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John Gruber’s Analysis of the the Apple Event

John Gruber's analysis of last week's Apple event was one of the most pertinent we've read. Check it out on daringfireball.net

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Did the iPhone Kill Google Reader?

The End of Google Reader This week Google announced the death of Google Reader, its RSS reading solution. Is it possible that the iPhone was one of the major causes of the failure of Google Reader? What is Google Reader and What did it Bring to Google? Rich Site Summary (RSS) was first released in 1999 but really became popular in the mid 2000s with the rise of ...

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Why Apple and Samsung will Rule the Future of Television

There are several trends in television that will concentrate hardware sales in the hands of just a few companies, but will enable consumers to have a much deeper televisual experience. How Television Will be Consumed On February 1st, 2013 Netflix released its first commissioned series, House of Cards. Not only was this a first for the company, it was a first in ...

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B2B Whitepapers must change radically in 2013 to stay relevant

The whitepaper is a very important part of the business to business marketeer's toolset. It enables a company to describe and educate potential customers about the potential of their product. Whitepapers traditionally have been distributed as printed pieces, or their online equivalent, the Adobe PDF. Why Whitepapers are Changing. The way people are reading is ...

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Why Apple Shouldn’t Buy DropBox

John Gruber suggested on daringfireball that Apple should buy DropBox because that is what everyone is using to get documents from their iPads to their computers. What John has caught on to, is that there is a problem with the document transfer process in place, and I will be the first one to agree with him on this point. However, Apple has taken a decision to ...

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Twitterific’s New Design is Part of a Trend: Cool, Clean and Made for the iPad Mini?

Twitterific from Iconfactory is one of the oldest third party twitter clients available; and they've just launched a new version, Twitterific 5, for the iPhone and the iPad. The design language in the application is amazing. It places, in my opinion, Twitterific in the vanguard of applications that are successfully applying zen principles of calm and white space. ...

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Why the iOS iWork Update Makes the iPad a more Compelling Business Tool for your Workflow

The refrain from many has been that the iPad is a content consumption tool, but content consumption today also means the ability to interact with it. As part of our work today, we do have a lot of documents that need to be read and interacted with. How do you want to read those documents? Do you print them out, read them on your computer screen or on your tablet? ...

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Apple Announces the new iPad Mini

It's been a while coming, and here it is, the new iPad mini. It's an 8inch tablet, smaller than its 10inch big brother but larger than the 4 inch iPhone. Here are a few initial thoughts on the device: Size It's so much smaller and handier than the standard iPad. I certainly think it will be great for a whole lot of uses, especially reading books where the iPad ...

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Ten Ways the New iPad Mini will Create Opportunities for Business

On Tuesday 23rd October, Apple is expected to reveal their long awaited smaller iPad. There are a lot of ideas about what this device is expected to achieve and what it will be like, and in any case it will provide opportunities for business. As of yet, as the name of the device has not been announced, we will for thr purposes of this article call it the iPad ...

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iCloud is Making iOS App Development Cheaper

When iCloud was released by Apple, one of its great promises was to make development cheaper by enabling developers to sync data between different devices without having to create their own backed syncing systems. Syncing is a difficult problem to solve, so to have open APIs available to developers can be a big help and can help support different use cases between ...

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