Yahoo! Shakeup Drops Mayer, Changes Name

By: Steve Anderson    1/11/2017

Ahead of a sale to Verizon, Yahoo Inc. is poised to change its name, drop Marissa Mayer, and never be the same again.

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How Amazon Reversed Microsoft's Strategy to Help Lenovo Create a Better Home AI

By: Rob Enderle    1/11/2017

At CES this past week, Lenovo made an interesting move by licensing the Alexa platform and building its own version of Amazon Echo called the "Smart A…

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Will Space Exploration Soon Benefit from IoT Tech?

By: Kayla Matthews    1/11/2017

Apollo 11, the first spacecraft to successfully take human beings to the moon, had less computing power than the mobile phone you have in your pocket …

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How Technology Will Change Businesses in 2017

By: Special Guest    1/10/2017

With the world of advanced technology continuing to evolve, there is no doubt that the business world will continue to change over the course of 2017.

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Smart Home Tech Expectations at an All-Time High in 2017

By: Anna Johansson    1/10/2017

The smart home industry has undergone steady growth over the past five years, but we still aren't anywhere near maximum market adoption. There's ample…

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CES 2017: Product Evolution and Robotics Underline the Show

By: Doug Mohney    1/9/2017

A lot of this year's show is category and company evolution rather than revolution - with an exception of personal robotics shaping up to be a breakou…

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Five Ways Automation is Improving our Lives

By: Abinash Tripathy    1/9/2017

History has shown us, since at least the 16th century, that automation ultimately creates more jobs than it kills.

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Privacy and Security: Who's Ultimately Responsible?

By: Daan Pepijn    1/9/2017

Sites like Facebook and Foursquare, connected devices like smartphones, and the Internet of Things heralded by smart refrigerators, cars and FitBits -…

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Symantec Creates Vaccine for the Digital Zombie Apocalypse

By: Rob Enderle    1/3/2017

A few weeks ago we had one of the most major successful attacks on the U.S. digital infrastructure ever successfully attempted. It was the use of our …

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Waiting for Alexa 2.0 (and Other Voice AI Assistant Improvements)

By: Doug Mohney    1/3/2017

There's nothing like a new holiday gift to start the "What if" train, and the arrival of an Amazon Alexa Echo on December 25 was clearly an eye-opener…

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Interesting Tech that is Elevating Education to New Heights

By: Special Guest    1/3/2017

We've seen technology changing different parts of our lives over the years. Technology is evolving so rapidly these days, which is why it is not surpr…

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The Myths and Legends of Artificial Intelligence

By: Special Guest    12/27/2016

Artificial intelligence, or AI, is the hot and trending topic everyone's been talking about these days. Industries like healthcare, manufacturing, tra…

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Autonomous Vehicles Gain Powerful Ally: The US Government

By: Lindsey Patterson    12/27/2016

Safety and lack of federal regulations seem to have a monopoly on the hampering growth of self-driving cars. The safety of self-driving vehicles has r…

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The Massive Changes of 2016

By: Rob Enderle    12/26/2016

Granted, it is hard to top the result of the U.S. Presidential Election where we ended up with the first true political outsider as a President in my …

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Online Games Shifting From Your Desktop to Your Pocket

By: Special Guest    12/21/2016

Pokemon Go, and its incredible popularity, touched on something that may be the future of mobile gaming, and entertainment in general, namely interact…

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Satellite-filled Sky for New Apps & Broadband in 2017 and Beyond

By: Doug Mohney    12/21/2016

Once an exotic tool for governments and the Fortune 500, satellites are now beaming back increasing amounts of information for the Internet of Things …

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Russian Cyberattacks Usher in New Age of Tech Espionage

By: Laura Stotler    12/21/2016

The alleged Russian election hacks signal a new age of technological espionage on a global scale.

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BlackBerry Becomes Software Services Company, Targets Secure Autonomous Cars

By: Rob Enderle    12/20/2016

2016 will be a year BlackBerry will be glad to look back on. It will likely do so with some pride because this was the year that BlackBerry completed …

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2017: Out with Maturing Technologies and In with New Cloud-Based Solutions

By: Donna Wenk    12/20/2016

As the year begins to wind down, it is time to examine where opportunity lies for the telecom channel in the upcoming year. The 2017 Spiceworks State …

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Tech Sector Changing the Face of Entrepreneurship

By: Stefania Viscusi    12/16/2016

Technology is leading the world right now and entrepreneurs, not just millennials, but every one who starts a business, is jumping into technology in …

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FCC Chairman Leaves as Trump Enters

By: Paula Bernier    12/15/2016

Tom Wheeler has announced that he plans to vacate his post as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission on Jan. 20, the same day Donald Trump …

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Will AI Revolutionize the Job Search in 2017?

By: Alicia Young    12/15/2016

TMC recently caught up with Ed Donner, Cofounder and CEO of untapt, to discuss his thoughts on the future of AI and his predictions for 2017.

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The Internet of Things: Four Predictions for 2017

By: Special Guest    12/14/2016

This year has seen the Internet of Things (IoT) grow immensely, but what can we expect from the IoT in 2017? Here are four industry predictions.

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Virtual Reality, AI Top Predictions for 2017

By: Alicia Young    12/14/2016

CEO of Appetizer Mobile Jordan Edelson reflects on 2016 and talks with TMC about his predictions for tech in 2017.

