The $38 tablet is here

February 13th, 2014

Sometimes a cheap tablet acts just like a cheap tablet. At least that is the case with the new Datawind Ubislate 7Ci, an Android tablet that's on sale now for the low, low price of just $38. Time Magazine recently reviewed the tablet. It's message? Business owners and consumers should not expect too much for $38.

Race to the bottom?

Tablet makers have been involved in a lengthy price war.

Will tech mean the end of traditional hospital care?

February 11th, 2014

Will technology soon make hospitals obsolete? It may sound impossible. But based on a recent report from CBS Atlanta, an international study on technology and health found that a majority of people around the world believe that traditional hospitals will be obsolete because of tech advances.

Will tech make hospitals obsolete?

February 11th, 2014

Will technology soon make hospitals obsolete? It sounds impossible. Yet according to a recent report from CBS Atlanta, an international study on technology and health found that a majority of people worldwide believe that traditional hospitals will be obsolete thanks to tech advances.

Here’s how IBM sees the next five years of tech innovation

February 6th, 2014

Each year, IBM releases its technology predictions for the next five years. It's an anticipated event, and this year Forbes columnist Greg Satell took a look at some of the tech innovator's major predictions. What will the next five years hold for technology? Here's a brief look at what might happen, as determined by IBM.

High-tech classrooms

Satell writes that technology will help U.S. school children get caught up to their peers around the world.

What does the future hold? Ask IBM

February 6th, 2014

Each year, IBM releases its technology predictions for the next five years. It's a much anticipated event, and this year Forbes columnist Greg Satell had a look at many of the tech innovator's major predictions. What will the next five years hold for technology? Here's a brief look at what may happen, according to IBM.

High-tech classrooms

It's made headlines: U.S. school children have fallen behind their peers in much of the rest of the world, especially when it comes to math and science.

Is it time for Microsoft to give up on Windows 8?

February 4th, 2014

Is this the end of Windows 8? If recent reports in the tech media are to be believed, the much-maligned Windows operating system might be meeting its end. InfoWorld writer Woody Leonhard recently rounded up the rumors. If what he's found holds true, Windows 8 might soon get replaced by a trio of new products.

Is the end ready for Windows 8?

February 4th, 2014

Microsoft’s Windows 8 hasn’t received a lot of love, from either users or the tech press. It’s no surprise, then, that rumors are circulating that Microsoft is preparing to kill Windows 8 and start over with its next version of the operating system.