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The Nexus 7 and the iPad 7

The Nexus 7 I just got my hands on a Google Nexus 7 and wanted to share my thoughts on it right away. The unboxing was a pleasant experience. Apple has definitely taught the entire industry a thing or two in making simple and cool packages for their products. The Nexus 7 booted up pretty […]

Microsoft Surface and Tablet Wars: Part Deux

Before I start my post, I definitely wanted to get out a couple of “I told you so’s”. I dont get to do them too often. So bear with me. Earlier this year, I wrote a post on 2012 being the year of Microsoft. While there is a lot of 2012 left, Microsoft definitely is […]

The next iPad

It is that time of the year again. Apple is all set to announce the next version of its incredibly popular tablet, the iPad. As usual, mass media is in mass hysteria in speculating about what the tablet will look like, what it will do now that it didnt before and how long it will […]

The post-PC era

The term “post-PC” has been getting increased attention over the last few months. None more than today when the venerable Hewlett Packard, the king of PC’s humbly admitted that the PC era was over. It was a tacit acknowledgement that they didn’t not move fast enough to adapt. But there are some contradictions in the […]

A digital only future for periodical content

I love reading newspapers. And I love perusing through magazines. We get the print version of Wall Street Journal in addition to a multitude of magazines that arrive weekly, biweekly and monthly. In recent times, as I have made my trek to the recycled bin in my apartment complex to drop off the old newspapers […]

Steve Jobs, Salesman Extraordinaire and the iPad 2

Last week, the world witnessed the launch of Apple’s second generation tablet device, the iPad2. What it also saw was one of the best presentations yet from their CEO and arguably the greatest salesman of this generation, Steven P. Jobs. If you want to save the trouble of reading the post, you are welcome to […]

SIM, microSIM and more

A Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) does a lot of cool things it doesn’t get credit for. It allows you to actually connect to a network, make calls, download music, browse, chat…and lots of other stuff. I will refrain from going into details and let Wikipedia do the honors. All phones that use the GSM/GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA/HSPA technologies use the SIM […]

Tablet wars

Tablet wars heat up.