Seems like Academy Awards emcee Jon Stewart managed to include iPhone and Wii-related compedy bits in last night's Oscar telecasts.Engadget has posted a grab from one of those moments.
Russell Shaw's blog describes the emerging world of converged content, plus the Internet and mobile carriers, devices and services that sell and distribute this content to enterprises and consumers.
They are very excited at the University of Melbourne today.I mean, wouldn't you be if today was the day you were formally announcing and demonstrating a chip that could transmit five gigabits per second of data over a wireless connection, for a distance of up to 10 meters (abour 32 feet)The website of Melbourne, Australia's The Age newspaper has the story.
Hey, on this relatively light news Friday, I see a YouTube video has just gone up in which mit9901 shows someone (maybe him) in the act of drinking beer out of his iPhone.Of course this isn't really possible, but why not go along with the suspension of disbelief meme here?
On Slashdot bright and early this a.m., Soulskill puts up a post from mklickman that draws attention to a conundrum many laptop Internet users face:Use a wireless router or subscribe to wireless broadband?
I've been trying to wrap my head around the uptake possibilities for T-Mobile's new Talk Forever VoIP-type service.It's now live in Seattle and Dallas.
Technology described in a newly published Apple Patent application would let podcast viewers and listeners request personalized podcasts from podcast content creators whose podcasts they subscribe to.The Patent app is entitled, "Creation, Management and Delivery of Personalized Media Items.
Wayne Anderson, from the south Chicago suburb of Antoich, was frustrated that - how shall we say this- his efforts to cancel his Vonage service wasn't handled with the smoothest business process best practices.Wayne was so p.
If you want to geek out on Skype user metrics, Jean Mercier is your guy.Today, Jean posts some juicy Skype data on Skype Journal.
I suppose that in the annals of marketing mishaps, this one rates merely a mention.That doesn't mean it isn't entertaining, though.
Update: Ignacio, who is the customer in this tale, informs The Consumerist thatthe store manager has apologized for asking for his ID. Apparently in a gracious mood, Ignacio has forgiven the store and plans to go in to shop soon.