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.

Guy who shot down drone actually makes a good point

Yes! Tom Brady's 'Deflategate' suspension has a tech angle!

Yes! Tom Brady's 'Deflategate' suspension has a tech angle!

Tom Brady's recent 'Deflategate' suspension set off a course of events that has had a ripple effect on Samsung and Apple, after Brady revealed that he switched to an iPhone 6 after destroying his Samsung device.

With 'recall,' Fiat Chrysler makes its car hack worse

With 'recall,' Fiat Chrysler makes its car hack worse

With many of Chrysler, Jeep, and Dodge owners looking to find out how to update their cars' Uconnect software after a Wired article showed that it can be hacked, the company is mailing USB drives with the software patch. This makes it...

Watch hackers remotely immobilize a car while it's traveling on a highway

Watch hackers remotely immobilize a car while it's traveling on a highway

Two hackers were able to remotely disable the transmission of a Jeep Cherokee while a Wired journalist was driving it at about 70 miles per hour on a highway.

Why incumbent ISPs should be worried about the broadband market

Why incumbent ISPs should be worried about the broadband market

More evidence that the broadband market is being turned on its head - a coalition has surpassed 100 cities looking to find new ways to bring gigabit-speed broadband to their cities.

A 'black market' for wireless cell service has popped up in Canada

A 'black market' for wireless cell service has popped up in Canada

Some Canadians are apparently taking advantage of pricing discrepancies in different regions to get cheaper cellphone service.

Apple Watch sales down 90% from opening week, report says

Apple Watch sales down 90% from opening week, report says

A new report estimates that Apple Watch sales have fallen off a cliff since its big debut week.

You can't shoot a drone, so what can you do if it invades your privacy?

You can't shoot a drone, so what can you do if it invades your privacy?

It turns out you can't wildly shoot at drones while they're in the air, after a recent lawsuit ruled in favor of the owner of a drone that was shot down by his privacy-concerned neighbor. But if a drone is in fact invading your...

Inside the bold plan to bring gigabit fiber to Detroit

One startup is bringing a Google Fiber-like broadband offering to Detroit. Here's why that might not be as crazy as it sounds.

Wi-Fi router's 'pregnant women' setting sparks vendor rivalry in China

Wi-Fi router's 'pregnant women' setting sparks vendor rivalry in China

One Chinese vendor is claiming its Wi-Fi routers are safer for pregnant women even though it acknowledges that there is no evidence that other routers pose a risk.

Verizon calls New York City's report on FiOS failure a 'union tactic'

Verizon calls New York City's report on FiOS failure a 'union tactic'

Verizon has refuted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's claims that it hasn't held up its end of a past-deadline deal to offer its FiOS service to city residents.

Numbers show how badly Verizon FiOS has failed in New York City

Numbers show how badly Verizon FiOS has failed in New York City

New York City has conducted an audit that shows how short Verizon has fallen from its promise to fulfill all requests for its fiber-based FiOS service by 2014.

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