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Enterprise Mobility Technology Pundits: Apple's Board: Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Jun 24, 2009 – Sometimes you have to feel sorry for Apple's board in that they both need Steve Jobs and he is likely their biggest problem to deal with. It makes the HP... Read the rest

Technology Pundits: The Battles of Summer: Will the Real Winner Stand Up?
Jun 19, 2009 – Ah Summer when we can kick back, enjoy the sun, and put out thoughts of conflict behind us. Wait a moment, Summer?!? Evidently Microsoft and Apple missed a memo because... Read the rest

Technology Pundits: Intel Buys Wind River, does Microsoft buy AMD?
Jun 4, 2009 – When vendors expend out of their core areas they often drop into the space occupied by a partner. Right now Oracle is moving into hardware by buying Sun which may... Read the rest

Technology Pundits: Google Response to Anti-Trust Investigation Challenged
May 9, 2009 – Consumer Watchdog just did a lengthy fact check (http://www.consumerwatchdog.org) on Google's claim that they aren't a monopoly and are committed to "Competition and Openness". The non-profit organization takes exception to... Read the rest



Mobile Telecom & mCommerce Wireless Watch: Orange backs MeeGo to support its three-screen content strategy
Mar 3, 2010 – Vodafone is relying on software frameworks that it can define and control, to create its own mobile web platform and fight off the bitpipe role (see separate item). But its... Read the rest

Wireless Watch: LiMO supports operator software drive, but Vodafone 360 will be litmus test
Mar 3, 2010 – It is clear that the defining theme of the mobile industry in 2010 will be the operators’ bid to retain control of the user. Carriers need to be the primary... Read the rest

Over The River: Technology finally bites me
Dec 22, 2009 – I love technology. I always have and I imagine I always will. (Unless I turn into some kind of a luddite when I get old or something.) As I’ve fallen... Read the rest

Datamonitor: T-Mobile and Orange move to upset UK status quo
Sep 8, 2009 – UK mobile network operators T-Mobile and Orange have announced exclusive negotiations to combine their UK operations into a 50:50 joint venture. Based on December 2008 figures, the combined entity would... Read the rest



Wireless Web WiMAX Directions: Mobile World Congress: WiMAX community looks to a 2G/4G future
Feb 22, 2010 – The recession gave WiMAX an unexpected profile boost last year, as operators got cautious about investing too quickly in unproven LTE and took renewed interest in an alternative OFDMA/IP standard... Read the rest

WiMAX Directions: WiMAX? ratings surge, but beware of WiMAX2 confusion
Feb 3, 2010 – However many times we see it happen, it seems the wireless industry cannot wrench itself away from the hype curve. Every new technology is overloaded with promises, and then it... Read the rest

WiMAX Directions: LTE can only dream as WiMAX starts to deliver the flat IP network
Jan 20, 2010 – There are many benefits to having an all-IP network, and the wireless carriers are finally to reap many of them, as they move to new generation platforms like WiMAX and... Read the rest

WiMAX Directions: CES: Why Apple really does need a WiMAX iSlate
Jan 6, 2010 – Traditionally, the hi-tech year kicks off with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) jamboree in Las Vegas in the first week of January. Until recently, this huge event has been merely... Read the rest



PDAs, Phones & Smart Devices Faultline: Apple case against HTC could be the defining patent case for touch
Mar 6, 2010 – We must admit that the issue of Apple patents in interface design is rather a vexatious one and it is so because of how patent law tends to work. While... Read the rest

Rethink Research: Tablets, smartbooks and cloudbooks; the first battlefield in the PC phone wars - Forecasts to 2014
Feb 23, 2010 – One of the key trends of 2010 will be the embedding of fast wireless in a widening range of devices, beyond smartphones and netbooks/notebooks. These will take on various form... Read the rest

Datamonitor: iPad: Apple takes a bite of the e-books market
Jan 28, 2010 – Yesterday Apple launched its much anticipated tablet device, the iPad, and with it Steve Jobs proclaimed that Apple was now a mobile device company. Apple hopes to kick-start the market... Read the rest

