I’ve had an iPad with Verizon cellular connectivity that costs $10 per month. I rarely use the cellular connection and decided to remove the iPad from my account. I’ve had it for more than 4 years and have paid them about $500, equal to the price of the iPad itself. I assumed it would be […]
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Amazon’s new high resolution music service was announced this week and it’s a significant milestone for streaming music. As my friend and co-author, Neil Young described it, “Earth will be changed forever when Amazon introduces high quality streaming to the masses,” he said in Amazon’s press release. “This will be the biggest thing to happen in […]
Uber is facing a number of threats that jeopardize its ability to survive. The CA legislature has passed a law that requires the company (as well as many other businesses) to reclassify their contractors as employees and provide them with benefits they offer other employees. While this law may be misguided, it shows how vulnerable […]
“To Feel the Music” is on sale this week, and I wanted to provide a little background on the book. When Neil and I decided to write the book, To Feel the Music, there were several objectives we each had. For Neil it was to save music, and the book provided a chance to explain […]
(As published in Techpinions) Last week I described the experience of trying to find a U.S. manufacturer to build a consumer tech product and getting no response from most of those that were contacted. One reader summed up the column as, “Our problem isn’t China competing “unfairly”, it is the U.S. not bothering to compete […]