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Sunday night Apple dropped the price of the Apple TV by $100 for the 160Gb model - this brings it down to $229. The smaller 40Gb model is now MIA - so long, little white Apple TV. The Apple TV area as a whole is an odd one for Apple. When you hear Tim Cook and Phil Schiller talk about ...
Just finished my presentation at FITC Mobile 2009 in Toronto. And it went very well! I had lots of questions and was able to answer all but one. The presentation was about building native iPhone applications using JavaScript and HTML instead of Objective-C. I’m currently using ...
Deathswitch, which is based in Houston, has a different system for releasing the funeral instructions, love notes and "unspeakable secrets" it suggests you store with your passwords and account info. The company will regularly send you e‑mail prompts to verify that you're still alive, ...
Roll Up! Roll Up! Make your guess for the Apple event!! Yes, it is that time, the night before an Apple event, where we all take a good guess as what will come tomorrow. What do you think? If you troll through the rampant speculation (and it is speculation as noone really knows) the...
Media Dojo speaks with Roambi, a cloud-based data visualization application for iPhone. Roambi transforms numeric data such as Excel, PDF and others into unique visualizations that are specifically designed to be viewed on an iPhone. The solution runs completely in the cloud, tying int...
The "Got Talent" franchise is world wide and is running in dozens of countries (Simon Cowell must be making a fortune!!). The Ukraine winner is Kseniya Simonova who won with this amazing animation. If you look you will see that she is using only sand on top of a light table. It is ...
As a new developer to iPhone Development, I am following my Seven Steps, that I wrote about in the past. As part of step #5/#6 combined you as a developer will need to overcome the hurdle of runninh your code on your device and the devices of your testers.

How very cool to see that an iPhone Application for SAP Business One get featured in a top story in the Silicon Alley Insider.  Although, this was a list of the most expensive iPhone apps.

