Profile of Nathan EddyFreelance Writer
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Nathan Eddy is a freelance writer for InformationWeek. He has written for Popular Mechanics, Sales & Marketing Management Magazine, FierceMarkets, and CRN, among others. In 2012 he made his first documentary film, The Absent Column. He currently lives in Berlin.
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posted in June 2015
AWS is planning to build a massive data center in India to help expand its cloud computing services to customers there and around the world.
Just because you're an Apple aficionado doesn't mean you can't load up your iPhone with Google apps. Here are 10 of the best.
Researchers at UC San Diego have blown through expected limits of data transmission on fiber optic cable, paving a new lane for faster Web surfing.
With Microsoft's big Windows 10 launch just over a month away, let's take a look at some recently released PCs that would be ripe for an OS upgrade.
Now that they can power everything from cars to data centers, Chevy Volt batteries show they do more than your average Energizer.
If you're in for a hair-raising slice of vertigo, check out Google's Street View climb of El Capitan in Yosemite. It's not for the faint of heart.
Lenovo's pocket-size $129 Ideacentre Stick 300 joins a growing field of computer-on-a-stick offerings from rivals like Google and Intel.
Pebble, the Kickstarter success story, continues its upward climb through the wearables market thanks to a deal with Best Buy, which has exclusive preorder rights for its Time smartwatch.
Google is training neural networks -- think AI with an imagination -- to render images based on information engineers provide, and the results are fascinating.
The FCC voted 3-2 to extend and reform a program that would help low-income Americans gain access to the Web through subsidies. The commission is also allowing customers to block spam and robocalls.
In the Electronic Frontier Foundation's fifth annual report, Apple gets high marks for protecting privacy, while WhatsApp and AT&T land at the bottom.
Fairphone is looking to change the dynamics of the smartphone market with its Fairphone 2, a modular, easily repairable Android phone made of recycled materials.
Adobe's major Creative Cloud update stretches across 15 applications and includes new tools for iOS and Android users.
HTC issued a thanks but no thanks-style response after an Asus executive floated the idea that it could purchase the smartphone manufacturer.
Google moves into Amazon's game territory with YouTube Gaming, which promises a full package for online gaming junkies.
Score one for supporters of net neutrality as a US appeals court denies USTelecom's request to stay implementation of the Open Internet Order.
World-famous architects are turning their attention to eye-catching, high-tech headquarters for some of the biggest names in the tech industry. From Apple, to Facebook, to Amazon, here are our 10 favorites.
An unpatched bug in Apple's Mail app for iOS mobile devices could easily fool users into giving up their iCloud passwords to phishing hackers.
The BlackBerry Passport 2, or "Oslo," smartphone sports a more curved and rounded casing, but still offers the same square screen as the first Passport handset, according to a published report.
Apple, according to a published report, is continuing its major investment plans to better serve its customers and compete with other cloud-based service companies.
Are you ready to cut the cord? Wireless charging of devices through WiFi networks could be closer than we think.
Users of the online telecommunications service Skype have a new option when they want to make calls or hook up with video chat, as the company has released a Web-based beta version of the service.
Apple's annual WWDC opens on June 8, where the company is expected to unveil a host of updates across its mobile, Mac, and TV devices. However, the company needs to focus on the quality of iOS 9.
Apple CEO Tim Cook told a crowd that consumer data should be theirs to keep and not used to make businesses money. He targeted Google and Facebook without mentioning them.
Microsoft unveils pricing for the Home and Pro versions of the Windows 10 operating system, both due to arrive July 29.
Asus is making a splash at Computex with the release of three tablets, the latest version of its the Zen Watch 2 smartwatch, all-in-one PCs, and a monitor.