Nancy Gohring

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Nancy Gohring is a freelance journalist who started writing about mobile phones just in time to cover the transition to digital. She's written about PCs from Hanover, cellular networks from Singapore, wireless standards from Cyprus, cloud computing from Seattle and just about any technology subject you can think of from Las Vegas. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Computerworld, Wired, the Seattle Times and other well-respected publications.

Microsoft Sway: PowerPoint on steroids

How the new iPhones could help scientists predict the weather

How the new iPhones could help scientists predict the weather

Researchers are excited to learn that the new iPhones have barometers because they might be able to start collecting data that could help better predict short term weather.

End of an era: Red Hat buys BaaS provider FeedHenry

End of an era: Red Hat buys BaaS provider FeedHenry

Red Hat scoops up FeedHenry for around $83 million, leaving few remaining independent BaaS providers.

Auth0 wants to make it easy for devs to add authentication to apps

Auth0 wants to make it easy for devs to add authentication to apps

Auth0, a provider of identity services that developers can build into their apps, scored a $2.4 million investment.

'OK Google, take a note,' with Microsoft's OneNote

'OK Google, take a note,' with Microsoft's OneNote

Microsoft is continuing its mission of rolling out its software to non-Windows platforms. This time, Android Wear users are getting a OneNote app.

Google's mysterious New Mexico drone tests

Google's mysterious New Mexico drone tests

Google is working on getting permission from both the FCC and the FAA to conduct tests of its Titan drones in New Mexico. While the assumption is Google will use the drones to provide Internet access, the filings raise questions about...

How wearables helped dramatically reduce injuries for the Seattle Sounders

How wearables helped dramatically reduce injuries for the Seattle Sounders

The Seattle Sounders soccer team has been using wearables during practice for the past few years and doing so has allowed the players to reduce the number of days they have to sit out due to muscle injuries by more than half.

Early Microsoft Delve users worry about privacy

Early Microsoft Delve users worry about privacy

During a Yammer discussion this week, some users were confused and concerned about potential privacy implications in Delve, Microsoft's new enterprise social product.

Early PaaS provider CloudBees to shut its service

Early PaaS provider CloudBees to shut its service

CloudBees is shutting down its PaaS but will continue to offer products around Jenkins

Tableau Software consumerizes data analysis with Project Elastic

Tableau Software consumerizes data analysis with Project Elastic

Tableau is working on a new iPad app designed for anyone to use. It's a change for the company which has previously required a big upfront investment in software to use its products.

Verizon brings car sharing to work

Verizon brings car sharing to work

It hasn't announced any takers yet but Verizon is offering a new platform that would let you skip the line at the car rental company and hop in a rental car just by scanning QR Code.

Top CIOs: Start with 'yes' when it comes to new technologies

Top CIOs: Start with 'yes' when it comes to new technologies

CIOs are finding a middle ground between dictating what kinds of technologies to allow workers to use and letting employees do anything they want.

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