Monthly Archives: February 2011

The sky is falling… again.

My Windows-using friends LOVE these articles. They like to point out how, as the Mac user-base gets larger, the Mac becomes just as insecure as Windows. I’ve asked – time and time again – for legitimate proof of code that … Continue reading

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How ‘open’ is Google, really?

How ‘open’ is Google, really? I don’t even have to change the article’s name. The link is below – it’s a CNN article and they should get full credit for the title. I won’t get into too much detail, as … Continue reading

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Has Motorola become the “beta” hardware maker?

It certainly seems that Motorola has taken some cues from Google. Release a product, but release it in beta. However, Motorola doesn’t advertise a beta product – they advertise a fully, ready-to-go tablet for your enjoyment. Let’s examine Motorola’s definition … Continue reading

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Excuses go from 0 to Xoom in a Flash!

Who do we take to task today? I think it would have to be Motorola. As a pro-Apple user, I can’t help but to have a sore spot for Motorola – the company that took 18 months to get past … Continue reading

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Introducing – The VaporPad®

Introducing… The VaporPad®. 7 USB ports 7 HDMI ports 7 Firewire 3200 ports 1 Infrared sensor Sony MiniDisc optical drive Sony Blu-Ray drive Made completely of TruVapor® (patent pending) — LiquidMetal’s got nothing on us. There. Now I’m the same … Continue reading

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Dear spammers…

Dear “people who post one word replies in the hopes of spamming some URL”…..

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No lines for the Verizon iPhone because…. Analysts are dumb and need new stories every day!

Oh, no! The sky is falling™!!! There are no lines around the block for the Verizon iPhone! It must mean Apple is doomed. That’s what the analysts would like you to believe today. Could it be a sign of waning … Continue reading

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