- InfoWorldExecutive editor
- University of Southern CaliforniaJournalism
Only Microsoft knows the true Windows XP numbers -- but isn't telling
There's a lot of angst about the 30 percent of Windows users who haven't switched, but how many PCs does that actually mean?
Thought Obamacare was messy? Wait until electronic health records come o...
EHRs' laudable openness goals will slam into reality of highly proprietary, secretive, and risk-averse health care industry
iPhone, Galaxy, iPad, Nexus: Here's how they really rate
The InfoWorld Test Center has reevaluated today's mobile devices in light of a changing technology landscape
Hey Verizon, we're not as stupid as you think we are
We definitely understand how networks function -- and why Verizon is blowing lots of hot air
A clear-eyed guide to Mac OS X's actual security risks
Apple has improved its security in recent years, but is it enough?
RIP, RadioShack -- we don't know how good we had it
Supergeeks may scoff at brick-and-mortar stores, but these tech meccas were integral to hands-on interaction and discovery
5 changes BlackBerry must make to have a ghost of a chance
The company that once defined the smartphone needs to look elsewhere for its future
IT's craziest code names: Guess which ones are real
Can you match these off-the-wall software and hardware code names from across IT history to their real-world products?
NSA created 'European bazaar' to spy on EU citizens, Snowden tells Europ...
National spy agencies across Europe are allowing the NSA to piece together their data into a larger picture, Snowden said
Techies: Take a congressman and a cop to work with you
From distracted driving to virtual money, the law and lawmakers can't keep up with technological change. Let's clue them in
Pre-installed malware turns up on new Android devices
Fake version of Netflix that steals personal data and sends it to Russia has been found on some smartphones and tablets from Samsung, Motoro
Windows 8.2 is better than a sharp stick in the eye
With Windows 9 a year away, Microsoft keeps tweaking Windows 8 -- and we should be grateful for those improvements
What Disney World teaches us about mobile payments
Even in a highly controlled environment, the popular notion struggles to work as needed
Yahoo breach exposes naked truth about online security
The umpteenth violation of our Internet privacy proves once again the dearth of common sense among us Web users
Apple's security flaws: Are you paranoid enough yet?
Apple's SSL encryption fail and iOS keylogging flaw juiced anxiety levels in an industry already reeling from security fatigue