Profile of Nathan EddyFreelance Writer
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Nathan Eddy is a freelance writer for InformationWeek. He has written for Popular Mechanics, Sales & Marketing Management Magazine, FierceMarkets, and CRN, among others. In 2012 he made his first documentary film, The Absent Column. He currently lives in Berlin.
Articles by Nathan Eddy
posted in October 2015
The market for the Internet of Things is growing rapidly, and Verizon is stepping up its efforts on a multitude of fronts, the company announced.
Apple's upgraded iPhone gave a big boost to the smartphone market, though worldwide shipments came in below IDCís projections.
The chip-making giant looks to the future of the Internet of Things with the acquisition of cognitive computing company Saffron Technology.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have at least one piece of new technology going for them -- Apple's 3D Touch. Here's a look at nine apps that help optimized that experience.
The jury may still be out on the success of Apple's foray into the wearables market, but a Juniper survey indicates the Watch is considered très cool.
The Priv smartphone will be BlackBerry's first Android device, and it features a slew of security enhancements, as well as a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
New Horizons is reporting more information about the most far-flung planet in our Solar System as NASA publishes photos of Kerberos, Pluto's smallest moon.
With more than 8,000 photographs of NASA's various Apollo missions released earlier this month, who could resist looking through the archive a second time?
Facebook is turning its skills at connecting people in a new direction with the launch of a TechPrep, a website designed to get kids invested in computer science, while promoting diversity.
In the face of declining revenues and stiff competition, Yahoo cozies up to rival Google in a deal similar to the one it struck with Microsoft in April.
The feud between the New York Times and Amazon goes public as the two sides defend their positions following a blistering exposť.
The Lenovo Yoga 900 notebook and the Home 900 AIO run Windows 10. Their adjustable screens and improved battery life put an emphasis on portability and flexibility.
It's another mini-scandal for Apple. This one is called "Staingate," thanks to the anti-reflective film rubbing off MacBook Retina notebooks.
Apple loses a battle against the University of Wisconsin concerning the use of processing technology. The loss could cost the company $234 million.
Detailed information and theories concerning Pluto's birth and evolution are all covered in an in-depth research report NASA published in Science that relies in information provided by the New Horizons probe.
JetBlue will be able to offer free WiFi service across its entire fleet by the fall of 2016.
Tesla is updating its self-driving car software to add more advanced capabilities, but drivers are still advised to keep their hands on the wheel.
NASA has found that Jupiter is undergoing a radical change in its most prominent feature -- the Great Red Spot -- which is three times the size of our own planet.
Not content with owning the Web, Google is now taking to skies with drones, as recent documents filed with the FAA indicate.
Adobe is looking to make online document management and authentication easier, especially in the cloud, with new e-signature capabilities and enhanced Dropbox integration.
The Aspire R 14 notebook and Aspire Z3-700 AIO offer features to help maximize Windows 10 applications like Cortana and Continuum.
The Great Firewall of China has extended to one of the latest iPhone apps. Apple disables the News app in mainland China, according to the New York Times.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk talks electric cars and emissions scandals -- and throws some shade at Apple, Toyota, and German automakers. However, he later backed off some comments in a Tweet.
The wobbly PC market shows some areas of growth in the third quarter of this year for vendors like Apple and Lenovo, due in part to a healthy appetite in the US, according to new reports from Gartner and IDC.
NASA enthusiasts now have access to more than 8,000 photos from the space agency's Apollo mission. InformationWeek has selected 10 of our favorites.
Softkinetic's time of flight and other image sensor technologies will help Sony become more competitive in the video gaming and smartphone markets.
Google asks Germans for too much information about the inner workings of their premium sports car, so Porsche moves to Apple's CarPlay, according to a report.
In the quest to create an ever-smarter iPhone, Apple has acquired Perceptio, which could make Siri faster and more effective.
The evolution of self-driving vehicles continues as Daimler begins testing of an autonomous semi-truck on Germany's Autobahn.
Project Titan is either the best-kept or worst-kept secret in Silicon Valley. Whether Apple is or isn't building its own autonomous vehicle is not clear, but here's what we're hearing.
The most recent high-resolution images from NASA's New Horizons probe reveal surprising details of Pluto's largest moon, Charon, including massive canyons.
NASA's Discovery program is narrowing down its list of potential missions, including several different trips to Venus, as well as a study of asteroids near Jupiter.