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Pumped for StartupCamp5's Fast-paced Startup Pitches

I'm headed out to ITEXPO East, taking place next week from January 31 through February 3, at the Miami Beach Convention Center, in Miami, Florida. One of the the items of my must-see list is StartupCamp5 Comm Edition, collocated with...

With Steve Jobs' Passing is Flash for the iPhone/iPad Now Possible?

Everyone in the technology world - and the world in general - mourns Steve Jobs' passing. My Facebook News Feed is still filled with friends who changed their profile photo to something Apple or Steve Jobs related. But I do...

Millions Change Facebook Profile Picture to Honor Steve Jobs

Millions of Facebook users have changed their Facebook profile picture to honor Apple co-founder Steve Jobs who died yesterday from pancreatic cancer. According to Facebook, 628 million active users changed their Facebook profile picture to a real Apple, the Apple...

Steve Jobs the Man, the Myth, the Legend: How it began.

I grew up as a computer geek in the late 70s through the 80s into the 90s admiring Bill Gates much more than Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs was just "that other computer guy" whose computers were used by less than...

The HTML5 Revolution

When Steve Jobs and Apple blocked Adobe Flash from Apple's popular line of mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch), Apple's main claims against Flash were that it was too processor-heavy, a battery hog, and that HTML5 was a better standard...

Silverlight on iPhone?

ZDNet's Microsoft blogging guru (guru-ess?) Mary Jo is reporting on a rumor of Silverlight coming to the Apple iPhone. This is based on a WSJ report that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer may make an appearance at the upcoming Apple World...

HP Debuts First Multi-touch Notebook -- Yes HP, Not Apple (Now That's a Surprise!!!)

From the first time Steve Jobs demonstrated "the pinch" -- the two-finger gesture used to zoom in and out of photos and Web pages on the iPhone -- some Apple observers assumed it was just a matter of time before...

Mac Mini Going Bye-Bye?

The Mac Mini may be pronounced dead as soon as today's Apple earnings conference call, as two major retailers in Europe have confirmed that they can't order any more of the little doodad. While this could signal an updated model...

Much Ado about the Apple 'Brick'

Mac enthusiasts have been transfixed lately by the mystery product, code-named "brick," that's due for release later this month.Some bloggers and pundits have suggested it might be a new iteration of Apple TV or an updated Mac Mini. But according...

Woz: The Engineer Behind the Apple

At the 2008 Intel Developer Forum, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak (right in photo) took the main stage to talk about his love of engineering and science, the process behind developing the Apple II personal computer, and what it's like to...

The Apple Is Never Dull ...

Never a dull moment in the land of Apple.(Who said tech is dull?) Just take a look at just some of the recent news (most of it today, in fact): 3 million iPhones sold in the first month (more...

1 Million iPhones and Counting ...

Guess all of the problems haven't stemmed the tide of iPhone sales since the 11th, with Apple announcing sales of 1 million units just a couple of days after launch (see the official press release here).How about this quote: "iPhone 3G...

Looking to Predict Apple's Future

Predicting the new gadgets that Apple might throw at us is a favorite parlor game of the technology industry, Wall Street and the blogosphere. The latest chatter is that Steve Jobs will reveal at a developer conference beginning June...

JAJAH Mobile VoIP client for the iPhone

JAJAH, today announced that it is building on its current Apple iPhone call-back offering by participating in the iPhone Developer Program "to create possibly the first native global VoIP application." Sorry, Jajah, but truphone beat you to it with their...

VoIP on Apple iPhone a No Go unless over WiFi

At the Apple iPhone SDK event, Steve Jobs stated that if someone develops a VoIP program for the iPhone, Apple will allow it if it goes over WiFi and not the cellular network. Apple will in fact BLOCK VoIP applications...

Free iPhone if...

you're an Apple employee. Steve Jobs is giving all of his 20,000 Apple employees an early Christmas/Hanukuh/<insert your holiday> present by giving them all free Apple iPhones! Sweet! Each iPhone is valued at $599 (£299) which when multiplied by 20,000...

CompUSA store closings

CompUSA will close more than half of its retail computer and electronics stores in the next two to three months. CompUSA said it would shutter 126 stores - it currently operates 225 in the U.S. and Puerto Rico - within...

Jobs, DRM and the Record Labels: It's a Finger-Pointing Festival!

Of course we're excited about Steve Jobs saying that he'd love to offer all of us free music on iTunes, but the record labels have his hands tied with their DRM schemes. (All kinds of reports on that here and here.)...

Apple iPhone - more secret than a covert CIA operation

Steve Jobs has outdone himself with the successful launch of the Apple iPhone at CES yesterday that continues to cause reverberations and major buzz today. What I would like to know is how Steve Jobs kept the iPhone so secret....

At the Core of the Apple: Jobs Up Close

With the Apple and MacWorld rumor mills working overtime this week in prepraration for the big shindig in SF coming soon, lots of Apple news., views, etc., to consider and digest. Best I've seen so far is thisone that gives...

Will iPod Phone Make a MacWorld Debut?

Albert Einstein worked in the patent office examining patents and look what happened to him. Seems many today love looking at Apple's patent applications to see what they are up to, too. With that in mind, how about this report (and speculation) about...

Apple Cell Phone on Its Way?

Why is this man smiling, you ask?Don't suppose it's in response to all of the recent chatter about Apple's September 12 special meeting/announcement and, separately, Apple's cell phone plans. Great article on AppleInsider lays out the intrigue about product development of this mysterious...

Creative Technology Sues Apple Over iPod

Who would ever think that the Wall Street Journal is must reading for real gadget guys and gals? (let's not use "gadget gurus" please)? Well, today's edition has a very interesting article about how Creative Technology (best known for...

Apple Celebrates 30th Anniversary Tomorrow

No, this isn't an April Fool's Day joke.Apple Computer will celebrate its 30th anniversary tomorrow.  Really hard to believe that! But for all of you doubters, take a look at Apple-History.com, which offers an exhaustive look at all things Apple. (Yes, there...

Jobs & Apple Hear the Music (and Let You Make It Lower)

Didn't take Steve Jobs and Apple long to respond to my blog entry on "How to Prevent Hearing Loss" from a week ago.Seems Apple just announced a software update for the iPod that would let users set a maximum volume...
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