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This isn't really a problem for me, since, in the foreseeable future, I don't have a use for an Apple. But this does present a marketing hurdle in promoting adoption in the marketplace. It CAN become a problem if the tide turns and people move to open formats because products like iTunes are dependent on network effects.There are three trends in marketing that I've been paying close attention to for the last few years: upgrading – moving up the ladder of benefits, or creating products and services ...
Mark Pilgrim highlights "every developers's worst fears about the iPhone". In the article, Jobs chooses his words carefully to be sure. But really they're just nice ways to say "screw you", and "give us more money": "You don't want your phone to be like a PC". Oh, thanks, I didn't realize. I guess I misunderstood what you were doing with the iPhone in the first place. Oh...or were those words just a sneaky (yet brilliant) way to draw comparisons to Pocket PC phones and Smartphones? Technorati : iphone ...
So I’ve just caught up with all the hype about the new Apple iPhone and even the Geek in me isn’t really biting. I’m not blindly in love with Apple so that’s one reason, I did own a Mac at one time, my wife has a Nano, so I’m not anti-Apple either. My view on Apple is they sit at the same level as Dell or HP in my thinking. Apple has a great skill in being able to capture and distil the features that the average Joe (Tech or otherwise) really wants, then create a design that is neat, consistent, ...
Several people have made comments to me about the newly announced Apple iPhone because they know how I felt about the iPod when it first came out ( see my post, "Convert Your Pocket PC to an IPod"). I must say, it looks really nice. The tech specs are impressive. But can we all please get real for a second here? Really, its about damn time the iPhone happened. Really, this is not a new idea. One thing about the iPhone announcement that annoyed me is the way Steve Jobs and Apple make it seem like ...
The Apple iPhone runs OS X Posted Jan 9th 2007 12:45PM by Chris ZieglerFiled under: Cellphones, Features, Handhelds, Portable Audio, Portable Video Capping literally years of speculation on perhaps the most intensely followed unconfirmed product in Apple's history -- and that's saying a lot -- the iPhone has been announced today. Yeah, we said it: "iPhone," the name the entire free world had all but unanimously christened it from the time it'd been nothing more than a twinkle in Stevie J's eye (comments, ...
All this talk about the iPhone (hurry and grab quicktime killer before it's too late) reminded me of Lance's post about converting a PocketPC into an iPod. I guess Apple is close to finding out how many times they can beat a dead horse. Technorati tags: iphone, quicktime killer, Lance Robinson ...
If think u have apple iPod. Its time to change your iPod into iPhone. Your iPod has been old. Kindly replace it with iPhone apple new product. Its available in $499 boss. http://www.cnn.com/2007/TEC... ...
Pheeeeeew - 2007 sure has got an exciting, futuristic start! You've gotto see this to believe it - Ok Steve Jobs announced the iPhone a few hours back - Apple products apart from their looks fail to impress me - but this one with its capability to Sync with Exchange - innovative Interface and sweeet looks has my attention - I'll wait for June to conclude though. But the Real exciting part is this... Ever wanted to win a trip to (almost) Outer Space? Well thats where the Ultimate Vista is - you've ...
Cut fuel costs on big boats by re-introducing a big sail? I absolutely love it! But even better, put it high up where it can catch more air. And make the sail wider than a football field so it really makes a difference. That's exactly what SkySails will be doing as early as next year for large shipping barges. The assistance will probably be highly directional, but still end up being quite helpful. This is another good trick to help further downsize the "big oil" elephant that's been standing in ...
The iPhone rumors are flying again. What I think Apple should do to save research and development costs is just leak rumors of their next product and see what shows up on the internet. The embedded video I have included for the iTalk looks really good. Now Apple can just go build it. Heck, they really don't even need to think of new ideas. Just listen to the rumors ...
One of the side-effects of being new out to learning Object Oriented Principles is the propensity to see everything as a subclass of something else. As if all objects shoudl derive from IThing since surely they might ALL have to have some common behaviour, right?!? This is motivated by a GOOD desire...wanting to eliminate duplication of code. So the novice reaches into his toolbox and gets *the* hammer and subclasses, hoping that all inheritors need something like the method he is building. There ...