Here are the latest posts about Technology on Writers Write:
CNN Gets FAA Approval to Test Drones for News Gathering (2015-01-14): CNN has announced it worked out a deal with the Federal Aviation Administration so it can test drones for news gathering purposes.
Steve Jobs Disses the Kindle (2008-01-19): At Macworld Expo, Steve Jobs introduced the MacBook Air -- a super thin laptop computer that looks fabulous but doesn't have much power and only one USB port.
Buzz Over Possible Microsoft-Yahoo Deal Fading Away (2007-05-04): The top story on Techmeme and Megite today is a story that has appeared in the New York Post, Financial Times and elsewhere that says Microsoft is interested in acquiring Yahoo.
Ad Revenue Based Web 2.0 Companies Will Need Massive Traffic to Thrive (2007-03-17): A New York Times article discusses analysis by venture capitalist Jeremy Liew that indicate that it may take monster traffic to build a company that makes $50 million a year in ad revenues.
E-Ink's BlueChute E-ink Tablet (2007-03-11): Engadget has found another attractive think e-ink display that blogs may one day be read on.
Ten Diminishing Careers Include Cashiers and Book Binders (2007-01-23): Advancement in technologies combined with the offshoring (or outsourcing) of jobs to cheap overseas labor is pushing some careers towards extinction.
Inkless Metal Pen (2007-01-18): Gizmodo reports that a stainless steel metal pen writes without using any ink.
Future Tech Jobs Will Need Versatile Workers (2006-08-01): Future technology jobs will require less raw programming talent according to an article in Computerworld.
CNET Sells Computer Shopper (2006-02-09): Dow Jones reports that CNET will sell its Computer Shopper magazine after a Quarterly Report that was below expectations.
Workers Confused by Computer Jargon (2005-09-26): The BBC reports on a study by Computer People that found workers are confused by computer terminology and software.
USA Today to Publish Technology Magazine (2005-09-18): USA Today has announced plans to publish a glossy 80-page consumer technology magazine.
Yahoo Plans Gadget Website (2005-06-20): The Media Post reports that Yahoo is planning to launch a gadget and tech website.
Ken Beach Rejoins Ziff Davis Media (2005-04-03): Ziff Davis Media announced that Ken Beach has rejoined the Company as Senior Vice President of Corporate Sales.
New York Times Ending Circuits Section (2005-03-17): The New York Times has announced more enhancements to the newspaper, including a new, mid-week cousin of the Sunday Styles section to make its debut Thursday, April 14.
Ziff Davis Names Kristin Holmes VP of International Licensing (2005-03-05): Ziff Davis Media Inc.
Advancedimagingpro.com Launches (2005-03-01): Advancedimagingpro.
E Ink Unveils Ultra-Thin Active-Matrix Display (2002-06-27): E Ink Corporation, a developer and marketer of electronic ink
technology for paper-like displays, announced its demonstration
of the world's thinnest active-matrix displays.
New Magazine To Focus on The Future of Wireless (2001-09-13): A new industry publication, Wireless Future Magazine, will
speculate on this future by focusing on new generations of
wireless and their impact on industries and society.