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What I’m Reading on 07/24/2014

Apple’s alliance with IBM counters BYOD ‘nightmare’ for companies adopting iPhone “As many as 6 out of every 10 employees at one Wall Street firm have gone back to carrying a corporate BlackBerry alongside their personal iPhone thanks to “Bring … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 07/10/2014

With Microsoft, IBM and Red Hat backing it, Google’s Kubernetes is a peace pipe and Trojan horse — Tech News and Analysis “A handful of technology companies big and small have vowed to support and contribute to Kubernetes, Google’s open … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 06/20/2014

Jill Lepore: What the Theory of “Disruptive Innovation” Gets Wrong : The New Yorker “Most big ideas have loud critics. Not disruption. Disruptive innovation as the explanation for how change happens has been subject to little serious criticism, partly because … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 05/28/2014

Microsoft buys mobile analytics vendor Capptain | ZDNet “Microsoft has purchased French mobile-analytics vendor Capptain for an undisclosed amount.” tags: bs microsoft mobile analytics Is College Worth It? Clearly, New Data Say – NYTimes.com “A new set of income statistics … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 05/20/2014

Moments, Memories and Narrative—the Power of the Clip | True Ventures “The power of wearables is to make the invisible visible. To show us what’s really happening around us. The last time I felt this way about a device was Fitbit. Seeing … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 05/16/2014

Is This The Beginning Of Cloud Consolidation? Rackspace Looks At Exit Options – Forbes “The news today at Bloomberg  is that Rackspace has hired Morgan Stanley to look at “strategic options” for the future. Rackspace has long been something of … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 05/13/2014

Visual Studio goes cross platform with Cordova integration from Microsoft | Ars Technica “At its TechEd conference today, Microsoft announced the next step in its “mobile first, cloud first” strategy with a preview of Apache Cordova support in Visual Studio. … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 05/02/2014

Six clicks: Single board computers: Banana Pi, Raspberry Pi, and more | ZDNet “There were many single-board computers (SBC) before the Raspberry Pi showed up, but its combination of price, power, and community made it the poster-child for the do-it-yourself … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 04/25/2014

Cortana: everything you need to know about Microsoft’s Siri rival | News | TechRadar “We knew Cortana was coming, but we didn’t expect her to keep her codename: in the Halo games Cortana is an artificial intelligence that goes wrong.” … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 04/23/2014

Ubuntu ‘Trusty Tahr’ is a solid step forward, not a leap | Linux – InfoWorld “Ubuntu, Canonical’s edition of Linux aimed mainly at end-users and desktops, published its 14.04 release on Thursday. It’s an incremental upgrade, polishing existing features rather … Continue reading

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Second Life and OpenSim revisited

Several years ago I spent quite a bit of time in Second Life when it was the hot 3D social world. The promise was that you could build and visit worlds that had been uniquely constructed by the users. As … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 02/04/2014

Microsoft Names Engineering Executive as New Chief – NYTimes.com “Microsoft on Tuesday announced that Satya Nadella would be its next leader, betting on a longtime engineering executive to help the company keep better pace with changes in technology.” tags: microsoft … Continue reading

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My annotated programming language history

I’ve been coding, a.k.a programming, since I was 15 years old. Since then I’ve used many programming languages. Some of them have been for work, some have been for fun. I mean, really, who hasn’t done some programing while on … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 12/10/2013

Goodbye athlete’s foot: IBM researchers craft nanomedicine to kill fungi where other meds fail | VentureBeat | Health | by Dean Takahashi “IBM researchers and a team in Singapore have taken common plastic and engineered it into a nanomedicine that … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 12/04/2013

How NASA might build its very first warp drive “A few months ago, physicist Harold White stunned the aeronautics world when he announced that he and his team at NASA had begun work on the development of a faster-than-light warp … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 11/19/2013

