Google Glass: First Impressions
Google Glass may usher in the era of wearable computing, but based on my first few days, this is a long way from being a mass market product.
Original iPhone Nears Obsolete Status
As iOS 7 takes shape, Apple prepares to relegate original iPhone to "obsolete" status, which will mean the end of service by AppleCare and retail stores.
Cloud Survey Has Warning For Amazon
RightScale's State of the Cloud survey finds Amazon the public cloud leader -- but IT is looking to Rackspace, Google and Microsoft for added testing and experiments.
10 Breakthrough DARPA Technologies
From next-generation aircraft to smarter missiles, projects launched by DARPA's Tactical Technology Office push new limits. Take a closer look.
Follow Feds To The Cloud
Uncle Sam is a leader in the secure use of cloud services. Here’s what FedRAMP and FISMA can teach you.
Education Data: Privacy Backlash Begins
Privacy and education experts sound alarms about the movement to capture and analyze more and more student data, even as edu tech companies decry ulterior motives.
Interoperability Depends On EHR Vendors: AHA
Providers don't need more regulation -- they need fewer obstacles to complying, says hospital association in reply to government's request for information on interoperability.
Windows 8 Sells Best On New Tablets
New reports reveal what Microsoft would not in its recent earnings meeting: Windows 8's 7.5% share of the tablet space is around double its overall market penetration.
36 NYC Subway Stations Get Wi-Fi
MTA and Transit Wireless enter the first phase of a multi-year plan to bring wireless communications to 277 NYC subway stations.
How To Be A CIO And A Woman
You don't have to choose between being a tech leader and a woman, some powerful role models declare. Is there any more powerful message to young women considering IT careers?