Category Archives: Apple

Siri : The future is here.

For years, I have tried to talk to computers and I have realized that they simply don’t get it. I have tried over a dozen of desktop and mobile apps to see if computers understand what I say. Apps from Google, IBM, Microsoft and many other apps from small developers. None could understand what I […]

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How Steve Jobs helped me.

Until 2006 I was pretty much a PC guy with a Nokia phone. Co-incidently in that same year, I bought my first laptop. It was Dell. (It still works fine. Although it got repaired by Dell on four occasions, in which its motherboard, LCD screen and graphics card got replaced.) My IT manager at work […]

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Lifehacker features ‘My Data Usage Pro’ as ‘app of the day’.

I am super excited to announce that Lifehacker has featured our “My Data Usage Pro” as ‘App of the day’. My Data Usage Pro is a simple utility app that enables you to count every last byte you download and hence fend off that scheming telecom provider who is waiting so that you exceed your […]

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Android vs iOS app economy

Gruber said it right: “The differences between the iOS App Store and Android Market are a microcosm of the differences between Apple and Google. Apple is a retailer, a purveyor of well-crafted goods that people will line up to purchase. Google is an advertising company that builds popular services that command large audiences.”

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History repeats itself?

Now that Nexus one will be available on all 4 major US carriers. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon. Its scary for Apple and iPhone. Its been almost 3 years and iPhone is still stuck with AT&T while its hardly 3 months and Nexus One will be available on all 4 carriers. Android is spreading like […]

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