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App Development In The Classroom
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HTC Under Fire: IPCom Halts HTC Sales In Germany
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Is it the End of the Line? AT&T and T-Mobile Drop FCC Applications
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Keep the Wolf from the Door: FCC Attempts to thwart AT&T/ T-Mobile Merger
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Flash in the Pan: Adobe to Focus on HTML5
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Faster Than a Speeding Bullet: The New NVIDIA Kal-El Chip
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Kiss Island Light iPhone/iPad App Review
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Is There A Security Bug in the iPhone?
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App Development In The Classroom
Nov 29th 2011 at 09:48am by GiveMeApps

Technology and the classroom, have come a long way. Now one school is offering a class on how to develop applications. You may think that I’m referring to a college course, although this is for high school students. There is a high school in Westchester, MA (Westchester High School) that is of...



HTC Under Fire: IPCom Halts HTC Sales In Germany
Nov 28th 2011 at 06:03am by Joseph Sugabo

IPCom, a German patent firm stated that they plan on enforcing, “an injunction based on a Mannheim court decision from February 2009 after HTC, the fourth largest smartphone vendor globally, withdrew its appeal, which was due to be decided on next week” (Tarmo Virki, Reuters). IPCom inte...



Is it the End of the Line? AT&T and T-Mobile Drop FCC Applications
Nov 25th 2011 at 10:24am by Joseph Sugabo

AT&T has withdrawn its FCC application with T-Mobile on Wednesday thanks to the FCCs decision to require AT&T and T-Mobile to sit through an administrative hearing. “As a result of the FCC’s action, AT&T expects to recognize a pretax accounting charge of $4 billion ($3 billio...



Keep the Wolf from the Door: FCC Attempts to thwart AT&T/ T-Mobile Merger
Nov 23rd 2011 at 09:59am by Joseph Sugabo

“You can’t create a monster, then whine when it stomps on a few buildings” (Lisa Simpson). U.S. regulators are going to great lengths to ensure that AT&T never has the chance to stomp on anything. AT&T’s $39 billion T-Mobile acquisition is in hot water today (November...



Flash in the Pan: Adobe to Focus on HTML5
Nov 21st 2011 at 10:17am by Joseph Sugabo

Abode vice president and general manager Danny Winokur released a blog post on November 9, 2011 stating that Adobe would stop development of its Flash Player for mobile browsers so that it can focus on HTML5. Winokur stated that, “HTML5 is now universally supported on major mobile devices, in ...



Faster Than a Speeding Bullet: The New NVIDIA Kal-El Chip
Nov 19th 2011 at 08:28pm by Joseph Sugabo

Announced February 2011 by NVIDIA, Project Kal-El is a chip that would make even Superman jealous. The Tegra 3 or, Kal-El is a quad-core processing powerhouse that promises to power through your high performance tasks like a locomotive. It’s not without its little secret though, just like the ...



Kiss Island Light iPhone/iPad App Review
Nov 14th 2011 at 10:15am by Wayne Tempel

With the launch of Kiss Island 2.0 from Ostin Games, which coincided with a major much needed update, this game has really improved. This action game includes survival style fighting and sweet kiss rewards. The user is playing as Jack Starley, the USAF’s #1 pilot, whose state of the art milita...



Is There A Security Bug in the iPhone?
Nov 9th 2011 at 09:20am by Wayne Tempel

Since it’s release in 2007, Apples’ iOS has remained malware free, first for the iPhone and now the iPad. This is due to Apples highly rigorous attitude towards their apps and their app store. The process that a developer has to go through to get an app approved in their store can be ove...