Connecting Your TV to the Internet

Do you want to stream movies or download music to your home TV? You'll have a lot of options to consider when choosing the right equipment for your family's needs (Apple TV, Google TV, and Roku to name a few). Here'ya go February 16, 2011

Media update: 1012-17

Fred Showker's 60-Second Window Media update: Trends in Global Media, Social Syncing, Cross Platform Marketing, Connectivity Addiction, PR. Virtual Property Rights and more December 17, 2010

Lost or stolen laptop recovery

GadgetTrak Laptop 3 is now being bundled with warranty plans, including AppleCare at select Apple retailers -- helping recover it if it's lost or stolen. December 15, 2010

Shoot yourself!

This is almost as good as the Gorillapod (but not quite) -- Social networking vanity has now found yet another level -- a gizzmo that lets you take a picture of yourself. A great idea for the 'me' generation! December 13, 2010

Publishing & Media Update

We're following the trends in publishing both on paper and the web! This issue looks at * Newspapers? Dying? Social media? Rising? * Adobe may transform content management industry * Dismiss the rate hike? * Why metadata matters for the future of e-books * Apple as middle-man troubles magazine publishers * New York Times free help for publishers? ... and more August 16, 2010

Web trends movers and shakers

Tracking the illusive web trend leads us down assorted paths in this issue ... Why a Lack of Web ad Standards Hurts Us Online? Why No One is Linking to You ... and at last, Yahoo Publishes a Web content style guide July 30, 2010

Social Network Remorse?

59% of iPhone users have posted something online they regretted ... 32% of all people surveyed say they've posted something online they regretted July 28, 2010

Publishing, Content and Media

Is printing dead? Do you buy printing -- or broker printing for clients? This 60-Second Window kicks off August with a look at printing, publishing, media and the continuing art of putting ink on paper July 28, 2010

Privacy First Initiative

The Privacy First Initiative has been established, now aimed at increasing consumer privacy standards in mobile application data collection and targeting. July 27, 2010

Apps They Might Have Used

For the 4th of July, let's have a little fun and think about our revolutionary founding fathers and what apps they might have used! A little fun sent in by Jennifer Jacobson of Retrevo June 29, 2010