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0 comments Posted 16 Sep 2010 by Justin Downs Feed
While the decision by the US Library of Congress to create exceptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) for unlocking cellphones and jailbreaking iPhones (among other things) in the USA are very welcome, the reaction has been just a touch too euphoric. Not by everyone, mind you.
0 comments Posted 29 Jul 2010 by Simon Phipps Feed
In my day job at New Kind, I spend quite a bit of my time working on brand-related assignments, particularly for organizations interested in community-based approaches to building their brands.
5 comments Posted 13 Jul 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
All right, I get it. The iPhone is certainly a leader in both terms of sales and product ingenuity. I have often been known to blast Apple for being late to a party, then claiming they are introducing some incredible new feature (see Spaces vs Virtual Desktops). I won't hide the fact that I am not... Read more
118 comments Posted 23 Jun 2010 by Travis Kepley (Red Hat) Feed
If the comments to my previous iPad posts (here and here) are any indication, there is no shortage of open source options for tablets. So I've rounded up the ones you've mentioned, along with a note about the availability of each. But first, let's talk more about Apple, iP---s, and Flash.
7 comments Posted 29 Apr 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Interest in iPad app development is waning, and the device just got here. Maybe that means it's time to explore more open options. Here are five.
27 comments Posted 4 Apr 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Interest in iPad app development is waning, and the device just got here. Maybe that means it's time to explore more open options. Here are five.
27 comments Posted 4 Apr 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about Apple and open innovation. The discussion in the comments about Apple's success, despite their non-openness, was pretty interesting. Greg DeKoenigsberg started things off with this salvo:
42 comments Posted 22 Mar 2010 by Chris Grams Feed

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