- 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
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- Weekly Download #38: Google I/O, Podcasts.app, Mansfield
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Category Archives: News
It’s a pretty insane practice as it is. If an employer wants your password, you probably shouldn’t work for them.
For those of you keeping score: DropBox announced a small update to their services allowing users to share any file within the service, even if it isn’t specifically made public. Microsoft augmented SkyDrive to integrate with Mac OS X finder, … Continue reading
Kotaku reveals in an interview with Gabe Newell, co-founder of Valve, that Tim Cook did not actually visit the company after all: No one here was meeting with Tim Cook or with anybody at Apple that day. I wish we … Continue reading
Tim Berners-Lee: We’re moving towards a world in which people agree not to use information for particular purposes. It’s not whether you can get my information, it’s when you’ve got it, what you promise not to do with it.
Looks like the company is going to completely refocus their direction.
Excellent article by Gerry Smith on HuffPo: A year ago, Maldonado’s computer stopped working and she cannot afford a new one. So almost every day she borrows one of the library’s laptops and sits down at a desk, rushing to … Continue reading
Sad. Yet another example of patents being utterly useless.
Details are still scarce, but Verizon and Redbox are launching a service for subscribers that will allow for streaming or renting of physical media. It will be interesting to see if they can beat the current Netflix pricing.
This was a really great podcast discussing Apple’s new SVP of Retail; How music quality and streaming ability haven’t lined up; Siri’s (un)reliability during its “beta”; Facebook’s ability to make Spotfiy a booming success; Tablets as the new PCs. Enjoyed … Continue reading
On Apple’s “record” Q4 Earnings: It was one of the most profitable quarters ever for any U.S. company, trailing only ExxonMobil’s record-setting $14.8 billion quarter from the fall of 2008, when oil prices were at an all-time high. (via John … Continue reading
Ina Fried for AllThingsD: RIM confirmed late Sunday that it has instilled former co-chief operating officer Thorsten Heins as its new CEO. Board member Barbara Stymiest will take over the board chair position, with former co-CEO Mike Lazaridis assuming the … Continue reading
A fantastic read on the state of electronics manufacturing in the United States, and why the iPhone simply cannot be produced at the scale that China can: Another critical advantage for Apple was that China provided engineers at a scale … Continue reading
Sebastian Anthony, ExtremeTech: The main thing now, then, is to remain vigilant. The internet has won this round, but it’s guaranteed that Congress will try to pass similar laws in the future. With Senator Harry Reid receiving more than $3.5 … Continue reading
We’re back! Tarun and Chris talk about the trends and latest from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) — tablets, mobile phones, and cameras too! Tarun also lays out his predictions for 2012. What do you think? Get in touch with … Continue reading
Roy Bostock, Yahoo! Chairman of the Board: Scott brings to Yahoo! a proven record of building on a solid foundation of existing assets and resources to reignite innovation and drive growth, precisely the formula we need at Yahoo! His deep … Continue reading
Yeah, this will bring everyone back.