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 July 2015
Microsoft rolls out four Office Mobile apps -- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote -- alongside the worldwide debut of Windows 10.
InformationWeek went searching for the most expensive iPhone apps that are out there. Here's our Top 10.
The world of virtual reality content moves a little closer to the mainstream with the launch of Nokiaís OZO virtual reality camera.
No stranger to innovative products, Samsung launches the SE370 monitor, which can wirelessly charge your smartphone.
The Apple Watch is moving out of the high-end boutique world and into big-box retail through a Best Buy partnership.
The highly anticipated launch of Windows 10 finally arrives on July 29. Here are 10 things you should know about the impending release.
Hours after the FCC gave final approval to the deal, AT&T announced it had completed its acquisition of DirecTV, a deal estimated at $49 billion. The integration of the two companies will occur over the coming months.
Microsoft's Send app is designed to let workers who are short on time send brief messages while forgoing subject lines and signatures. It's available on the iPhone.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler finds some good things to recommend about the proposed merger between AT&T and DirecTV.
Apple's hiring of a former Chrysler executive for its undisclosed electric vehicle project, Titan, adds more grist to the rumor mill.
Microsoft is dropping $320 million to purchase Adallom, a cloud security specialist that has offices in Tel Aviv and Palo Alto.
Google's goal of bringing a self-driving car to America's roads hasn't been without its speed bumps, but the company's cars are not to blame.
The outermost planet in our solar system comes into breathtaking relief as NASA successfully completes a nine-year, 3-billion-mile expedition to Pluto.
Not content to limit its ambitions to mapping the world's cities and towns, Google's Street View team has been taking some wild adventures over the years. These are our favorites.
Google is working with the federal government to bring its high-speed Internet service -- Fiber -- to affordable housing properties at no cost.
HTC is rolling our four new Desire smartphones in the US, hoping to attract customers with colorful options and affordable prices.
It's another nail in the coffin for Adobe's Flash platform as Mozilla disables it from running on the company's Firefox Web browser.
Despite the dominance of the Android platform, Apple's iPhone still commands an overwhelming lead when it comes to smartphone profit share.
Carmakers such as Ford and Volkswagen are keen to limit tech companies' access to consumer data, despite allowing drivers to use their apps.
Google taps its AI advancements, including neural networks, to help Gmail combat spam and block malicious email.
Fingerprint scanners are still recent additions to smartphones and other mobile devices. Synaptics wants to raise the bar for security.
The Texas metropolis has a new friend in Facebook, which plans to build a data center powered by renewable energy.
Add a self-driving car to the Texan capital's repository of hipper-than-thou collection of facial hair and indie rock concerts.
Google Glass didnít catch fire with consumers, but an FCC filing suggests the company is not giving up on its ambitions.
Giving face takes on a whole new meaning with the credit card company's plan to authorize mobile payments using facial recognition technology.
Search and online ad rivals Yahoo and Google might be coming closer together, as Yahoo decides to test whether it should let the search engine giant onto its turf.
The Apple Watch made a big splash in the media, but some financial and tech analysts aren't convinced consumers and enterprises are buying the hype.
Longing to get away this summer but more interested in the Shire than St. Barths? Check out our guide to geek-tastic vacations worldwide.
If leaked photos can be believed, Apple is planning only minor changes for the upcoming iPhone 6s.