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Dell to Enter Smartphone Fray?

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Dell is planning to release two new SMARTPHONES at the upcoming Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona. To say it's a tall order to break into this market would be an understatement. Just ask...

TMC Blogs: The Week in Review

What was the big story this week? No doubt it was the inauguration of Barack Obama, as the 44th President of the United States and the first African-American to hold that post. Truly a historic day for our nation: a...

Smule's Ocarina: Number One With a Bullet!

   Talk about your hot viral apps! Smule, the developer of the wildly popular Ocarina application for use on Apple's iPhone, today announced that it's jumped to the top of the charts in several Apple App Stores around the world, including the...

#$%^&* Apple!

It figures. Do something to help the masses identify where they can get an iPhone 3G and Bam! No good deed shall remain unpunished. Earlier today I blogged about the Top Muffin iPhone 3G Availability Tracker, and how it was helping...

iPhone Shortage Dissipating

It is true that in the wake of the recent iPhone 3G launch, Rich Tehrani had trouble finding one. But according to Top Muffin's iPhone 3G Availability Tracker -- which tracks which stores have inventory based on Apple's own information --...

iPhone App Store Goes Live; Get Salesforce To Go

Apple's iPhone App Store is now live. And Salesforce.com has announced that its Salesforce CRM applications and Force.com platform are available as Salesforce Mobile applications for iPhone from the App Store.  In order to get access to the App Store, you...

New iPhone Details Available

TMCnet’s Michael Dinan has been following the developments as they relate to today’s big announcement from Apple chief executive Steve Jobs as he unveiled an upgraded iPhone at a San Francisco developers’ conference.   Check out the latest news regarding...

All You Need Is… $600 Mil?

The Beatles are coming to iTunes. After years spent working out the kinks, an agreement has been reached between iTunes and erstwhile cute Beatle Paul McCartney. Word in the UK’s Daily Telegraph is that iTunes will pony up as much...

Jobs Macworld Keynote: Updating

...The new iPod Touch software will cost existing users $20.   The upgrades will be included in new iPod Touch devices purchased going forward   Jobs announced iTunes Movie Rentals... launching with 1,000 films by the end of February —...

Jobs Macworld Keynote: Still More News

...Time Capsule is essentially an Airport Extreme base station with WLAN (802.11n) and 4 Ethernet ports designed to allow wireless backups of all MACs in your home.   It works with Apple’s Time Machine, which is the automatic backup that’s...

Apple Files Patents for Location-Based Services

  Forbes is reporting this morning that Apple is keen on getting into the location-based services game and has gone to the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office to file several interesting patent applications to that end.   In one filing,...

Broadsoft Connections: Guy Kawasaki and Microsoft’s OCS?

I’m out at the Broadsoft Connections conference in Phoenix, AZ and I’m trying to stay as productive as possible while meeting with senior-level executives at a number of Broadsoft’s partner companies.   The event kicked off with an introductory keynote...

Art Rosenberg on UC and the iPhone

Art Rosenberg is taking a Unified Communications and customer service angle in his latest report.   According to Rosenberg:   I have discussed “Consumer UC” in the past as something that will require traditional telephone call centers to get ready...

Update on Queueing Up for the iPhone

Updating yesterday’s entry about queues forming for the iPhone…   I placed a few quick calls to the stores nearest my house and discovered that there about 40 people in line to buy an iPhone at the Palisades Center Mall...

Ovum on iPhone... Plus Fighting the Urge

Steven Hartley, senior analyst at Ovum issued the following comments regarding Apple’s iPhone, which is set to launch this afternoon.   “For the consumer the iPhone is expensive and technically not unique. It is a simple proposition of integrating iTunes...

Will You Wait In Line For Your iPhone?

The Apple stores nearest my house (Woodcliff Lake, NJ and West Nyack, NY) will be closing tomorrow from 2–6pm to “get ready.” The iPhone will make its debut at 6pm at those locations.   So far, no reports of would-be...
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