Interview with Woz: To innovate, get personal

February 04, 2014
The Apple co-founder explains why being human is key to good tech and why technology alone won't fix our schools
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How to ruin the Internet of things: Tie up with a carrier

January 28, 2014
It's bad enough that a smartphone is tied to a specific network. Imagine what happens if your car, fridge, alarm, or other long-lived equipment is
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Not just for Macs, Thunderbolt rumbles into PCs

January 21, 2014
The arrival of 4K video and the prevalence of Apple-inspired PC designs is making Thunderbolt suddenly sensible for PCs
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Don't believe the lies about Windows XP's imminent death

January 14, 2014
On April 8, Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP, but XP-based PCs will continue to work just fine
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Android + Windows 8 = Windows Super-Frankenstein

January 07, 2014
Desperate times lead to desperate measures, and the PC makers' desperation has led them to a three-headed Franken-PC
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It's time to get over the BYOD obsession

January 03, 2014
IT's New Year's resolution should be about enablement, not fighting yesterday's wars
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Edward Snowden has stripped us of all illusion about our digital world

December 20, 2013
There can no longer be an illusion that our information is private or used only for good purposes
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Apps are Apple's Achilles' heel

December 13, 2013
Apple's failure to properly target its apps is a major liability in the new platform war
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How Apple could save Windows 8

December 06, 2013
Office was supposed to be Windows 8's killer app, but it works poorly on touch PCs. Instead, the new killer app could be iTunes
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Bye-bye, boys' club? Why the new IT may be a woman's world

November 22, 2013
A lot of hand-wringing over female participation in tech may be moot as the nature of tech changes
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