Smartphones are over; mobile is just beginning. Apple will announce a new iPhone on September 9th, but it will it be a phone you need to break your existing contract for? Shelly Palmer discusses your options with Ben Simmoneau and Juliet Huddy on Fox 5. Airdate: September 1, 2015
The smartphone industry (Apple included) is suffering from innovation fatigue and the law of diminishing returns is fully on display. In practice, Smartphones are over. The marginal increases in capabilities and features offer only marginal increases in productivity. This trend is likely to continue until the industry reinvents how we connect to our devices, and how the devices connect to each other.
Shelly Palmer talks about what you should do after you're hacked -- everyone will be at some point. And, how to really protect your privacy when you need to with Ben Simmoneau and Juliet Huddy on Fox 5. Airdate: August 25, 2015
Fake women, fake privacy, real hack – that's the way my eulogy for Ashley Madison's IPO would start. Fake women, because the ratio of female names to male names in the hacked database dump is skewed extremely male. Fake privacy, because everyone now has access to Ashley Madison's private database. Real hack, because the hackers have actually ruined people's lives.
Is your info exposed? Shelly Palmer talks about Google's new router, the 11th anniversary of its IPO and what to do about the Ashley Madison hack with Carl Quintanilla, Jon fortt and Kayla Tausche on CNBC's Squawk Alley. Airdate: August 19, 2015