 3 for credibility.
How To Achieve Better Patient Engagement
Meaningful Use Stage 2 proposals raise the bar for online patient engagement, highlighting how important it is for healthcare providers to communicate with patients and give them access to their information.
UPS Handhelds Learn Smartphone Tricks
UPS' new device, which will go out to 100,000 brown-clad drivers, has some amazing features. But like any mobile device these days, it's already on the road to obsolescence.