New Dell Tablet

May 26, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Dell Streak Tablet Unveiled: Dell has unveiled its new Streak tablet. The device features a 5-inch screen and will be powered by Google’s Android operating system. While Dell hopes its mini-tablet will give the iPad a run for its money, its size, Continue Reading →
SD Card
Imagine buying a new SD card for your digital camera. You go into the store, find a nice 32GB Class 6 SD card at the right price and take it home. It’s sealed in one of those plastic display cards that takes remarkably sharp objects to open them. It’s new, and perfect. You are very Continue Reading →
ethernet switch
In my last article, entitled: “Cyber-Terrorism vs. Cyber-Warfare: Defending The United Networks of America,” my goal was to set the stage for a way to think about America’s place in the Information Age. Will we be a super-power, Cold-warriors, a sovereign nation, a first-world or a third world entity in the 21st century? Before we Continue Reading →
Google Music
I have a rule about business meetings. When someone’s elevator pitch includes the explanatory phrase, “We’re going to be Google for __________.” I always respond by asking, “What are you going to do when Google decides to become Google for ___________?” Invariably the pitch-person quickly answers, “Google’s not going into this, it’s not their business Continue Reading →