WWDC 2013 is Apple's chance to reassert a unified vision

June 10, 2013
Beyond iOS 7 and OS X 10.9, Apple's moving in multiple directions -- and sometimes spreading its focus too wide
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Big Brother tech might be America's last hope for health

May 31, 2013
Wearable monitors, big data, e-commerce technologies, and pro-health propaganda may fix U.S. health care
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What the 'Internet of things' really means

May 24, 2013
Get past the confusion caused by all those technologies claiming to be in the Internet of things
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The meter's on all the time: Tech's 'greed is good' era arrives

May 17, 2013
Adobe Creative Cloud is the first blatant move to make us pay, pay again, and pay some more for nonservices technology
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The unintended consequences of forced BYOD

May 10, 2013
When personal equipment is required to handle business data and processes, say good-bye to traditional notions of corporate power
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Social business apps' weakness: Being social

May 03, 2013
Facebook and Twitter are the wrong models to follow when deploying social business apps. Think this way instead
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A better way to share and store electronic health records

April 26, 2013
Box's foray into confusing world of digital health data could be the first step toward consumerizing this messy tech
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Windows-hugging IT needs to let go

April 19, 2013
Microsoft's failed client platforms and withholding strategy for Office and SharePoint deepen the wedge between users and IT
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'Post-PC' does not mean 'no PC'

April 15, 2013
The accelerating decline of PC sales doesn't mean they'll disappear, but it means computing will change dramatically
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The death of the PC: Invented by Apple, accelerated by Microsoft

April 11, 2013
Apple's iPad was designed to change computing, but Microsoft's bungling of Windows dramatically hastened the progress
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