Tag: apple

Every Business Should Switch to Mac OS X

I truly believe this. I cannot think of a single good reason not to. And the CEO’s obsession with Microsoft Outlook does not count! I have helped a few business move to Apple’s Mac OS X and I repeatedly receive praise for the encouragement. So it was fantastic to hear the IBM is testing such

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MacBook Air, Rationalizing Again

Leave it to Jason Calacanis and his review of the MacBook Air to impede my efforts, calming myself from plopping down $1,700 for a MacBook Air. Ugh! More internal rationalizations Weight: My 6lb+ PowerBook is just too damn heavy. Those trips between my office and my living room are brutal! Ethernet: What’s that? USB: I

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Apple Doubles iPhone Storage to 16GB. No 3G.

It is official. Apple is now selling a new iPhone with double the storage, a bump from 8GB to 16GB. The 16GB model fetches for $499, with the 8GB model is still at $399. Is it enough? While the limited 8GB storage was a factor in holding some people back, myself included, will the lack

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$18 For Every iPhone

I had always been puzzled by the new found joined-at-the-hip friendship between Apple and AT&T when the iPhone was released, until recently. It turns out that AT&T is paying Apple $18 each month for every iPhone user on the AT&T network for the exclusive relationship. This estimate, from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, sheds some

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