The Apple iPhone and Apple iPad are some of the most revolutionary and beloved devices on the planet. So many people use them, in fact, that providing a user friendly, integrated means for publishers to sell and install content on these devices is a valuable
An interesting development in the world of technology may be inadvertently playing out with the release of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablet computer. When Apple released the iPad to much fanfare in early 2010, one of the big things people noticed was that the device did
Mark Twain once said that there were lies, damn lies, and statistics. The more you know about math, the more you understand that what he meant was that one can lie with statistics, NOT that all statistics are lies. The trouble with statistics is two-fold.
Technology bloggers and their tech media compatriots are infamous for proclaiming things revolutionary at seemingly random intervals. It seems that every new product or startup company signals the end of computing or networking or technology as we know it. These proclamations are based on nothing
AT&T and Verizon have been going back and forth in their advertising lately regarding AT&T cell phone coverage and Verizon’s claims about it. If you missed it, the whole thing started with some television commercials in which Verizon showed AT&T’s coverage map compared to Verizon’s
Wired magazine had a glowing review of Apple CEO Steve Jobs, but I think today we’ve shown it as an example of what not to do.