This is about making it faster and easier for ISVs to sell more of their existing product with little additional modification required.
Now that Apple's tablet has been blessed by the media and is all but confirmed (better hurry up Apple, we're all waiting!) it's time to turn our attention to the name.
It's almost August, folks. We all know what that means, right?
It's pretty obvious that AT&T doesn't care about its customers and that it can't scale to meet the growing demands of its iPhone customers. AT&T's U.
TechCrunch reports that Apple has removed GV Mobile from the App Store. Developer Sean Kovacs wrote on his blog that Apple removed his application citing the fact that it “duplicates features that come with the iPhone.
I have a pretty short answer for this: No. OK, you're not getting off that easy; regular readers will know that I can get a bit long-winded.
Natural and man-made disasters can jeopardize the operations and future of any company, so it’s critical to develop a plan to help ensure ongoing business processes in a crisis. This sample plan explains...
According to a brief article in USA Today, students in the honors history of human culture and thought course at Arizona State University will be receiving Kindle ebook readers with the 30 required books for the course pre-loaded.The 30 required books for Humphrey's year-long course usually cost students about $475, but the Kindle (a wireless reading device that downloads e-books and displays them on an electronic screen) is expected to cut this expense in half.
The media is abuzz with reports that Apple is working on a tablet device (the latest is from the Financial Times) that could be like the iPhone or iPod Touch on steroids. While the thought is that an "iTablet" would be a netbook-killing (and Kindle-killing) device, it could eliminate another product: Apple TV.
A look at the clippings file from 20 years ago in July tells of a public speech by Jean-Louis Gassee, then president of what was called the Apple Products division, and a field trip to the first multimedia exposition. While the topics may stay the same, the details, quantities and costs are eye-popping.
Recently, I’ve written about software vendors being (or not being ready) for cloud computing. I’ve also written about large consultancies being able to support their clients as they move to the cloud.
Donut is the development branch of Android that contains the latest and greatest features that are up for inclusion into the next version of the mobile operating system. Developers saw some interesting stuff get checked into this branch, including official multi-touch support.
Is it a surprise that American public opinion and scientific opinion are often at great variance? The findings of a recent Pew survey show Americans are not in agreement with American science.
The new chip, intended for external storage devices, includes transfer rates up to 5Gbps and a built-in encryption engine
Labour MP Andrew MacKinlay will not run at the next election after becoming disillusioned with the government over the extradition of Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon.The Times reported on Friday that MacKinlay would step down after a vote to review the UK/US extradition treaty was supported by only ten MPs.
The latest version of the Android mobile OS does not have multitouch support, according to a Google developer
Customer trust is not a game of semantics...
Where is the cybersecurity czar? And the White House intellectual property coordinator?
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