Archive | January 9th, 2010

Tablet OS to include advanced multitouch gestures along with multitouch version of iWork

9. January 2010

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Apple has been working on a tablet in one form or another for years, and now that Steve Jobs is sufficiently satisfied to release one out into the wild, it’s a good bet that the device will blow users away much like the iPhone did when Jobs first unveiled the iconic smartphone back at Macworld […]

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Palm CEO Jon Rubenstein has never used an iPhone

9. January 2010

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At CES 2009, Palm stole the show when it showcased the Palm Pre. At last, people thought, a true competitor to the iPhone. Though the Pre hasn’t done much to steal the iPhone’s thunder, it was enough to keep Palm afloat at a time when its days seemed numbered. Spearheading the development of the Palm […]

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Keep warm with Pocket Heat for the iPhone? Not bloody likely

9. January 2010

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App developers certainly don’t lack an imagination when it comes to putting up gimmicky and utterly pointless apps up on iTunes. Case in point – an app called┬áPocket Heat which touts itself as being able to turn your iPhone or iPod Touch into a portable heater by running the CPU at maximum capacity. The description […]

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CEO of mobile ad firm Quattro Wireless will now be Apple’s VP of mobile advertising

9. January 2010

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Earlier this week, Apple raised the stakes in its ongoing and nascent rivalry with Google when it entered the mobile ad space with its $275 million purchase of Quattro Wireless. As part of the acquisition, Quattro CEO Andrew (otherwise known as Andy) Miller will now take on the role of VP of Apple’s Mobile Advertising […]

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