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Android is on top of the game

Tweet There’s no denying the fact that for months now the Android OS has been outselling the iPhone and the BB phones, and now the green robotic OS has finally gotten a bigger share of the smartphone market in the US. The charts show that 33% of U.S. smartphone users owned an Android phones as of February of this year, …

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Top 5 must-have small details

Tweet I’m sure you’re a very driven person and you are the one that handles almost all of the big stuff that happens in your business. And you should. But don’t take the smaller things for granted as well, especially the essentials. These things may seem shallow to you, but when these things are needed, you wished you prioritized them …

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Quote: An advice on innovation

Tweet Sometimes when you innovate, you make mistakes. It is best to admit them quickly, and get on with improving your other innovations. Steve Jobs

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A closer look at the iOS 4.2

Tweet The “iOS 4.2 makes the iPad a completely new product” says Steve Jobs. Now you can organize iPad apps into folders to minimize clutter and make them easier to find. The tablet also improves on multitasking, which means that you can run numerous apps at the same time and switch among them without a hitch. So here are the …

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Apple iOS 4.2: what happened so far

Tweet Apple has just released iOS 4.2 into the fast-changing and very demanding market of mobile devices hours ago, and users that have installed it have found that there have been some improvements and some not so good bugs and limitations. The highly anticipated mobile OS upgrade has some of the many interesting iOS 4 features such as folders and …

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Stubborness VS Determination

Tweet In business, there’s a thin line between being determined and being stubborn. There are situations where you really have to exercise determination or, as what we’re trying to discuss here, stubbornness. What’s more, the think line separating determination from stubbornness starts to blur. So what’s determination and stubbornness? How do you differentiate it? On Stubbornness If we will consult …

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A bit more about the new MacBook Air

Tweet It seems like everyone’s not had enough of the new MacBook Air. In this post, we’ll be seeing some of the features that makes the smaller Air a big contender in the laptop category. A quick bird’s eye view on the MacBook Air Price: $999 to $1,799 Pro. Amazingly thin—0.11 inches at the slimmest point, ultra-light with only 2.3 …

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New Mac software with apps store

Tweet Jobs has unveiled Mac software that lets you use video-chat (FaceTime) and buy from its huge online apps store, in the hopes to kick market share gains up a notch against Microsoft Corp’s PCs. The “Lion,” as fondly nicknamed by Apple, is the newest Mac software that includes an innovative take on the “iLife” multimedia suite. It also incorporates …

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Steve Jobs vents it out on iPad competitors

Tweet Forget about them iPad competitors! That’s what Apple CEO Steve Jobs basically said during Apple’s post-earning conference calls with analysts. Jobs explained why, in his view, “7-inch tablets are tweeners,” why Google’s Android OS is  not ready for current tablets, and why the iPad is still the leader of the pack. And here are the things that Stevie-boy pointed …

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Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 OS

Tweet Microsoft has just announced the Windows Phone 7 OS for mobile devices, taking a big leap forward in the company’s labors to fortify its position in the ever-growing smartphone market. Microsoft wanted to make Phone 7 a representation of the users themselves by adding numerous ways to allow customization on the user interface. This way, the new OS will …

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