Tag: ios

Apple’s policies on 3rd-party in-app purchasing

Apple’s policies on 3rd party in-app “stores” are a bit ridiculous. I think primarily about Google’s launch of the Play Music app on iOS this morning. It ships without the ability to purchase music within the app. Why? Because Apple

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Computing.Next: Google IO and WWDC

I’ve refrained from posting my thoughts on Google IO, which took place last month, because I felt it would be better to wait and see what came out of Apple WWDC. The two companies have been fierce competitors in the

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NFC: The Wave of the Future (hopefully)

Today, you carry a credit card. Tomorrow, you’ll just need your smartphone.

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Why Android Attracts Malware

The past week has drawn many articles describing the latest security vulnerabilities and malware outbreaks on Android, leading some to conclude that the mobile platform is indeed the new “Wild West” of the digital age. Others state things more simply:

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Repeating the 90s. Android > iOS

If you’ve been paying attention to my Twitter account over the past year or perhaps just engaged me in a conversation on the subject, you’d know by now that I’ve been predicting (even back in 2009) that Android would quickly

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