It's useful for optimistic technophiles to ask hard questions about just what contributions technology is really making.
Satellite imagery is about to get a whole lot more useful for businesses.
At least 40% of online transactions could be handled via a bot by 2020.
Waiting out long depreciation cycles on real estate is a recipe for empty malls and shuttered main streets.
I wonder if we are pushing the power of analytics too hard and too far.
Back in 2008, Hewlett-Packard had a decent strategy. But the seeds of its break-up were already sown.
Continuing pressure on safety, infrastructure capacity, and emissions are going to force carmakers to fully embrace the smart, connected automobile.
There is a deep ambivalence prevailing in the auto industry regarding ownership of the data generated by the connected car.
Regardless of all the buzz around the Internet of Things, the promised connectivity won't mean much until it works all the time.
A lot of “knowledge work” today is really just the routine application of a set of rules, with some ability to identify situational errors and…