The ASF’s Position on Oracle’s TCK License : The Apache Software Foundation Blog “Thus, ASF can only agree to the TCK license if Oracle will amend it consistent with the 2002 side-letter referred to above — i.e. by removing or … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 11/16/2013

Microsoft’s First 3-D Printing App Is Made For The Average Joe | Co.Design | business + design “Just a few months ago, Windows 8.1 became the first OS to support 3-D printing natively. That essentially meant Microsoft was building an … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 10/31/2013

Google Apps, once a leader, faces growing cloud app rivals – Computerworld “Seven years later, complacency has diluted that innovative spirit, and Google Apps now trails competing suites from IBM, Cisco and Microsoft in areas like enterprise social networking (ESN) … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 10/24/2013

Japan Test-Fires ‘Space Cannon’ to Shoot Asteroid | Space.com “A “space cannon” scheduled to fire a metal bullet at an asteroid in 2018 has been successfully tested, according to press reports. A spokesman with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s (JAXA) … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 10/11/2013

Successful companies will use mobile to drive change: IBM | ZDNet “Forward-looking enterprises are already dealing with the challenges of opening their business up on mobile, but the smart companies already have a number of key characteristics that see them … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 10/10/2013

Ballmer: Office not coming to iPad until it gets a touch UI on Windows | Ars Technica “At the Gartner Symposium in Florida today, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said that his company would bring Office to the iPad after the … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 09/04/2013

Winners And Losers In The Microsoft Nokia Deal – Forbes “Frankly, the industry had come to a point where most of the mobile hardware looked the same. If you stripped the label from a Samsung or HTC device, it was … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 08/26/2013

Young Tech Sees Itself in Microsoft’s Ballmer – NYTimes.com “The rare tech company manages to thrive from one generation of technology to the next. Only a few of the big ones — I.B.M., Intel and Apple — have done it. … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 08/23/2013

Microsoft’s next CEO: Who’s on the short list? | ZDNet “So who is likely to be on the short list? No doubt there will be both internal and external candidates. I don’t know who might be considered outside the company, … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 08/08/2013

IBM Develops Programming Language Inspired By The Human Brain – Forbes “Two years ago this month, IBM announced that it had developed a cognitive computer chip, inspired by human neural architecture. That chip was developed as part of the SyNAPSE … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 08/06/2013

IBM’s Irv Lustig on Taking CAP Exam – YouTube “IBM‘s Irv Lustig was one of the first INFORMS members to take the new INFORMS CAP (Certified Analytics Professional) exam. In this interview recorded at the 2013 INFORMS Analytics Conference in … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 08/03/2013

IBM, Open Source Robotics Foundation Partner for DARPA’s Cloud-Based Robotics Challenge | ExecutiveBiz “Open Source Robotics Foundation has picked an IBM company, SoftLayer Technologies, to co-host the first cloud-based robotics challenge  for the development of software that allows a simulated … Continue reading

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Daily links for 06/03/2013

Windows 8 continues to fail | ZDNet “While Microsoft apologists focus on Windows continuing to be the dominant desktop operating system, they keep missing the two elephants in the room: Windows 8 continues to fall behind Microsoft’s previous top operating … Continue reading

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Some questions to ask yourself if you want to be a data scientist

Last October, the Harvard Business Review published an article called “Data Scientist: The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century.” I could virtually hear the rejoicing in the work hallways of analysts, mathematicians, statisticians, and computer scientists everywhere. At last, recognition! … Continue reading

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Daily links for 02/08/2013

Dismal news for Microsoft’s mobile efforts: Windows Phone and Windows 8 tablets sales are in the dumper | Computerworld Blogs “Microsoft just got hit with a double-whammy: Reports show that Windows Phone market share is in the very low single … Continue reading

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Daily links for 11/25/2012

Scientists See Advances in Deep Learning, a Part of Artificial Intelligence – NYTimes.com “Using an artificial intelligence technique inspired by theories about how the brain recognizes patterns, technology companies are reporting startling gains in fields as diverse as computer vision, … Continue reading

