Sony has done more damage to itself than the hackers in the wake of the cyber attack over Seth Rogen’s “The Interview.”
If you’ve got little kids, they’ll probably live in a world without these indispensable items you and I grew up with.
It’s hard to say “Apple and IBM partnership” with a straight face, but tech’s odd couple did unveil some really cool enterprise mobile apps, if there is such a thing.
A billion monthly users is a lot of eyeballs ... and ad dollars. There’s money to be made by becoming a dancing bear in the YouTube circus.
From grandiose personas and self-serving narcissists to unbridled anger and hatred, the digital world hasn’t exactly brought out our best qualities.
Europe’s efforts to dictate how American companies run their business may seem over the top, but we’re definitely following in their footsteps.
There are lots of reasons why we now spend an average of 5 hours a day immersed in the virtual world, but the main reason will surprise you.
Some say Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has created a culture of bad behavior bordering on sexism and misogyny. I say it’s just bad PR.
It’s ironic that the single activity we waste the most personal time on might actually be brought into the workplace on purpose. God help us.
Contrary to popular belief, Comcast did not extort Netflix or throttle its subscribers – and their spat had nothing to do with net neutrality.