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Global Editor in Chief of @TechRepublic and Global Longform Editor of @ZDNet at @CBSi. Co-author of @FollowtheGeeks. Vegan. Health nut. Walks a lot.

The next decade in tech: Three defining forces to watch

techrepublic.com — Something is going to happen in the tech industry in next several years that will surprise us. It will shock us. And the whole industry will make a left turn. It may be a product. It may be a technology. It may be a new company.

The top tech priority of 2015: Two X chromosomes

techrepublic.com — I work at the intersection of two industries -- technology and media -- that have some of the lowest representations of women. And, full disclosure, I'm a forty year old white dude. That means I'm not very qualified to speak about gender bias, or the challenges of women in the workplace, or the benefits of social justice in society and business.

Wishlist for 2015: The solutions we need in business tech

zdnet.com — Summary:In the midst of the frenetic innovation in the tech industry, there are big challenges worth focusing on in 2015. Here are the four that could make the most impact in business tech. On the heels of the technology deluge at CES and tech companies gearing up to launch new products in 2015, it's easy to overlook the practical stuff that still need to be solved.

CES 2015: MakerBot CEO Jenny Lawton talked about the state of 3D printing with TechRepublic

techrepublic.com — On the CNET Stage at CES 2015, Makerbot CEO Jenny Lawton talked with TechRepublic about the state of 3D printing, the emerging ecosystem, and the road ahead. CES 2015 was Jenny Lawton's first CES as the CEO of MakerBot.

Best trend of CES 2015: Products tackling real world problems

zdnet.com — Summary:The Consumer Electronics Show has made its name on flashy demos and gadget lust, but at CES 2015 there's something even better on display: a lot of useful tech solving real world problems. The Consumer Electronics Show is the shiniest, gaudiest, most over-the-top show in technology.

CES 2015: The 4 trends to watch for business professionals

zdnet.com — Summary:In the tech industry, every new year starts with a bang at CES as vendors peddle new products, new visions, and new strategies. For CES 2015, here's what professionals need to watch. The Consumer Electronics Show isn't just about consumers. In fact, it's always been about the tech industry itself.

ZDNet's top 7 business tech trends of 2014

zdnet.com — Summary:The 2014 innovation march in business tech included 3D printing advances, Apple mojo, big changes at Microsoft, and the wearables explosion. ZDNet's top editors break it down. In 2014, smartphones and tablets became a little more boring but a lot more widespread. Wearable computing got a lot more real.

Apple pioneer Bill Fernandez on Google Glass, Oculus Rift and the look of the future

cnet.com — In his time at Apple, Bill Fernandez helped develop technologies that have shaped modern computing. He also has a keen perspective on what's next. At Apple, Bill Fernandez rode shotgun on the creation of the personal computer industry. He was on the original Mac team that made decisions that defined the modern user experience.

The UI of the future: Three takeaways from Apple pioneer Bill Fernandez

zdnet.com — Summary:From flat design to Minority Report-style touchscreens to Google Glass, there are a lot of conflicting ideas about the user interface of the future. Bill Fernandez has some perspective. When it comes user interface design, Bill Fernandez is one of the world's top brains.

Apple's first employee: The remarkable odyssey of Bill Fernandez

thetechblock.com — Perhaps best known as the guy who introduced Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Bill Fernandez speaks out on Apple's founding magic, how love built the first Mac, and the interface of the future. The Apple II got there first. It was the Wright Flyer I of personal computers.
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Feb 27, 2015

"Choose to be optimistic, it feels better." Dalai Lama

Feb 26, 2015

RT @lturrentine: There pretty much has to be an Apple Watch at the March 9 event. But what else? Our best guess: cnet.com/news/what-to-e…

Feb 26, 2015

RT @34thStNYC: Isn't Greeley photogenic? ;) MT @jasonhiner: #NYC One of the world's only cities that builds monuments to journalists ow.ly/JGk9s

Feb 26, 2015

RT @EjmAlrai: Isis burns thousands of rare books & manuscripts from Mosul's libraries @EjmAlrai independent.co.uk/news/world/mid… … by @rose_catb & @h…

Feb 26, 2015

RT @EjmAlrai: This is one of what #IS has destroyed today including the Gate of Nergal in Nineveh #Iraq. pic.twitter.com/5s6rO9RT2s

Feb 26, 2015

RT @followthegeeks: "It started out like 10 people, and then it was 100, and then it was thousands." Read @MostlyLisa's story: bit.ly/1D9dQAx

Feb 26, 2015

Only 40 percent of the global population has ever connected to the internet, says internet.org zd.net/1ALqHKT via @ZDNet

Feb 26, 2015

"Don't gain the world and lose your soul. Wisdom is better than silver or gold." —Bob Marley

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