When Netflix announced recently that the company would be cracking down on users who employ privacy tools while using the service, you could practically hear the groans reverberate across the globe.
A lot of thinking about disruption in general, and the disruption of the newsroom in particular, is facile and just plain wrongheaded.
One of the great mistakes of using a smartphone for video or stills is to treat it like a point-and-shoot camera. Wayne MacPhail is here with a few tips to get your results to shine.
The truth is a lot of what gets launched at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Virtual reality is everywhere this year, but will it make it out of Vegas?
The untimely transformation of Wayne MacPhail's MacBook Pro into a brain-addled MacBook Pro pushed to the fore a decision he had been toying with for some time: getting rid of his laptop altogether.
Lately it seems like each year in technology offers more promise than delivery. But, this year we did get progress in some areas -- remarkable, almost magical, progress.
We are nearing the end of 2015. And, most days, after decades of innovation, our technology balances on a knife-edge between magical and maddening.
In a way, a tablet paper is the return of the morning paper you took in off the porch. It's self-sufficient and you spend time with it, one-on-one, says Rick Salutin.
If you want to imagine the future of personal computing you could do worse than watch The Grand Budapest Hotel, which envisions how digital assistants may deliver information in the near future.
Buying holiday gifts for geeks is fraught, especially for the non-geeky. It's so very easy to buy not just the wrong thing, but precisely the wrong thing. Wayne MacPhail is here to help.