Donald Trump's Presidential approval rating in the US this quarter is at an all-time low at 35%, well below the historical average of 64%. But who believes polls any more? During the election itself, Trump was laughed off as a no-hoper, a crass star of Reality TV who lived in cloud cuckoo land and spouted words like somebody who needed the care of the community.
He writes a weekly tech columnist for Forbes in New York and a monthly business/tech columnist in London for the BBC. He also writes regularly on technology for The Economist, MIT Tech Review, Wired UK, TechCrunch, Mashable, Fast Company and Newsweek among others. His tech blog, Mob76 Outlook has more than 110,000 unique visitors per month.
There's nothing quite like tradition and such tradition in the UK used to mean Christmas advertising began the day after Bonfire Night.
26/09/2017 17:02 BST
The recognition of GuardSquare at the event proves that the smart people are aware of the growing threat through apps and handsets. Perhaps it's time mobile cybersecurity is taken as seriously as any existing channel.
19/05/2017 13:21 BST
So it's happened again, another cybersecurity uberhack and the world reels from the chaos it has unleashed. But it's not as if it we haven't been warned.
16/05/2017 16:13 BST
The school run covers a multitude of sins, be that gas-guzzlers in Chelsea or rusty Ford Fiestas in AnywhereUK, and this culture of built-up traffic, potential accident spots or air pollution is a blight on many lives.
29/06/2016 15:48 BST
When it comes to IoT, there are many potential channels to widespread adoption, but there is one area that has huge consequences for everybody who wants an internet-connected home and that is the threat of compromised personal security.
20/06/2016 10:10 BST
Snapchat users are heavy creators and lenses helps them add levity to their messages and stories. One early SnapChat adopter Taco Bell recently used it to interact with its SnapChat audience. The company sponsored a Lens that meant users could turn their heads into giant tacos.
13/06/2016 16:44 BST
19/04/2016 10:45 BST
The rise and rise of small-time sellers on ebay, Amazon and etsy is well documented; some of them should have their own queue at the Post Office when dispatching their goods. More recently the poster boys of the sharing economy Uber and Airbnb have given users the simple means to set up 'on the side'.
04/12/2015 22:45 GMT
Five years on from a seminal report that laid out in plain terms how smartphones were fragile objects that should be handled with absolute care, nothing has changed; they still break too easily.
07/09/2015 12:09 BST
While digital giving has accelerated greatly over the past 15 years, it appears that humans, be they the Palringo mobile community, Kilimanjaro climbers or the members of GamesAid, continue to be charitable beings.
14/08/2015 11:27 BST
On mobile, messaging platforms have taken over from voice and are still outstripping the various social media vehicles, but these are skewed towards consumers talking to each other. B2B marketing is still evolving on these channels, while the one-to-one of email is still comfortable for users.
15/04/2015 10:19 BST
It's been 14 years since Natalie Massenet launched her revolutionary ambition on the world: women could buy clothes online. Online! On the internet! Who could imagine? Fast forward to 2014, and it's hard to imagine anything different.
03/10/2014 11:12 BST
My social media relationship with my 11-year-son is a very simple one. Once a year I post a returning-to-school picture of him on Facebook and he is the one who gives me permission to use it and who signs off that picture.
19/09/2014 12:51 BST
While in my ways mobile in Africa is diametrically different to that in the West, not least in the way it has 'piggy-backed' on the West's experience, there are many aspects that are similar, not least how to make money out of mobile.
12/09/2014 14:39 BST
It's difficult for anybody to scratch their head when they're wearing a pair of headphones, but a lot of people have been doing exactly that when trying to analyse the $3.2 billion that Apple are reportedly paying for Dr Dre's Beats.
19/05/2014 14:20 BST
The science of Dunbar's Number is one that most of us are unfamiliar with, but the number itself is one that people in social media know very well. That number of 150 alleges that these are the maximum number of people or friends that a person's brain can deal with.
24/02/2014 13:02 GMT
Last December's acquisition of Topsy Labs by Apple was unexpected and many in the tech industry raised their eyebrows at the reported £122 million price tag.
23/01/2014 13:31 GMT
At the end of this month in Paris, one of four cities will be chosen to be the Capital of Expo 2020. The cities vying for this honour are Sao Paulo, Dubai, Izmir and Yekaterinburg and this is the final countdown to impress the 167 member voters.
06/11/2013 13:46 GMT
The idea of a tech hub revolutionising our High Streets with trendy entrepreneurs spending large on coffees and lunches is an obviously attractive one and this trend Is not just just a figment in a town planner's imagination; it is real and it is happening, sometimes in the most unlikely of cities.
05/09/2013 14:05 BST