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Age of Acceleration Literally Center Stage at ITEXPO

You may have seen my article in a multi-day USA Today insert recently where the topic was the Age of Acceleration. In it I detailed how the world is moving faster and technology is playing a crucial role in allowing...

Vantrix CMO Gives Thoughts on Wireless Data Caps

I have mentioned before that even if you feel your data usage will never exceed 2GB, you are likely underestimating your broadband needs of the next few years. This is without a doubt the case as you start to stream...

Amazon's Kindle Embraces Facebook and Twitter

The e-reader which really popularized the category is under attack from the iPad and is fighting back - will these social media updates make a difference or is it too little too late? When it comes to the tablet/e-book reader...

Debate Over In-Flight Calling Continues

The debate about using phones on flights has continued for a few years and currently through a mix of regulations and technology firewalls, passengers are prohibited from talking while in-flight. The USA Today reports that a coalition of manufacturers, carriers...

Will Some Wireless Carriers Be Forced to Promote Skype?

Recently I detailed how a single device - the iPhone changed the fortunes of AT&T Wireless. Every wireless carrier is looking for a way to have that one amazing gadget that drives traffic and reduces churn. But what if another...

Twitter Allows Customers Immediate Response To Ads

For advertisers who haven't done a great job building focus groups to ensure the ads they run are received well by customers, you may want to check out this article about how Twitter users responded negatively to a Motrin ad...

Facebook Security Breach

As more and more people use Facebook, it is worth noting that more hackers are looking for ways to get at this information. This article discusses the latest in successful attempts to to crack a social networking site. In this...

Google Android Apps Arrive

We have all likely heard about Google Android but for the first time, we will now be able to get our hands on applications that are specifically designed for Android. A La Mobile is the name of the company who...

Google Gears

Google’s announcement that they have launched Google Gears is significant as it means the plethora of web-based applications which once were not able to run without internet connectivity can now function without a connection. The technology is available as open-source...

Vonage Has No Workaround

Apparently the Verizon patents are sufficiently broad as to not allow Vonage to have a workaround. This according to the USA Today. I was wondering myself how a workaround could take place on these patents as they seem to cover...

No Laptops on Planes

Regulators are exploring how to deal with the emergence of laptop fires on airplanes. Talks of banning laptops and other battery powered devices is taking place as you read this. This is quite a horrifying thought. Here are the details...

Cable Companies Vulnerable?

There are some very smart people in the telecom business who are betting on the cable companies as the winners in the service provider wars. Their logic goes something like this. The cable companies have relationships with content providers and...

Education Olympics

According to Cisco CEO John Chambers, America has fallen behind in math and science. Here is a direct quote from an article appearing on CNET: Education and research. It is no longer accurate to say America is falling behind on...

Google As Memory

For better or for worse Google is substituting as long-term memory for many people. Think of it as your brain’s hard disk. USA Today Story....
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