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Global Editor in Chief of @TechRepublic and Global Longform Editor of @ZDNet at @CBSi. Co-author of @FollowtheGeeks. I write. I walk. I eat plants.

Pro review: Apple's new 12-inch MacBook shines for business travelers and web workers

techrepublic.com — Apple's unibody MacBooks have enjoyed a multi-year run as the world's top-selling line of premium laptops. But in 2015, Apple disrupted itself with a major design change aimed at pushing laptops into the future. In much the same way it did with the launch of the original MacBook Air in 2008, Apple has taken some risks and some leaps with the new 12-inch MacBook for 2015.

Raise your tech IQ: Listen to these five podcasts

techrepublic.com — Podcasts are enjoying a resurgence in the wake of the Serial phenomenon, but the tech world has been at the forefront of podcasting long before it went mainstream. If you work in tech, you have plenty of great content to choose from.

Everyday injustices for working women: The slights add up

cnet.com — This story is part of Solving for XX, a CNET special report exploring what people and companies are doing to make the tech industry more diverse, more equitable and more welcoming to women. As an editor, writer and, above all, a human being, I've taken a keen interest in the issue of women in tech.

Three big questions the new Microsoft needs to answer

zdnet.com — Summary:Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is talking a big game and working hard to change Microsoft's image. Here are the three big question marks hanging over the company's current comeback. Riding the momentum of its Build 2015 developer conference in San Francisco last week and heading into its Ignite event for tech leaders in Chicago this week, Microsoft has seized the opportunity to cast itself in a different light.

A Hyperloop alternative: Honda proposes grid of accident-resistant, clean energy cars that go 180 mph

zdnet.com — Summary:Elon Musk's proposed Hyperloop high speed train has drawn applause and interest. But, Honda says there's a much more practical and universal way to achieve similar results.

Honda ASIMO in photos: The pioneering humanoid robot makes more progress

zdnet.com — Summary: For people who are into robots, Honda's ASIMO is a rockstar. ZDNet recently got a look at ASIMO's latest capabilities and pulled together photos of ASIMO's larger journey. Image 1 of 39 Honda ASIMO is one of the most world's most advanced experiments in humanoid robots.

The New Screen Savers: TWiT resurrects the show that launched tech video into the stratosphere

zdnet.com — Summary:At the 10-year anniversary event of This Week in Tech, Leo Laporte and the TWiT team announced that on May 2 they are bringing back the variety show that made tech shows a thing. Leo Laporte unexpectedly turned the TWiT retrospective into a launch party on Sunday.

Two types of fear, or how to win in the next stage of the cloud

zdnet.com — Summary:As companies look to move their core business applications to the cloud, smaller, more specialized industry cloud providers have a chance to be the new heroes of business tech. "The real opportunity is moving mission critical systems in the cloud. [Industries] are the biggest hold out. We see that as the biggest opportunity."

The poster child for the power of internet community: Buzz Out Loud celebrates 10 years

techrepublic.com — It was a long way from the 6th floor studio at the top of CNET's headquarters on Second Street in downtown San Francisco. That's where the Buzz Out Loud podcast was born in 2005 and it where reigned for seven years as one of the most popular shows on the internet.

Video: CXOs sound off on the critical challenges facing IoT, big data, and the cloud

zdnet.com — Summary:ZDNet's Jason Hiner interviewed CXOs at a San Francisco roundtable on IoT, big data, and the cloud. Here are the biggest challenges they anticipate in the coming years. ZDNet hosted a lively roundtable discussion with CXOs in San Francisco in February. The topic was the intersection of the Internet of Things, big data, and the cloud.
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May 24, 2015

@Ohdoctah Great to you meet you, my friend. Hope there was still lots of party when you got back to the pool tonight!

May 24, 2015

@Ohdoctah Lunch money incoming -- or at least a shout out in my review

May 24, 2015

How accurate is the Apple Watch's step counter and distance tracking? cnet.co/1FmziGh via @CNET pic.twitter.com/3Z2SuFAExv

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