Twitter is a communication platform that helps businesses stay connected to their customers. As a business, you can use it to quickly share information with people interested in your company, gather real-time market intelligence and feedback, and build relationships with customers, par...
Former Universal Pictures mobile boss Jeremy Laws has been crunching the numbers of the 6 biggest US mobile advertising networks. and made a guesstimate for Fantasyland and Realityland based on some recent monthly unique site visitor data, per network, from Nielsen. Read the whole t...
5,000 to 6,000 unique mobile devices having 750 to 800 differentiating characteristics = 45,000 slightly different ways to optimize a mobile website. In regards to standards, it certainly looks as if we have some way to go. Handset manufacturer and service provider alliances and busine...
Magazine ad spending has dropped five years in a row. Can a new iPhone application platform help reverse this trend? "NearbyNow offers a digital shopping service via mobile phones or the web that lets users find and reserve products they’re looking for in local brick-and-mortar stores,...
Posting from my iPhone at LAX. I’m flying Virgin America today for the first time, and I’m waiting at the gate to board a flight to JFK/New York City. I’m already impressed. When I walked up to the ticket counter, hip music was playing. The counter is lower than oth...
Some interesting numbers about worldwide market shares of Smartphones (not dumbphones since those are so uninteresting to me). Both handset market share and web "traffic" shares are discussed.
Recently, in a comment to another post, Mike Demler asked about what benefit a femtocell would provide vs. VoIP via WiFi. This is a long standing debate, and I thought I'd chime in. Please comment! Generally, comparing WiFi and 3G is really comparing apples and oranges. WiFi throug...
I found this video on YouTube... its fun. Have a great weekend & remember.... Hug a Developer!
Sybase Chairman & CEO John Chen talks to CNN Fortune, about the risks associated and rewards associated with changing the tech company's core focus. John also talks about where he sees the current economy. John is a great believer of the fact that a "technology company needs to prov...
For latest iPhone, Mobility & Sybase articles check out http://ianthain.ulitzer.com and at Twitter @ithain As one of the Sybase Tools Technical Evangelist, Ian regularly addresses technical audiences all over the world and his sessions are always very well attended. He also writes e...
Annlee has brought-up interesting points around datacenter scaling. The industry fact that wireless is exploding and wire line is shrinking and most of this is due to convergence. The clear distinction between wireless and wireline is only at access layer rather than “core”. Th...
This first blog post of me will not be an indepth one nor will be an overview but hopefully a few tidbits of what is happening in Asia and how that actually influences the rest of the world. And I do have some insights after spending 12 years in the mobile industry in Asia in various ...
Mobile application uptake-it isn't only about iPhones. Sure Apple's App Store now offers over 65,000 applications, and users have downloaded more than 1.5 billion iPhone and iPod touch applications in the 1st year since launch. But while getting a late start, other mobile applica...
Do you have a MySpace account? Do you want your MySpace profile to be more attractive and to be browsed by as many people as possible? The last question: do you like youtube by the way? This article is made by those whose answer is “YES” to the above questions. The tutorial below conta...
Google has launched Google Latitude For Iphone – a service that lets you tell your friends where you are. Big brother has landed You control who gets to see your location and where on the map you appear to others. Today, we’re releasing Google Latitude for iPhone and iPod touch, a...
Love the thought or loathe the thought, Google Latitude is now available for the iPhone in US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and I'm sure that those folks worried about privacy will be in the latter group. Google latitude runs in the iPhone's Safari Browser and can be saved as a B...
I am delighted to announce the formation of the Cisco SP Mobility Community. This community will bring together mobility experts to collaborate and discuss technical and business challenges in the mobility space. If you are not already a member, please check it out…here are some hot to...
This week I have been monitoring a few stories which all link together really nicely, with respect to the continued growth in Mobile Applications and developer education. It is my belief that the level of Mobile Applications will increase... as Apple state, "there's an app for just ...
The proliferation of P2P file sharing networks on the Internet makes it very tempting and easy for someone to get themselves into a lot of trouble with the Recording Industry Association of America. The increasing sophistication of technology has made it much easier for the RIAA to tra...
Our guest blogger this month is Brad Sellick, a recent Bug Battle winner with expertise in mobile testing (see his full bio below). In this post, Brad examines the shortfalls of simulation tools in testing mobile applications. There’s a challenge in developing and testing applications...
We hear it from over and over from countless customers, QA managers and testers: getting mobile apps tested is tough. Compared to mobile, the worlds of web and desktop apps are mature and stable: standards have emerged, the OS and browser universe is more mature, testing tools and...
A couple of weeks ago my family and I started packing boxes in preparation for fleeing the great state of New Jersey. We packed everything up, threw as much as we could in the minivan and trekked up to Connecticut where I have taken a new position with a new company as a .NET Architect...
Apple is a “change” company. Look at their track record: Mac II, iMac, iPod and now the iPhone. What has not changed, however, is the view of Apple a company that delivers only consumer based products. Apple simply is not perceived as an Enterprise company. Apple is working to change t...
In the global networked economy, work is performed everywhere, at any time and any place. That said, what are the operational benefits? Cisco set out to evaluate the social, economic and environmental impacts associated with allowing and actively enabling employees to telecommute. C...
I'm really proud to announce that I have been asked to present at the Wireless World 2009 event, at the Sydney Convention Centre, 9-10 September 2009. During this two day event, which will be my first trip down under, I will be addressing the attendees twice on two different but, conne...
Quick note from my iPhone — my friend (and my wife’s high school classmate) Kevin Mullet told me over the weekend that he had just been approved for Google Voice. I was SO jealous! If you haven’t explored what it will do — you need to take a look, and apply, r...
I thought it fitting to make a bold statement today as this is my 100th article on Ulitzer... The iPhone is here to stay! Now the follow-on stement is more thought provoking... What's an Enterprise to do about it?
Today SYS-CON's iPhone Developer Summit finished, on a high as it started yesterday. it has always been said that good things come in two's!
When I saw the press release about Ed Zander's recent career move , I could not help myself from thinking about Ed's last 20 year professional life. His reputation since the Sun Microsystems days was that Ed was not a very technology-enabled executive. I am not sure even today if he pe...
Before the registrar at Stanford writes me a cease and desist letter, let me state that I am not a student at Stanford. Rather I have downloaded the 17 lectures and 3 supplemental sessions of the CS193P course entitled iPhone Application Development from Open Stanford. According to an ...
As a speaker at the upcoming AJAX World RIA Conference & Expo, June 22-23, in New York City, I just received an email from Lindsay over at SYS-CON Events, that I can invite three guests with full conference passes to attend the two-day iPhone Developer Summit. She just informed me a...


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