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Everything Announced at WWDC in One Handy List

Published on June 7, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet If you have any interest in Apple, period, you probably have already read a lot of this information about WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference) which took place today. But in case you missed something (or hadn’t heard a peep because you were under a rock!), the folks over at The Next Web put together […]

Smokescreen brings Flash to iPhones – this is going to make Steve mad!

Published on June 2, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet Most everyone knows where Steve Jobs stands with regard to Flash.   It will not be on iPhones nor the iPad.   End of discussion. Along comes Smokescreen, a technology which allows Flash without the plugin.   It’s a ballsy move, given the power of Steve.  But here is the company’s opinion on the entire matter: “This […]

Apple buys Siri to compete with Search on Android

Published on May 3, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet Apple has purchased Siri, and iPhone app that debuted only a few months ago.  Siri is a virtual personal assistant that allows you to speak a request into your iPhone and obtain results from the web. From their site: No more endless clicking on links and pages to get things done on the Internet. Delegate […]

Microsoft agreement with HTC sends a message to Apple

Published on April 29, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet Microsoft announced a licensing agreement with HTC this week. While the overt message is that Microsoft is going after Android, it seems like Microsoft may be coming to the defense of HTC and firing a warning shot across Apple’s bow. Read the entire story here. Source: PC World Tweet