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

When robots eliminate jobs, humans will find better things to do

zdnet.com — The specter of robots taking over many of the world's jobs -- from retail to manufacturing to janitorial work to the military -- has been hanging over humanity for decades.

The invisible car doesn't need windows: TechRepublic Podcast, episode 6

techrepublic.com — Episode six of The TechRepublic Podcast, Bill Detwiler and I do a deep dive on the integration of technology in automobiles, including "invisible" cars, driverless cars, and windowless cars. We also talk about the new call to ban offensive weapons powered by artificial intelligence. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
Jul 29, 2015

RT @TechRepublic: The invisible car doesn't need windows: TechRepublic Podcast, episode 6 tek.io/1SN38YL by @jasonhiner

The racoons don't sue: The TechRepublic Podcast, episode 6

techrepublic.com — Episode six of The TechRepublic Podcast delves into NestCam, the state of WiFi security cameras, and Google's evolving plan for the Internet of Things, including the new Eddystone beacon technology. We also cover the New Horizons mission to Pluto and how the tech industry could draw inspiration from it.

Leapfrogging Moore's Law: The TechRepublic Podcast, episode 5

techrepublic.com — On the fifth episode of The TechRepublic Podcast, we covered a lot of topics, from Microsoft layoffs to Steve Wozniak's take on AI and the Internet of Things to IBM's 7nm breakthrough to some hands-on impressions of the Amazon Echo. Bill Detwiler and I were joined by Teena Hammond and Conner Forrest.
Jul 15, 2015

RT @TechRepublic: Leapfrogging Moore's Law: The TechRepublic Podcast, episode 5 tek.io/1Sm6666 by @jasonhiner

Design guru restyles Apple Watch with aerospace aluminum case

technewsi.altervista.org — Some have complained about the design of the Apple Watch. Others have worried about its durability. A new case called the Banded Classic tries to fix both issues.

Design guru restyles Apple Watch with aerospace aluminum case

cnet.com — From the moment in September 2014 when Apple first showed off its timepiece-turned-wrist-computer, the debate has raged over the fashionability of the device. Some see it as a fresh new take on the watch for the Internet age. Others think it looks like a small version of the original iPhone strapped to a wrist.

Who will have the courage to build the future again?

zdnet.com — Changing the world comes cheap these days -- or, at least, our perception of what changes the world for the better does. In tech, it's become such a cliché to talk about changing the world that it's virtually synonymous with launching a product. That obscures something important. And we need to change it.
Jul 06, 2015

Dear entrepreneurs and VCs: Who will have the courage to build the future again? zdnet.com/article/who-wi… tip @techmeme pic.twitter.com/rmp61YyquL

Jul 06, 2015

How could tech entrepreneurs and investors truly change the world? I tackle that in my latest @ZDNet editorial: zdnet.com/article/who-wi…

Jul 06, 2015

RT @infobldrs: Society’s biggest problems can be solved with #technology! @ZDNet’s @jasonhiner challenges us to think big: ow.ly/PedFh

A softie of a mission statement: The TechRepublic Podcast, episode 4

techrepublic.com — On the fourth episode of The TechRepublic Podcast, Bill Detwiler and I do a deep dive on the state of Microsoft based on Satya Nadella's latest missive to the troops as well as the Amazon Echo and what it means for voice recognition, the internet of things, and the surveillance state.
Jun 30, 2015

RT @TechRepublic: "A softie of a mission statement" ... don't miss episode 4 of The TechRepublic Podcast techrepublic.com/article/a-soft… pic.twitter.com/cHuaeAKXD4

The only two reasons to buy an Apple Watch, for now

techrepublic.com — In its first month, the Apple Watch quickly became the best-selling smartwatch on the planet - even if that's not saying much yet. But, there are still plenty of people trying to decide whether it's worth getting one. There are only two reasons to buy an Apple Watch at this point.

When the hype outruns the features: The TechRepublic Podcast, episode 3

techrepublic.com — On episode three of The TechRepublic Podcast, we talk about why 3D printing still sucks, the coming of the iPad Pro, and what the newly-unveiled Oculus Rift could mean for businesses.
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Aug 02, 2015

@TrickTheLight @chasejarvis More people acting more like entrepreneurs, following their passions, and being more creative...

Aug 02, 2015

@ggheorghiu @ldignan Did I mention the future is also a lot more entrepreneurial?

Aug 02, 2015

. @johnallsopp @TechRepublic Indeed. It's never a very pretty process. Creativity and creation are almost always messy and painful.

Aug 02, 2015

"Our parents had one job, we will have 5, and our kids will have 5 at a time" —@ChaseJarvis followthegeeksbook.com/chapter-seven pic.twitter.com/R4oqrosqWO

Aug 01, 2015

@ShawnLivingLife Hey, it's on the east end of town, tucked away pretty well. It's right near my office and I didn't know about for years.

Aug 01, 2015

One of my favorite spots in Louisville, flooding in the morning light ... @ Anchorage Cafe instagram.com/p/52ExgFDF5d/

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