Is there a future for the iPod?

Seth Wientraub over at Computer World has a mostly speculative article about the future of the iPod line. For those who haven’t been paying attention to the news, Apple recently bought up a batch of…

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The Apple Remote Needs an Update

Over the years, Macs have innovated in many ways. The aging PowerPC standard has been replaced with Intel. The iMac, once made of white plastic, now has a sleek aluminum exterior. And finally, new products…


Google productivity suite vs Microsoft

Google plans to attract 90% of Microsoft’s users with its productivity suite targeting those users, who just use the basic features of the Office. Google Apps suite comprises of applications for document writing, integration, text…


iPhone 4 vs Droid X

This has been the biggest week for the smartphone industry this year. Following the release of Apple’s iOS 4 on Monday, Motorola and Verizon released the new Android-based Droid X phone on Wednesday. Apple brought…


Is Federal IT Ready To Move To The Cloud?

Earlier this week, a wide range of companies testified to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on the question whether it makes sense to bring government IT infrastructures to the cloud. The key concerns…


How Mainstream Are Smart Phones?

Smartphones, or app phones, are dominating the headlines these days and simply judging by that, there is nothing else but smartphones anymore. To make a business case, we like a bit more solid data that…


Are most Facebook apps mobile?

As Facebook is getting ready to announce a registered user base of 500 million, there is also some interesting news that the company will be enabling the development of mobile applications for the social network….


U.S. Government Sees Value In Mobile Apps

You just know that a trend is significant when the government is jumping on the train, even if we have to say that we are seeing much more apparent consumer technology focus in the U.S….