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

TechRepublic is covering the nexus of innovation at IdeaFestival 2015 this week

techrepublic.com — Every autumn, IdeaFestival brings together some of the world's most prescient thinkers, authors, academics, engineers, entrepreneurs, artists, leaders, and innovators for an event that explores the future of technology, innovation, creativity, and society. TechRepublic will be there again this year as one of the media sponsors of IdeaFestival 2015 and will be posting articles all week about the most interesting topics for technologists and business professionals.

Introducing Hope Reese, TechRepublic's newest staff writer

techrepublic.com — I'm very pleased to introduce a new member of the TechRepublic editorial team whose byline is about to start popping up on a daily basis. Hope Reese has joined the team as a Staff Writer and she will immediately add a lot to our coverage with her experience in both feature writing and interviewing some of the world's best thinkers and innovators.
Sep 29, 2015

Introducing Hope Reese, TechRepublic's newest staff writer tek.io/1VkO4Ip ...and follow her at @hope_reese! pic.twitter.com/uk3apIT4bL

The iPhone vs. Android episode: The TechRepublic Podcast, episode 12

techrepublic.com — Google is about to announce its latest Nexus devices while the Apple iPhone 6s and 6s+ are now roaming the streets. We look at what these latest devices say about the state of the smartphone market and the current wisdom of the iPhone vs. Android debate.

Video: Intel's IoT chief explains how cloud compute will enable next-gen IoT

zdnet.com — At the Intel Developer Forum, ZDNet caught up with Intel's Jonathan Ballon, GM and VP of the Internet of Things division, about Intel's vision of how the cloud is powering the next generation of IoT.

The death of this revolution has been greatly exaggerated

zdnet.com — The only thing tech writers love more than naming a new product the killer of another product is actually declaring the death of something. One of the latest targets has been mobile innovation itself. The pace of progress in smartphones and tablets has been decried as slow, boring, and full of copycats.

Measuring the Pro in iPad Pro: The TechRepublic Podcast, episode 11

techrepublic.com — Apple held its annual fall product event on September 9 and there were a number of interesting threads from a business perspective, led by the announcement of the iPad Pro.
Sep 15, 2015

@Lessien I'd humbly say to give our podcast a try. Latest episode is mostly about the Sep 9 Apple event: techrepublic.com/article/measur…

The venn diagram of iPad redundancy: The TechRepublic Podcast, episode 10

techrepublic.com — We're doing something new with The TechRepublic Podcast. First, we're joined by the newest member of the TechRepublic staff, Dan Patterson. Dan is a podcasting trailblazer and he's going to be a regular member of the show. He's also going to help us improve the format and better engage our community of listeners.

TechRepublic welcomes Dan Patterson, Senior Writer

techrepublic.com — One of the best parts of any job is the opportunity to work with great people. Specifically, one of my favorite parts of my job is hiring awesome people and then setting them up to do what they do best. In our case, that means telling stories about technology.

Intel dances the robot: The TechRepublic Podcast, episode 9

techrepublic.com — In episode nine of The TechRepublic Podcast, Bill Detwiler and I talk about the two big trends coming out of last week's Intel Developer Forum 2015 in San Francisco. We also look at the second wave of Android Wear devices that are coming at the IFA 2015 trade show in Berlin.

Intel's next frontier: Powering robots

zdnet.com — When I was in San Francisco for the Intel Developer Forum a few years ago, I was chatting with a fellow tech journalist who told me that he never goes to IDF. "I'm not much of a chip nerd," he said.
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Oct 08, 2015

"Eliminating friction is the single most important thing you can do to improve conversion [in e-commerce]." —@RogerDooley #LDAsummit2015

Oct 08, 2015

RT @TeamBlackstone: "Books are not conversations and that's a missed opportunity." - @jasonhiner, co-author of @followthegeeks. #LDAsummit2015

Oct 08, 2015

RT @ldignan: From robotics to analytics, why NASA is offering startups over 1,000 patents for 'free' zd.net/1FUsV0I via @ZDNet & @L…

Oct 08, 2015

"The value of trained journalists is going to go up as more information gets out there." - @DanPfeiffer #LDAsummit2015

Oct 07, 2015

RT @jayrosen_nyu: A superb analysis. @jbenton of Nieman Lab on rhe risks for publishers in adopting Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages. niemanlab.org/2015/10/get-am…

Oct 07, 2015

Microsoft may have finally nailed the phone-as-PC. Is there enough there to breathe life into @Windows Phone? twitter.com/NickJHeath/sta…

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