Colin Neagle

Assistant Community Editor

Colin Neagle manages blogs for Network World, including but not limited to those published on the Cisco Subnet, Microsoft Subnet, and Open Source Subnet. He also writes feature articles and blog posts about emerging technologies, among other things, and he usually doesn't write about himself in the third person, so please don't judge him by this bio.

How will iPhone 6's Wi-Fi calling, VoLTE affect enterprise networks?

How the Apple Watch could create a new mainstream market

How the Apple Watch could create a new mainstream market

Could the Apple Watch help turn the health and fitness wearable market into a mainstream market?

Facebook blamed for driving up cellphone bills, but it's not alone

Facebook blamed for driving up cellphone bills, but it's not alone

An auto-play feature for videos on Facebook has been singled out for driving up cellphone bills, but it's not the only app that exhibits this behavior.

iPhone 6 buzz resurrects NFC hype once again

iPhone 6 buzz resurrects NFC hype once again

Like clockwork, speculation surrounding an impending iPhone announcement has breathed fresh air into hype for near field communication.

How Google Fiber is disrupting the broadband deployment model

How Google Fiber is disrupting the broadband deployment model

Google Fiber has convinced other ISPs to embrace a different approach to deploying broadband.

10 signs Google Glass is disrupting the enterprise

Google Glass has had a ripple effect throughout the enterprise world.

Coolest wearable technology: Robot suits for physical labor

Coolest wearable technology: Robot suits for physical labor

Last year, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Engineering tested robotic suits that give workers superhuman strength to handle heavy objects at its facility in Okpo-dong, South Korea, according to a recent report in the New Scientist.

Comcast's silly propaganda helped kill municipal broadband projects

Comcast's silly propaganda helped kill municipal broadband projects

Comcast once passed out these ridiculous fliers warning of the horrors of municipal broadband, and it actually worked.

NASA breakthrough improves 3D printing in space

NASA breakthrough improves 3D printing in space

NASA's new technique allows 3D printers to create one object composed of multiple types of materials.

10 amazing (and bizarre) drone discoveries

From search-and-rescue missions to accidental discoveries of fossils and crimes, drones have been behind some fascinating discoveries.

A guide to the confusing Internet of Things standards world

A guide to the confusing Internet of Things standards world

Google's recently announced Thread standard for communication between devices connected to the Internet of Things joins several similar efforts.

The FBI is both worried and excited about driverless cars

The FBI is both worried and excited about driverless cars

An FBI report lays out both the potential for driverless cars to be used as weapons and its advantage as a surveillance tool.

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