Monthly Archives: March 2011

Google takes a reasonable cut from in-app purchase

30%. Compared to Apple’s outrageous 30% from the same service, Google approaches the issue in a much more humane and thoughtful way. You should also remember it’s only around 50k of the total apps in Market that are paid apps … Continue reading

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Coyote Tracks: Google Open

Coyote Tracks: Google Open chipotle: I’m increasingly irritated by the way Google uses the word open. When I think of open I think of Linux and FreeBSD, but that’s just one sense of open—the open source, or if you prefer, … Continue reading

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Google search ranking issues

I may not be the only one to notice it; Scott Cleland says it from a different perspective:  “Let me be clear, as I have long said, my problem with Google is not that it discriminates against content in its … Continue reading

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J-P Teti: The iPad is 99% more open than any other computer

J-P Teti: The iPad is 99% more open than any other computer roboteti: As you may or may not know, this is my 8th grade year. My school goes to 8th grade, so this is my gaduation year. It would … Continue reading

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90WPM: Garage Band

90WPM: Garage Band 90wpm: I’m an iPhone junkie. And, until recently, I had little to no use for the iPad. Thankfully, I’m not required to check mail on my mobile devices. I’m at my laptop for most of the day, … Continue reading

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Why do IPad’s competitors suck. A short logical undergoing

They suck mainly because of the following dialog: Competitor company CEO: “How come Apple makes so much money?” Competitor company Marketing Director: “They’re building innovative products and these products are very well marketed” CEO: “What’s the most innovative device they’ve … Continue reading

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Brainwash is a bitch!…

Christian Zibreg, 9to5 Mac It goes without saying that for many of the iPad-toting toddlers Apple’s iOS devices and Macs will be a natural fit as they enter childhood and teen years. It’s the Apple brainwash and it works like … Continue reading

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