Blog Archives

Newsroom: Apple and Russian Hacking

As usual, the Apple Keynote, which introduced updates to watchOS, macOS, iOS, and tvOS was done with great marketing aplomb. Apple executives acted like a great team and executed their usual: Tell them what you are going to tell them, tell

Posted in Apple Watch, Gadgets, iPad, iPhone, Mobile Tagged with: , , , , , , , , ,

Artificial Intelligence Will Change Everything

I have been writing about technology for more than 20 years. I never considered myself a futurist, but I have generally been accurate in predicting what is just over the hill, around the curve. Usually, my predictions have been about

Posted in Artificial Intelligence, Blogging, Internet Technology, Personal Computing, Technology, WiFi Tagged with: , , , ,

Telehealth and mHealth Fuel Growth

There are many skeptics about telehealth, but the evidence is mounting that it works well for patients and providers. Teladoc, which claims to be the leader in telehealth, is providing telehealth access to millions. This week, the company announced a record

Posted in Health Attitude, Healthcare, Healthcare Devices, iPad, iPhone, Telehealth Tagged with: , , ,

Where Were You When…?

Most of us remember vividly where we were on September 11, 2001. In my case, I was in Danbury, Connecticut in the board room at Bristol Technology meeting with their CEO, Keith Blackwell. Remember where you were when you first

Posted in Gadgets, Internet Technology, iPhone Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Apple Takes 104% of the Profit

Analysts expressed concern Apple had lost some market share in global smartphone sales based on Q3 figures. It is easy to overlook an equally important metric, profit. For the quarter, the iPhone maker took 104% of the profit. How can that

Posted in Apple, iPhone Tagged with: , , ,
Page 1 of 26
1 2 3 26

Categories

Archives