Innovation Insights: Does the Apple iPad Make Strategic Sense?
Jan 27, 2010 – You have to give it to Apple. The company has an uncanny knack for seizing the moment and whipping journalists and consumers into a frenzy. The latest wave comes from... Read the rest



Mobile Arts & Entertainment Faultline: OTT fever stalks European set top deals ? as old school collapses
Mar 4, 2010 – There are a couple of deals that have been long announced which when more deeply scrutinized, show the future shape of pay TV in Europe – and it shows that... Read the rest

Technology Pundits: Why Microsoft Should Not Be in Consol Gaming Part II
Feb 22, 2010 – After my last post (http://www.technologypundits.com) Jay Livens enters (http://absolutelywindows.com) on the pro side (I missed the memo on double teaming) and argues on 4 points. I’ll quickly summarize all of... Read the rest

Technology Pundits: Why Microsoft Should Not Be in Console Gaming
Feb 19, 2010 – A couple of weeks ago Harry McCracken and I were sharing some analysis on Microsoft’s financial performance which showcased (http://www.businessinsider.com) (you’ll note that out of around $8.5B of operating income... Read the rest

Rethink Research: The Rise of the ATSC M/H machines; The Battle for American Mobile TV
Jan 18, 2010 – The US has been a black hole for mobile TV technologies, with failed attempts to bring DVB-H, DVB-SH and Satellite Radio versions of mobile video to consumers there. US chipmaker... Read the rest



Mobile & Ultramobile PCs Technology Pundits: The Repositioning of Acer
Sep 22, 2008 – Acer held a major press conference last week, but you could be forgiven if you didn’t know about it because the event took place in Budapest, Hungary, which isn’t exactly... Read the rest

DealNews: How to pick the best values in Ultraportable Mobile PCs
Apr 1, 2008 – Thinner and lighter than your average notebook, an ultraportable laptop is capable of cramming all the computing power you need in a footprint no bigger than a hardcover book. However,... Read the rest

eMarketer: Record US Consumer Technology Sales
Mar 18, 2008 – NPD Group reports that US consumer technology sales, which it defines as "IT, imaging, audio, video, and consumables" reached a record $129 billion in 2007. This was a 6.5% increase... Read the rest

eMarketer: Laptops Mix With Super Bowl Snacks
Feb 1, 2008 – This year, 18% of Super Bowl watchers will have a laptop nearby to check stats or talk to friends, according to an online survey of 2,278 US adults, conducted by... Read the rest



Safety & Security Over The River: Photography and Fatherhood
Sep 15, 2009 – Anyone who knows me even in passing knows I take lots of pictures – and mostly pictures of people’s faces. People that know I have kids often ask me why... Read the rest

Technology Pundits: From Security to Convenience
Jun 10, 2008 – In the past 18 months, security peripherals vendors have begun to notice a change in buying patterns. Essentially, fingerprint readers, which first came to market as an esoteric way for... Read the rest

CompTIA: Something Old, Something New: Organizations Dealing with Broad Range of Information Security Threats, CompTIA Survey Finds
May 20, 2008 – Spyware, viruses and worms continue to plague most organizations, but security challenges tied to the use of handheld devices and mobile and remote computing are growing at a rapid pace,... Read the rest

Alaska State Cell Phones Donated for Soldiers
Apr 28, 2008 – Anchorage, Alaska – Governor Sarah Palin is encouraging state employees to donate used cell phones to the Cell Phones for Soldiers project. In addition, Department of Administration Commissioner Annette Kreitzer... Read the rest



Voice & Speech Technology Q&A: Microsoft Speech Server?s Growing Adoption in the Enterprise
Jun 25, 2006 – As Microsoft shares its vision for making unified communications more personal and simpler, Microsoft Speech Server is key to the company's vision for voice communication. SAN FRANCISCO, June 25, 2006... Read the rest

