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.

Why I am not deleting my Uber app

Top tech turkeys of 2014

Top tech turkeys of 2014

This Thanksgiving, just be thankful you aren’t associated with any of these people.

15 can't-miss products at DEMO Fall 2014

15 can't-miss products at DEMO Fall 2014

Startups flock to DEMO with stand-out products.

Google's super-secret process for finding potential employees

Google's super-secret process for finding potential employees

Do your web browsing habits make you look smart enough to work at Google?

Silk Road's demise paves way for 'unstoppable' OpenBazaar's rise

Silk Road's demise paves way for 'unstoppable' OpenBazaar's rise

The peer-to-peer market could fill Silk Road's shoes, and it could be much more difficult to bring down.

Silk Road alternatives live on despite second FBI raid

The Silk Road has been shut down once again.

Bitcoin Checkout app takes on Apple Pay

A Bitcoin app embraces NFC, but will it really challenge Apple Pay?

The smartphone that knows when it's been stolen

The smartphone that knows when it's been stolen

If your phone could get to know you, then it could learn to prevent access when someone else tries to use it.

Augmented reality makes for a transparent car

Augmented reality makes for a transparent car

An augmented reality system created by Japanese researchers helps increase the field of vision for drivers.

How the Internet of Things is transforming law enforcement

How the Internet of Things is transforming law enforcement

From connected guns to wearables for canine units, the IoT is spurring change in the law enforcement field.

Hungary protesters throw computer parts at government buildings in fight against internet tax

Hungary protesters throw computer parts at government buildings in fight against internet tax

Protesters are spreading across Hungary to fight an internet tax that the government insists on imposing.

iPhone, Android users unite to boycott anti-Apple Pay retailers

iPhone, Android users unite to boycott anti-Apple Pay retailers

By rejecting NFC for mobile payments, CVS and RiteAid have given iOS and Android users a rare chance to agree on something.

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