Stephen Glasskeys

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Before writing I was a programmer and software developer and have lived and worked in the United States and Europe.

I founded Glasskeys.com -- a website about tablets and mobile phones. Now I write part time for Computerworld's IT Blogwatch, and have written pieces for Forbes NetAppVoice.

Founder of Glasskeys.com.
Twitter: @glasskeys

Bragging rights: I use tablets running iOS, Android, and Windows.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Stephen Glasskeys and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Microsoft and Google kiss and make-up, drop silly patent feud

Apple Music launches in China, so don't forget to cancel trial membership

Apple Music launches in China, so don't forget to cancel trial membership

The Chairman smiles at Tim Cook. Apple's announced it's rolling out Apple Music to the Middle Kingdom, with every expectation it will be just as successful as it is in the US...

Zuck's non-reply about 'dislike' button, pushes dislike buttons

Zuck's non-reply about 'dislike' button, pushes dislike buttons

Why can't Facebook have options such as "I'm Sorry", "Interesting", or "Dislike"? Don't ask Mark Zuckerberg, you may not like his non-answer...

Robot ethicist wants to ban sex robots, before sex robots ban us

Robot ethicist wants to ban sex robots, before sex robots ban us

A robot ethicist in the UK with far too much time on her hands, has decided to launch a campaign to ban the development of sex robots...

Cyanogen's McMaster: CyanogenMod will rule the world -- muhahahaha

Cyanogen's McMaster: CyanogenMod will rule the world -- muhahahaha

In a recent interview that's likely to inflame the Android community, Cyanogen CEO Kirt McMaster allegedly stated that he wants to make CyanogenMod OS...

Emoji. iOS 9.1 beta with updated emoji now available -- new emoji

Emoji. iOS 9.1 beta with updated emoji now available -- new emoji

Apple has released iOS 9.1 beta to the public. So how's its performance, memory management, and task switching...

Attention Amazon shoppers: ''Thank you, drive through''

Attention Amazon shoppers: ''Thank you, drive through''

Kiss your local grocery store goodbye, reports suggest Amazon is entering the perishable food business, planning to marry online shopping with the efficiency of a fast food burger joint. If traditional grocers aren't worried, they...

Windows Phone flagship hope kindled: ''Cityman'' and ''Talkman'' rumors

Windows Phone flagship hope kindled: ''Cityman'' and ''Talkman'' rumors

For users sick and tired of being sick and tired of waiting for a new Windows Phone flagship, Daniel Rubino is a hero...

Downbeat: Apple Music not a hit with watchdogs, senators, and bloggers

Downbeat: Apple Music not a hit with watchdogs, senators, and bloggers

Yesterday wasn't a good day for Apple's streaming music service. A consumer watchdog group, a U.S. senator, and a popular blogger weren't praising Apple Music, they were, in effect, burying it...

'Your Timeline' in Android Maps: Google knows EVERYTHING about you

'Your Timeline' in Android Maps: Google knows EVERYTHING about you

Yikes: Google is rolling out a new Maps feature for Android called Your Timeline -- if for no other reason than to showcase its all-seeing, all-knowing, data gathering omnipotence...

Apple car rumors shift into overdrive, on high-octane auto exec hires

Apple car rumors shift into overdrive, on high-octane auto exec hires

If today's cars give you a case of sticker shock, just imagine what you'll feel when you see the price of an Apple automobile in your local showroom...

Samsung announces Galaxy Tab S2 (to blow away iPad Air 2)

Samsung announces Galaxy Tab S2 (to blow away iPad Air 2)

Samsung has just announced the new Galaxy Tab S2, claiming it is the 'thinnest and lightest tablet of its size ever.' Sounds great, so how does the Tab S2 stack up against feathery competitors...

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