As our thirst for information continues to grow and the penetration of smartphones continues to rise, the potential for a more clickable world is near. I'm starting to see it become reality.
People are naturally prone to become emotionally attached to the technology they use. Those relationships can become complicated.
The explosion in data is creating a whole new field of expertise in infographics. What happens when infographics end up on your street? Power consumption goes down apparently.
Next at Microsoft has been up and running for 125 days now – a little more than 4 months and 100 stories posted. At launch we promised to offer a director’s cut of Microsoft so here's a few thoughts on the experience so far and offer a look ahead.
A few years back Robert Scoble announced that he cried when seeing a demo of WorldWide Telescope - today, I'm left wondering if he'll cry again when he sees it hooked up to Kinect. Click on through to read more and see the demo today from MIX11.