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Category Archives: News
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.
This would make the Kinect a great solution for applications beyond just gaming — like physical therapy or fitness exercises. The amount of depth is pretty amazing.
Love the URL for the letter — signifies the forward movement this startup company has with the partnership.
The Daily is a good idea in principle — as tablet marketshare goes up, so will news media on tablets. The issue is the experience continues to be subpar compared to free alternatives. Slow loading times, laggy page turns, and … Continue reading
It’s Hotmail with a pretty impressive Metro skin on top. This is the beginning of a bigger transition to match Apple’s iCloud offering by making a completely web based solution. So far the start is impressive and hopefully more development … Continue reading
Phil Schiller: Just a year after the incredibly successful introduction of Lion, customers have downloaded Mountain Lion over three million times in just four days, making it our most successful release ever. And by incredibly successful, he means 1 million … Continue reading
And I’m not surprised.
The Safari experience is probably crippled on Windows due to a lack of the Core features in Mac OS.
From the team on Kickstarter: In terms of our schedule, we’re sticking pretty closely to an aggressive timetable we put together at the end of May (remember our first timetable was created before we launched on Kickstarter, when we were … Continue reading
It’s always a pleasure to read his reviews, and that’s largely due to his intense attention to detail. Here are some highlights of things that I found to be “additional” of what most already know about the OS: Coverage of … Continue reading
Aaron Souppouris summarizes Nokia’s Q2 report on the Verge. Nokia remarks that Q3 won’t be much better, either. Yikes.
Marissa has a huge challenge, but she has a lot of experience too. She has been at the helm of many key projects, including News and the unified search bar (she has patents for both). I was most intrigued that … 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.
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
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.
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
Kara Swisher points out a few other key mistakes Thompson has made during his tenure, but a false résumé shouldn’t have been the thing that pushes the company over the edge. In any case, it is a welcome sight to … Continue reading
9 to 5 Mac with the scoop. This is one area that Apple has been dependent on a third-party for, and using in-house software/development will seal the deal in terms of having complete control over the OS. I don’t really … Continue reading
Normal job application rules don’t apply in high level position hunting — especially when headhunters were looking for someone to run a company..