Online Journaling Apps: Diaro and Day One

I have taken to journaling lately and I have found it a great way to work out thoughts and ideas in private. You can say many things to yourself in your own head, but something more magical happens … [Read more...]

Don’t Get Too Excited About Drone Delivery

Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon.com made a big splash last week when he talked about the possibility of arial drones delivering packages from Amazon.com. Apparently, Amazon does have some prototypes they … [Read more...]

Samsung Chromebook First Impressions

For my birthday I treated myself to a Samsung Chromebook computer. I'm a geek, so I love new toys and I am fascinated by the whole Chrome OS venture anyway. More importantly, I got the Chromebook as a … [Read more...]

Kid Mode on the HTC One Phone

The HTC One Android phone is one of the best new phones on the market. It's fast and has a beautiful design but when I played with one in a store recently what caught my eye was an app that comes with … [Read more...]

At WWDC Apple Continues Desktop Dominance While Playing Catchup on Mobile

At its World Wide Developers Conference yesterday, Apple showed off it's newest operating systems for the desktop and mobile. I'm not going to go into the details of features or benefits of anything … [Read more...]

Google Skeeball Demonstrates the Power of Chrome

Google often ties to show how powerful it's browser Chrome is and last week was no exception.  Google released a game based on that old classic skeeball game we all love so much. In this version, … [Read more...]

At Sears, New Tech Does Not Equal Improved Customer Experience

I buy many of my products at Sears, especially in the home improvement category. They have a good selection, prices and an easy no hassle return policy. Recently, however, Sears has instituted a … [Read more...]

Google is the Most Exciting Company in the World

I read a great article breaking down the recent Google I/O developers conference and what it means to the larger computing world and to Google itself. The article contends, and I agree, that Google … [Read more...]

Amazon and the Decline of the E-Reader

It's no surprise traditional black and white eReaders like the Amazon Kindle are starting to take a serious hit as the popularity of full function tablets rise. Amazon's Kindle application runs on all … [Read more...]

Managing Expectations for Google Glass

Google Glass, Google's grand experiment in wearable computing is starting to hit developers and early adopters. Reactions will be coming in the next few weeks, but I listened with interest to Robert … [Read more...]