At the end of the day Apple sued an Android mobile phone manufacturer. HTC, but you will have heard that for sure. On March 2nd, 2010 Apple filed a lawsuit concurrently with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) and in U.S. District Court in Delaware. This is what the offiicial Press Release from Apple was stating. […]
In the past few days I have seen a lot of post on the YouTube channel describing the making of the Nexus one. Since today Google has posted 5 videos: Concept and Design Display and 3D Framework Testing Manufacturing Day One Here is the link to the YouTube channel: GoogleNexusOne Here is the first video […]
These are my links for January 30th through February 6th:
- Where Real Innovation Happens – This is a great article. A must read.
- Toshiba TG01 with 4.1-inch WVGA touchscreen: a world's first Snapdragon – Engadget Mobile – This is a fantastic device!
- Put Google on your Business Cards – Brilliant ideas for a business card.
- The myth of width: When wide screens don't work | Crave – CNET – I cannot agree more on this… I definitely hate my 17 inch home laptop and switched a long time ago to a 15 inch MacBook Pro.
- PI: NoLogo/ Il Controllo – One the best things I have read recently… Very passionate.
Since I had the Apple iPhone in my gadgets list I have to say that I have been very impressed by the AppStore. It is definitely a quantum leap in application distribution. In the past we had only a few means to distribute applications on a mobile device: Pre install the application on the mobile […]
On September 1st Google annouced the forthcoming release of Google Chrome, an open source web browser that is going to compete in an already overpopulated market. Apart from the considerations about this move from Google that has been already deeply discussed on the web, I was amused by a collateral initiative launched by Google to […]
A few days ago Google has finally released a new version of the Android SDK. The version number of this new versione is 0.9 and it seems that we are slowly approaching the first official release of Version 1.0. The post of the announcement can be read by following this link pointing to the official […]
I think that one of the most interesting thing in our job is trying to understand what customers do with your products. Even if you are convinced that you covered all of the possible use cases for your product/application/service you can rest sure that out there there is some crazy guy that will find something […]
Apple has recently stated to have sold 1 million iPhone units. That’s a great result. I have recently been able to put my hands on one of these devices and I have to admit that I have been really impressed. Apart from the underground community efforts to make this beast usable to run third parties […]
I have gone through this document from the US Patent & Trademark Office. It describes the recent patent obtained by Google for SMS payment. Let’s just have a look at the abstract: A computer-implemented method of effectuating an electronic on-line payment includes receiving at a computer server system a text message from a payor containing […]