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How Self-Driving Cars Will Kill Car Companies

By: Rob Enderle    12/12/2016

Nvidia just started testing its market leading self-driving car technology in California on real roads. I'm a fan of self-driving cars largely because…

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Is The Lenovo Yoga Book The Most Innovative Windows LapLet

By: Rob Enderle    12/9/2016

Sometimes you run into a product that redefines a segment. In cars it was things like the 240Z and Miata, in Smartphones the BlackBerry and then the i…

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From Forecast to Fact: The Top Security Threats and Targets of 2016

By: Special Guest    12/9/2016

In early 2016, we shared our predictions of key security threats likely to hit us this year. As predicted, cyber espionage, ransomware, insider threat…

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Pebble Drops Race, Moves to Fitbit

By: Steve Anderson    12/8/2016

Pebble offers confirmation that it's pulling up stakes in the wearable tech race, and moving lock, devs and software to Fitbit.

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SoftBank CEO Cozies Up to Trump

By: Paula Bernier    12/7/2016

SoftBank Group founder and CEO Masayoshi Son, who is also Sprint's chairman, told President-elect Donald Trump he wants to create 50,000 new U.S. jobs…

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Predicting the FCC's Path Forward Under President-Elect Donald Trump

By: Special Guest    12/6/2016

President-elect Donald J. Trump will become the 45th President of the United States of America on January 20, 2017. Many in the tech, media and teleco…

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From Social Media to Sour Media in 2016

By: Doug Mohney    12/5/2016

Lost all patience with re-written news with misleading headlines? How many people have you un-friended over the last twelve months on Facebook? Been a…

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The Five Core Components of Proactive Cybersecurity

By: Special Guest    12/5/2016

As technically astute and often well-funded hackers continue to deploy new, constantly evolving techniques, organizations are too often focusing their…

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How Real Time Visibility and Data Analysis are Driving Innovation

By: Special Guest    12/5/2016

The IoT has enabled everything from improved efficiency for global shipping networks to devices that receive environmental feedback from home applianc…

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Top 5 Most In-Demand, Highest-Paying Tech Jobs in 2017

By: Special Guest    11/30/2016

So while tech may be automating a whole lot of traditionally analog jobs, the tech sector is also responsible for a good deal of the job creation in t…

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Look for PC Price Wars in 2017

By: Doug Mohney    11/29/2016

A steady movement of everything to the cloud and brutal competition to hold onto existing market share is likely to drive mainline manufacturers such …

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Will Self-Driving Cars Ruin New York?

By: Lindsey Patterson    11/28/2016

Self-driving cars have the potential to completely reshape our transportation system, but the big question for New Yorkers is how they will affect the…

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Microsoft Surface Phone= HP Elite X3 + Blackberry DTEK 60 + Panasonic FZ-X1?

By: Rob Enderle    11/28/2016

Next year Microsoft is rumored to release the Surface Phone which, ideally, should learn from all of the current Blackberry, Panasonic and HP business…

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Making Sense of SpaceX, Boeing and Other Mega Satellite Broadband Projects

By: Doug Mohney    11/22/2016

SpaceX's plan to put a whopping 4,425 satellites into low earth orbit (LEO) is the boldest plan for adding global non-terrestrial broadband capacity, …

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The Abysmal Pace of New PC Tech

By: Doug Mohney    11/22/2016

While storylines of the death of the PC have been running since the release of the iPad and the wave of tablets, it is clear that style has overtaken …

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Five Ways Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Customer Experience

By: Special Guest    11/22/2016

AI is transforming the way companies interact with customers. That's good news since the ability to consistently deliver an excellent customer experie…

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How AI Could Make You a Much Smarter Looking Person

By: Rob Enderle    11/21/2016

While some people fear artificial intelligence (AI), companies like Intel are embracing it to help people look smarter and make better decisions.

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Symantec Locks in LifeLock in Nine-Figure Deal

By: Steve Anderson    11/21/2016

Symantec purchases LifeLock in $2.3 billion deal, adds new cybersecurity options to its operations.

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How Secure is the Internet of Things?

By: Lindsey Patterson    11/21/2016

People are already concerned about network security when it comes to devices such as their computers and smartphones, so the IoT understandably has so…

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Virtual vs. Real: Both Count When Selling

By: Doug Mohney    11/16/2016

People have been predicting the end of "real" interaction to buy things for decades. Virtual trade shows were supposed to kill real ones, e-commerce s…

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The Amazing Jaguar I-Pace: Using VR to Sell a 2018 Electric Wonder

By: Rob Enderle    11/15/2016

The world of 2020 will look massively different on the road and in the dealership than it does today thanks to virtual reality (VR).

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The Bio-T: The Biometric Internet of Things

By: Special Guest    11/11/2016

Expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) is surging. A recent Gartner report predicts IoT spending to increase to $2.5 million a minute, with 1 milli…

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Post-Mirai: Managing the Attack Surface of a Smart City

By: Special Guest    11/11/2016

Smart cities offer several benefits, including real time traffic information and coordinated energy control. However, the technology is still in the e…

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Trump Elected and Tim Cook Assures Apple Employees

By: Maurice Nagle    11/10/2016

The nation can move forward together or continue on its torrid path of division. Don't be fooled, I'm not pro-Trump, I'm pro-America. And, lest we for…

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The Blackberry DTEK60: Almost Perfect Secure Phone

By: Rob Enderle    11/10/2016

The Blackberry DTEK60 is one of two phones I'm testing using the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset and matching radio. The common core features are …

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PC Back from the Dead: Jeff Clarke, Dell Technologies & the Zombie PC Apocalypse

By: Rob Enderle    11/9/2016

I'm at DellEMC World this week in Austin and there have been a number of executives speaking to us to start off the event. Jeff Clarke is the Vice Cha…

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