Worst of the Week: Apple season

30 September 2011 by Dan Meyer

Apple appears set to unleash the mobile device markets latest moving target with a planned iPhone event next week. While exact details of the event are of course top secret (unless you hang out in local bars), it matters little to most consumers as the words “new” and “iPhone” automatically results in people digging out their camping equipment and setting up shop in front of their local Apple retailer.

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Worst of the Week: OnStar Wars

23 September 2011 by Dan Meyer

Quite the to-do was created this week when telematics provider OnStar sent out new privacy terms that states the company will continue to collect information about your driving habits even if you no longer subscribe to the company’s service. What the what!?! That is sort of like your local phone company still keeping track of your calls even though you switched to a VoIP provider.

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Netflix confuses users with DVD spin-off

19 September 2011 by Carolyn Green

Like a bad movie, the Netflix plot continues to thicken with news the firm will be splitting its streaming and DVD services into two separate companies

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iPhone app helps stammering father-of-the-bride deliver smooth speech

18 September 2011 by Carolyn Green

The iPhone has taken improving communication to another level with a delayed auditory feedback (DAF) application that has helped one father-of-the-bride defeat his stutter.

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Intel wants to put base stations in the cloud

16 September 2011 by Sylvie Barak

Can an LTE base station be implemented with a multicore PC? Was the question asked by Intel’s Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner in the closing keynote of his company’s developer forum on Thursday. The answer wasn’t just “yes” but also “there’s an app for that.”

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Worst of the Week: Apple season

30 September 2011 by Dan Meyer

Apple appears set to unleash the mobile device markets latest moving target with a planned iPhone event next week. While exact details of the event are of course top secret (unless you hang out in local bars), it matters little to most consumers as the words “new” and “iPhone” automatically results in people digging out their camping equipment and setting up shop in front of their local Apple retailer.

Read the full story

Posted in Uncategorized0 Comments

Worst of the Week: OnStar Wars

23 September 2011 by Dan Meyer

Quite the to-do was created this week when telematics provider OnStar sent out new privacy terms that states the company will continue to collect information about your driving habits even if you no longer subscribe to the company’s service. What the what!?! That is sort of like your local phone company still keeping track of your calls even though you switched to a VoIP provider.

Read the full story

Posted in Devices, Events, Industry News, Lifestyle, News, worst of the week0 Comments

Netflix confuses users with DVD spin-off

19 September 2011 by Carolyn Green

Like a bad movie, the Netflix plot continues to thicken with news the firm will be splitting its streaming and DVD services into two separate companies

Read the full story

Posted in Content0 Comments

iPhone app helps stammering father-of-the-bride deliver smooth speech

18 September 2011 by Carolyn Green

The iPhone has taken improving communication to another level with a delayed auditory feedback (DAF) application that has helped one father-of-the-bride defeat his stutter.

Read the full story

Posted in App Corner, Mobile Software, Video0 Comments

Intel wants to put base stations in the cloud

16 September 2011 by Sylvie Barak

Can an LTE base station be implemented with a multicore PC? Was the question asked by Intel’s Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner in the closing keynote of his company’s developer forum on Thursday. The answer wasn’t just “yes” but also “there’s an app for that.”

Read the full story

Posted in Devices, Mobile Hardware, Mobile Software0 Comments

From Our Editors

Worst of the Week: Battle royale! 16 September 2011 Dan Meyer

Intel’s Wireless Display Technology coming to tablets soon 14 September 2011 Sylvie Barak

Intel powered Android tablets due out in Q1 2012 14 September 2011 Sylvie Barak

Qualcomm builds up its presence with Microsoft around Windows 8 13 September 2011 Sylvie Barak

Intel, eager for smartphone success, rolls out Andy Rubin 13 September 2011 Sylvie Barak

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Worst of the Week: Battle royale! 16 September 2011 by Dan Meyer

Intel’s Wireless Display Technology coming to tablets soon 14 September 2011 by Sylvie Barak

Intel powered Android tablets due out in Q1 2012 14 September 2011 by Sylvie Barak

Qualcomm builds up its presence with Microsoft around Windows 8 13 September 2011 by Sylvie Barak

Intel, eager for smartphone success, rolls out Andy Rubin 13 September 2011 by Sylvie Barak

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