Mark SullivanSenior Editor, TechHive

Mark has been writing about networks - social and wireless - since 2005. Independent and outgoing, he enjoys travelling, wine, and skiing. His favorite book is "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand.

A brief history of GPS

The government-run satellite navigation system has revolutionized industry after industry and breathed new life into consumer technology. Here’s how we got here.

Google Glass Horror Stories From Your Privacy-Free Future

Google's stylish augmented reality glasses may extend the company's powerful reach from the digital world into the real world, with some alarming implications.

Sprint Launches New 4G LTE Service in 15 Cities

New service launches in Georgia, Kansas, Missouri and Texas as Sprint is transitions from the older WiMAX technology to the much faster and more cost-efficient LTE flavor of 4G.

Personal Data Vaults Put You in Control of Your Data Online

New startups have emerged to help consumers secure, manage, and share their personal data exclusively with trusted individuals, companies, and institutions.

TechHive: How Rock Concert Tech Works

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The people who produce rock concerts are always looking for new ways to thrill and surprise us, and they're increasingly turning to technology to do it. Here's how some of the major components of the "big show" work.

How rock concerts work

The concerts you see this summer will use some fancy technology to give you that good old rock 'n' roll feeling.

Google Nexus 7: A Missile Aimed Directly at Amazon's Kindle Fire

Google is very likely selling the $200 Nexus 7 at less than cost, but will do so happily if that's what it takes to win the love of would-be Kindle Fire buyers.

Google I/O: Chrome Browser Improvements; Chrome and Google Drive for iOS; New Chromebooks

Google rolled out a series of improvements to some of its core web products on Day Two of its giant developer conference in San Francisco.

Analysis: Verizon 'Share Everything' Plans a Mixed Bag for Consumers

Starting on June 28, all new Verizon customers will have a single data plan for all their wireless devices. But the devil is in the details.