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I’m not a big fan of desk phones. Sure, back in the day working at a CPA firm, I had a big desk phone with lots of buttons and lines. And by “back in the day”, I mean the late 70?s. A big desk phone was a sign of status, power, and authority over your [...]
In 2007, when iPhone was demonstrated for the first time, the first thing that popped into my head was the idea of tapping on glass. This seemed like a pretty good idea but I had no experience doing this until late in 2007 when the phone shipped. History shows that it was a good idea [...]
Solio Bolt, a solar charging product for mobile devices that’s been around for a while, has dramatically improved upon its original design since it first appeared. It’s more streamlined, simplified, and packs a walloping storehouse of power – enough to refresh my iPad battery twice over. But it’s also not just for iOS – it [...]
Even if you don't own a single Apple product, are apathetic towards Apple or could care less about technology, Steve Jobs impacted your life. His loss isn't one to be mourned just by Apple fanboys or young hipsters, his passing is a significant loss for us all.
We have lost a legend, a visionary, an inventor, a meticulous genius. God rest your soul and thank you for making my life better.
The idea that telco’s want to provide backup and sync services suggests WireFly is on the right path. Cloud services are emerging as the one thing every major tech company has in their sights. Apple’s forthcoming iCloud service features backup and synching capabilities and this is certainly a competitor as far as the iPhone backup market is concerned.
Should you be one of the many folks world wide who happens to be in to vehicles as well as the new pastime known as ‘modding’ I know you’ve thought to be the significance connected with modding your own auto speakers. For most the thinking behind enhancing a car or truck can be quite fascinating. [...]
I have to admit, I’m not really prepared to comment deeply on mobile backup services at all. Why? I’ve never used them nor have I ever felt the need to have such services. Perhaps I’m ignorant about this issue, but isn’t iTunes a reasonable backup model that prevents data loss for the most part? WireFly [...]
The Xconomists are one of the most talented and connected bunch around. The second annual Mobile Madness event did not disappoint with over 300 people in attendance. I was on the panel with Mort Rosenthal, CEO of Enterprise Mobile, Ken Singer, CEO of Ondeego and Santiago Becerra, CEO of MeLLmo Roambi.
Imagine a leather wallet that wraps around your iPhone and has a few slots for credit cards and business cards. This product is simply perfect - it proves that people [sometimes] want less and they'll pay for less.
It’s really no surprise; Apple needs to keep its competitors, specifically the flood of Android devices, at bay to maintain some degree of iOS market share. One way to do this is to create a device that expands the iOS customer base with little friction.
a stalwart group of iPhone enthusiasts intends to line up on day one, regardless of severe weather, product quirks and service uncertainties.
iPhone, because of its elegant design, inspires us to expect app experiences that are equally elegant. However, many apps leave us unfulfilled. Some are wonderfully functional but are missing that certain design essence that cause us to adopt them and more importantly, recommend them to others.
Packing Pro helps me identify stuff I really don't need to pack. The realization of what you don't need to pack is a key success factor in creating more productive and enjoyable travel experiences.
Of all the devices and platforms out there, FileMaker Go and iPad represent a lush garden of UI opportunities. The innovation possibilities for advancing the science of personal and small business databasery (new term) are enormous with this product.
There’s no shortage of cases that I encounter where an executive wants to understand how to create and manage a document library on iPad, but these requirements also sometimes extend to iPhone.
I’ve been following and writing about MeLLmo, the company responsible for the development of Roambi, since they made their first appearance in the App Store a few years ago. They make a mobile business intelligence platform that delivers the most stunning data presentations available on iPhone and iPad.
Apple is indeed experimenting with different iPhone form factors and that they may be launched as early as 2011. Woo speculates that these two phones could launch as early as next year in the US and on carriers other than AT&T.
iPhone has augmented all of humanity because it has set the bar so high in terms of mobile computing expectations. This term - "augmenting humanity" was recently coined by Google CEO Eric Schmidt
Coming to you direct from Addison-Wesley Professional, which has published some of the leading books in the field, the Voices That Matter: iPhone Developers Conference is taking place October 16-17 in Philadelphia. Take a look around at all the tech books you have on your physical and digital bookshelves. If you’ve been developing for the [...]