- Ads Will Invade Mobile Apps of the Future Cheap or Free Apps Will Come with Ads Attached
- Star Trek Meets SeaQuest in Real Life Science Fiction Becomes Science Fact Yet Again
- How Important is Detail inTechnology? Top Tech Blunders of the World Show the Value of Perfection
- YouTube Does the Screen Name Boogie Video Service Wants People to Use Their Real Names in Comments
- Could the iPad Mini Be The Hot Holiday Item?
- No public Twitter messages.
Monthly Archives: October 2012
As if there was ever any doubt, Apple now owns the holidays. Since the debut of the iPod, Apple has found a way to debut a new product almost every holiday season that has people lining up at the Apple … Continue reading
The Android is one of the most popular smartphones on the market, so of course, it was just a matter of time before spammers and advertisers found a way to hijack it for their purposes.
I remember back in the day when I had what was then considered a top-of-the-line computer. It was an IBM compatible PC with 64K of RAM and a whopping 40 megabyte hard drive. Oh, and it had a 300 baud … Continue reading
The goose flies at midnight. The cake is in the oven. Spy phrases can be fun, and you can make them mean anything. In fact, “John has a long mustache” was a real code phrase, one of many broadcast to … Continue reading
For all those people prone to losing their cell phones, I have some bad news. The cashless society is coming and it will all be tied to your phone.
I don’t know about most people, but when I was in a kid in school, no one liked the tattletale. Snitch, rat, narc — we had all kinds of words for them. Today, however, some large media companies are now … Continue reading
How Often Do I Really Need to Look At My Company’s Data? It Depends — How Much Money Do You Want to Make?
I’ll admit it. I’m a data geek. Sometimes when I’m working on an application for a client, I can get absorbed in the code for hours and hours until I realize that I have 30 new emails stacked up in … Continue reading
In the early days of the business technology revolution, I imagine some of the conversations between IT chiefs and CFOs had to sound like Abbott and Costello’s “Who’s on First” sketch.