Posts tagged “Apple”

July 14, 2008

Premium Lock World’s largest mobile game publisher is gung ho about iPhone gaming

gameloft Gameloft executive says iPhone experience will push other wireless carriers to step up their efforts.

Updated July 11, 2008

Premium Lock ‘Tweet’ all about it - Greensboro firm offers Twitter application at Apple App Store

Twitterific Iconfactory already has won an award for its ‘Twitterific’ application which is geared to Tweeter social network.

Tags: Apple
Updated July 11, 2008

Premium Lock iPhone App Store first impression: Sublime beyond belief

iPhone face Despite all the hype about the iPhone itself, the real story is the App Store. By the way, it runs on old iPhones and on iPod Touch.

Tags: Apple, Google
July 10, 2008

Premium Lock iPhone 3G reviews are in: It’s good, but the App Store will be better

iPhone Consensus seems to be that an upgrade may not be worth it for current iPhone owners unless you feel the need…the need for speed — as in 3G speed, at all times.

Tags: Apple
July 8, 2008

Premium Lock As the iPhone 3G launch looms, Apple preps displays, 2.0 software, App Store

iPhone Like any rational human being, I’ll probably hold off on waiting in line — until the night before.

Tags: Apple
Updated July 7, 2008

Premium Lock Unimpressed with iPhone 3G speeds? Wait a few months

AT&T AT&T’s 3G network promises faster downloads – up to 1.7 megabits per second.

July 2, 2008

Premium Lock Patriotism goes mobile – Multimedia content available for download

A salute to 82nd Airborne Cary-based 2ThumbZ teams with U.S. military, AT&T to launch more than 300 products. Selections include ringtones, music, unit logos, videos, 3D graphics and slideshows.

July 1, 2008

Premium Lock Is Apple working on an iPhone with a physical keyboard? I hope not.

Keyboards are dying a slow death. As computers become more like Microsoft’s Surface or the rumored multi-touch tablets Apple is working on, one day the thought of having this big, clunky slab with plastic keys will seem silly.

July 1, 2008

Premium Lock EA star leaves to start iPhone games company Ngmoco

 VentureBeat: ‘We are finally at the place where we can reinvent the experiences and the economics of the mobile games business,’ says former EA exec Neil Young. ‘The industry has been stagnant for a few years. I feel the iPhone is a real opportunity to change that industry.’

Updated June 30, 2008

Premium Lock How did Bill Gates get popular? It started with Xbox

Everybody has an opinion about whether Gates is a good guy or a bad guy. But there is no doubting that his image is a lot different these days.

Updated June 24, 2008

Premium Lock Triangle, Atlanta keep adding high-tech workers, new report says

AeA In ‘Cybercities’ overview, trade association AeA reports most metropolitan areas included in study expanded job base in 2006.

June 23, 2008

Premium Lock The real iPhone 3G rip-off: Text messages

iPhone A text message is data, and a very small amount of it. So why am I paying so much extra — let alone anything extra for it?

Tags: China, Apple
June 16, 2008

Premium Lock California firm is ready to spread the news for mobile users

Verve Wireless VentureBeat: Location-based services from Verve Wireless focus on local news

May 19, 2008

Premium Lock Wake Forest-led study finds new generation of drug-coated stent benefits heart patients

heart research UniversityTech: Study compares Abbott Vascular’s new generation drug-coated stent called Xience with the currently available first-generation Taxus stent made by Boston Science.

Updated April 14, 2008

Premium Lock ‘X’ This – More Thin Laptops Coming from Lenovo

Lenovo's thin X300. Tech Web sites report X300 ultra-thin, light laptop will soon be part of a family. The Morrisville-based PC maker will add three additional versions this fall, Gizmodo and others report.

Tags: Lenovo, Apple
Updated April 14, 2008

Premium Lock Read All About It – Creative Quartet Launches ‘Raleigh Quarterly’

RQ logo Web site, soon to be a magazine, wants to be ‘hub’ for writers, artists and musicians in Raleigh and across the Triangle. The message to Apple’s Steve Jobs: People still love to read.

Tags: Apple, NCSU
Updated April 11, 2008

Premium Lock IBM Researchers Report Memory Breakthrough

500,000 songs on an iPod? ‘Racetrack’ memory could enable half-million song iPods that lasts for weeks on one charge.

Tags: IBM, Apple
Updated April 4, 2008

Premium Lock Apple Picks Modality's Founder as 'Science Innovator'

Modality delkivers a chest image to an iPod. (Modality image) Mark Williams is one of 10 people tech giant honors for innovative technology. Modality delivers learning content to iPods, other devices.

Tags: Apple, Duke
April 2, 2008

Premium Lock Marketing Boo Boos: Avoid These Errors So You Don’t Boo Hoo

Most small business owners market and promote themselves haphazardly, going in a million directions and failing to create a targeted strategy.

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