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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...

Microsoft's Huge Mobile Gamble

The mobile market has come full circle from multitasking to single-tasking Microsoft's Windows Mobile and its predecessors distinguished themselves as an operating system which are very desktop-like when compared to devices like a Blackberry or Palm VII. At the beginning...

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...

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 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...

Flash on Google Nexus One Makes App Store Battle Moot

Flash Player 10.1 + Google Nexus One = Mobile Flash = Infinite Apps Although Apple's iPhone does a great job approximating a PC-based browsing experience on the go, lack of Flash support which one past high level Adobe employee blames...

Apples iTablet Confirmed - Why it May Ruin Tech

Some of the most exciting news for all of technology has to be the official introduction of a new product category at Apple - the tablet. After all, the iPod and iPhone were responsible for billions of dollars in new...

iPhone Bluetooth Keyboard Arrives

Finally, a real wireless keyboard for your iPhone If you have been waiting for the day you could attach a Bluetooth keyboard to your iPhone, today is that day. If you don't mind jailbreaking your device, you can then go...

Android-Based iPod Competitor Wanted

I have noticed a trend in the market consisting of people telling me they are waiting for an Android-based iPod competitor which works with WiFi and has a microphone. While many contemplate the Google business model for their new Nexus...

Apple Rumored to Buy VoIP Player iCall

Back in December 2004 I suggested in my Publisher's Outlook column of Internet Telephony Magazine that Apple should get into the VoIP market and I even coined a product name - the VoIPOD. Here is the entire paragraph from the...

iTunes App Store Approval Process Easing

Based on what I have been hearing and reading, the Apple iTunes App Store approval process is getting easier and there seem to be less angry developers out there. This is not only good news for Apple fans but those...

Droid Ads Say iPhone is Girly

Verizon's Droid ads pit the new phone against the Apple iPhone - comparing their manly device to one they infer is girly. To determine which phone has the most testosterone I put both phones through their paces. The verdict? Well,...

Nuance Dragon Dictation for iPhone Launched

The free program for Apple's iPhone is dead easy to use and the accuracy is OK as you can see from this blog entry below. Interestingly I said it worked quite well below but as you can see it need...

Why Apple Spent $80M on LaLa

Apple confirmed they purchased music streaming site LaLa for around $80 million and I believe the reason for the acquisition may have to do with my recent experience with Sonos, a company which makes multi-room, WiFi home stereo equipment. After...

Verizon's Rising Fees Still Makes Sense

Recently I commented about how Verizon's doubling of its early termination fee to $350 makes sense as the company needs to keep investing in ensuring its network is the best in the US. I may be the only person who...

Google Maps Navigation Analysis

As Om Malik points out, turn-by-turn GPS navigation with voice guidance has come to Google Maps and carriers can't be happy about it. Who is even less happy? TomTom and Garmin. According to Google, less than 1% of navigation devices...

The Smart Product Ecosystem and 2D Barcodes

Yesterday I discussed TMC's evolution to a company growing rapidly by building communities in a number of new topical areas. One such space is the smart ecosystem market which focused on the rich relationships between partners in various markets. For...

Would Apple Let Your Product Out its Door?

Is Steve Jobs smarter? Is he just more detail-oriented or does it come down to simply managing a small stable of products with a laser-focus on usability. This is what I thought about as I read this blog post (some...

Can Droid Touch the iPhone or is Resistance Futile?

In February of 2007 I asked candidly if the fact that Verizon chose not to carry the iPhone will be remembered as a telecom blunder and more importantly I predicted in a year's time that we would look back at...

Shazam Discovers Cash

The next time you are in a restaurant listening to some captivating tune and see other people in the restaurant signaling for others to be quiet as they hold their phone up to the ceiling, you may be witnessing someone...

Southern California Trip Update October 2009

As you may know, I am traveling today in Southern California. Here are some things which have come up. IMS is growing in popularity again driven by LTE and other factors. I have heard this quite often and this is...

SPEC: World's First Smart Ecosystem Community Launches

Leveraging Ecosystems Eclipses Developing Products Widgets for TVs, application stores for wireless phones, applets for the connected home and automobiles... The trend is clear as smart ecosystems have emerged on the scene as a new way to generate revenue while...

PayPal's iPhone App Success and More

PayPal's Eric Duprat spent some time talking with me today about his company's success in the mobile world. The first thing worth sharing is they have opened up their developer program and you can find the site at x.com. Other...

3 One-Ups Most App Stores with Handago Partnership

While App Stores are all the rage now with carriers and phone companies and even Oracle/Sun's Java jumping on the bandwagon, perhaps one of the most intelligent things a carrier can do is pause, take a breath and partner with...

The Browser is the Computer

Years ago Sun CEO Scott McNealy said the Network is the Computer - Google hopes he's right Apple can do no wrong - they never could. The company has always had zealous fans who considered Apple products to be like...
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