Reported new iPhone 6:
Reported new iPhone 6:
More nuggets for the iPhone 6 are leaking. @3x retina graphics are coming…
Microsoft has long dominated the corporate-software market, and its new CEO Satya Nadella has set his sights on owning all things related to productivity and the cloud. But Google—fueled by its search-advertising business and consumer popularity—has been coming on strong for years with lower-priced, cloud-based services such as email and calendars, productivity apps, video hangouts, and storage. And among certain types of customers, it is succeeding.
For a snapshot of Google’s progress, Quartz looked up the email-hosting MX records for 150 companies across three general size categories: the “Fortune 50″ largest US companies; a group of mid-size tech and media companies, both public and private; and 50 startups from the last Y Combinator incubator class in Silicon Valley. The results are…exactly what you might expect!
I prefer Google Apps over Microsoft’s offerings and I think most in my generation do as well. I recently looked through my immediate family’s email addresses and all were @gmail.com, crazy to think that even just 5 years ago.
9.9.2014 Wish we could say more.
We will be listening…
Dropbox is stepping up their game by offering 1TB for $9.99 today.
Please be more than a watch, please be more than a watch…
Apple now plans to unveil a new wearable alongside the two next-generation iPhones we told you the company will debut on September 9. (Funny “joke,” Gruber.) The new device will, predictably, make good use of Apple’s HealthKit health and fitness platform. It will also — predictably — make good use of HomeKit, the company’s new framework for controlling connected devices — though it’s not clear how broadly or in what way.
The most common trap here is the early iOS app which gets some buzz. All of a sudden, the founders hear “When are you building for Android?” The natural, enthusiastic response to sincere requests of the Android chorus is to go ahead and build for Android and seek more downloads, more growth, more revenue. I have a different view though. The proper response is: “No. Buy an iPhone.”
I often get asked when Gitty will be available for Android. This will now be my answer. Unless of course I choose to learn another platform.
If true, this is terrible business practice. Win with your product, not by sabotaging your opponent.
This news does not surprise me as Apple begins to combat the thought that the iPad cannot replace a computer.
As a frequent user of Twitch, I for one am really excited to see a company like Amazon get behind the brand and idea. E-Sports has been on the rise in America and and will soon be a force to reckon with when it comes to traditional television. It is undeniable the amount of 18-25 male eyeballs that Twitch has. Great move Amazon.