What We Can Learn From Steve Jobs’ Passing

What We Can Learn From Steve Jobs’ Passing

Many were upset by the passing of Steve Jobs on October 5th and understandably so. Jobs was a force in the tech world whose innovation will become legendary. Jobs did a lot with his time, but his death still leaves a bitter taste in many mouths. One can’t help but wonder what else was up this creative genius’s sleeve or what might have been if he had been able to continue innovating for just a few more years. Jobs died from complications with pancreatic cancer….

The History Of: Microsoft Zune

Microsoft’s Zune is officially dead. But where we say good-bye to Microsoft’s in-house hardware we say hello to a new generation of PMP; a device whose soul purpose is no longer to simply entertain but communicate with the world around us too. Join us after the break as we take a walk back through time, admiring Microsoft’s Zune through the years… Launch Day: November 13th, 2006 On November 13th, 2006, Microsoft in conjunction with Toshiba…

The Biggest, Most Complete “Let’s Talk iPhone” Wrap Up!

The Biggest, Most Complete “Let’s Talk iPhone” Wrap Up!

Today’s “Let’s Talk iPhone” just wrapped up with Apple unleashing a ton of new stuff. Hop past the break as we give you the most complete rundown of everything iOS 5/iPhone 4S/iCloud related… Cards Apple started off the event with a surprise (yawner) — Cards. The gist: you take pictures on your iPhone and “Apple does the rest”. Bonus: Push Notification for when the arrives at your address. Pricing for individual cards…

Droid Prime/Nexus Prime Rumor Round-up.

The Nexus Prime is undoubtedly the most highly anticipated Android phone of 2011. While it was to be the first Android phone to feature 720 x 1280 (720p) resolution, that crown has since been claimed by Samsung’s Galaxy S II LTE HD. But there’s still plenty to be excited about. For starters, Nexus devices are “pure” Google phones (ie: they lack manufacturer/carrier customizations such as ugly, performance sucking skins). Even better, however, is…

Mid-week Update: Apple, Lodsys And Everyone Else Being Sued.

Being rather enthusiastic iOS users (most of us anyway) here at GS means we’ve been quiet diligent in following the Lodsys vs. small (and now big) time developers in regards to in-app purchasing. According to patent troll Lodsys, basically Apple’s entire developer ecosystem who uses in-app purchasing and doesn’t contact them for licensing is in need of a good suing. Apple meanwhile states that their generous licensing terms already covers individual…

RIM’s Problem: Too Many Devices. Not Enough Focus (And A Bit Of Denial).

By now you’ve no doubt skimmed over the content from RIM’s shareholder meeting that wrapped up earlier tonight. While a lot was covered, one thing in particular stood out — RIM’s plans to push 7 new BlackBerry devices into the market in “rapid succession”. On one hand, RIM is trying to cover as many of the checkboxes as they can. They want to cater to anyone, everyone and every personal want/need. What they can’t do, however, is…

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