It appears that, for the moment, you should only wear an Apple Watch on the more popular outer/upper surface of your wrist.
Far from encouraging invention and technological progress, patents are increasingly the combat theatre of specialist intellectual property lawyers, the stock-in-trade of corporations that neither invent nor innovate.
After nearly a week with my Apple Watch (Milanese loop), I am surprised at how rapidly it uses […]
Will an efficient market weed out unreliable content, or are we doomed to wholesale inaccuracy?
ZFS looks like being one of the biggest missed opportunities in computing. But it is still almost sexy.
There is a strong correlation between the number of clicks required to complete a task and your subjective feeling of dissatisfaction with that app’s human interface.
Today’s Camerons need to right the wrongs of their dispossessed ancestors, and invest in rural broadband.
A short guide to the Apple Watch and its wearers, for those who enjoy people-watching.
We who forge words into documents lack anything as powerful as Illustrator or Photoshop are to graphics.
Semantic primes represent “the complete inventory of simple universal concepts that are embedded in the lexicons of all (or most) human languages.” Do they suffice?