worldspy - 29.06.12 19:06 Bertrand Serlet is widely considered to be the brains behind Apple's Mac operating system. He was even mentioned as a possible successor to Steve Jobs at one point. So it came as a shock to some when Serlet decided to step down in March, 2011 after 22 years with the company. mehr bei businessinsider.com
worldspy - 29.06.12 17:41 Well, it's official.
Five years ago today, Apple launched the iPhone.
Today it seems safe to say that never in history has a single product been so astoundingly successful so fast and had such a radical impact on the world.*
As Marc Andreessen said on Charlie Rose last night, the iPhone isn't a "phone." It's a super-computer in your pocket. mehr bei businessinsider.com
worldspy - 29.06.12 14:38 Today is the fifth anniversary of the iPhone.
It's been an incredible five years for Apple, and nothing illustrates how incredible it's been better than this 2007 exchange between Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and David Lieberman of USA Today:
Q: People get passionate when Apple comes out with something new — the iPhone; of course, the... mehr bei businessinsider.com
worldspy - 29.06.12 14:38 Adobe says it will not develop Flash for the newest version of Android.
This all but ends Flash on smartphones, notes Chris Ziegler at The Verge.
When the iPad came out, Steve Jobs famously trashed Flash for mobile.
Afterwards Apple's rivals used Flash as a selling point for their phones and tablets. mehr bei businessinsider.com
worldspy - 29.06.12 13:39 Is this the end of RIM as we know it?
Reuters reports hearing from sources that RIM's board is currently weighing several extreme options including joining forces with Microsoft or selling off its network business, a key part of the company.
RIM announced a greater quarterly operating loss than expected on Thursday, and revealed that it is once... mehr bei businessinsider.com
worldspy - 29.06.12 00:39 Google just released Chrome for iPod and iPad, but it's guaranteed to be slower than Safari.
The explanation involves a bunch of technical coderspeak, but it boils down to this: Apple reserves its fast... mehr bei businessinsider.com
worldspy - 27.06.12 23:15 Google makes stuff. Physical stuff.
That's the overwhelming message the Web giant delivered today at its big Google I/O conference for developers in San Francisco.
On the menu: an updated Google Nexus smartphone, the Nexus 7 tablet, the Nexus Q media PC—even the surprise announcement of the first commercially available version of Google... mehr bei businessinsider.com
worldspy - 27.06.12 22:39 Google showed off its computerized glasses at a developers conference today by having a bunch of people wearing them – and streaming video from them – jump out of a blimp and land on the roof of the conference center.
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worldspy - 27.06.12 18:16 This is a news note from Business Insider Intelligence, a new research and analysis service focused on the mobile industry. Subscribers get full access to our chart library, plus the underlying data for many charts. Sign up for a free trial here.The world of apps is very hard to navigate. It's a bit of a mystery how certain apps win. mehr bei businessinsider.com
worldspy - 27.06.12 16:51 In the midst of a crisis, the world is watching a big EU Summit that begins now. We explain why the stakes are so high.
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