Articles Tagged “apple”

  • Broadcasting with the iPod

    On the tenth birthday of the iPod it is duly noted that this device revolutionized the music industry, and by extension the consumer electronics industry. Without the iPod there probably wouldn’t be a lot of…

  • Fraud in the App store

    Fraud in the App store

    By now it’s no longer breaking news that Thuat Nguyen and his apps have been thrown out of the iTunes store due to hacking and fraudulent rankings. Nguyen’s comic book apps managed to climb the app charts, occupying 42 of the top 50 book apps spots. But soon enough complaints came rolling in that iTunes users’ accounts were being hacked …

  • A pen for your iPad

    Time was when a pen was a pen and a stylus was a stylus and never the twain did meet. But in the ever changing world of iThings, it’s not that simple anymore. If your…

  • An app for design software

    By now we all know that certain popular software for artists and designers are just out of reach due to price or other barriers. But barriers are only for a moment until someone finds a…

  • Livescribe is more connected

    It seems like just the other day we were discussing Livescribe, the smart pen. At the time it seemed like such an advanced idea. Use the Livescribe Echo or Pulse “pens” to write on “paper,”…

  • NYC goes digital

    If digital can make it in NYC, well, you know the rest. Whatever you may think of New York City, those in charge want you to think digital. In its Roadmap for the Digital City,…

  • An e-reader at the beach

    Beach reading this year is all about the e-reader. It may be the Kindle, iPad or Nook, but it’s definitely not the traditional book. Well, some people will still prefer paper but they are in…

  • Making sense of your Cloud

    With the release of iCloud, the world of cloud based computing just got a little bigger and perhaps a bit or a few bytes more complicated. But have no fear, we’re here to help you…

  • Red ocean, blue ocean, Zune

    News from the world of MP3s says Microsoft is giving up on the Zune. On one hand this could be seen as the white flag of surrender from Microsoft, giving in to the dominant iPod.…

  • Stuff to think about?

    Can a medical device company launch, say, a line of paints or jeans? Can a dress designer also sell computers? Should they? And how would a company assess possible customer response before they started down…