Month: August 2012

Dialogic: The Disruptor Combats Disruption

Perhaps nothing has disrupted communications more than Dialogic innovations. This post shows how they are reacting to disruption they initiated
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Are Apple’s Patent Lawsuits Dead Right?

I have often referred to patents between large tech firms as mutually assured destruction as any of these companies can
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Google Leverages Home Page to Promote Nexus Tablet

Google has been “different” for over a decade because the company always resisted overt advertising seen throughout the web. Through
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Siminoff’s POP Station Charger a Winner

Tech rock star Jamie Siminoff is at it again. The inventor of Simulscribe/Phonetag transcription service has a new design lab
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New Microsoft Logo Responds to Apple

Ouch! What a week. Both Dell and HP stocks are getting hammered because they are losing share to Apple. You
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Thanks to All the Press and Analysts Coming to ITEXPO in Austin

I wanted to thank all the press, analysts and bloggers coming to ITEXPO Oct 2-5, 2012 in Austin, Texas. We
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VCs disrupted by Angels thanks to Cloud, Apple, Google and Facebook

How too many investors can lead us to irrational exuberance 2.0 Fred Wilson, managing partner at Union Square Ventures is
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Mosquito Magnet One Solution to West Nile Outbreak

US West Nile cases have just surpassed 1,100, the highest number in a year since 1999 when the disease was
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Pensions May Break Companies like They are Breaking Cities

We know that bloated and unsustainable pensions have already helped bankrupt industries like airlines and more recently cities in California.
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Protecode: Eliminating the Pitfalls of Software Development

Software development productivity has evolved tremendously over the decades as the cost of computing has plummeted rapidly while the cost
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