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Apple Announces a Storm of Executive Changes

Apple is determined not to allow the year to end quietly. On heels of its iPad Mini and iPad 4 announcements, the company has announced big changes in its executive leadership. Will the changes be enough to keep Apple on top post Steve Jobs?

Zend Integrates PhoneGap into PHP Tools for Mobile + Cloud Apps

Zend, providers of PHP based tools for mobile and enterprise app developers, has introduced updates to three flagship products during its ZendCon event this week, and a PhoneGap integration for building cross-platform apps.

First Feedback is in on the iPad Mini and Microsoft Surface Tablets

ipadmini_thumb.jpg There's nothing like the knives being out for a new product to stir some controversy in the market, as the reviewers get their hands on the first Microsoft tablet and Apple's less-than-mini iPad. 

Knowledge Networks, Content Intelligence and The Zen of SharePoint #SharePointSym

Knowledge Networks, Content Intelligence and The Zen of SharePoint #SharePointSym

It’s not everyday that I attend a SharePoint conference and become engaged in academic discussions about the value of knowledge sharing and content intelligence. Such was the case when I attended the opening keynote of the KMWorld 2012 of which the SharePoint Symposium was a part.

Microsoft Makes a Marketing Automation Play With MarketingPilot Acquisition

Anybody that had doubts about Microsoft’s commitment to service got more proof this week. Only days before its second quarter earnings announcement, the company announced plans to acquire cloud storage vendor StorSimple and that it closed on a deal to buy marketing automation provider MarketingPilot. Should Salesforce be concerned?

iPad Mini Images and News Leak Ahead of Official Event Invites

applelogo.png Why do the press even bother turning up to Apple's shindigs these days, already details and imagery of the new iPad Mini are raging across the web, even as the invites are sent out. 

Facebook Passes the Billion User Mark, But Where Will Revenue Growth Come From?

 facebook-logosmall.JPGUser growth will come from new territories as the social media giant continues to eat up users' time and Likes, with almost half of all North Americans using the Facebook service to keep in touch online. But where will it see new revenue growth?

iPad Mini Enters Production, New Challenges for Apple

applelogo.png With the calendar fast ticking down to the holiday selling season, Apple is ready to counter Amazon and others on the budget tablet front, with reports suggesting the near-mythical iPad Mini is now in production. But, beyond price, what can Apple do to make it appeal to those not in the iOS family?

Google's Field Trip App Acts as your Local Tour Guide

fieldtrip_logo.PNG A new app for Android phones brings local information, tourist facts, offers and restaurant recommendations for those new to a city, or taking the tour. 

eXo Debuts Mobile 2.2 with Redesigned Apps, iPad Retina Display Support

Companies struggling with getting workers to adopt an intranet now have a new way to win them over. Style. eXo's new Mobile 2.2 apps have been redesigned with a high style approach, and the iPad version even takes advantage of the tablet's crisp retina display.

Samsung Starts at Home with Galaxy Note II Launch

Thumbnail image for galaxynote.jpg Samsung is expecting monster sales of its new supersize smartphone which launches in South Korea today, a territory that Apple has not yet launched the iPhone 5 in. 

Zeebox Brings Social Media to American TV via Smartphones and Tablets

zeebox_app_logo.PNG Having proved a success in the U.K., Zeebox is coming to America, partnering with Comcast and other broadcasters. The Zeebox app helps friends use their phone or tablet as a second social screen while enjoying their TV viewing, and creating a potential goldmine in the interactive link between the viewer and content providers and advertisers. 

The Death of SharePoint Designer?

For many of us who eagerly await the release of the latest and greatest from Microsoft we were shocked and awed when we discovered that this release removed one of the primary tools for Business Users from the product. SharePoint Designer, as we had come to know it, had been drastically changed.

Microsoft, RIM Licensing Deal To Improve Blackberry 10 Video Capabilities

Last week Meg Whitman slapped down any speculation that HP would buy struggling RIM. Instead, she said HP would make its own smartphone way. That doesn’t mean that RIM will not undergo a renaissance, and the announcement of a licensing agreement with Microsoft could be part of that.

Today is iOS 6.0 Day, Kicking Google to the Kerb

ios6_thumb.PNG Around 1PM Eastern Time, if tradition holds, expect the connection to Apple's update servers to collapse into a sea of mush as millions of iPhone and iPad users rush to try out the latest features offered by the new mobile OS. 



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