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Google Chrome; JQ on Fox

Google introduced a new Web browser called Chrome today. For a quick analysis of what it could mean for the future of the Web and your online life, catch JQ on the television program Happy Hour on Fox Business today … Continue reading

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Saving Power at Home…in Japan

July 23, 2008 – Kyoto, Japan: In the Land of the Rising Sun, I’m ostensibly witnessing the birth of the stationary fuel cell for homes (for more on fuel cells, check out J-Q.com next week). However, while out running along a promenade … Continue reading

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Time Warner Fumbles the Super Bowl

Time Warner was unable to deliver the Fox channel in high definition during the Super Bowl Sunday night in one of its biggest and most lucrative markets, New York, home of the New York Giants. Flooded with complaints, the cable … Continue reading

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On the Radio

Technology is like Taoism: It reveals the interconnectedness of things. Okay, maybe not. But it's a good excuse for a rambling discussion of technological trends, issues, and advice. Such was the case on Ron Morris' show, The American Entrepreneur, on … Continue reading

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Playing Lead Guitar for Regis & Kelly

Regis & Kelly There's nothing like consumer electronics to get you into the holiday spirit. So to get into the mood I did a couple of segments on LIVE with Regis & Kelly on Tuesday (December 4). JQ On Regis … Continue reading

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The Future of Transportation?

Recently, I had an opportunity to ride the only full-scale magnetic levitation or maglev train operating in the United States. It's a lot more exciting than the video attests, so for the full story, see the cover story in the … Continue reading

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Google Owns You

Google, whose corporate creed includes the motto "You can make money without doing evil," has announced that it will retain personal data on individual Web surfers' searches for only 2 years. And in an another amazing example of TP (technological prevaricaton–see article … Continue reading

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