by Jules Wang | October 9, 2015 9:22 PM
Google is web search around here. Below all the smartphones and IoT devices and Fiber and that kind of goodness, Alphabet makes money having Google put up advertisements to those who look for things on this here internet. But where that traffic comes from matters and with the introduction of full-scale ad-blocking on iOS 9 (which Google Play has previously shunned), we have some issues to chew over. The big news comes from Amit Singhal, Google SVP of search, at re/code's Code/Mobile conference: // This summer for the first time we are getting more searches on mobile devices than desktop, ...
by Jules Wang | July 17, 2015 9:35 AM
I don't know what you do for a living and I don't know where you do it. But while you might be using your phones and tablets to help you do a part of your work, you likely still have something to do with a computer. A box with a screen attached to it, plus a keyboard and mouse. You know, one of those things. Indeed, white collar work has and will increasingly rely on people not in an office. Okay, sure, that's high-minded and all that, but what I really want to know is whether or not you're going to use your phone for every single thing in your damn life. Is it possible? At some point, ...
by Joe Levi | April 26, 2013 7:27 AM
I've been using Windows since the 3.1 days. Back then my desktop computer cost thousands of dollars. To convince my dad to make the purchase I had to promise that I'd somehow make it last through college -- I wasn't even out of Junior High School at the time. Before you laugh, that was back in the day when such a claim could actually be pulled off. Home computers were generally of the "desktop" variety back then -- they sat on your desk and your huge CRT monitor sat on top of them. A few years later my friend's dad showed me a "luggable" computer. It was essentially a desktop computer with ...
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