Talk to any U.S. Cellular agent and they will tell you things are great in their world.
Last week, Apple unveiled its plans for the iCloud service and iOS 5.0 platform (see Apple Announcements).
Steve Jobs went onstage today at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco and made a number of major Apple announcements, the most anticipated of which was iCloud.
I came upon a video of a recent TED talk by an artist named Aaron Koblin. He takes vast amounts of data and creates stunning visualizations. The visualizations of the data help to create meaning from the raw data. Using technology -- or as he puts it, "an interface" -- Koblin combines small, individually meaningless pieces of information to form a real, human narrative.
I’ve had a lot of respect for Andy Hunt ever since reading his Pragmatic Thinking and Learning and later The Pragmatic Programmer. He is also one of the original authors of the Agile Manifesto.
Walk by any Apple store and you'll see right away that the company is doing something right. The places are always full of people, trying out new devices, buying the stuff they like and in many cases, just hanging out.
Today, I came upon an article by Richard Gaywood on The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW.com) that analyzes what the new Google Wallet concept could mean for iPhone users.
It begins. As many expected, PayPal is suing Google on grounds that two of its former employees (now senior executives at Google) violated their contracts and stole confidential PayPal information to share with Google and other companies, reports Sam Gustin of Wired.
Google officially announced its NFC-based Google Wallet mobile payment service at an event in New York City today, giving substance to a story that has been building for months, and even years.
Microsoft previewed its Windows Phone 7 update, code-named "Mango," today and the company is calling it a more "people-centric approach" to its smartphone operating system.
Just when we thought Skype was on the verge of being bought out by Facebook and Google (see Reuters, last week), in comes today's biggest wireless headline: Microsoft is paying $8.56 billion to buy Skype, one of the world's most popular VoIP providers (it has 124 million active users worldwide).
A new Google study, conducted by Ipsos/OTX, has confirmed we are addicted to our smartphones and revealed how we use them to help make purchasing decisions, wrote John Paul Titlow of ReadWriteWeb.com (April 28).