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Daily links for 10/23/2012

Sharing But With Privacy In Mind: Mozilla Launches Social API For Firefox, Facebook Messenger First Service To Integrate For Beta Testing | TechCrunch “Interesting development today in the browser wars, with the latest battlefield being who is best positioned to … Continue reading

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Daily links for 10/20/2012

As Microsoft Shifts Its Privacy Rules, an Uproar Is Absent – NYTimes.com “Microsoft instituted a policy on Friday that gives the company broad leeway over how it gathers and uses personal information from consumers of its free, Web-based products like … Continue reading

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Daily links for 06/12/2012

Microsoft Adds Linux To Azure Cloud Platform “Microsoft (NSDQ:MSFT) on Thursday is unveiling new Windows Azure cloud services, including support for Linux-based operating systems. Microsoft, which thought of Linux as a rival, will now offer several Linux distributions. They are Suse … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/30/2012

Technology Leaders Support OASIS Standards for Open Data Protocol – MarketWatch “Based on that demand, Citrix Systems Inc., IBM Corp., Microsoft Corp., Progress Software, SAP AG and WSO2 are proposing an Open Data Protocol (OData) Technical Committee (TC) in the … Continue reading

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Daily links for 03/13/2012

Google programming languages failing to gain traction | Application Development – InfoWorld “In the March index, released over the weekend, Google saw its Go language drop out of the top 50 while Google’s Dart language was ranked 78th. Oracle’s Java … Continue reading

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Daily links for 03/08/2012 – Apple (new) iPad (3) Edition

iPad | TechCrunch “This was surprising because our expectations were set for a new name. But it really shouldn’t be all that surprising. My iMac is not the “iMac 11″. My MacBook Air is not the “MacBook Air 4″. The … Continue reading

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Daily links for 02/22/2012

John Thompson To Join Microsoft Board “Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) said Monday that John Thompson was appointed to the company’s board of directors, returning the board’s size to 10 members.” tags: microsoft Ubuntu for Android: Canonical brings Ubuntu desktop to docked … Continue reading

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IBM: Going Mobile with two big announcements

Today IBM announced some important enhancements to its Mobile strategy for supporting customers looking to grow and transform their businesses, whether they are B2C, B2B, or B2E. IBM Advances Mobile Capabilities with Acquisition of Worklight From the press release: In … Continue reading

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10 predictions for enterprise mobile for 2012

Yes, it’s that time of year of for predictions for what we might see in the next twelve months. Being in the IT business and in a company like IBM, I’m somewhat hamstrung in what I can say regarding the … Continue reading

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Daily links for 12/14/2011

SMS flaw reportedly found in Windows Phone 7.5 | Security – CNET News “A malicious SMS sent to a Windows Phone 7.5 device will force it to reboot and lock down the messaging hub (see video below). WinRumors said tests … Continue reading

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Daily links for 12/07/2011

Win 8 app store revealed: more money for devs, beta in late February “In San Francisco today, Microsoft started talking up the Windows Store, the online marketplace for Metro-style Windows 8 applications. With Apple‘s Mac App Store and iTunes Store … Continue reading

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Daily links for 11/30/2011

12 Things to Do After You’ve Written a New Blog Post | Content Marketing Post “You’ve just finished writing a great new blog post. You’re excited that you’ve shared your ideas and expertise with the world. But what should you … Continue reading

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Daily links for 11/09/2011

Will there be a Silverlight 6 (and does it matter)? | ZDNet “Microsoft is poised to release to manufacturing Silverlight 5. There’s word from some of my contacts that this might be the last major release of Silverlight, but Microsoft … Continue reading

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Daily links for 11/04/2011

Will HTML5 replace native apps? It might: here’s how to figure out when | Technology | guardian.co.uk “The debate about using ‘native web’ applications against ‘native applications’ has forgotten about one important element in the process – the user” tags: … Continue reading

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Daily links for 11/02/2011

Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux will battle for mobile developers | Mobile Technology – InfoWorld “But at mobile application developer Big Nerd Ranch, President Aaron Hillegass has seen mobile Linux efforts before and stressed the need for a viable ecosystem. “It isn’t … Continue reading

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A browser to resolve mobile app development confusion?

