Category Archives: Technology
That’s good news. “Apple is undisputedly licensed to these patents and the App Makers are protected by that license,” wrote Bruce Sewell, Apple Senior Vice President and General Counsel. via Apple says developers are licensed for Lodsys patents.
Myth is still my favorite game of all time. Some intriguing news has leaked today from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Bungie, the studio behind the Halo, Myth, and Marathon series has reportedly filed for a trademark for … Continue reading
One of Apple’s largest weakness is social/internet platforms. See Ping, Game Center, Favorites between AppleTV and iTunes, etc. I don’t think it’s an issue of engineering talent but rather that social/internet platforms runs counter to Apple’s culture of secrecy and … Continue reading
I doubt people are thinking about this when they say the iOS vs Android battle will be like the Mac vs Windows battle. Applications loaded with malicious software are infiltrating the Google operating system at a faster rate than hackers … Continue reading
I’m very happy to announce that today my first app for the iPhone has gone live on the iTunes app store. From the description: Car Pool Party was created for my fiancée to help her arrange and keep track of … Continue reading
Today’s interesting programming tidbit… If assigning an array to another NSMutable Array such as this: self.listData = [self userData]; You don’t need to alloc the listData array first, although i’m guessing it’s probably a good idea. However if you want … Continue reading
Web 3.0 will be defined by the next newly minted billionaire. Speculating what that will be before it happens is simply a mental floss exercise.
Geist: Canadian-backed report says music, movie, and software piracy is a market failure, not a legal one – thestar.com
Trademark and copyright holders frequently characterize piracy as a legal failure, arguing that tougher laws and increased enforcement are needed to stem infringing activity. But a new global study on piracy, backed by Canada’s International Development Research Centre, comes to … Continue reading
“An iPad with a keyboard, a mouse and a case [means] you’ll be at $1500 or $1600; that’s double of what you’re paying,” said Lark. “That’s not feasible.” And that’s how you know Lark is just spreading a bunch of … Continue reading
One thing Firefox mobile doesn’t have is support for Flash, even though Android has a big partnership with Adobe to make Flash work on mobile. I spoke with some folks from Mozilla yesterday about this topic. Eventually, Firefox mobile will … Continue reading