Opinion

Anthony De Rosa

Assessing the Zynga IPO

Anthony De Rosa
Dec 15, 2011 04:48 UTC

As Zynga prepares for the largest technology public offering since Google, I hash it out with Reuters’ tech editor Peter Lauria and reporter Liana Baker over Zynga’s estimated $9 billion valuation.

The highly anticipated release of Call of Duty

Anthony De Rosa
Nov 12, 2011 22:26 UTC

I spoke to tech correspondent Liana Baker about Call of Duty : Modern Warfare 3, the biggest video game release ever.

So you think you have a great idea for an app?

Anthony De Rosa
Oct 26, 2011 19:59 UTC

What goes into making a great application? In a three part series I sit down with Richard Ting, SVP of Social and Mobile Platforms at R/GA to find out.

A look at the operational groups at Occupy Wall Street

Anthony De Rosa
Oct 22, 2011 00:26 UTC

I took a tour of the operational groups at Occupy Wall Street at the start of the third week of the occupation.

How do objects talk to us?

Anthony De Rosa
Oct 5, 2011 02:17 UTC

I stopped by the MoMA exhibit, ”Talk to Me” – and explored how objects communicate with people.

Is technology killing jobs?

Anthony De Rosa
Sep 26, 2011 19:33 UTC

I talked to Jeff Jarvis who discusses how technology has created a lower demand for many type of jobs that are likely never to return. He proposes how we might deal with the consequences.

Who is Anonymous?

Anthony De Rosa
Sep 7, 2011 21:13 UTC

Hacker collective Anonymous has been involved in some of the highest profile hacks in the last couple of years. I talked to Cole Stryker who recently wrote a book about the group.

Kevin Mitnick shows how to hack like a former News of the World journalist

Anthony De Rosa
Aug 29, 2011 19:42 UTC

World renowned hacker Kevin Mitnick hacks my voicemail to demonstrate how phone hacking may have been performed by the News of the World.

Social chaos deciphered through social media

Anthony De Rosa
Aug 29, 2011 19:33 UTC

I use a variety of social tools to monitor, verify and report news. In this video I demonstrate a few of the ones I use most often: Tweetdeck, Storyful, Storify and ScribbleLive.

John Abell on the future of Apple without Steve Jobs

Anthony De Rosa
Aug 29, 2011 18:58 UTC

I spoke with John Abell, New York Bureau Chief for Wired Magazine, about how Apple might turn out over the next few years without Steve Jobs at the helm. John tells us what we might expect and how Apple is a much different company than the one Jobs returned to after his brief exile.

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