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.


This $9 computer might be more useful than Raspberry Pi

This $9 computer might be more useful than Raspberry Pi

A Kickstarter campaign promises a $9 computer with a larger processor than Raspberry Pi and the ability for cheap and easy mobile computing.

Snake, the original mobile game, is coming to Android and iOS

Snake, the original mobile game, is coming to Android and iOS

The game's original creator is launching an updated version, called Snake Rewind, for iOS and Android on May 14.

Genius registered CarlyFiorina.org domain to highlight former HP exec's layoffs

Genius registered CarlyFiorina.org domain to highlight former HP exec's layoffs

Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina is running for president, but forgot to register the domain name, CarlyFiorina.org. The guy who did is using it to shine a light on Fiorina's many layoffs while at the helm at HP.

Comcast launching 2-gig broadband to trump Chattanooga's municipal gigabit offering

Comcast launching 2-gig broadband to trump Chattanooga's municipal gigabit offering

With its 2-gig Gigabit Pro service in Chattanooga, Comcast is challenging the country's most successful municipal broadband project, which has long offered its residents affordable 1-gig internet speeds.

Video: Oculus Rift-controlled robot could be your 'personal avatar'

Video: Oculus Rift-controlled robot could be your 'personal avatar'

What do you get when you combine a robot with Oculus Rift?

How your smartphone use could affect your credit

How your smartphone use could affect your credit

Lenders are looking at smartphone metadata to help develop an approximate credit score for those who don't have much credit.

8 DEMO Traction products you have to see

8 DEMO Traction products you have to see

Keep up with the most exciting products at the DEMO Traction conference in San Francisco.

Study: Self-driving cars will make a lot of people sick

Study: Self-driving cars will make a lot of people sick

A recent study concluded that self-driving cars could cause an increase in motion sickness.

Florida teen charged with felony hacking for using password his teacher showed him

Florida teen charged with felony hacking for using password his teacher showed him

After using an administrator password, which was just his teacher's last name, to log into his middle school's network and change the background image to a photo of two men kissing, a 14-year-old found himself and charged with a...

How Connecticut set itself up to be the first gigabit state

How Connecticut set itself up to be the first gigabit state

Connecticut is moving ahead with a statewide gigabit broadband initiative after resolving a surprisingly simple, but common, issue standing in the way of fiber deployment.

Why augmented reality is expected to be four times bigger than virtual reality

Why augmented reality is expected to be four times bigger than virtual reality

Although virtual reality products like Oculus Rift have attracted more attention lately, augmented reality devices like Google Glass might have more potential in the market.

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