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.
Articles by Nathan Eddy
posted in September 2015
After a long period of development, Tesla is finally ready to show the world its latest electric vehicle, the Model X SUV.
David Bowie's famous question -- "Is there life on Mars?" -- remains unanswered, but NASA says it has found the key to life flowing across the planet's surface.
Sprint will not participate in a new auction for bandwidth in the US. Instead, it's taking T-Mobile head-on with an alluring iPhone 6s deal.
The New Horizons mission to Pluto continues to amaze, as new images reveal a complex system of geography and chemical composition.
Amid more losses, BlackBerry officially confirmed rumors that it's working on an Android-based smartphone. The Priv will be released later this year.
The latest iteration of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will set you back a hefty sum if you buy it outright, but T-Mobile has plans to help ease the pain.
Reviews from across the media landscape have hailed the latest iPhone, quibbles about battery life aside, the best smartphone Apple has yet produced.
Apple is ramping up the development of Project Titan, its foray into electric car production, by expanding its team, the WSJ reports.
The upcoming version of Microsoft's wearable device, the Band 2, will feature a more graceful curved display, according to images that leaked online.
Apple executives and representatives from California's DMV recently met to discuss Project Titan, the company's self-driving vehicle project, according to the Guardian.
Nextbit's Robin smartphone uses the cloud to provide extra storage for users. It also offers a Qualcomm processor and the Android operating system.
Microsoft's is hoping to important Cortana, its digital assistant, to cars in the future, but a J.D. Power report finds that not everyone is thrilled with Apple, Google, and other invading their vehicles.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos plans to challenge fellow billionaires and space enthusiasts Elon Musk and Richard Branson in a private, exclusive race to reach the heavens.
There are more antitrust woes for Google. This time they're in Russia, where the company could face unspecified fines or contract renegotiations with OEMs.
A 451 Research survey finds early Apple watch adopters are exceedingly satisfied with the smartwatch. Many are also using it for health and fitness.
NASA's New Horizons is back in the news with the probe sending back dazzlingly new photographs of Pluto, along with images of the dwarf planet's moon Charon.
Google is looking to move its self-driving car project into more of a business mold by hiring auto industry veteran John Krafcik into its ranks.
The Apple Watch and Android-based wearable devices are expected to lead the market during the next four years, according to IDC latest report.
Early reports indicate enthusiasm for Apple's latest color change -- rose gold -- on its new iPhone 6s. The smartphones are also proving popular in pre-orders.
Google is pushing mobile payment technology further into the mainstream with the launch of Android Pay, a similar technology to Apple Pay.
The slow but steady rollout of Google Fiber, the company's high-speed Internet project, continues apace with the addition of three new prospect cities.
Microsoft is opening up its Office software suite to rival platforms, including an interesting relationship with Apple's new iPad Pro and Apple Watch.
In a crowded smartphone market, sales of Amazon's Fire smartphone just weren't hot enough for the company to continue its existence.
AT&T and ZTE are offering a new device called Mobley, which can turn almost any car into a WiFi hotspot.
At Apple's event on Wednesday, Sept. 9, the company is expected to show off a faster iPhone 6s, a retooled Apple TV, and a bigger iPad built for professionals.
The sagging and crowded tablet market has proven challenging for Amazon to break into, leading the company to target the low-budget market.
Back-to-school season is the ultimate excuse to stock up on all the electronics you’ve been pining for since – well -- since the last school year ended. From MacBooks to Fitbits, here are some of our recommendations.
The initiative is the latest in a recent spate of major investment in in the Internet of Things by vendors worldwide, even as two US industry trade groups call for greater commitment to the space.
Toyota is investing $50 million to create research programs at Stanford and MIT to study and facilitate the advancement of artificial intelligence.
Apple is now expected to show off its long-rumored and highly anticipated iPad Pro at its Sept. 9 event. The company may also update its iMac as well.
At IFA, Lenovo is covering all the bases by releasing new and updated models of its Yoga notebooks, ThinkPad laptops, desktops geared toward small businesses, smartphones, and tablets.
In addition to its new convertible Chromebook and numerous smartphones, Acer updated its Aspire notebooks and released a tablet targeted at gamers at the 2015 IFA show in Berlin.
A Bloomberg Intelligence report indicates Apple faces an uphill sales battle as the expected iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus may underwhelm.
Google's self-driving car will join its self-navigating Lexus vehicles in Austin this month.
Apple is known for its consumer-friendly reputation, but this list proves Cameragate is only the latest in a long line of Apple foul-ups.