global adoption

global adoption

Facebook tops 1.1 billion users, fueled by global adoption and mobile growth
Apple downgraded as carriers prepare to stunt iPhone growth

Nexus One changes in availability

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We launched Nexus One in January with two goals in mind: to introduce a beacon of innovation among Android handsets, and to make it quick and easy for people to buy an Android phone. We’re very happy with the adoption of Android in general, and the innovation delivered through Nexus...
Nexus One changes in availability
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M2M Standard, Weightless, Cements Industry Support For White Spaces With SIG Backed By ARM, Cable & Wireless Worldwide, CSR, Neul

techcrunch.com
Another Internet of Things-related development today: Neul has cemented some high profile industry support for Weightless, its would-be global open, royalty-free standard for M2M comms which utilizes TV white space frequencies to allow machines to talk to each other — with the formation today of a special interest group (SIG)...
M2M Standard, Weightless, Cements Industry Support For White Spaces With SIG Backed By ARM, Cable & Wireless Worldwide, CSR, Neul

Corn Makes You Fat

chris.pirillo.com
Corn Makes You Fat is a post from Chris PirilloHere are a few corn-centric truths:Average high-fructose corn syrup consumed by an American in 1970: 0.6 pounds [George A Bray, Samara Joy Nielsen and Barry M Popkin, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 79, No. 4, 537-543, April 2004]Average high-fructose corn...
Corn Makes You Fat

Know What's Cool? A Billion Smartphones. And They're Changing Everything

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The first modern smartphone is generally considered to have been the Nokia Communicator, released in 1996. It was large and clunky, had a flip keyboard and a awkward antenna. Boy, how things have changed. Multiple companies now churn out increasingly amazing models with incredibly slick designs, intuitive features and...
Know What's Cool? A Billion Smartphones. And They're Changing Everything

Social networking is threatening the open public network

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We need to set global standards to secure healthy co-dependency between public spaces and commercial interestsThe thing that still blows my mind about the internet is that through all the dramatic changes over the last two or three decades, it remains a mostly open public commons that everyone can use....
Social networking is threatening the open public network

Tibco Buys Maporama Solutions To Add Geolocation To Its Big Data Analytics

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On the heels of Apple buying WifiSLAM for $20 million to improve its indoor geolocation capabilities comes another piece of M&A in the space: Tibco Software, the enterprise software company, has bought Maporama Solutions, a French geolocation company. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Tibco says that it...
Tibco Buys Maporama Solutions To Add Geolocation To Its Big Data Analytics

Future Of GlusterFS – From Open Core to Open Source

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Picture Credit: Gluster.org In October of 2011, Red Hat (previous CloudAve coverage) announced the acquisition of Gluster, the company behind GlusterFS (previous CloudAve coverage) open source distributed storage solution. Even though Red Hat is a company based on open source philosophy, there were questions about what is in store for...
Future Of GlusterFS – From Open Core to Open Source

Google Throws in the Towel on the Nexus One Web Store

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After disappointing sales of the Nexus One Android phone, Google has officially given up on its mobile web store experiment.In a blog post published just a short while ago, Google all but admitted that its web store — and thus Nexus One sales — has underperformed. The decision comes...
Google Throws in the Towel on the Nexus One Web Store

Know What's Cool? A Billion Smartphones. And They're Changing Everything

readwrite.com
The first modern smartphone is generally considered to have been the Nokia Communicator, released in 1996. It was large and clunky, had a flip keyboard and a awkward antenna. Boy, how things have changed. Multiple companies now churn out increasingly amazing models with incredibly slick designs, intuitive features and hundreds...
Know What's Cool? A Billion Smartphones. And They're Changing Everything
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