Wolfgang Gruener is Director, digital strategy and content experience at American Eagle, where he specializes in strategic data analysis, user behavior models and information architecture (IA), as well as content strategy and governance. He was also Managing Editor of the website TG Daily and contributor to sites including Tom's Guide and Tom's Hardware.
ESO has released a 9-gigapixel image of the central part our galaxy that shows more than 84 million stars. It is the largest picture ever taken of the Milky Way.
It has been predicted to happen for some time. Chrome has surpassed Firefox in market share, at least according to one Internet analysis firm.
and the frivolous patent infringement lawsuit award of this week goes to … drumroll, please … Digitude Innovations, suing RIM, LG, Sony, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola, HTC, and Amazon.
Backing up smartphone data may not be your immediate thought, given the smartphone’s traditional status as a consumer device.
An era ended last week as Fermilab closed down its Tevatron particle accelerator in a festive ceremony permanently.
VW chairman Martin Winterkorn recently visited Hyundai's booth at the Frankfurt auto show and was captured on video while getting increasingly aggravated over certain features in the new i30 model.
Verizon Wireless Broadband LTE service is lightning fast, if we believe the commercials that currently are running on TV channels and promote the LG Revolution and Netflix streaming.
Mozilla has begun collecting feedback on what appears to be a more serious approach to move Firefox for Windows from 32 to 64 bit.
There is no such thing as an entirely secure browser. Let's be realistic: You will always need a good portion of common sense and Internet smarts to avoid nasty attacks hijacks.
You could easily dismiss web browsers as playful software and prestigious products that are used as placebos for a company's success. But you'd be mistaken.
Internet Explorer has a slow and dwindling fate, and even Microsoft's latest release won't help.
So, what can you get for 150 GB? Does AT&T have a case? Are you an average Internet consumer? Is it unfair and will it increase your monthly data bill? Let's look.
The Cadillac Escalade is one of the most decadent vehicles you can buy these days. Our test drive was as ridiculous as the car itself: How fuel-efficient is this Caddy?
As we are forcing our way out of Apple's distortion field again and as we are regaining our common sense, we are noticing that Apple's iPad 2 isn't exactly the flawless product that has been painted on the flashing presentation screen.
Late last week, I had an opportunity for some seat time in a Chevy Volt hot off the production line. You can criticize its price as much as you want, but it only takes a few miles to realize that this car is special.
Anyone who has played a first person shooter is familiar with sci-fi suits that provide a gamer's character super-human abilities in one way or another. At least as far as light body armor is concerned, such suits could become reality soon...
Accor, which owns more than 800 Motel 6/Studio 6 locations across the nation said it has begun offering Wi-Fi access to its guests earlier this year.
Vtech, is (to our knowledge) the first company to offer a cordless non-Wi-Fi phone that allows its users to connect to Microsoft's and AOL's instant messaging services.
Researchers from Princeton University are describing a new and apparently very effective security attack that will allow hackers to access encrypted data on your PC. Technologies such Microsoft's BitLocker, Apple's FileVault and Linux's dm-crypt have no defense against this new attack.