Adriana Lee

Adriana is the resident writer-slash-culture vulture who has written about everything from smartphones, tablets, apps, accessories, and small biz technology to cooking, fashion, pop culture, newsmakers and the arts. She has appeared on Fox Business News, and her work has been published in Time Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and others. All of this gives her a unique view on her passions, technology and modern lifestyle. You can find her where the two intersect, at TechnoBuffalo, or follow her on Twitter at @Adra_La

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What Happens To Your Google Data If You Die? New Feature Lets You Decide Ahead of Time

What Happens To Your Google Data If You Die? New Feature Lets You Decide Ahead of Time

Adriana Lee

I had a bracing moment a few weeks ago. Taking a break from writing, I dipped into my social networks for a moment and saw something that made me stop cold: My father-in-law was recommended to me as someone I might know and want to connect with. Do I know him? Yes, of course. Do I want to connect with him? Goodness, yes, but that will never happen — he passed away a year and a half ago...

5 Things About Margaret Thatcher — Politician, Scientist, Eco Advocate & Web Fan

5 Things About Margaret Thatcher — Politician, Scientist, Eco Advocate & Web Fan

Adriana Lee

Margaret Thatcher may have been a controversial figure in British history — or, really, world history — but there's little doubt that her passing at age 87 feels like the end of an era. A British Conservative Party leader, she was a no-nonsense politician who may be forever remembered for her uncompromising style as well as her polarizing effect on the public. People either loved her...

News Corp. Ticked After Aereo Legal Win, Issues Threat To Lockup Fox Behind Paywall

News Corp. Ticked After Aereo Legal Win, Issues Threat To Lockup Fox Behind Paywall

Adriana Lee

News Corp. COO Chase Carey isn’t too pleased about the courts siding with Aereo, the startup that pipes broadcast television programming and DVR features via the Internet. All four of the major broadcasters and several TV stations are actively suing to stop the TV-over-Web company, but the Second Circuit federal appeals court just upheld a decision made last summer and nixed the demand...