Mainstream buyers no longer seem to care about the hard numbers behind gadgets, but you can thank vigilant geeks for ensuring the figurative engine still runs while you’re busy gawking at the moon roof.
Recent security breaches and ownership issues have skeptics doubting whether the cloud should really be the future of computing, but ultimately, we still control our own online destinies.
Companies like Verizon, Comcast and Google now brazenly disregard rules designed to protect consumers, because at the end of the day, the FCC is powerless to really hurt them.
Most consumers don’t need anything close to the power of the latest and greatest gadgets, but without deep-pocketed geeks to blaze the trail by buying it, the rest of us wouldn’t have much to choose from.
New ‘unlimited talk and text’ plans may sound consumer friendly, but carriers have good reason to force us into paying for them: We barely use them anymore.
There's been some shock Apple products' loss of EPEAT - but in reality, Apple's decision to throw caution to the wind and manufacture the way it wants makes complete sense.
Apple’s latest patent fiasco with Samsung highlights glaring problems with the patent system that are stifling innovation and holding technology back.
Clunky software and an army of fortified challengers will prevent the overpriced Nexus Q from even making a stand in the battle for living rooms.
Apple’s MacBook Pro with Retina Display hits every high note in both performance and design, until you open it up, where a monstrosity awaits.
After giving up on cinemas for years, the lure of new technology like Dolby Atmos and 48fps films may bring me back – for a taste, at least.