They aimed low. They still missed. Mighty Samsung is facing challenges it hasn’t had to face in recent years as the wave of popularity for their smartphone line seems to be waning. The Galaxy S4 was being heralded as the one that might put Samsung as in a commanding lead against chief rival Apple. Instead,… Continue reading Samsung misses numbers. Is the Galaxy yesterday’s news?
As the saying loosely goes, “If you mess with the bull, you get the horns.” That’s a lesson that security blogger Brian Krebs was dealt this week when he was hit with a DDoS attack on his website and a simultaneous “SWATting” attack where a phony emergency at his home was reported. His house, surrounded… Continue reading As Krebs learned, if you’re going to out hackers, expect repercussions
Social media has clearly permeated out lives so much that it is now influencing the other media that we consume. This is extremely clear in the world of music. I see the songs popping up on my Facebook news ticker and it seems like my entire friends list is listening to the same songs. For… Continue reading Social media and the “ironic” hit
The best that could have happened in tech blogging would have been for Facebook‘s IPO to “pop”. We still would have watched closely but there would have been no need to analyze it in-depth. As any good doctor after a successful operation, we would have clapped our hands and monitored. Instead, we’re stuck trying to… Continue reading The microscope stays on as Facebook’s IPO needs further analysis