Category Archives: Opinion

Google Hopes Android Wear is Spot On

Google has announced Android Wear, which according to them is “a project that extends Android to wearables.” Up until this announcement Google Glass has been the company’s wearable computing focus, but Android Wear appears to be focused on smart watches. … Continue reading

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What Do Chromebooks Mean To Personal Computing?

In a Computerworld article that I came across via Scripting News, I see that the number of Chromebooks sold in 2013 has increased significantly. Through November, Chromebooks account for 21% of all notebook computer sales, 10% of all computer and … Continue reading

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Moore’s Law vs. Good Enough

A transition is taking place in the computer industry. Most often this transition is described as Post-PC, but another way, maybe a more accurate way, to describe the transition is from Moore’s Law to Good Enough. Post-PC most commonly means … Continue reading

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Where The Past And Future Intersect

One thing I really like about social networks is how they allow me to follow the pioneers of the computer industry. I think we have an under appreciation for those who came before, who created and built the hardware and … Continue reading

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KitKat Does Take On Android Fragmentation

In a piece yesterday CNet reported that Android 4.4 (KitKat) is addressing Android fragmentation by decreasing the memory requirements of Android. Lowering the memory requirements allows for the possibility of installing Android 4.4 on older hardware. I am skeptical that … Continue reading

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