Monthly Archives: October 2009

Expectation of Privacy – a function of the package OR the content?

Privacy (or lack thereof) is a topic that often bubbles to the surface of many conversations about technology and the internet.  The Internet, by its nature is all about communication and transports all matter of information amongst people around the … Continue reading

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Google Voice to the aid of the iPhone

On 10/26/09 Google announced you can now use the Google Voice / Voice Mail system for existing mobile phone numbers.  This is pretty cool for a number of reasons. Have you seen this article?  Poll: Is your AT&T iPhone’s Visual … Continue reading

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That “forever feeling” – Apple’s App Refund Policy: No

First let me make a disclaimer: I don’t own an iPhone and have never even logged into the App Store – yet needless to say, hear about them all the time..  I just thought this NY Times article was rather … Continue reading

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IBM asks – How are fast-growth companies using technology?

IBM has been around a long time and they’ve weathered many economic storms.  They don’t get everything right, but they get a lot of things right.  So what do they know or do that helps? ANSWER: talk with and then … Continue reading

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Google Android gains VERIZON

Groundbreaking Agreement Between Verizon Wireless and Google to Leverage High-Speed Network and Open Android Platform for Wireless Innovation AT&T has the exclusive for the iPhone, T-Mobile was the exclusive carrier and introduction partner for the Google / Android phone — but … Continue reading

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