One of the topics that especially fascinates me is IoT — the Internet of Things. For better or worse, there has been a lot of hype around this area, especially as sensors get cheaper and wearables
A lot of people are worried about China, Greece, and the markets in general. But should that stop you from starting a company or trying your hand at a new idea?
I deliver the answer eight seconds into
Merely seeing the Disney or Apple logos will make you more creative. Why is that? What colors should you use if we want our logo to feel more exciting or rugged? Why does Amazon use orange and yellow
Twitter has had a rough few weeks, but does that mean it’s destined to spiral downward?
18% stock price drops are great for headlines, but they certainly don’t tell the story
If there’s one entrepreneurial mantra that Steve Jobs
taught us, it’s this: Simplify!
Complex products fail. The complex MySpace lost to the simple Facebook. The simplicity of Snapchat,
Can’t say I saw this one coming.
Facebook, on the heels of its $19 billion blockbuster acquisition of WhatsApp, has dropped another $2 billion (plus a potential $300 million in earn-outs)
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Microsoft + Nokia still has room to grow in the smartphone market, but perhaps the software giant should focus on the future of mobile: wearables.
Originally, I intended to write a thought piece
The Guardian and The Washington Post know how to keep a story in the news.
Instead of dumping all of their leaked documents to the public, they are slowly releasing information on
Bloomberg TV interviewed me at the Dublin Web Summit last week, asking for some of my predictions for what are going to be the future of tech. They also interviewed a few others, including the amazing