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iPads Banned in Israel

iPad buyers beware - that shiny new gadget that made the flight so enjoyable will really upset you when you land in Israel and it is taken away. You will get it back when you leave but you will have...

Popbox: The Flash vs. Apple War Gets Interesting

Expect TVoIP to be a big part of the reason Adobe's Flash becomes more important - all while Apple and others continue to try to bury the technology before it is even dead. Wired explains that the new $129 popbox...

Coal a Factor in Data Center Location?

Greenpeace has recently decided that going after oil drillers and coal miners is not enough and they plan to focus on companies they believe to be polluting by expanding their efforts into the data center market. More specifically the company...

Mossberg iPad Video Review

Walt Mossberg has had an iPad for about a week and in a video review he points out some of the good and bad. The bad first - he points out a lack of USB ports (there is a USB...

Adobe, Google Partner on Flash, Chrome Integration and APIs

This weekend we will see the launch of the new Apple iPad, a device which has the potential of being very successful if early indications are accurate. But for all the benefits this new computer form factor may bring its...

PureEnergy Video Interview at CTIA 2010

Greg Wolff is demonstrating a new iPhone case which charges automatically when place on the company's power mat and has a pass through which allows you to plug into a PC. Carl Ford is sitting on the right.This new product...

AT&T Increases Capacity with COWs

Did you ever wonder how wireless carriers increase capacity in specific areas where large crowds gather? Well, one way is they can bring out cell (towers) on wheels or COWs and use them to augment the cell towers in the...

Apple iPhone Developer Agreement Made Public

Dear developers, you have no power, no recourse beyond $50 and are at our complete mercy. NASA has an iPhone app and the mere fact that this government agency chose to develop one means that the EFF was able to...

Google Apps Marketplace Brings Walled Garden to the Desktop

Years back TMC launched a magazine titled IMS which stands for IP Multimedia Subsystem - and represented an architecture model allowing carriers to open up their networks to developers who would in turn take a revenue split in exchange for...

iPhone Becomes Remote Control

Just when you thought your smartphone is maxed out and can't do much more, along comes the ThinkFlood RedEye mini dongle which allows your iPod Touch or iPhone to become a television remote control. An interesting note about this product...

LastApp: A Reason to Jailbreak your iPhone

One of the most frustrating parts of using the iPhone is that it does not allow you to quickly switch between applications. Seriously - my kingdom for a back button. On a PC, we use Alt-Tab constantly and it is...

When will Environmentalists Learn to Leave Apple Alone?

With the advent of climategate and scientists who have changed their mind on global warming, it is surprising that environmentalists are still harassing companies about their carbon emissions. While it is reasonable to pressure computer companies to not use carcinogenic...

Let Companies, not Government Create Jobs

Maybe it's because I am a techie or perhaps because I have seen how the post office, tax code and department of motor vehicles works - but I am fairly certain that an investment by Intel - in this case...

Windows Phone 7 is Really Version 3.0?

For years, Microsoft products have been known to be pretty poor until version three came around - at which point they were pretty good. Based upon the early comments about Windows Phone 7, this update seems to be the...

Apple Antitrust Issues

Apple has a very closed ecosystem and at least some think the company may be headed down the road of antitrust litigation if it isn't careful. This article asserts the problem Apple could get into is an area where Google...

Microsoft Under Scrutiny

In a recent post I mentioned that years back I launched the world's first Tablet computing conference and at the time our fortunes were tied to Microsoft. Obviously the tablet PC market did not take off and now that the...

And the iPad Hype Continues

As Mashable points out, Stephen Colbert continues the iPad hype by taking one out of his pants at the Grammy's. Others in the audience may not have thought it was cool but I certainly did. Check out the video below...

Why Adobe Investors Should Be Scared

While it is way too early to say Adobe's Flash platform is doomed - it seems Apple is really pushing the issue of making it irrelevant. After years of not having Flash on the iPhone, developers (TMC included) have been...

iPad's Lack of Flash and Openness a Blow to Publishers

 Last year I called lack of Flash support on the iPhone the real Apple Tax. This is still the case and since this post, TMC had to spend significant development resources to create an iPhone specific site which converts our...

iPod, iPhone, iPad - Will it Be a Hit Too?

 Steve Jobs just unveiled a new Apple iPad tablet - the iPad - with a 9.7 inch screen and weight of 1.5 pounds. Virtually all the rumors were right - I blogged about the potential screen sizes just this week...

Apple Tablet Update

Interesting news from ITEXPO last week was buzz that the much anticipated Apple tablet device is floating around in Asia and has been spied in 5, 7 and 10-inch formats. One of my sources tells me they think the devices...

HTML 5 Plus H.264 not as Open as you Think

If you stream any video on your site, this news could drastically increase your future costs. Here is an excellent article from Christopher Blizzard on HTML 5 video and H.264 which delves into the potential problems we could see on...

Apple Tablet Optimized for Books, News

It seems based on numerous reports that the Apple tablet will be optimized for books and newspapers meaning we may see some very innovative screen technology when the device is released. Why? Well e-readers generally don't use the same screens...

A Blackberry Bold User Reviews Droid from Motorola

Luca Filigheddu does a 24-hour review of the Droid from Motorola and as a faithful Blackberry Bold user his viewpoints are quite important. The screen size has double the real estate according to Luca and the audio quality and reception...

Google Breaks Cardinal Supplier Rule

There is an unwritten rule that companies who compete with their customers are inviting trouble. When companies break this rule, generally their competition will use this information against them when there is a bid on the table. Over time, when...
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