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iPhone rescues the ebook from the rubbish bin of history?
October 30th, 2008

We have a better class of ebook reader now, however. Amazon’s Kindle, Sony’s reader and iRex’s Iliad all have faults, but they have an expanded toolset more suited to the increasingly wireless and converged world where we not only want content on the go but see no need to restrict it to just books.

The desktop in your pocket
September 16th, 2011

Steve Jobs’ last innovation to reach the market before leaving Apple might have been moving the computer desktop one step closer to the smartphone interface.


Do we multitask or not?
August 5th, 2010

The complaints are actually a skewed compliment to Apple and completely vindicate their approach. The users who want multitasking on their iPhone consider it more of a little computer than just a mobile, especially with so many cool things to do that are so easy to access and use.

Getting blokes reading again
August 5th, 2010

Or it may be broader than that. Maybe guys just love something that ties into another media they already consume. Kids’ action series like Zac Power are big if they have interactivity like websites, and the Top Gear books sell like hotcakes.


Choosing between “It Just Works” and best of breed
November 11th, 2009

Apple is mostly right with their oft-repeated refrain It Just Works. Of course, you wouldn’t expect it any other way if you inhabit a world exclusively of Apple products. As soon as you bring another operating system or protocol into the equation, they’ll tell you that’s the element causing the problem.

Did Apple see the end of print?
August 5th, 2010

With the first iMac in 1998, Steve Jobs’ return to Apple’s helm was about veering the company towards billions of consumers hungry for gadgets






Choosing between “It Just Works” and best of breed My iPod's getting old. It's my second one, a fourth gen iPod Classic ...
November 11th, 2009

iPhone rescues the ebook from the rubbish bin of history? Ebooks have been a long time coming. If you believe most they're ...
October 30th, 2008

Do we multitask or not? The lines are blurring, the waters muddying. Where's the dividing line between ...
August 5th, 2010

Apple Without Jobs? It's said when the US economy sneezes, the rest of the world ...
October 23rd, 2008


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