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Archive | June, 2012
Ant Pruitt wraps up the news from the Google I/O 2012 developers conference in San Francisco.
Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is a big deal. Carey Head predicts it will sell well and is looking forward to its success to energize the sluggish Android tablet market.
Check out this chart. Cloud computing satisfies storage needs, but it sure isn’t right for every enterprise.
Google I/O 2012, Microsoft, and Samsung Galaxy S III sales are on Yet Another Tech Show. It’s YATS, Episode 15 with our Mat Lee, Ant Pruitt, Larry Press, Mike Rothman and guest Isaac Kendall.
Drones, a coup in Paraguay and the Supreme Court’s ruling on healthcare. Journalist, attorney and former CIA agent Jack Rice join me and co-host Marc Lizoain for a great discussion and more of this week’s news. This is KoPoint news.
One reason I still use Windows 7 rather than convert everything to a Mac is that I like Microsoft Office, in large part because after so many years, books, columns, email, blogs, taxes and the rest, I’m pretty well used to it. But Windows 7 search is …
Google+ is a year old today. Our partner site, MediaTapper.com, gave awards to the celebrities that have emerged from the service — and our featured world photographer +Trey Ratcliff of StuckInCustoms.com was one. Congratulations to Trey and have a good one, Google+. Got a comment? Write it in below and we’ll work the best ones […]
GENEVA: I’m here in Geneva the World International Patent Organization (WIPO) conference, where global patent hotshots like Giancarlo Caretti, the head of the Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer of the Joint Research Center of the European Commission and our own IP expert, world-renowned intellectual property attorney Tom Ewing, are training the top minds globally on […]
Where are you right now? Grab your smartphone send me a pic and some details on your topic and location. Be a published photographer — here’s how.