Let’s face it, technology and design haven’t always mixed well.
I remember the feeling of disgust my best friend in high school had when it came to digital cameras.
Technology is everywhere these days.
The cloud (a mystical name for storage out there somewhere on the Internet) has become the place for storing all kinds of things, including photos, videos and other personal files. With services, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft’s OneDrive and a stack full of others, it would seem like the toughest thing you have to do in this space is simp
We’ve all done it. Lost our keys, our phone, even our dog. Some of us are a lot better at it than others.
The promise of virtual reality has been enormous, and for the most part a disappointment.
When I first started using computers, I was amazed at how versatile they were.
In 1982, Canada’s first commercial video game was developed by two high school students.
The Internet is constantly changing the rules when it comes to advertising and promoting products.
Lately, my Facebook feed has been flooded with giveaway contests and new ways of selling things.
The “saddest” day of the year has supposedly passed us by.
There has been a lot of talk recently about Netflix cracking down on so-called location blockers, meaning users who access the library of films and TV shows from countries other than their own could face difficulty getting at that content in the future.
Ever since the dawn of printing at home, consumers have been fighting a battle between themselves and printer manufacturers.
It’s hard to believe that the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held annually in Las Vegas is nearly 50 years old.
We’ve rung in the new year, and you may have picked up some new gadgets along the way.
It seems like every single day there is something big going on in the tech world.
I’m a huge Star Wars fan.
I spent 13 years working for a point-of-sale company called Datasym and during that time I learned a lot about retailers, restaurants, public parks and big close-out companies.
The light bulb. Such a common piece of technology that we almost take them for granted.
One of the first personal computers ever sold was something called the IMSAI 8080 and it was sold in two ways