Monthly Archives: August 2010

Adobe bet all their chips on success of Android; Oracle gunning to cash in on Android’s success

Two different companies, two different strategies. Since the Apple slammed the door on letting Flash in on the iPhone party, Adobe are betting all their chips and their mobile strategy for the future on the Android platform. The open approach … Continue reading

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My take on the Google/Verizon not-so-neutral net-neutrality proposal

There’s been a lot of talk about Google and Verizon’s net-neutrality proposal to the FCC. Net-neutrality in concept states that all content should be treated as equal and ISPs should not have the ability to throttle bandwidth depending on content … Continue reading

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iPhone coming to Verizon?

It’s been rumored for a while, but is the iPhone exclusivity to AT&T in the US finally coming to an end? If this story that Apple have reportedly purchased millions of CDMA chipsets is true, then they’re planning for something … Continue reading

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