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Nokia has a plan for prosperity and it just might work

Feb 16, 2011
A lot of people, your humble blogger included, have been dubious about the pairing of Nokia and Microsoft venturing into the smartphone ecosystem...
Posted In: business, manufacturing, Microsoft, nokia, world

Apple's new subscription policy is making enemies

Feb 16, 2011
Apple officially rolled out its new plan for content subscriptions in the iPad. What it boils down to is that if you purchase an iPad version of a...
Posted In: Amazon, apple, business, hulu, Kindle, netflix, policy, spotify

NBA takes a cue from Farmville

Feb 14, 2011
This week, the NBA is introducing a new game on Facebook called NBA Legend. It lets you create a player avatar, join a team, and then have a...
Posted In: business, Facebook, farmville, jackie moon, NBA, social media, Web Culture

iPhone Nano becomes more real

Feb 14, 2011
Last week we talked about the beginning of chatter regarding a new iPhone to possibly premiere later this year. It would be simpler, less feature...
Posted In: apple, business, gadgets, iPhone, mobile me

iPhone Nano?

Feb 11, 2011
It's not like a new Apple rumor emerges every day. Just every day ending in a y. Latest rumbling comes courtesy of Bloomberg, pointing to an...
Posted In: apple, business, China, India, iPhone, world

Nokia goes with Microsoft

Feb 11, 2011
Sort of a dog-bites-man story here, the thing happened that everyone thought would happen. Nokia has made a deal with Microsoft to have Windows...
Posted In: android, business, Google, manufacturing, Microsoft, nokia, windows phone 7

AT&T offers unlimited mobile to mobile calling

Feb 10, 2011
The famed telephone and telegraph company is watching a lot of customers jump to Verizon for the iPhone so they're trying to think of ways to get...
Posted In: at&t, business, iPhone, Verizon

Sprint launches weird new phone

Feb 8, 2011
The Kyocera Echo was launched by Sprint last night. It runs on Android and it has two screens. Why would you need two screens? Because it's twice...
Posted In: android, business, passive voice in opening sentence, Sprint, YouTube

Facebook, not Craig's List, is the red light district of the web

Feb 8, 2011
Craig's List shut off its "adult services" section a while ago, amid loads of complaints that it was basically a prostitution marketplace. There...
Posted In: business, craig's list, Facebook, social media, Web Culture

Let me Blekko that for you

Feb 7, 2011
Doesn't really roll off the tongue, does it?...
Posted In: blekko, business, search, Web Culture

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