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Global Editor in Chief of @TechRepublic and Global Longform Editor of @ZDNet at @CBSi. Co-author of @FollowtheGeeks.

Is tech breaking the 2016 election?

techrepublic.com — When Iowa and New Hampshire citizens cast their votes over the next two weeks, they'll give us a clearer picture of who the top candidates will be for the next leader of the free world. But, don't expect consensus to form around a pair of rivals anytime soon.

Why it's time to give Twitter back to the community

zdnet.com — On This Week in Tech 544, I mentioned that the best thing that could happen to Twitter would be to become an open platform again. Since my comments generated plenty of feedback, I decided to extrapolate why an open Twitter would be an infinitely better Twitter--for the company, its users, the organizations that want to use its powerful data sets, and the developers who want to build on top of it.

Self-driving cars won the week at CES 2016, with AI and big data the unsung heroes

techrepublic.com — By far, the biggest leap forward at CES 2016 was the progress being made in autonomous vehicles. All of the top automakers were at CES presenting their fully-loaded plans for self-driving cars and they turned the Las Vegas Convention Center's North Hall-usually a hinterland of random also-rans-into the epicenter of the show.

CES 2016: IBM one-ups AI with 'cognitive' solutions, Rometty declares dawn of new era

techrepublic.com — "There's a reason IBM is 105 years old. It has a history of making big bets and being proven right," said Gary Shapiro, CEO of the Consumer Technology Association. That's how Shapiro introduced IBM CEO Ginny Rometty for her CES 2016 keynote on Wednesday at the Venetian in Las Vegas.

CES 2016: 4 business trends to rule them all

zdnet.com — As I've said before, the Consumer Electronics Show is a cross between the energy of New York City and the innovation of Silicon Valley, all in the middle of the desert in January. ZDNet and TechRepublic will have a team of journalists on the ground in Las Vegas for CES 2016 and we'll also have plenty of news hounds covering it from a distance.

Tech predictions 2016: 4 business trends to watch

zdnet.com — The relentless innovation machine never stops turning in the tech industry, but that sucker also throws out a lot of noise. A big part of our job is helping you filter out the noise. As you look into 2016 and think about your tech strategy, here are the four big themes to watch.

The 5 trends that rocked business tech in 2015

zdnet.com — Technology wove itself deeper into the DNA of every single business process in 2015. It remains the primary fuel powering virtually every business from the sole proprietorship to the gorillas of the Fortune 500. And since those are the fumes we breathe every day, our lead editors across the globe got together and broke down the five most important trends that shaped business technology in 2015.

How TV apps are about to remake the small screen and unleash a new land grab

zdnet.com — As fast as the technology industry moves, some things still take forever. Apps on TVs are the latest example. This has been an arena filled empty promises, false starts, and lame efforts.
Nov 22, 2015

How TV apps are about to remake the small screen and unleash a new land grab zd.net/1HgPMnV pic.twitter.com/ea7fB0NW0q

Just how big is iPad Pro? Photos next to 25 cool things

techrepublic.com — The iPad Pro is a bit overly enthusiastic. To understand how gargantuan it is, check out these selfies of iPad Pro next to some of our favorite geeky things, past and present.

Tech's dirtiest little secret: Sometimes we agree to go backward

zdnet.com — The technology world talks incessantly about progress, but even with some of the best products we sacrifice great features in the name of progress. Here's why, and some big examples.
Oct 26, 2015

RT @ZDNet: Tech's dirtiest little secret: Sometimes we agree to go backward zd.net/1H3tArz via @ZDNet & @jasonhiner https://t.co/V…

Oct 26, 2015

Just appeared on @TechNews2Night talking best features killed in tech products (based on: zd.net/1H3tArz). pic.twitter.com/qMeGZQ9eau

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Feb 08, 2016

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Feb 08, 2016

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Feb 07, 2016

@ginatrapani Funny story... a dentist once told me fruit snacks are an epidemic on cavities in children & said "give 'em chocolate instead!"

Feb 06, 2016

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