from March 2012, Products

Mar 31, 2012 — by: Mark Reschke
Categories: Products

Evidence is mounting that Verizon may be pushing Windows phones over iPhones to customers not sure on which smartphone handset to purchase. Whether these are isolated incidents at a few stores, or a nationwide push by Microsoft to force their way into the smartphone war is not yet clear. 

Microsoft attempting to inject themselves into markets they completely missed or believe is critical to the company is nothing new for the Redmond giant. The likely game this go around is to spiff local Verizon representatives with per-handset bonus cash or via weekly/monthly sales totals.

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Mar 20, 2012 — by: E. Werner Reschke
Categories: Products

Rush Limbaugh talks about his new iPad

Radio personality Rush Limbaugh began his daily radio broadcast on Monday singing the praises of his new iPad with retina display. Limbaugh said,

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Mar 9, 2012 — by: E. Werner Reschke
Categories: Products

Podcast Episode 74: iCar

Podcast Episode 74: iCar. Mark, Karl and Werner opine about “What if Apple made a car, the iCar?”, the upcoming iPad specs and name (iPad 3 v. iPad HD), plus discussions around iCloud, online profiles complied by Google and Facebook, Microsoft Office for iPad?, HP's lack of direction and much, much more in Episode 74: iCar.

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Mar 6, 2012 — by: E. Werner Reschke
Categories: Products

Here are a few photos of the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts where Apple will hold their event tomorrow (Wed. March 7th) to unveil the next generation iPad 3 (or wlll it be the iPad HD?) courtesy of our colleague in the Bay Area.

Yerba Buena Center - San Francisco, March 5, 2012

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Mar 2, 2012 — by: E. Werner Reschke
Categories: Products

It is a given that on next Wednesday, March 7th, Apple will reveal the iPad 3. What's not a given is what will happen next. My colleague has written a nice article about how the iPad 2 will probably show up in the $399 price range, yet the mystery beyond March 7th lingers. Apple is good at that. Fortunately, T-GAAP has some hints as to what Apple's roadmap is likely to follow.

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