Q&A: ISVs Take Microsoft Speech Server 2007 for Test Drive
May 8, 2006 – With release of the beta, Microsoft opens the lines for feedback on Microsoft Speech Server 2007. REDMOND, Wash. - May 8, 2006 - Microsoft today announced availability of the beta... Read the rest

IBM & Wizzard Bring ViaVoice TTS To Linux
Mar 6, 2004 – IBM has just signed a contract with Pittsburgh-based Wizzard Software to distribute ViaVoice text-to-speech (TTS) technology for Linux, dramatically strengthening the accessibility and usability of the Linux desktop for users... Read the rest

ScanSoft Enjoys Strong Network Speech Performance During Q4
Feb 26, 2004 – ScanSoft, Inc., a supplier of speech and imaging solutions, announced its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2003. It reported Q4-03 revenue of $46.9... Read the rest



The Next Interface Hottest New Interfaces
Dec 16, 2005 – If you're a die hard gamer like myself, you'll want to check out these new toys - they might even make a good Xmas gift - for yourself, of course.... Read the rest

Brain Signal Mapping Homes In on Visual Cues
Dec 2, 2005 – Animals, including man, have a highly evolved ability to visually pattern match. We can pick out an object in a cluttered environment and identify it instantly. How we do it,... Read the rest

Programming: The death of the drudge coder
Jul 25, 2005 – If there one area where artificial intelligence has been correctly applied, it's in programming, or more explicitly, programming tools. This trend promises to rapidly improve and may be the next... Read the rest

Gadgeteer Hands On Review: SCOTTeVEST Hidden Cargo Pants
Aug 3, 2004 – Originally posted on July 12, 2004 on The Gadgeteer and can be seen by clicking here. The SCOTTeVEST line of technology enabled clothing sure has evolved from their first vest.... Read the rest



Remembering 9/11 New spirit of cooperation and determination after tragedy
Dec 2, 2002 – The top of the World Trade Center in Manhattan had a huge antenna that was used by many New York City broadcast stations. At the time of the terrorist attack,... Read the rest

Wireless communications: the phoenix of technology from the ashes of Wall Street?
Oct 1, 2002 – The terrorist attack in New York has weakened an already fragile economy and cast doubts on when, if ever, the technology sector will recover. The impact on a nation's psyche... Read the rest

Finding a sense of greater purpose
Oct 1, 2002 – September 11th was the day when a few of us at Oberthur in Los Angeles where heading down to San Diego to meet up with our partner Microcell i5 from... Read the rest

What has emerged from the chaos?
Oct 1, 2002 – In the wake of the terrible events that took place on Sept. 11, 2001, In-Stat/MDR has issued "What has Emerged from the Chaos? The Current State of the Technology Industry."... Read the rest



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Oct 2, 2007 – PC Future Article Very Useful and Interesting Charlotte Felix-Faure writes: Re: Desktops Ready For Their Second Wind Good day, I am very interested in this topic about the future of... Read the rest


TechnologyInnovator Group of Publications Going into Hibernation!
Oct 17, 2015 – Dearest Readers, We thank you for your kind support and encouragement since we launched TechnologyInnovator on July 4, 2001, but are sad to announce we experienced a near-total server failure.... Read the rest

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Apr 1, 2003 – Greetings! And welcome to TechnologyInnovator.com. During our first nine years of web publishing, we've published some 16,000+ of articles on enterprise IT, security, mobility, and emerging technologies -- written by analysts, industry... Read the rest

Introducing EnterpriseInnovator.com!
Jan 1, 2002 – Hello! Thank you for visiting our newest web publication at TechnologyInnovator.com: it's called EnterpriseInnovator.com. It's all about innovation in the enterprise, and covers IT companies that help the enterprise mobilize,... Read the rest

Writers Guidelines For TechnologyInnovator.com
Jul 1, 2001 – Welcome to TechnologyInnovator.com! Thanks for your interest in writing for our growing series of IT-related webzines. For Journalists & Freelancers >> If you are an IT journalist or freelancer, we... Read the rest


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