Author: Robert Falck

Is That A New Watch?

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So now several of the bigger names in the tech industry have openly stated that they are working on smartwatches, and have been doing so for some time. Meanwhile the Apple rumor […]

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Posted by on Monday, 25 March 2013

It’s So Boring

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One could argue that the computers, tablets and smartphones a lot of us have and use on a daily basis are quite sophisticated little machines. Their basic design has been a slow […]

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Posted by on Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Brave New One Click Gaming Future

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Listen to the analysts and people who are supposed to be in the know for any amount of time, and you’ll nearly drown in the doomsday speculation and writing on the fictional […]

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Posted by on Thursday, 07 February 2013

Pay For Friends And Hits

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If you have spent a little bit of time online, I’m sure you have seen ads promising you more hits on your website, more followers on twitter and more friends on Facebook. […]

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Posted by on Wednesday, 06 February 2013

Security For The Masses

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People just don’t “get” computers in general, as much as we like to believe that they do. I have witnessed people of all ages and darn near all walks of life fail […]

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Posted by on Tuesday, 05 February 2013

3D-Printed Future

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It has been nearly an underground movement building up over several years, mostly on the happy enthusiast level, but several commercial projects have been launched as well. For some it sounds like […]

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Posted by on Thursday, 24 January 2013

Change For the Sake Of Change

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Regular people don’t talk about it anywhere near as often as one might be led to believe when you read the tech press, but pundits and tech journalists love to share their […]

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Posted by on Tuesday, 22 January 2013

Lock Me In, My Vendor!

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There is often talk about the somewhat interesting notion that you can be locked to a certain vendor, and apparently unable to move away from said company. This vendor lock-in is used […]

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Posted by on Friday, 18 January 2013

CES Me Not

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If you have an interest in technology, particularly in the consumer space, I’m sure you haven’t missed the coverage from the annual CES in Las Vegas this past week. It’s where the […]

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Posted by on Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Current State Of Smartphones

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It would be a gross error on my behalf if I didn’t say that Android and iOS are the dominating operating systems on the current smartphone market, specially from a global perspective. […]

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Posted by on Thursday, 10 January 2013

Uninformed Gamers

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Sometimes I marvel at how little those who call themselves “gamers” really are about their hobby. More specifically how little they know outside of their very field of perception of gaming as […]

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Posted by on Tuesday, 08 January 2013

Social Games, Aren’t They?

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It’s another one of those buzzwords that the suits in the games business like to toss around. Tthe more often, the better, it would seem. That’s where the money is, since gaming […]

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Posted by on Thursday, 03 January 2013

Predictions For The New Year

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As much as I would love to have a crystal ball, I don’t have one and I have no other means of peering into the future either. The best I can do […]

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Posted by on Tuesday, 01 January 2013

Have It, Don’t Use It

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How many people out there really know what the possibilities are in the pieces of technology they own? As computer processors have become more and more powerful, we have been abel to […]

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Posted by on Thursday, 27 December 2012

Depending

Netbooks are dead

As our world gets more and more complicated, we have started depending on technology in our every day lives, and to an astonishing degree. During the last 50 or so years one […]

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Posted by on Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Trust

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One of the key things about modern computing is trust. Trust in who makes the devices we use, trust in how secure the system that runs on it is, and trust in […]

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Posted by on Thursday, 20 December 2012

Of Maps And Humans

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Australian police recently warned against navigating around, being guided by Apple Maps. Given the circumstances I can’t say I blame them, nor that the warning was misplaced. For some applications and use […]

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Posted by on Tuesday, 18 December 2012

App Store And A Shovel

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Watch nearly any newer Apple event and you’ll undoubtedly see someone talk about the sheer number of available apps on the App Store. Most of the time they mean the iOS App […]

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Posted by on Thursday, 13 December 2012

So, You’re An App Developer?

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Apps are the new black, or so it would seem if you are to believe people in the industry. It’s the bread and butter of thousands and thousands of people all over […]

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Posted by on Tuesday, 11 December 2012

In the Age Of Advertising…

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Apple does it in iOS, Google does it everywhere, Microsoft does it in Windows 8 and Canonical does it in Ubuntu 12.10; in one way or another let advertising slip into your […]

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Posted by on Thursday, 06 December 2012