Facebook’s App Center, Switzerland of Apps?

On May 14, 2012, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Innovation,Social Networks,Web, tagged in ,,,,, , With No Comments

Facebook’s user volume presents so much opportunities, that a lot of them, perhaps even the Facebook staff or Zuckerberg himself haven’t discovered yet. One of these opportunities was app development and support. It has been done for quite some time now. However, Facebook had much more potential than that. It…

Flash, iOS 5.0.1 and other Demons

On November 11, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Innovation,Press,Tech, tagged in ,,, , With No Comments

It was a week full of technological developments and some managed to alter the caffeine levels in people’s blood streams. Between Adobe’s killing-flash announcement and Apple’s new iOS release, things are a bit sketchy for the mobile world. First things first. Adobe has been the sole benefactor of Flash development…

Remember Remember the 5th of November

On November 5, 2011, Posted by , In Icons,Social Networks, tagged in ,,, , With No Comments

Who would have thought a movie would have such influence in the mindset of millions of people? Truth be told, there have been a number of films that despite their fictional nature, have changed the course of history; Space Odisey 2001, and now it seems it still is the era…

Siri at Last

On October 30, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Innovation,Tech, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

Yes. I kept my promise: the new iPhone 4s is in my hands now. After The Blackberry meltdown I wrote a pretty heavy note on Mr. Lazaridis poor execution and a “too little too late” apologetic video, I could only be logical and purchase what indeed is innovation by definition….

Steve Jobs: A Toast for Immortality

On October 6, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Tech,Web, tagged in , , With No Comments

It was 740pm Central Standard Time. I was driving in my car after a long day at work on October 5th, 2011. I tuned in my favorite radio station and there it was, out of the blue: “Today will be the day in which the world will remember the passing…

A Working Culture Apart

On August 27, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Corporate,Icons, tagged in ,, , With 1 Comment

Working cultures around the world are very different from one another, but the most common one is to have a fixed weekly schedule, (normally 9am-5pm) with a lunch break. Sitting down in front of a computer, with no access to other sites other than the ones permitted by the company….

Apple Kicking it up a Notch

On August 18, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Innovation, tagged in , , With No Comments

Article first published as Apple Kicking it up a Notch; Intel not so Happy on Technorati. With continuous progress, Apple can only raise the bar constantly in order to proof significant advancements. The recent release of OS X Lion is the most recent palpable example. However, it’s not enough for Apple. Recently Apple…

Facebook vs Google + Becomes the New Mac vs PC

On July 29, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Social Networks, tagged in ,,, , With No Comments

Article first published as Facebook vs Google + Becomes the New Mac vs PC on Technorati. Remember the video clips featuring two actors representing Mac and PC? It was a great representation of what still goes on between both brands. Although the videos were made to promote Mac over PC, they still…

Windows 7 Not An All Star Player

On July 29, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Innovation,Tech, tagged in ,, , With No Comments

Article first published as Windows Phone 7 Not an All Star Player on Technorati. There are four definite Smartphone names in the industry that will not let anyone else in. It’s even getting smaller; OVI platform was once a contender, but now it is a thing of the past. Although Nokia abandoned…

RIM Tablet Just got Uncle Sam’s Approval

On July 22, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Icons,Tech, tagged in ,,,, , With No Comments

Article first published as RIM Tablet Just got Uncle Sam’s Approval on Technorati. Just when you thought RIM was biting the dust, here it comes again with a strategic advance up its sleeve. Even though RIM stock value has dropped 60% this year alone, as explained on “Falling one by one” the RIM Tablet…