BYOD trends

June 5, 2012

OK, so it’s the latest buzzword – BYOD.  “Bring Your Own Device” trends are sparking conversations all over the IT worksphere.  But in fact, it’s something that’s been happening for some time, only now it has a catchy moniker. According to a recent survey by The Aberdeen Group, 72 percent of responding companies allowed BYOD. […]

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Ben Silbermann, the Mind Behind Pinterest

May 8, 2012

Pinterest co-founder Ben Silbermann recently spoke with Hunch founder Chris Dixon at the Austin, Texas conference known as South by Southwest (SXSW). During this interview, Silbermann reflected on the origins of his business, his reasons for doing things the way he has, and hinted at the future of Pinterest. Silbermann had spent years working in […]

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The Motorola Droid and George Lucas

July 15, 2010

Motorola’s Droid X, smartphone will be available for consumers to buy starting July 15. The Verizon Wireless network will offer the Droid X for $199 with a $100 mail-in rebate and two-year contract.

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The Android vs. iPhone Sales War

June 23, 2010

During his announcement of Apple’s new iPhone 4 last month, Steve Jobs took the time to talk about Android vs. iPhone sales reports. Jobs suggested that people should ignore reports that indicate Google Android phones are outselling Apple’s iPhones.

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Apple iPhone 4 Changing the Way the World Communicates

June 15, 2010

Watching Steve Jobs over the years, it should be obvious that he handles the announcements of his new electronic inventions like an academy award winning producer presenting a new movie slated for the Oscars. “It’s one of the most beautiful designs you’ve ever seen.” Jobs reportedly said at the Worldwide Developers Conference, “This is beyond a doubt the most precise thing, one of the most beautiful things we’ve ever made.”

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Dell’s Android Based Streak to Hit Stores in July

June 11, 2010

At the D8 conference this year Dell President Ron Garriques announced that his company will begin selling its Google Android-based Streak device in the United States for $500 at the end of July. The Streak is a device with a 5 inch screen that is designed to compete with Apple’s iPad. In an effort to cut into Apple’s sales, Dell has equipped its new device with a few features that the Apple iPad does not have.

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