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Tag Archives: RIM PlayBook
What if I wanted a tablet that wasn’t an iPad?
They’re everywhere – iPads. On the train to New York City, on planes, all over the globe I see people using them more and more. As yet I have not succumbed to Apple or any other tablet maker. Part of … Continue reading
College Textbooks getting it on with Inkling
A business associate of mine recently moved to an interesting new startup in Silicon Valley called Inkling. The more I learn about this iPad application the more I like it – and like Adam Lashinsky’s fine March 23rd article in … Continue reading
Posted in Best business practices, Customer Experiences, Technology Tagged Adam Lashinsky, CNN Money, college textbooks, Felicis Ventures, Forbes.com, Inkling, iPad, Kapor Capital, Matt MacInnis, McGraw-Hill, Motorola Xoom, RIM PlayBook, Sequoia Capital, Sherpalo Ventures, Tablet computing Leave a comment
At least digital tablets stop the magazine insert cards from falling out
Now that Motorola has its Xoom on the market, and RIM is ready to take orders for its new PlayBook tablet in April, Apple’s iPad will have to stand up to some competition after having the market all to itself … Continue reading