I read with interest the recent announcement by AppMobi that they are producing a browser for Apple iOS and eventually Android that will go beyond the basic HTML5 capabilities. InfoWorld: “Have your HTML5 and native app too” Press Release: “MobiUs … Continue reading

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Daily links for 10/26/2011

IBM Beats Oracle, Microsoft With Big Data Leap – Software – Information Management – Informationweek “The big data news kicked off of this week’s IBM Information OnDemand (IOD) conference in Las Vegas, where the company also announced a new iPad … Continue reading

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Daily links for 10/21/2011

Even the BlackBerry faithful are abandoning RIM | Mobile Technology – InfoWorld “The BlackBerry may not be dead, but it’s dying. New research from Enterprise Management Associates says that 30 percent of BlackBerry users in companies with more than 10,000 … Continue reading

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Daily links for 09/23/2011

Microsoft confirms that UEFI ‘secure boot’ might lock out Linux and older versions of Windows from new PCs | ZDNet “A few days ago, Red Hat developer Matthew Garrett raised the possibility that Linux (not to mention earlier versions of … Continue reading

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Mobile app development: Native vs. hybrid vs. HTML5 (part 1)

I’ve seen and heard a lot of discussion about how people build applications for mobile devices. While there are literally hundreds of thousands of apps out there for Apple, Android, Blackberry and other smartphones, I can’t help but think the … Continue reading

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Daily links for 09/17/2011

Open sourcing the post-Irene Vermont flood relief effort “Two weeks ago, in the wake of tropical storm Irene’s devastating flooding in Vermont’s Mad River Valley, local residents organized a MRV Flood Relief initiative. What began as a self-organized volunteer effort … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/19/2011

A tale of two failures: Microsoft’s Kin and HP’s TouchPad | ZDNet “Last year, Microsoft pulled the plug on its Kin phone after only seven weeks. HP just discontinued its TouchPad after even a shorter lifespan. It’s embarrassing to fail … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/17/2011

Exclusive: How LinkedIn used Node.js and HTML5 to build a better, faster app | VentureBeat “The app is two to 10 times faster on the client side than its predecessor, and on the server side, it’s using a fraction of … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/11/2011

Caching IBM Redbooks | WebSphere eXtreme Scale Best Practices for Operation and Management “This IBM® Redbooks® publication contains a summary of the leading practices for implementing and managing a WebSphere® eXtreme Scale installation. The information in this book is a … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/02/2011

WebSphere Application Server V8.0 samples “WebSphere Application Server V8 samples are new and improved! Although you will continue to find key sample applications installed with the product, most samples are now available online and can be accessed from a new … Continue reading

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Daily links for 07/22/2011

HTML5 to Create New Wave of Opportunities in Mobile Landscape “Smartphone adoption will continue to skyrocket with or without HTML5. That said, the most used single app is the browser. As HTML5 support continues to make its way into mobile … Continue reading

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Daily links for 07/19/2011

Top Five Linux Contributor: Microsoft | ZDNet “At first, this code wasn’t open-sourced at all, but in 2009, it was discovered that some GPL code was already in Hyper-V’s Linux drivers. So it was that “In a break from the … Continue reading

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Daily links for 07/14/2011

Google Staffing Up On Patent Lawyers And Experts | TechCrunch “It’s no secret Google is searching for more patents to add to its portfolio. The search giant recently lost the bid for Nortel’s 6,000 mobile and wireless patents to a … Continue reading

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Daily links for 07/12/2011

Share Posts in Both Google Plus and Facebook At The Same Time “Consider to follow this complete guide on how to automatically share your Google plus posts with Facebook friends.” tags: google facebook Google’s Rivals Accused of Colluding Against Android – Mobiledia – … Continue reading

