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This is actually pretty big news, and here’s why from Edward Moyer for CNET: The U.S. government requires that 95 percent of its electronics bear the EPEAT seal of approval; large companies such as Ford and Kaiser Permanente require their CIOs … Continue reading
This is awesome: The design for three Galaxy tablets doesn’t infringe Apple’s registered design, Judge Colin Birss said today in London in a court fight between the world’s two biggest makers of smartphones. Consumers aren’t likely to get the tablet … Continue reading
Foxconn seems to have won the contract, which is surprising given Apple’s iron grip hold on the supply chain. Sounds like there will be a couple of uncomfortable bedfellows in the next few months. Interesting thought from Dan Frommer: In particular, I’d … Continue reading
I’ve actually noticed Netflix getting some good content back on their streaming catalog. Everyday it makes more and more sense to ditch the DVD model entirely. I give it about 1-2 years.
There, there RIM… we all know it takes a while to recover.
The “upgrade” moves your files over to the new look and feel, and doesn’t include new versions of software like most Mac upgrades. But, the price point and marketing set this up to be a big win for the company, … Continue reading
Tarun and Chris discuss the announcements of Google I/O, including the Nexus tablet and the exciting Glass product. We also touch on the Podcasts app from Apple and say good bye to Bob Mansfield. Thanks for tuning in! Podcast: Play … Continue reading
Google has covered most of the highlights here. The Nexus 7 is more of a competitor to the Kindle Fire, than the iPad. Google will continue to push their tablet offerings against the iPad, but it is clear that entertainment … Continue reading
The first time in a long time that people get delayed orders. Apple’s high quality standard is likely effecting display creation, which probably doesn’t have the best yield right now.
Interesting finding in the new Podcast app from Apple. I think that paid podcasts would certainly be a possibility, especially ones that deliver high quality content. I’d even take it a step further and say that traditional print media would … Continue reading
Great find by Graham Cluley: Apple has changed their marketing messaging to reflect the recent malware attacks. I guess this means that Macs are PCs as well.
Kyle’s Orland’s paragraph here pretty much sums up the bet: Nintendo is counting on rapidly increasing 3DS sales to turn around historic losses for the last fiscal year, but the market for larger Nintendo portables isn’t exactly proven. While the … Continue reading
The Windows 8 announcement has jipped some current Nokia handset owners, including myself. I understand why — my device doesn’t support most of the capabilities the new software includes (NFC support, shared core). No beef with that, and I’m happy … Continue reading
Joshua Topolsky: There is a gray area that exists for me with the iPad. I love using it to read, to browse the web, to share content, to occasionally create content. But there is a moment when I have to … Continue reading
While the innovation is with the software and accessories, but the tablet itself looks slick and elegant. It will be available in Intel and ARM (with WinRT), but the former tablet has USB 3.0 and a tactile keyboard cover.
Google has released this transparency report for the past 2 years, and things are only getting worse. On this list, several countries who had previously complied are now demanding content removal.
As if Skype weren’t bad enough… this is just despicable. I can think of a few better ways to make money: Introduce a Skype enabled API. Create a Skype phone (similar happening next week). Charge for conference calling.
I heard that Amazon will be updating Kindles in July. Hopefully the State is told to wait.
This is way better than a QR Code.