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Google ditches Microsoft for Apple & Linux

June 3, 2010 by

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An article featured on Financial Times this week, reported that Google is phasing out Microsoft Windows due to security concerns in favour of Apple and Linux based OS: The directive to move to other operating systems began in earnest in January, after Google’s Chinese operations were hacked, and could effectively end the use of Windows at […]

Apple (once again) driving change in telecom with micro SIM

March 25, 2010 by

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The news that Apple’s new product iPad will have 3G + a new form of SIM card stunned many. Well, the 3G feature probably came as now suprise – but a new SIM card? Apple have introduced a micro-SIM which was developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute around 2003, but as the current used […]

The iPad will re-vitalize reading

January 31, 2010 by

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When Steve Jobs proudly showed off the iPad this week, one of the most interesting things to note was how easy and well implemented the web browsing experience is on the iPad. Because you can keep it in your lap or hold it up like a book / newspaper, it will certainly improve the online […]

iPad searches before and after Jobs announcement

January 31, 2010 by

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It is interesting to note that the day after Jobs presented the iPad, the Google blog search counted 
7,192,998 for ipad
and 201,403 for itablet. Hitwise reported that before the announcement of the iPad that searches for terms such as ‘apple tablet’, ‘apple islate’, ‘itablet’, and ‘ipad’ accounted for 1.9% of all laptop related searches in […]

Leaked IPhone 4G commercial

January 21, 2010 by

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Here is a leaked 4th generation (and hopefully also possible to use on the 4G network which recently opened up in Oslo!). According to this it is all screen and no buttons…. nice!

How to find the path to a file on Mac OS X 10.5

January 7, 2010 by

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I always struggled with finding the path to a file on my mac as the Get info panel won’t let you copy the path. But today I found a really good tip in a forum called Mac OS X Hints: 1. Click on the file or folder you want the path for 2. Click on […]