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December 18, 2011 by

RIM's CEO tandem: portrait of pathetic

Research In Motion's two CEOs have to go. The company has lost investor — and increasingly customer — confidence over the last year, its latest greatest saviour OS is behind schedule, the PlayBook is a disaster and RIM could be circling the porcelain rim if it isn't careful.

April 16, 2011 by

IE 10: decoding native, predicting tablet

Microsoft ruffled a few feathers in the browser community this week by seemingly inventing a new term; native HTML. "The sites that you visit and the sites that you write are better when your browser runs them natively," as IE leader Dean Hachamovitch put it.

March 29, 2009 by

BibleTech 2009; reaching eternity through technology

I love getting together with a bunch of tech geeks and talking tech and I also enjoy getting together with a bunch of brothers in Christ to talk about the Word. Logos Bible Software brings these two worlds together for a conference in the Seattle area and I had the pleasure of participating in BibleTech:2009 on Friday and Saturday. This was the second year of the event and it was encouraging to hear it grew from 77 to 119 attendees. My main interest was in how mobile computing can be used to study and spread the Good News and I was encouraged to see there were three sessions devoted to mobile, with others related and including aspects for the mobile user since mobile tech is becoming more and more a part of our daily lives.

March 26, 2007 by

Google disconnects Google Phone chatter

Is Google really disconnecting the Google Phone?Should we take Alan Eustace, senior vice president of engineering and research, at his Googley word that:“WE’RE NOT DOING A MOBILE PHONE,” as cited by Bloomberg.


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