At first we might have dared it was luck. Then he did it again and again and again. Each product more revolutionary and bold than the last. During the dark ages, when he was in exile from Apple, while he created PIXAR and NeXT and creating the intersection between fine arts and technology, the rest […]
Tomorrow, the world is expecting Apple, Inc. to revolutionize the world, once again. It’s revolutionized the world several times: personal computing, the iPod, the iPhone, and hopefully, tomorrow — the iTablet (or something along those lines). However, we must realize that all these hardware devices have fairly dependent ties to iTunes for content and that […]
Are you seeing the trend for increasing performance? Computing Intel CPU multicore (currently, 8 cores) NVIDIA/AMD GPU multicore (currently, hundreds of cores) Storage Fusion-IO Drive multiple flash RAM modules (currently, hundreds of modules) Power Tesla Motors vehicle power pack made up of multiple batteries (currently, hundreds of batteries) Many little pieces working efficiently together with […]
The rumor mill has been buzzing, once again, about the possibility of a new iPhone. Apple’s Senior VP, Phil Schiller, mentioned that June is the normal release time for new iPhones, and the last 2 years have been right around that timeframe. So what is next? What could Apple possibly change to make us want […]
Talk in the rumor mill keeps flying to the topic of Apple needing to release a Netbook to survive this economic downturn. There have also been ongoing rumors that Apple will release a Mac Tablet – essentially a large version of the iPod Touch or iPhone. These rumors could become reality if Apple decides to […]
Techspansion announces it’s “closing its virtual doors.” According to the developer…”VisualHub, AudialHub, and iSquint have been discontinued. The Support Forum and Support E-mail will be available for a while longer to take care of any remaining issues for you. If you have VisualHub or AudialHub, here are directions on how to back them up for […]
Apple has multiple revenue streams. The items that are most often noted are: Macs, iPods, and iPhones. However, there are other things that contribute to Apple’s bottom line. The diagram below gives an overview: [Blue = hardware; Orange = software/services]
We’ve all seen it before, a small company comes out of nowhere and takes the world by storm. Within days everyone seems to know about them. How is this possible? Many times this happens by accident, but other times, it has been carefully planned out to go viral — spreading the news like wildfire.
Today, Steve Jobs mentioned that the Apple iPhone will finally opening up for third-party application development in February 2008. Apple will provide a iPhone Software Development Kit (SDK) for developers to create applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
“Digital convergence” is a word that has been thrown around since the early-90’s. It seems every company has tried its hand at it, but none have really succeeded. Now, however, digital convergence is starting to become a reality in the mobile space and the living room. There is no company better positioned to dominate this […]