Imagine downloading an HD movie in only five seconds. That type of Internet speed is around the corner, and it can have a big impact on churches.
Technology columnist Aaron Linne takes a look at two prototype projects by Google and Microsoft, one of which would allow users to wear special glasses and video record their daily lives.
The new ChromeBook and ChromeBox only allow users to operate within a Web browser, but technology columnist Aaron Linne says enough free tools exist online to make this inexpensive option even sweeter, especially for churches looking to purchase multiple new computers.
What if when using an iPad or Kindle Fire, we could read about the biblical story of David and Goliath and actually see the battlefield, or when reading about the Temple we'd see it being built? That reading experience may be only a few years away, says technology columnist Aaron Linne.
A series of recent books seeks to help the church understand and adapt to the social media/digital revolution, says tech columnist Aaron Linne.
Microsoft will release Windows 8 this year, and it could change the desktop world. But is it best for your church or your home computers? Columnist Aaron Linne takes a look.
If you think your church could use an app, it might be a good idea to smart small before getting that first app developed, says technology columnist Aaron Linne.
Technology columnist Aaron Linne examines three technological innovations from October that will fundamentally change the way that our children play with the world around.
Tablet computers like the iPad, Kindle Fire and Google Honeycomb will change the way churches operate in the near future, says tech columnist Aaron Linne, who lists five ways ministry might change.
Baptist Press tech columnist Aaron Linne spotlights the work of Creative Missions in mobilizing tech geeks, design creatives and communications specialists to help teach churches how they can better communicate with their surrounding cultures.