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August 25, 2015 By NeuralPlay

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NeuralPlay's Reversi employs a strong Neural Network Artificial Intelligence to offer six levels of computer play to challenge both...

June 5, 2011 by

Reconciling the enterprise IT portfolio with social media

With social media features popping up inside existing enterprise applications combined with the crush of enterprise-ready social business platforms, figuring out how to situate social media on an intranet, in content/document management, and within functional verticals inside the has become a significant challenge. Here are some of the key issues for sorting out social media and IT strategy in today's fast moving marketplace.

July 23, 2015 By Abzorba Games LLC

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Roulette Live captures the sprint of a truly awesome week-end in VegasCome on in to the best casino game, spin the wheel at a turn-based...

November 23, 2009 by

Can (and will) Microsoft keep Silverlight compatible across platforms?

Microsoft is adding more and more WPF features to Silverlight (and vice versa). But there is a downside to this strategy: By adding technologies like COM support to Silverlight, Microsoft is doing damage to its story that Silverlight is a cross-platform browser plug-in that supports Windows, Mac -- and, thanks to the Mono folks at Novell , Linux -- equally.

August 18, 2009 by

Microsoft Oslo shifting to the data side

Last year, I heard Brian Loesgen compared Oslo, Microsoft's modeling strategy, to an onion, with many layers of features. Lately, it appears there is another layer to Oslo forming, which ties the platform closer to Microsoft's data programmability stack.

April 1, 2009 by

Apple - Evolutionary or just reinventing the wheel?

John Gruber posts a gushing piece on the genius of Apple's manufacturing and marketing strategy. It got me wondering as to how evolutionary Apple actually is, and if there's any other company in the consumer electronics sector that could take so long to bring basic features to a product and not get massacred by the competition.

March 16, 2009 by

Lenovo reveals 'Pocket Yoga' wide-format netbook

Lenovo seems to have taken a page from Sony's marketing strategy for its Vaio P-Series, which is intended for fashionable cosmopolitan people, by revealing -- without any information or specifications -- its "Pocket Yoga" wide-format netbook.The netbook features a tablet screen with a digitizing pen and a tiny leather belt that wraps around the entire unit for travel, and then folds up to become some sort of travel mouse.

May 12, 2008 by

Official: Google's 'Friend Connect' brings social networking to the Long Tail

In case you didn't think Google wanted to be a big player on the Social Web -- Orkut, Google Talk and shared items in Google Reader aside -- the search giant revealed an ambitious new strategy today: 'Friend Connect' is a platform designed to help the 'long tail' of sites that don't currently offer social networking features to become more social.

February 27, 2008 by

Apple: All signs point to a more business friendly iPhone

Apple has dropped some serious hints that its iPhone strategy will at least be tweaked--mostly in ways that will court business users.First up, Apple has sent invitations for the launch of the iPhone SDK next week and as David Morgenstern notes the device will have "some exciting new enterprise features.

June 28, 2007 by

You can use the iPhone SIM and wireless data in other AT&T and unlocked phones

I asked the question about the swappability of the AT&T iPhone SIM and haven't seen the answer anywhere, until now. I just read through the Iphone Launch Guide found on The Boy Genius Report and on page 31 of 65 it states that MEdiaNet will be used to access the internet if a customer takes out the iPhone SIM and puts it into another AT&T device. That does it, I will now finalize my purchase strategy and get in line with all the other iPhone fans to try to secure a device tomorrow. As a reviewer, I need the flexibility to swap my SIM into unlocked devices and now that I know this is possible the risk associated with the iPhone is significantly reduced for me. I know that many other features found on other devices are missing from the iPhone, but I want to at least try the experience out for 14 days and if it turns out I like it then I can switch at least my wireless data access to AT&T and sell the iPhone.

June 8, 2007 by

Rich Internet Applications with Apple's Core Animation

There is an article in Wired today talking about some of the new features in OS X Leopard, Apple's upcoming operating system and how these features are going to revolutionize user interfaces. The main technology behind all of this is Core Animation which is something I've been excited about for a while and have talked about here on ZDNet with regards to Apple's Rich Internet Application strategy.


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