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Posted Jul 27, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
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Posted Jul 27, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
iTrouble for iPhone, Samsung outships Apple by 2-to-1 from April to June, new report shows By Robert Dominguez / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Lenovo Thinkpad Sl400 Battery + Lenovo Thinkpad Sl410 Battery + Lenovo Thinkpad Sl500 Battery +Lenovo Thinkpad Sl510 Battery + Lenovo Thinkpad W500 Battery + Lenovo Thinkpad W510... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Sprint Continues Turnabout; Sales of iPhone Steady By THOMAS GRYTA Dell Inspiron 15z Battery + Dell Inspiron 17 Battery + Dell Inspiron 1720 Battery + Dell Inspiron 1721 Battery + Dell Inspiron 1750 Battery + Dell Inspiron 1764 Battery + Dell Inspiron 17r Battery + Dell Inspiron 2000 Battery +... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Before IPhone and Android Came Simon, the First Smartphone By Ira Sager nikon en el9 battery nikon en el9a battery olympus li 10b battery In the 1995 techno thriller, The Net, Sandra Bullock plays a software programmer who unwittingly uncovers a plot to gain access to the world's most sensitive... Continue reading
Posted Jul 3, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Sony Google TV Blu-ray player drops OnLive support By Mark Raby Toshiba PA3257U-1BRS Battery Toshiba Satellite P200D Battery Toshiba Satellite P205 Battery Sony has axed support for OnLive game playback on its newest Google TV-powered Blu-ray player. Here's the kicker – the player hasn't even shipped yet; it isn't due... Continue reading
Posted Jul 3, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Google's Brin Bashes Hollywood, China, Facebook as Enemies of Internet Freedom By Damon Poeter Google co-founder Sergey Brin unloaded on Facebook, Apple, anti-piracy advocates, and government censors in an exclusive interview with the U.K.'s Guardian newspaper published Sunday. Brin referenced "very powerful forces that have lined up against the open... Continue reading
Posted Jun 4, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Currency Trading at $5 Trillion a Day Surpassed Pre-Lehman High, BIS Says By Anchalee Worrachate and David Goodman. Currency trading may have risen to a record $5 trillion a day in September, surpassing the peak reached before Lehman Brothers (LEHMQ) Holdings Inc.'s collapse in 2008, according to the Bank for... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
China Slowdown May Portend Easing as Asia Considers Options for Stimulus By loomberg News. China's economic growth slowed in the first two months of the year, with both exports and domestic demand moderating faster than analysts had forecast, building the case for Premier Wen Jiabao to accelerate stimulus measures. The... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Stocks Drop for First Time Four Days as Commodities Decline on China Trade By Lynn Thomasson and Jacob Adelman. Stocks (MXWO) fell for the first time in four days, commodities slid and the yuan weakened after Chinese exports grew at a slower pace than forecast. Indian shares advanced as the... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Dell Seeks Edge on IPad With Business-Focused Windows Tablet By Aaron Ricadela and Emily Chang. Dell Inc. (DELL) Chief Executive Officer Michael Dell said there's growing demand for tablet computers that can run the next version of Windows, which may help his company siphon away corporate customers from the iPad.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Android Dodges Apple iOS Address Book Debacle: But not by Much By Daniel Ionescu. Apple is eating dirt over how iOS apps share your data with publishers, primarily personal address books harvested by a certain company named Path. But is Google any better with the way Android apps behave? We... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Most Motorola devices won't get Android 4.0 update anytime soon By Athima Chansanchai If you own a Motorola phone and are waiting for the upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, get ready for disappointment: A handful of tablets and phones will be upgraded by this summer, while the hottest... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Motorola's Messy Ice Cream Sandwich Speaks Volumes On Android BY Eric Zeman. Motorola says that many owners of its most popular devices will have to wait as long as six months for Android 4.0 updates. The Android update model is clearly broken. Android system updates have been a contentious issue... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Malware loves Android, but iOS users could be at risk too By Lance Whitney. A new study from Juniper finds that Android is the hardest hit by malicious apps but says iOS could be vulnerable as well. Android has gotten a lot of negative buzz for its susceptibility to malware.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
US says children have easy access to smartphone apps but parents are unaware of privacy risks By RICHARD LARDNER. WASHINGTON (AP) - Who is monitoring the apps that kids use on their phones? The government complained Thursday that software companies producing games and other mobile applications aren't telling parents what... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Gov't says parents need more info on apps for kids VIA:smh.com.au. Who is monitoring the apps that kids use on their phones? The government complained Thursday that software companies producing games and other mobile applications aren't telling parents what personal information is being collected from kids and how companies are... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Apps for kids get poor grades for privacy By Cecilia Kang. The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday criticized the privacy policies of mobile apps aimed at children and Apple's and Google's apps stores, saying a broad range of information about young users could be being collected and parents aren't being... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
GSA Prepares For Federal Mobile Push By Elizabeth Montalbano. Anticipating the influx of new mobile technology in the federal government, the General Services Administration (GSA) is preparing to simplify the purchase of wireless equipment and services, just as GSA itself is beginning to explore the use of iPhones and Android-based... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Facebook Cites Google+, Mobile Shift Among Potential Risks Editors: Nick Turner, Dan Reichl, VIA:businessweek.com. (Updates Zynga share trading in 14th paragraph.) Feb. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Facebook Inc., the social network that filed for an initial public offering yesterday, listed rivalry with Google Inc., regulatory scrutiny, hacker attacks and the shift... Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Windows of opportunity BY CIARA O'BRIEN, VIA:irishtimes.com. WHEN WINDOWS Phone 7 was unveiled in 2010, it seemed as if Microsoft was competing in a market where it could never hope to catch up. Its predecessor, Windows Mobile, had never really captured the attention of the average consumer ¨C and now... Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Technology-Driven Trends for 2012 VIA:huffingtonpost.com. No matter what industry you're in, your company can't survive without technology. And these days, even non-technical employees know that technology goes way beyond desktop computers and networks. From smart phones and tablet computers to mobile apps and cloud-based technology, there's a plethora of technological... Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Smartphone Security: Keeping your personal information safe VIA:9wsyr.com. Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - You call it a smartphone. A hacker calls it a computer, or an opportunity to steal your personal information. For many people, a smartphone is a must-have, whether it's an iPhone, a BlackBerry, or an Android phone. With a... Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
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Posted Jan 5, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog
Yingli Group's solar technology deep into the American Campus According to Bloomberg, China's second largest domestic manufacturer of solar panels - Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited (Yingli Green Energy Holding Co.) Rutgers University has for the United States (Rutgers University) supplied the 7600 solar panels, by the light energy... Continue reading
Posted Jan 5, 2012 at Jason Lewis's blog