Holy Mackerel! Apple Launches Worst Kept Secret In Tech Sector! And a Really Cool iPod Which Is Way Better!

Reading Time: < 1 minute Apple has finally announced the first iTunes phone in association with Motorola. The ROKR allows you to play music, and answer calls. Cingular is the first carrier to go with it. On to the real news, Apple has finally got around to fixing the biggest problem with the iPod Mini, its got rid of the … Read moreHoly Mackerel! Apple Launches Worst Kept Secret In Tech Sector! And a Really Cool iPod Which Is Way Better!

Technology companies unable to pmp their wares to consumers

Reading Time: < 1 minute Market analyst firm Instat has come out with a report that says the market for personal media players will remain ‘disappointing’.From their press release: A recent report by In-Stat found the following: Early adopters will remain the primary market for PMPs this year The mass market is not yet willing to pay the hefty price … Read moreTechnology companies unable to pmp their wares to consumers

Geek Stuff

Reading Time: < 1 minute Bill Gurley of top-tier VC fund Benchmark Capital has a dated but interesting overview of the market for multi-player online gaming environments here. Gurley’s article has some interesting statistics on how much the business is worth in different Asian communities. There has already been empirical evidence of how large this is based on the cultural … Read moreGeek Stuff

Why I’d like to see the Mac on Intel

Reading Time: < 1 minute Apple’s announcement that it was moving the Mac platform to Intel processors offers a new opportunity to Apple users. Japanese users have long benefits from ultra-portable laptop like the Panasonic one pictured, it would be great to have a Mac device of the same size. Something Apple hasn’t sold since the PowerBook Duo series a … Read moreWhy I’d like to see the Mac on Intel

New Citrus Technology Empowers Communications

Reading Time: < 1 minute According to news coverage of the latest campaign by Which Magazine, up to one in seven mobile phones break down within the first 12 months. Nokia and Samsung were found to be the most reliable, Motorola and Sony Ericsson weren’t. It was no surprise that mobile network 3, was found to be the most prone … Read moreNew Citrus Technology Empowers Communications