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Read Before Switching to Verizon for iPhone

Verizon is widely rumored to be releasing the iPhone tomorrow and so many have waited so long for the moment they can either give up an existing device on Verizon’s network or switch from AT&T or other carriers. There are...

From Begging for a Job to Google Millionaire

There are few stories as inspiring as that of Google employee #13 who went from very poor to very very wealthy. Obviously there is an element of being in the right place at the right time here but to me...

Behold the Anticloud - Lapdoc is Born

Are Lapdocs the Future or Palm Foleo 2.0? In May of 2007 Palm introduced the Foleo to a stunned public wondering why the need a device whose only purpose is to sync with their smartphone. Priced similar to a laptop...

Apple Walled Garden Grows

While you have to admire the absolute genius the Apple iTunes App Store and its potential to rake in $2B in revenue this year, the success of the store is the worst thing in the world for those who...

Microsoft Tablet Expensive but does Flash

Microsoft, the company which invented the tablet – Tablet PC just under a decade ago has a long way to go before they understand how to become an important player in the tablet space of today. In short order, the...

News to Know Before New Year's 2011

The bitter fight between Oracle and SAP over copyright infringement got more bitter with courts agreeing SAP owes Oracle $16.5M in interest on the $1.3B award Oracle received. While less than the $211.7M Oracle sought, Oracle will also get reimbursed...

The Apple iOS vs. Android Fight in 2011

As TMCnet's Tom Keating mentions on his blog, there are many factors to consider in the fight for mobile supremecy between Apple, Google Android and yes, even Microsoft. Tom's point about Microsoft injecting itself into the Android relationship with carriers...

Giving Back to At-Risk Youth

I love to see companies give back to their communities and people in need. In fact you may have noticed as of late I have become an advocate of smaller government with far less overhead and taxes; in-part so organizations...

Delicious: A Mess Yahoo Doesn't Need

While Google, Yahoo and Twitter are looking to expand their services into every conceivable area imaginable, Yahoo is going in the other direction as rumors swirl regarding the company shutting down social sharing site Delicious. It is fascinating really and...

No Sympathy for Wikipedia

Wikipedia is a top 10 site on the Internet - an incredible accomplishment putting it in an elite group of sites I feel so callous – I have zero sympathy for Wikipedia’s current and ever-lasting financial woes and even though...

MagicTalk and MagicJack Plus Coming Soon

I’ve followed the IP communications business for well over a decade and in 1997 my company TMC decided to launch a publication called Internet Telephony to focus on what we believed would be a massive trend towards IP communications. At first...

The Internet Lubricates Protests

We have seen how the Internet has changed the telephony business allowing voice and now video conversations to be transmitted as packets. This simple change made Internet voice and video calls free. In addition, we have seen how email has...

Google Furthers Android Everywhere Strategy

Google's recent Phonetic Arts purchase shows the search leader is serious about seeing Android in virtually any and every device you can think of. Phonetic Arts makes software which makes TTS more natural, allowing humans to have a more fluid...

Google Now Ranks Based on CRM

This past weekend I was fairly amazed to read about how a retailer of glasses with very high rankings on Google seemed to thrive on providing service which is extremely aggressive and even hostile. The site, DecorMyEyes.com has an owner...

Google Now Ranks Based on CRM

This past weekend I was fairly amazed to read about how a retailer of glasses with very high rankings on Google seemed to thrive on providing service which is extremely aggressive and even hostile. The site, DecorMyEyes.com has an owner...

Recorded Future Predicts Future

You may have read back in July on TMCnet that Recorded Future is able to track future relationships and has received investment from the CIA and Google's VC arm. More recently, MIT's Technology Review writes how the company is able...

Google Earth 6 Goes 3D

Google Earth 6 has improved quite a bit and most recently has added historical images and 3D trees - a somewhat cartoonish representation of actual trees. The level of detail continues to amaze me and you can see from the...

Dialogic Connections 2010 Live Blog

I am in Budapest, Hungary today and am live blogging the Dialogic Connections event which is hosting a few hundred partners and customers from around the world. A bit of trivia before we get started - Brad Pitt may be...

Ixia Shows Testing Not a Bad Place to be

The tech and communications markets have been generally stable and if anything a beacon of light in the turbulent waters of the general global economy. Specifically though the testing market is doing fairly well – if you are in the...

More College Graduates Want to Friend Facebook

I just became aware of a computer science major from a solid university who just turned down an $82,000 starting salary at Microsoft with the potential of $50k in options over three years for a position at Facebook. Here is...

RockMelt Ties Social Networking to Browsing

The unfairness of it all – was all I could think when I had to access the Opinion section of the Wall Street Journal via the web after getting accustomed to finding it on an iPad app. Those poor people...

Cuil is Dead

For whatever reason - someone mentioned competing with Google I believe, I wondered what Cuil is doing these days. So I visited the site only to find it was gone. A quick search showed this Google competitor which launched with...

Google Instant Comes to Mobile

What is better than Google on your Android device or iPhone? Well of course Google instant on your portable gadget of course. You see when driving your car, the only thing better than searching and driving is searching and driving...

Facebook Extends its Mobile Platform

Although this is a long article - which I admit I didn't have time to finish  - it is worth a read because it gives you an idea of the Facebook mobile strategy and moreover relates it to the Google...

Mobile Banking and Payments the Next Frontier

Without a doubt, one of the greatest new frontiers for technology is to take the banks and credit card companies out – the same way tech companies have taken out retailers, film producers such as Kodak, florists, record companies and...
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