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Tag Archives: Apple
The damage is done. The latest Apple keynote is over and while some nifty announcements were made around Macs & OSX, I was most interested in the iPhone announcements. First the good new. If you’re waiting for the iPhone OS … Continue reading
If you don’t follow me on Twitter, or my Facebook status then you probably didn’t know that I recently convert to the cult of the iPhone (iPhone Sellout). There were several reasons for this, but the main reasons are: Apps … Continue reading
In case you can’t tell, my general overall opinion on today’s announcements is lackluster at best. We have features that people up and down claimed should have been in the first iteration (but I’m sure the Apple fan-boys will back-pedal on these previous statements under the guise of “Apple can do no wrong”). I’m overly unimpressed, and was honestly expecting more from Apple. Continue reading
This week’s video blog looks at the discussion and obcession people have with the iPhone vs. BlackBerry in the enterprise market. I’m still on my digital camera for these but the purchase of some kind of web cam is in the works. If anyone has any recommendations on web cams, I’m all ears so leave a comment or email me. Continue reading
This week on the Power of Information, Derek, Suzy, and I discuss Apple’s latest announcements (and there’s a lot of them this week), Universal starting Blu-Ray support, and Melinda Gates gives a rare interview. We also talk about micro-blogging site, Jaiku, an open source search engine, and we look at some recent video game announcements. All this and more on this week’s Power of Information. Continue reading