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Apps, Blogs Boom

A few news items caught my eye this morning thanks to a newsletter from Business Insider: Apps downloaded in iTunes will exceed music sold through iTunes by year end, according to one estimate.Gawker Media is now bigger online than all...

The Splinternet Grows. HTML5 to Slow it Down

The only thing we need now is an open HTML5 store which handles the billing for developers who want the widest audience possible as their creative work is monetized. In January of 2008 I used a term Splinternet to describe...

Alcatel-Lucent Outlines Next Generation Communications

Having recently purchased a Sony Dash which I still need to take out of the box, I am obviously intrigued by the idea of devices which allow widgets to run on them. Apparently Alcatel-Lucent too is enamored with the concept...

Blackberry Torch 9800 Analysis

 The launch of RIM's latest phone the Torch 9800 certainly wasn't a secret and although I haven't had time to test the device as of yet, I am impressed with much of what the Canadian company has packed into its...

Mobile YouTube Site Shows Cloud's Potential

iJustine's videos on the mobile version of YouTube running on an iPhone 4 Without a doubt one of the best results of the feud between Microsoft and Google is the migration towards web-based apps by the search giant. Two things...

iTunes and User Accounts Hacked

This past weekend I covered the hacking of the iTunes App Store and it seems user accounts now have been compromised as well. Some users have seen unauthorized spending in their accounts hit $1,400 and Apple is being slow to...

The Internet is Down, Happy 4th of July

Just moments ago I mentioned that it looks like the iTunes App Store was hacked. Now reports are surfacing that YouTube and Wikipedia have been hacked as well. Just a note that I haven't been able to duplicate any of...

Apple iTunes App Store Hacked

It appears according to a report from The Next Web that the iPhone App Store has been hacked and so have accounts. According to the article: The rankings in the books category of the US iTunes store features 40 out...

Software to fix iPhone 4 Antenna

Sadly the famous death grip will still cause calls to drop The controversy regarding the iPhone 4 death grip - the so-called way of holding the iPhone 4 to get it to lose its signal and drop a call takes...

Wired on iPad Gets an Update

How the App Store Helps Magazine Publishers Hundreds of thousands of Wired fans downloaded the company's premiere app from the Apple App Store on the iPad. My contacts at Conde Nast, the parent company of Wired explain the company likes...

DashPad App Store Alternative to Get Weather Widget

Recently I wrote about the DashPad environment from PXL Creations which allows iPad users to utilize Safari instead of the App Store to install widgets which multitask and allow you access to a bunch of tools like a calculator, notepad,...

Apple App Store the OPEC of the West

I try to always look out for my readers and as such I have been one of the harshest critics of closed app stores and how they could change the computing paradigm via censorship which is not good for users....

Google's Thoughts on Apps Marketplace

Recently I wrote about the Google Apps Marketplace and how it brings a walled garden approach to the desktop and my thesis revolved around the idea that a few years back you could download any piece of software you wanted...

Microsoft to Help OEMs with Windows Phone 7 Development

It is no secret that apps are the key to platforms and anyone who lived through the eighties remembers the massive advantage Apple computers had over PCs in the graphic design world because of programs like PageMaker and Quark Express....

DashPad Brings Widgets to iPad via Safari

For most developers, Apple's App Store is a dream as it allows you to publish an application, allow Cupertino to deal with distribution and then receive regular paychecks as products are purchased and downloaded. That is of course unless your...

Bezos Says Kindle Potential now only 10% of Market

Assuming all households were once candidates for the Kindle, the iPad has just taken 90% out of the book reading market leaving just 10% - the serious book readers to buy the Kindle. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos explains in fact...

Summertime iPad Shutdown Warning!

 If you use your iPad in bright sunlight you will likely have to turn the brightness all the way up so you can see the screen. The problem becomes that after a while the unit can overheat, issue an overheating...

Steve Jobs is My Hero but He Scares Me

I should start out this post by saying I believe that the momentum Apple has gained in the mobile and now tablet space is probably close to unstoppable in the near-term. Short of Steve jobs resigning and someone messing it...

Hootsuite Hootlet on the iPad

On a PC, I have become dependent on the Hootsuite Hootlet which allows me to rapidly post links to social networks immediately or at a preset time. It also automatically shrinks the URL making it oh so easy to post...

Apple Pages for iPad Gets Update

I spent yesterday morning in New York talking with Ooma and I decided to take only my iPad to the meeting. Normally you know me as the buy who lugs a bag full of gadgets, chargers and batteries everywhere I...

Rich's iPad is Very Cold

Wow - it took a while but the iPad 3G the team ordered for me is slowly making it to Connecticut. In theory it will be here tomorrow - in time for me to totally forget all the other things...

Android Runs on Older iPhones

You have to hand it to hackers... As thanks to their hard work you can now run Android and the Android OS on your 2G iPhone. Expect the 3G version to be out soon, followed by the 3GS which apparently...

Volcanoes, Google Censorship, Facebook and More

While the world has been awash in news regarding volcanoes and the beginning of endless probes of Goldman Sachs I decided to spend some time putting together other news you should be aware of. After all, if you are watching...

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...
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