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Tag Archives: Steve Jobs
Laurene Powell Jobs should write about living with a modern day Newton
Now that I have finished Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs I have to admit that I wish I’d met the man – something I had never felt was all that important before I read the book. What I’d also … Continue reading
A Kindle Fire is cool, an iPad is cooler – an iPadlet could be coolest
When I got my Amazon Kindle over the past holiday season I had my first opportunity to use a tablet for any length of time. I liked the smaller compact size – it fit into my briefcase better than an … Continue reading
Posted in Communication, Customer Experiences, Innovation, Mobile Communication, Technology Tagged $100 tabelt, Amazon.com Kindle Fire, Apple, iPad, iPad 2, iPadlet, Jeff Bezos, Kindle Fire, Steve Jobs, Tablets 4 Comments
Apple’s not new iPhone – Tim Cook drops a dud
Steve Jobs has ceded his CEO status to Timothy D. Cook. Apple aficionados (I do not count myself among them) were more than eagerly awaiting what they thought would be another watershed event – the unveiling of the iPhone 5. … Continue reading
Posted in Communication, Innovation, Mobile Communication, Technology Tagged A T & T, Apple iPhone 4S, Apple iPhone 5, Siri, Sprint, Steve Jobs, Tim Cook, Verizon 2 Comments
Steve Jobs has also changed video games forever
I try to follow the developments in the videogame industry since my son is finishing up his course work to become a video game developer and designer. Much of the talk of the past week (aside from hurricanes) was about … Continue reading
The CES – Consumer Electronics Show – I am not going – are you?
Every year in January the CES takes place in Las Vegas. This year there is buzz about tablet PCs (more than 50 will be on display), television apps, 3D TV apps and accessories, computer printers (HP apparently has a really … Continue reading
Posted in Communication, Marketing stuff, Media, Technology Tagged Apple, Bloomberg TV, CES, CNET, Consumer Electronics Show, Consumer Reports, H-P, Las Vegas, Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, Steve Jobs Leave a comment
Good Apple/Bad Apple
It is said that revolutions happen one moment at a time. Steve Jobs and Apple Inc. have been consistently gone against the grain and in so doing created a company and I daresay even a movement counterculture based on the … Continue reading
Posted in Customer Experiences, Marketing stuff Tagged Adobe, Apple Inc., Flash, HTML5, iPad, iphone, Smartphones, Steve Jobs Leave a comment
No I-Pad for me. Yet.
Before I left for China a couple of weeks ago I had intentions of purchasing an Apple iPad possibly ahead of the April 3rd release date here in the United States. The Chinese government had different ideas and delayed the … Continue reading