Monthly Archives: April 2011

Windows: Pushing the envelope – not

From Asymco: Microsoft already has lost its position as leader in personal technology. The end actually came in about 2000. Once Windows became “good enough” and did not crash so much, they have had a hard time finding something to … Continue reading

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Google India’s MD on Internet numbers in India

Interviewed today by Business Standard: 100 million Internet users in India 16 hours a week spent on the Internet (on average) Online advertising spend is now more than Rs. 1000 crore per year (4% of overall advertising) Of 35 million … Continue reading

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“But *this* mobile phone OS supports Flash!”

An Infoworld experiment with Flash on Android: The UI turns into a tug-of-war between the browser and the Flash Player, where each touch produces varying effects, seemingly at random. Depending on where your finger happens to land — and maybe … Continue reading

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Samsung takes on the Macbook Air

Walt Mossberg reviews the Samsung Series 9 ultra-thin laptop: The comparison with the MacBook Air, also a halo-type laptop, is inescapable. Unlike most Windows laptops, but like the Apple, the new Samsung has a large touch pad with no buttons—the … Continue reading

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The iPhone update process is way smoother than any Nokia or Blackberry…

… now if only the update wasn’t a 666 MB download.

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