My apologies to all the loyal readers out there for missing the article last week. I was spending some time in Seattle, doing the company-paid-for training course thing. I couldn’t
It happens with every new product release. After what seems like months of anticipation and hype, a device comes out and people begin thinking about its successor.
As the industry moves towards a more open future and consumers continue to adopt smart phones in droves, network providers will struggle to keep their choke hold on the users.
So, I’m doing a fracking fantastic job of the alphabetical order thing. In answer to your questions, yes, I did attend grade 3. What’s more, I made use of the
So, what has gotten my attention this week? Google, Sprint, Clearwire deal? No, it’s actually this $150 million Blackberry Fund thing I have been reading about just recently on Venturebeat.
Today is the day we find out who the lucky 50 winners of the first round of the Android Developers Challenge are. At the time of writing this article, only
Today sees a monumental event in the wireless industry. Along with partners Intel, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, and Bright House Networks, Google has ponied up a share of a $3.2
Company Name: Nuance Communications, Inc. How the OHA site classifies them: Software Company What the OHA site says about them: Nuance Communications (NASDAQ: NUAN) is a leading provider of speech
Last week saw Adobe announcing the Open Screen Project. Part of the project will have Flash loosening up restrictions on the use of .SWF and .FLV/F4V specifications, and removing licensing