T-Mobile Data Stash

T-Mobile Uncarrier 8.0 event unleashes ‘Data Stash’

T-Mobile is continuing it’s aggressive push against the competition. It’s latest weapon is called ‘Data Stash’. It’s essentially the ability to roll over your unused data from one month to the next. Many of you will remember that AT&T (and Cingular beforehand) did something similar with your allowed voice minutes. From T-Mobile: Enough is enough. … Read more…

Chromebooks overtake iPads in Education Sales

From the Financial Times: “Chromebooks are really gaining traction,” said IDC analyst Rajani Singh. “The growth of Chromebook is a major concern for Apple’s iPad.” The reasons Chromebooks are gaining traction in education are easy to see. Low cost client, super simple client management, and a content library (the entire world wide web) second to … Read more…

Apple Hardware Year in Review

Apple SVP Eddy Cue famously said earlier this year that 2014 was going to be a banner year for Apple products.

With the year coming to a close, now is a good time to reflect back on the hardware that Apple released over the last 12 months and examine where Apple went right and where they went wrong.

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The New iPad

It’s pretty rare in prerelease speculation that the blogs get the specs of a new device right, but get the new devices name wrong. But such is the case of the new iPad. Not the iPad HD. Not the iPad 3. Just iPad. Makes sense though if you think about it. We don’t have MacBook … Read more…

The iPad 2 Rant

Jeff Lamarche nails it: Two days ago, the Xoom looked like a decent, almost finished and slightly overpriced tablet. Two days ago, it had a couple of quantifiable advantages, including native CDMA support and a better GPU. Two days ago, you could make the Xoom look better than the iPad on paper. Though marketing based … Read more…

iPad 2 thoughts

The iPad 2 looks like a solid upgrade over the previous generation iPad. Apple has addressed many of the shortcomings of the previous iPad – weight, width, lack of cameras. I understand the resistance to putting a capable iPhone level camera in the iPad’s back facing position, but I had hoped for something a little … Read more…