If you use a laptop for hours at a stretch, you’re setting yourself up for muscle problems that can make your entire upper body hurt. Simple ways to make a laptop more ergonomic
In a damage control initiative, the supporters hosted a dedicated website here on Thursday, which has received good number of messages across the world. With a tag line of "Satyameva Jayate", the website solicits public support
It's the 25th anniversary of the Apple Macintosh, but Steve Jobs' eyes are dry. At the company headquarters in Silicon Valley, where he was presenting a set of new laptops to the press last October, I mentioned the birthday to him. Jobs recoiled at any suggestion of nostalgia. "I don't think about that," he said. "When I got back here in 1997, I was looking for more room, and I found an archive of old Macs and other stuff. I said, 'Get it away!' and I shipped all that shit off to Stanford. If you look backward in this business, you'll be crushed. You have to look forward."
An important part of our future is being invented out in the world. And it is from that world that I want to share stories about two companies I am involved in. Between them, they cover the two most important screens of our interactive lives - the computer and the mobile. The two companies are Novatium and NetCore.