- The Mountain Lion Experience by Chris
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- From iOS to Windows Phone: Act 3 (The Verdict) by Tarun
- From iOS to Windows Phone: Act 2 (The Experience) by Tarun
- From iOS to Windows Phone: Act 1 (The Motive) by Tarun
- A Month With Metro for Xbox 360 by Chris
- 2012 by Tarun
- Redefining Reading and Sharing: Flipboard for iPhone by Tarun
- Dropping Their Guard by Tarun
- Design Unification with Google Apps by Tarun
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Category Archives: Mobile
A day AFTER the Microsoft announcement for Windows Phone 8. Probably two different agendas, but interesting that both companies are attempting to preempt any Apple announcement.
I wonder what would happen if they carried an iPhone?
Basically, AT&T sees them in the right to limit FT to shared data plans, even though iPhone users demand a more “open” policy on the usage of their data. It’s actually a pretty complex situation: a user sees their data … Continue reading
Love the URL for the letter — signifies the forward movement this startup company has with the partnership.
Thom Heins, Blackberry CEO: We don’t have the economy of scale to compete against the guys who crank out 60 handsets a year. To deliver BB10 we may need to look at licensing it to someone who can do this … Continue reading
Aaron Souppouris summarizes Nokia’s Q2 report on the Verge. Nokia remarks that Q3 won’t be much better, either. Yikes.
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
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
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.
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.
WWDC 2012 was the best keynote in years. Here’s why. Continue reading
The WP7 Marketplace has reached 100,000 apps, faster than Android but slower than iOS. Kevin Tofel at GigaOM thinks this doesn’t mean a whole lot: Here’s the funny thing and part of the reason that the number of apps really … Continue reading
Competes with both the Wii U and Airplay, offering some interesting functionality as well. From Bryan Bishop on the Verge: Game of Thrones was demonstrated as an example, with the Smart Glass app displaying an interactive map of Westeros, pinpointing … Continue reading
Rafe Blandford, reporting for “All About Windows Phone,” reveals stats on applications in the WP7 Tango marketplace and the compatibility with phones that have 256MB of RAM (Lumia 610 being the most important): However, if we look at the 10,000 … Continue reading
Great headline. Brian X. Chen for NY Times: Customers with unlimited plans will get to keep their unlimited plans. But when shared data plans become available, the unlimited option will no longer be available to customers when they buy a … Continue reading