Month: April 2011

Is TomTom the Most Unethical Company in Tech?

Recently, reports have surfaced that GPS manufacturer TomTom sold the information it collected regarding the speed of its customers to
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How to Watch The Royal Wedding

Personally, I have less interest in the royal wedding than I do in watching milk curdle but I realize I
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China Patent Wars: Huawei Sues ZTE

Huawei today filed lawsuits in Germany, France, and Hungary against ZTE a fellow Chinese manufacturer of telecom equipment – with
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Amazon EC2 Outage: What The Experts Tell Us

The recent Amazon outage of its EC2 service affected a number of leading-edge companies who in some cases used the
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Duh – Tech, Winning!

The Silicon Valley real estate market is going through a boom and you can thank the cloud, Google, Facebook and
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Nokia Lays Off Due to Apple Success

7,000 people will be laid off by Nokia because of loss of market share to Apple. How bad is the
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Apple Responds to Locationgate

With the controversy surrounding the data being gathered by smartphones with Apple and Google operating systems, Apple has decided to
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C3 Technologies Advances 3-D Maps

Stunningly realistic 3-D mapping technology is coming out of C3 Technologies – a company using multiple cameras on airplanes coupled
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Is Apple Telegraphing A Tablet Market as Large as PCs?

I’m Predicting 500,000,000 tablets sold by 2015 (updated – an eagle-eyed reader noticed I left out 3 zeros for the
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eBay Buys Where.com for Hyper-Local Deal Offers

In the race to become a leader in the local deal market – companies seem to be tripping over one
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