Opinion: "Feature creep" is making tech devices unmanageable

05/31/2013 | Aging In Place Technology Watch

Microsoft's Windows 8 and Samsung's Galaxy S4 are two examples of nonintuitive design and complexity gone wild, writes Laurie Orlov. They demonstrate the broader tech tendency toward "feature creep" and the attitude that "[b]ecause it is feasible, it shall be so."

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