Technology Today

I write the weekly “Technology Today” column for the Florida Today newspaper, which is published by Gannett. The column appears every Friday in the Business section of the paper.

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2011 Columns

  • 2011 was an exciting and tragic tech year (Dec. 30)
  • Future of search is named Siri (Dec. 23)
  • Tablets for toddlers? Provide time, attention rather than techno gadgets (Dec. 16)
  • Love computers? You’ve found your career (Dec. 9)
  • Listen up: Radio apps a great gift (Dec. 2)
  • Tilley's recipe for Tech Turkeys (Nov. 25)
  • Enlist in apps to scour stores for deals (Nov. 18)
  • Simple numbers, complex meanings (Nov. 11)
  • As population grows, technology helps (Nov. 4)
  • Online, better to think before you click (Oct. 28)
  • Column hits anniversary (Oct. 21)
  • Was Einstein wrong? It's complicated (Oct. 14)
  • Steve Jobs and OS X -- two smooth operators (Oct. 7)
  • HP shows no focus, murky future (Sept. 30)
  • Netflix plans for movie future (Sept. 23)
  • What does Yahoo! do for you? (Sept. 16)
  • Three technical areas undergo major changes (Sept. 10)
  • Labor-saving devices cost in unexpected ways (Sept. 3)
  • Wireless insulin pump revolutionizes daily routine (August 27)
  • Computer companies take over cell phones (August 20)
  • Happy 20th birthday, World Wide Web (August 13)
  • Don't forget notebooks for college computing (August 6)
  • Apple's operating system makes big changes (July 30)
  • Borders too slow to embrace digital (July 23)
  • Fictional devices advancing toward reality (July 16)
  • A life affected: Space program’s effect ripples through memories, life, career (July 9)
  • E-books can't hold a candle to paper in elements (July 2)
  • Computing has come far since mainframes (June 25)
  • Big Blue celebrates layers on 100th birthday (June 18)
  • Why are remote controls so complicated? (June 11)
  • Cloud computing is an old idea that works (June 4)
  • Size, diversity makes Silicon Valley unique (May 28)
  • There's plenty wrong with modern software (May 21)
  • Cell phones have morphed into portable PCs (May 14)
  • Future looking good for technology graduates (May 7)
  • Did you follow clues to find the Easter egg? (April 30)
  • Easter egg hunts turn up surprises (April 23)
  • We have put men on moon, but Word still crashes (April 16)
  • Epsilon e-mail breach means beware 'spear phishing' tries (April 9)
  • Technology great for April Fools’ Day (April 2)
  • Phone expenses grow with each data-delivery 'G' (March 26)
  • FIT student fosters re-connection during disasters (March 19)
  • 'On-demand' video viewing alters industry (March 12)
  • Plants bioengineered to sniff out bombs (March 5)
  • Engineers end their week of celebration (Feb. 26)
  • Much work went into ‘Jeopardy!’ winner (Feb. 19)
  • Say "I love you" with ease and class (Feb. 12)
  • Angry Birds play games with my head (Feb. 5)
  • Another giant will be missed (Jan. 29)
  • Wikipedia's easy but not reliable enough (Jan. 22)
  • What’s buzzing at electronics show (Jan. 15)
  • OnStar coming to a non-GM car near you (Jan. 8)
  • Security to get more focus in 2011 (Jan. 1)