Photo Credit: Trey Ratcliff for StuckinCustoms It’s renowned travel photographer Trey Ratcliff’s photo of the day for April 30, 2012. Ah, how I envy him. This is shot in Iceland. At his photo a day site StuckInCommons he describes his photo, A Rock Cleaved: I need more waterfalls in my life! This is what I […]
Archive | April, 2012
Our Associate Editor Shane Brady says he isn’t a fan boy — but he sees a real opportunity for Google in Google Drive. With GD as the docs/storage hub of spokes pointing to gmail, youtube, docs, photos, etc …that’s a powerful Google offering to people who want exact same experiences on any device they walk […]
Dan Patterson and William Doc Stodden host The Minecraft Project by KoPoint, sponsored by Soundcloud and featured here at aNewDomain.net
Let us know, if you’re a WP7 fan, what you like about it. Comment below and we’ll add to the story. With its good looks, slick UI and legions of fans, the Windows Phone 7.X UI shines brilliantly with Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder, and lots of other outliers. But why? Tell us what you think […]
It’s our John C. Dvorak X3 and the video of the week: it shows a self-propelled flying object. Check this video out — hosts John C. Dvorak, Andrew Eisner and Joe Engo on today’s episode of John C. Dvorak X3. One topic, three pundits, two minutes. More or less.
How to pick a pure play robot stock? Here’s Frank Tobe’s view from therobotreport.com — special to anewdomain.net.
Here’s a bundle of patents Facebook received from IBM. They’re in the database now. Hardware patents — telecom patents, for the most part. All the patents as recorded available in this story … IBM to FB – 009
Our John C. Dvorak with X3 co-hosts Andrew Eisner and Joe Engo for comment on a nice fat Apple Q2 2012 result. Profits are $11.6 billion. It’s John C. Dvorak X3. One topic, three pundits, two minutes, more or less.
Here’s an independent, non-vendor produced graphic — it compares such mobile operating systems as the RIM BlackBerry OS, Apple iOS, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango and Android 4.0. When considering specs and the recommendations of friends, just be sure to look for bang for the buck, a good cultural fit, and durability, too. No matter what […]
First check out this from Microsoft. It’s an infographic — a commercial one — focusing just on Windows Phone 7. In a nearby post, I’ll put a Windows Phone 7 Mango versus Apple iOS versus RIM BlackBerry versus Android 4.0 comparison.