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CES 2010 Knowledge Track Mobile Session: Business Must Have An iPhone App

Monday, January 11, 2010
By OP Editor

Having an iPhone app is as important as having a web site. That's the message from this year's international Consumer Electronics Show (CES) panel discussion of Apple iPhone apps and what it teaches the industry. Full Story »

iPhone Wins Smartphone Touchscreen Performance Test: Better than Nexus One, Droid

Sunday, January 10, 2010
By OP Editor

Performance of a vital component of the touchscreen smartphone is put to the test by MOTO Development Group, a firm with almost two decades of industry experience. Verdict? Apple iPhone has the superior touchscreen, better than latest Android phones tested: HTC Nexus One (branded as the Google phone), Motorola Droid, and Droid Etis. Full Story »

Intel Co-Founder, Former Executive, Leslie L. Vadász Is Mac User

Friday, December 25, 2009
By OP Editor

IEEE fellow, the third Intel employee Les Vadasz was the design manager of world's first DRAM, EPROM, and microprocessor. Vadasz eventually became an executive at Intel with roles of Senior Vice President and President of Intel Capital. He was also elected to Intel's Board of Directors. One more thing, Les is a Mac user. Full Story »

Dude, Where’s My Car? Augmented Reality iPhone App Can Help Find Your Car

Wednesday, December 23, 2009
By OP Editor

If visual memory isn't your forte, there is an App for that. Often say: "Dude, where's my car?" Often drive and park at unfamiliar places, such as large concerts or fairs? Then you might need Car Finder, an iPhone app that helps its owners find their vehicle by using gps, compass, and augmented reality. Full Story »

iPhone App Helps Australian Tasmania Police Catch Illegal Drivers and Criminals

Tuesday, December 22, 2009
By OP Editor

Tasmanian-designed iPhone App, made to check license and registration much faster than traditional methods, is a success. Within 8 minutes of turning on the Apple iPhone based system, Tasmania police caught a criminal that resulted in a drug bust. The iPhone app also contains numbers of other features helpful to the police officers. Full Story »

Humor: God Uses Mac, Backups Earth Using Apple Time Machine

Friday, December 11, 2009
By OP Editor

Remember those mysterious lights in the sky over Norway? Is it a portal into another dimension or Russian ballistic missile explosion? Think the official government statement is some kind of cover up? Think the truth is out there? Perhaps there is an out of this world explanation involving god and technology. Full Story »

Female MIT Professor Heads Development of Killer iPhone App For Flying Military UAV / Drones

Tuesday, December 8, 2009
By OP Editor

Apple's iPhone is girly... That's what Verizon's failed Droid ad advertised (plus something about the Verizon Droid cutting phallic objects and being a homicidal robot). But wait, here is a girl who can beat up all the nerds Verizon is targeting with their latest vzw-iPhone-wannabe. Sorry Verizon, girls are not clueless. Full Story »

Best Laptop: Apple MacBook Pro, Popular Science Top 100 Innovations of 2009

Wednesday, November 25, 2009
By OP Editor

Popular Science recently named an Apple computer as the best laptop of 2009 in the "Best of What's New 2009: The Year's 100 Greatest Innovations" article. What makes Apple laptop the best in the field? Apple's unique, patented technology on battery life, included with every MacBook Pro. Full Story »

Philadelphia International Airport uses Macs to reduce cost

Saturday, October 17, 2009
By OP Editor

PHL is the 11th busiest international airport in the world in 2008 in terms of take off and landing. Its expansion requires a modern, multimedia-capable flight information system that is easy to scale and maintain. A Mac based system managed by Apple software was selected for its low total cost of ownership. Full Story »

Digg founder, entrepreneur Kevin Rose is a Mac user

Wednesday, October 14, 2009
By OP Editor

Due to the lowered barrier to entry in running a technology based business, the young and creative are disrupting the old media and transforming the world via the process of creative destruction. Digg founder and Mac user Kevin Rose is a perfect example. Full Story »

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