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Monday, January 15, 2007


Cisco Spells Out What's In The 'iPhone' Name

Cisco is understood to have demanded access to Apple's closed media distribution service, the online iTunes store, in return for sharing the "iPhone" brand name at the centre of a trademark dispute between the two groups.

Comwave Takes iPhone In Canada

Apple and Cisco might be fighting the iPhone war in the US, but the folks at Comwave Telecom have the trademark all wrapped up in Canada.

Cisco Could Lose iPhone Trademark In Europe - Expert


A Plea For The Fat-Fingered

I wonder how I might fare given the "keys" are rleatively small in comparison to my fingers.

It's The Product, Stupid

Apple has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that "It's the product, Stupid." Let's take a lesson from their play book.

iPhone Delivers A Genuinely Disruptive UI

The ripple effect caused by the iPod's success on raising the profile of user experience in the industry has been truly significant. Hopefully, the iPhone's announcement will also bring about a change in attitude that will allow UI designers to unleash their creativity.

Back From Macworld

I think the Macworld Expo was a great success and a great resource for Mac enthusiasts.

Jobs Is Gravity

Apple is a unique company. There are several reasons for that, and they all revolve around Steve Jobs in various orbits.

Will The iPhone Support Exchange Direct Push?

Bill Gates And Steve Jobs: Keynote Text Analysis

Four Stories On Why iPhone Third-Party Apps Matter, From A Long-Time Treo User

It would be smarter for Apple to figure out how they can make others (and not just Cingular) successful on top of what they build, rather than trying to own and control everything. For me that strategy is a deal-breaker, and I think it should be for you, too.

True Cost Of The iPhone - CenterNetworks Does The Math!

For a year of usage on this device, the total comes to $1,936.

iPhone, My New Book Shelf?

You have the perfect portable book reader.

Does Apple's iPhone Support Flash?

You have to ask Apple.

Should iPhone Open Wide And Say Ahhh?

Closeness is practically a precondition for simplicity.

Enough Already With The iPhone Hand Wringing!


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Why Would Anyone Want An Apple TV?

I really have no idea why anyone want to buy an Apple TV. A Mac Mini is just a little more expensive, but does so much more.

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