Monthly Archives: June 2014

20 Years Ago, Apple and Kodak Launched the Digital Camera Revolution

This is Steve Sasson. In 1975, he was a 23-year-old Kodak junior engineer and he invented the digital camera. After 19 years of development – 20 years ago this week – Apple started selling the Kodak-designed QuickTake 100, the first consumer … Continue reading

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Hands On with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S

I attended the grand unveiling of Samsung’s new flagship Galaxy S Tablet at The Theater @ Madison Square Garden, and wrote an initial impressions hands-on for Techlicious, which you can read here.

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Has Apple entered comfortable middle age?

I wrote this column before Apple’s purchase of the cooler Beats and announced plain (and sometimes catch-up) updates of its mobile and desktop operating systems at its Wordlwide Developers Conference – and nothing else new. YAWN! Is Apple merely resting on … Continue reading

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T-Mobile’s ‘We’ll Pay Your ETF’ Problem

T-Mobile screams from its TV commercials, billboard and subway ads and its Web site that it will pay your early termination fees (ETFs) when you switch from another carrier. While arguably symantically correct, this claim is extraordinarily misleading. Read why in … Continue reading

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