Part of my THE WAY I SEE IT series, where I quick-hit a few topics per week. Apple has made its mark on the smartphone market, and the iPhone won't be "killed" by another device any time soon. More than 3 million iPhone 4's were sold, and even if that number was just one-third, they'd still make … [Read more...] about There is No iPhone Killer
Part of my THE WAY I SEE IT series, where I quick-hit a few topics per week. Okay, that would be extreme, but who's to say someone isn't going to think how cool it would be to see their dwindling balance as if they were Michael Douglas' character in Disclosure? They're already going at it with … [Read more...] about I Don’t Wanna See My Bank Account in 3-D
Part of my THE WAY I SEE IT series, where I quick-hit a few topics per week. This week a federal judge granted class action status to a lawsuit against Apple and AT&T. The suit claims AT&T "locked" iPhone users into a five-year contract with the carrier, despite having only signed a … [Read more...] about Did Apple and AT&T Really Create a Monopoly?
With the growing popularity of mobile devices, native application features are in high demand. After all, people want to be able to do everything they can do at a desk while traveling or hanging out in a coffee shop. One caveat, though, is the proprietary features different types of devices offer, … [Read more...] about The Trade-Offs of Mobile Apps
I talk a great deal about Palm's webOS because I rely heavily on it for business. With the ever-growing need to stay connected and organized, more and more business people need to adopt mobile devices. That doesn't mean, though, that we need to work harder; we simply need to work smarter. … [Read more...] about 10 Ways My Palm Pre Plus Has Changed My Life
Conversion rates of an online store rely on many things, and that includes the technology used for graphics, video and interactive content. When it comes to ecommerce, the question isn't if you should adopt new technology, but when. Read the entire article at Practical eCommerce … [Read more...] about PeC: Conversion: Technology, Customers, and ‘Embraceability’
Cloud computing is all the rage these days. The storing of contacts, tasks and meeting dates is taking many by storm, especially in the mobile world. But is it right for everyone? If you use any of Google’s Applications (like Google Calendar or Google Docs) or any other company’s over-the-web … [Read more...] about Thinking About Working in the Cloud?
In Spring of 1985, I couldn't walk down the school halls without hearing a never-ending debate as to who was at fault - Eddie Van Halen or David Lee Roth. Yeah, most of my friends sided with Dave, and those who didn't got trapped into "heated" discussions. No one disputed that Eddie was the face of … [Read more...] about Apple vs Adobe: It’s About More than the iPad