It's hard to beleive the change that's happened over the last 20 years. Consider:
Digital Equipment Corp, Sun Microsystems and Data General were leading hardware manufactures.
Compaq was the fastest growing PC vendor.
Google didn’t exist.
Mark Zuckerberg was 9 years old.
Amazon.com hadn’t launched yet
There was no e-commerce, Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari.
Digital glasses were what Geordi La Forge wore in Star Trek.
Stuart Schuffman spotted said sign.
Two hopping night-spots in San Francisco are the latest to ban Google Glass. SoMa's The Willows and the Mission's Sycamore are promoting patron privacy in their establishments.
But is this less about privacy and more about the growing anti-tech sentiment in the city?
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers are relieved that they don't have to look at a naked Scoble this time. Not to mention: Abby Martin and Abby Martin: Separated at birth?
Four students have hacked Apple's iOS 7s voice assistant to control third-party apps with Siri without jailbreaking their iPhone.
Ever wish your phone could alert you when emails come in from certain people or with specific words in the subject? It can. Welcome to the world of custom Gmail alerts.
My last two blogs were about the security offered by Chromebooks, focusing first on traveling, then on running Flash. Here I discuss how easy it is to own a Chromebook. Basically, they require no ongoing care and feeding. Quite revolutionary.
Samsung's getting back into the Chromebook game with its new Chromebook 2 laptops. Here's a detailed look at the devices and what they have to offer.
Google's made a lot of progress in protecting Android users from threats -- and the company's about to take another step in making all Android devices even more secure.
Literally like LEGO®.
The Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) ATAP group is still working on its modular smartphone. And now it's getting ready to talk about its plans. Stand by for a Project Ara developer conference in mid-April.
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers assemble the story from its key components, leaving out the bits they don't care about. [You're fired -Ed.]
OK, Google: 3... 2... 1... Now.
Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) finally opens up its new Android launcher. Albeit for Nexus and Google Experience devices, for now.
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers start apps slightly differently.