In the 1980s, RISC was the future. By the early 2000s, it was the past. And now it's the future again.
Cloud buzz words are everywhere. In this post, I'll pick them apart and explain what they represent.
The pandemic has taken mobile computing to a whole new level, with productivity gains that rival those introduced by the BlackBerry.
In the early days of technology, mainframe computing ruled the world. And it looks like we're returning to that computing paradigm again.
We should always be aware about our relationship to technology, and whether technology is becoming a diminished substitute for key things that comprise our humanity.
Digging up this early mobile Internet tablet and the Nokia promotional video that it shipped with uncovers how we viewed the Internet in 2008.
Every technology goes through a series of reinventions as it evolves. In this post, we'll examine where smartphones are right now and where they are going.
BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device, and is a mobile email strategy that is dominating the IT landscape today. But to fully understand what BYOD is, and why it’s important today, we first have to examine how it evolved.
I’ve done plenty of posts about BlackBerry (formerly called RIM) in the past, so in light of the recent realization that BlackBerry just ain’t cuttin’ it in the market, people have been asking me if I was planning on doing another post along the lines of “I told ya so!” since I predicted it years ago.
Let's put this whole RIM thing in perspective, shall we?