Bob Brown

News Editor

I work with Network World's writers and editors to identify and publish the best informational and news stories for enterprise IT and networking professionals. Also, I blog about network research from university and vendor research labs, plus work closely with our wireless reporting team on assignments and projects. Best to reach me by email. If you don't hear back from me, it's probably because I forwarded your pitch to a more appropriate contact here.

Samsung Note7 explosion revelation vs. NFL's AFC Championship Game

iPhone 8 Rumor Rollup: iPhone X, leaving rivals in its dust & a classy new concept design

iPhone 8 Rumor Rollup: iPhone X, leaving rivals in its dust & a classy new concept design

Dropping your iPhone in the toilet could soon be something you can laugh instead of cry about if the latest Apple iPhone 8 rumors are to be believed.

10 Cool Security Startups Vying for Glory at RSA Conference

10 Cool Security Startups Vying for Glory at RSA Conference

Hot topics at this year's RSA Conference in February will include cloud security, Internet of Things security and encryption -- and all of those issues unsurprisingly are represented among the 10 finalists announced for the event's...

Here come the Super Bowl 2017 techie ads

Here come the Super Bowl 2017 techie ads

Watch technology company commercials for Super Bowl 51 before the big game.

7 really cool network and IT research projects

7 really cool network and IT research projects

Researchers at top universities, backed by funding from federal and other outfits, are pumping out loads of research on network security, wireless networking and more. Here's a recap of 7 impressive projects from recent months.

A techie's guide for voting on new Monopoly game tokens

A techie's guide for voting on new Monopoly game tokens

Hasbro is giving Monopoly fans a choice of going old school, very old school or new school in an online vote to determine which tokens will come standard with a new version of the game hitting shelves in August.

Geeky ways to celebrate Friday the 13th

Geeky ways to celebrate Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th comes only twice in 2017 – make the most of it.

9 painful ways people hurt themselves with computers/video games

9 painful ways people hurt themselves with computers/video games

A sampling of injuries reported by emergency rooms involving patients using computers or video games.

The clumsy & shocking truth about computer-related injuries!

The clumsy & shocking truth about computer-related injuries!

Some of the biggest names in tech have issued warnings over the past year about how their devices can overheat and catch on fire, but an analysis of emergency room data shows that most computer-related injuries stem from far less...

iPhone 8 Rumor Rollup: Stainless steel, India standing tough & really going wireless

iPhone 8 Rumor Rollup: Stainless steel, India standing tough & really going wireless

Enough of the iPhone 10th anniversary celebrations: It's time to channel our collective Apple watching energies into iPhone 8 (not to mention possible iPhone 7s and 7s Plus editions).

Highest paying jobs in the U.S. -- techies take backseat to medical pros

Highest paying jobs in the U.S. -- techies take backseat to medical pros

LinkedIn Tuesday published its list of the top 20 highest paying jobs (median base salary as reported to LinkedIn Salary) in the United States, and the medical/healthcare field dominates.

How Network World covered the original iPhone announcement from Jan. 9, 2007

How Network World covered the original iPhone announcement from Jan. 9, 2007

While Network World writes a lot more about Apple these days than we did 10 years ago, we didn't skip over the original iPhone announcement on Jan. 9, 2007.

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