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Daily links for 07/06/2011

Apple passes RIM in U.S. smartphone share — Apple News, Tips and Reviews “Apple’s iOS is now the number two smartphone platform in the U.S., according to market research firm comScore. Apple rose to second place during the three-month period … Continue reading

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Daily links for 07/02/2011

Readers Poll: The Greatest Bruce Springsteen Songs: | Rolling Stone Music | Photos “Last weekend we gave our readers the challenge of picking their single favorite Bruce Springsteen song. It’s not an easy decision. Do you go for an iconic … Continue reading

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Daily links for 06/08/2011

Doctor Who’s Daleks to get ‘a rest’ | Television & radio | guardian.co.uk “The Daleks, the most well known adversaries of Doctor Who’s timelord, are being sent into temporary exile, showrunner Steven Moffat has revealed. Moffat said that he had decided … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/25/2011

Microsoft Skype breaks open-source partnership | ZDNet “I told you so. I knew that Steve Ballmer could talk all he wanted about how Microsoft would continue to support non-Microsoft platforms, but that there was no way he’d actually do it. … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/16/2011

Groklaw 2.0 Interview: PJ on the beginning, ending, and future of Groklaw | opensource.com “Last month PJ announced that because SCO as we knew it is no more,” she would stop publishing new articles today, May 16, Groklaw’s anniversary. Now … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/12/2011

Five Reasons why Google’s Linux Chromebook is a Windows killer | ZDNet “Should Microsoft worry? Yeah, I think so. They’ve got Apple making in-roads on the business desktop front with tablets and smartphones, may other companies, like HP, are also … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/28/2011

Review: The best Linux book available | TechRepublic “A thick, heavy book with the equally weighty title A Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming may be the single most important Linux book you ever buy.” tags: linux … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/27/2011

Groklaw – Barnes & Noble Charges Microsoft with Misusing Patents to Further an Anticompetive Scheme Against Android “Microsoft has a scheme, Barnes & Noble asserts, to dominate Android and make it undesirable to device manufacturers and customers by demanding “exorbitant … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/19/2011

Apple vs. Microsoft by the numbers – Computerworld “If you invested $1,000 in each company’s stock on Jan. 3, 2000, what would you have ended up with in April 2011? Accounting for stock splits and, in Microsoft‘s case, dividends, but … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/14/2011

Is the love affair with the PC over? | ZDNet “In the US the biggest casualty was Acer, seeing an unit sale decline of 24.9%, and Dell dropping 12.1%. It’s not all bad news though, with Toshiba seeing a 10.9% … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/11/2011

Gartner: Microsoft will still be a tablet no-show in 2015 | ZDNet “Gartner projects that Apple’s iOS will hold 47 percent of the tablet operating system market in 2015 with Android at 38.6 percent. RIM’s QNX will have a respectable … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/08/2011

Microsoft reportedly at odds over retail store push | Microsoft – CNET News “But others in the company have apparently been crunching the numbers to argue against such a rapid expansion. In order to match the appeal of the Apple … Continue reading

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Daily links for 03/23/2011

Android Linux FUD Debunked | ZDNet “Perhaps that “need for attention” might derive from a desire to spread FUD about Android and to try to revive the old Microsoft myth that Linux’s GPLv2 is a cancer that infects other programs. … Continue reading

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Daily links for 03/22/2011

Microsoft sues Barnes & Noble, Foxconn and Inventec over Android patent infringement | ZDNet “As you may have seen, Microsoft today filed legal actions against Barnes & Noble, Inc., Foxconn International Holdings Ltd., and Inventec Corporation in both the U.S. … Continue reading

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Daily links for 03/10/2011

HP’s shot across Microsoft’s bow: webOS to ship on all HP PCs “The move should also be considered something of a shot across Microsoft‘s bow. By providing webOS on PCs, HP is positioned to provide PC users something that Microsoft … Continue reading

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