Monthly Archives: April 2014

Hands-on with the new 2014 HTC One (M8)

Last year, HTC decided to rethink and completely redo its flagship Android phone. The result was the classy HTC One (M7). Taking the best of HTC One X, a noble but flawed product, HTC made a whole new chassis and surprised everyone. The One went on to win many awards all over the world but […]

Wearables 2.0: Impact on social networking

This is the second part in my multi-part series on the second coming of wearables. The first wave of wearables (read watches and simple fitness trackers) were focused more on the experience and less on social interaction. The second wave of wearables spearheaded by Android Wear and the long rumored iWatch will bring more muscle […]

Walking through the Glassdoor to LinkedIn

When I was in grad school and looking for jobs almost 15 years ago, the only real players in town were Dice.com and Monster. If you didn’t have your resume in one or both of those websites, it was hard to get noticed by recruiters across the country. Fast forward to 2008 when social networks […]