Posts Tagged ‘Forbes’

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference sells out in record 10 hours – Apple Insider

Forbes (blog) Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference sells out in record 10 hoursApple InsiderBy AppleInsider Staff Apple's annual developers conference has sold out less than 12 hours after the company began accepting registrations, setting a new record for ticket sales and underscoring...
March 29th, 2011 | News | Read More

Mac OS X and IOS to Share WWDC Stage Gracefully – PCWorld

Forbes (blog) Mac OS X and IOS to Share WWDC Stage GracefullyPCWorldIf the language Apple is using to promote this year's Worldwide Developer Conference is any indication, then Cupertino's betting that the only thing developers will like better than the individual tastes of iOS and Mac...
March 28th, 2011 | News | Read More

Investors Doubt RIM’s Product Strategy – Wall Street Journal

CTV.ca Investors Doubt RIM's Product StrategyWall Street JournalResearch In Motion Ltd.'s product strategy got a vote of no confidence Friday, as investors doubted the release of the PlayBook tablet and new BlackBerry models later this year can revive the company's flagging fortunes...
March 25th, 2011 | News | Read More

Nintendo 3DS game review: ‘Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition’ – USA Today

Forbes (blog) Nintendo 3DS game review: 'Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition'USA TodayHaving thrown down on Apple's line of portable devices, Capcom brings its signature fighting franchise to the 3DS with Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition. The console brawler fits very nicely on Nintendo's...
March 24th, 2011 | News | Read More

Best Buy Could Give iPads To All Its Sales People – The Business Insider

Telegraph.co.uk Best Buy Could Give iPads To All Its Sales PeopleThe Business InsiderBest Buy could give iPads to all its sales people, according to a rumor passed along by Forbes. One source tells them that a big electronics retailer could do so, and since Best Buy has a big "Connected World"...
March 5th, 2011 | News | Read More

Australian 3DS launch line-up is meagre – Computerandvideogames.com

The Guardian (blog) Australian 3DS launch line-up is meagreComputerandvideogames.comWhile US punters will be getting 18 games at launch and UK ones 15 titles, those in Australia and New Zealand may have as few as four to choose from – and that includes three versions of Nintendogs + Cats. The...
February 23rd, 2011 | News | Read More

Health IT: A Tale of Three Watsons – Forbes (blog)

msnbc.com Health IT: A Tale of Three WatsonsForbes (blog)If you want to see the future of health information technology, take a look at the dueling visions of two Thomas Watsons that are on display this month in a game show and a trade show. The juxtaposition unintentionally demonstrates what doctors...
February 15th, 2011 | News | Read More

Teardown Analysis: 5 Ways the Verizon iPhone Is Different from AT&T’s – PC Magazine

Forbes (blog) Teardown Analysis: 5 Ways the Verizon iPhone Is Different from AT&T'sPC MagazineThe Verizon iPhone is out in the wild, and predictably several sites have posted teardowns of the device. Although it's ostensibly a CDMA version of the iPhone 4, this model of the iPhone actually...
February 8th, 2011 | News | Read More

AOL buys Huffington Post: facts and figures – Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk AOL buys Huffington Post: facts and figuresTelegraph.co.ukIn less than six years, The Huffington Post has emerged from the mass of hundreds of political blogs to become one of the largest online news sources in the United States. It is now the target of a $315m acquisition by AOL,...
February 7th, 2011 | News | Read More

Will Larry Page be a Steve Jobs or Jerry Yang? – Telegraph.co.uk

CTV.ca Will Larry Page be a Steve Jobs or Jerry Yang?Telegraph.co.ukGoogle's Larry Page once built an inkjet printer entirely out of Lego. The co-founder of Google, or BackRub as it was known when created in 1996, certainly has a knack for technological innovation. Larry Page will have to hope...
January 21st, 2011 | News | Read More