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I’ve been exploring a new gadget this weekend, a Samsung Galaxy Note that I have for review. If you looked at it, you’d think it was a rather large smartphone. Indeed, compare it to the Samsung Galaxy SII that I have – which is a rather large smartphone – and you’ll see it needs another description.
Mobile or portable devices are clearly the future of the computing world. Although iPhones and iPads have up till now been the market’s darlings, albeit at premium prices, Android is now coming up strongly. An example of this is a tablet put out by Samsung that may well take the lead. According to TechRadar, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is without doubt one of the best tablets yet to hit the shelves.
My daughter has a Nintendo 3DS and wants to connect it to the Internet for some sort of multiplayer game. I am clueless about this device and didn’t even realize it was Internet-ready when I bought it for her. Can you help me get her 3DS online?
On Oct. 17, Apple announced that just three days after the launch of its newest phone, the iPhone 4S, sales had already climbed to more than four million. The phone runs on the world’s most advanced operating system, iOS 5, which already has more than 25 million users. By Oct. 28, the iPhone 4s and its operating system will be available in more than 22 countries, and that number will climb to 70 by the year’s end.
It’s been several hours now since the Apple event and a little time to scour the web for info and news. Now that things have sunk in there really was pretty big news announced although in my mind Apple really blew it in the way they decided to roll out this “next generation” iPhone. In all honesty, there’s a ton of new functionality but it seems it was all over shadowed by the naming of the device with a 4S rather than a 5. Realistically had Apple simply called the darned device the iPhone 5 people would likely be raving about it rather than stating how disappointed they are. When you look at the grand scheme of things the 4S runs on iOS 5, is much faster, has way better battery life, has a much better (and faster) camera – these are all pretty important leaps forward. I also think that Apple blew it a bit by making the event a small, cozy, “special people” only invited event that wasn’t live streamed. The attempt to “WOW” us with new functionality like a friend finder app and postcard creation service also really detracted from the real story as well. Overall though, iPhone 4S is a big step forward – the new price point may help encourage more upgrades than may have been lost by the gaffs mentioned. (more…)
It’s that time of the year again… when most business owners are busy planning their advertising & marketing strategies for the upcoming holiday season.
To help you out, Google has provided some useful insights into consumer behavior and their last moment purchase trends. This information can be invaluable in helping you plan your marketing strategy to make the most out of the holiday season.
Mobile collaboration is an increasingly important topic as two-thirds of the information workforce already work remotely, according to Forrester data. With the adoption of tablets such as the iPad and the proliferation of smart phones in the enterprise, that number figures to grow significantly. It is a matter of when, not whether that mobile devices exceed desktops. The new Forrester Wave™: Mobile Collaboration, Q3 2011 by Ted Schadler for Content & Collaboration Professionals offers some useful advice on how mobile collaboration requires a new app approach.
Google officially announced this morning that they are purchasing Motorola Mobility. First, this is a huge acquisition in the mobile industry with a purchase price of about $12.5 billion. This purchase is very interesting in a few different ways. The official announcement has some interesting information as well. There is the obvious patent defense purchase: (more…)
Forrester’s TJ Keitt recently provided a useful report, Demystifying The Mobile Workforce. This is an increasingly important topic as two-thirds of the information workforce already work remotely, according to Forrester data. With the adoption of tablets such as the iPad and the proliferation of smart phones in the enterprise, that number figures to grow significantly. It is a matter of when, not whether that mobile devices exceed desktops.