BYOD: Consequences on your own business

BYOD (Bring your Own Device): Consequences on your own business Whether you’re an IT administrator or an end user, you have probably observed that BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) has become more prevalent than ever in most companies these days. … Continue reading

Looking for a Blackberry Tablet…You May be Disappointed

Blackberry CEO, Thorsten Heins commented about tablets during his press conference at the Blackberry 10 launch and was not very optipistic.  According to Heins, “The tablet business is rather difficult.”  With the plethora of Android tablet makers on the market, … Continue reading

EvasiOn, the iOS6 Jailbreak Finalized and Website Launched

The iOS 6.x jailbreak – dubbed evasi0n – has been announced, and according to a tweet from @planetbeing, one of the hackers working on it, is tentatively scheduled for release next week. The tweet advises that the jailbreak could come out earlier … Continue reading

Smartphones, iPads, and Tablets Come With a Cone of Silence

Perhaps this sounds familiar to you… I recently attended a performance at a local school and looked forward to enjoying a band program and one-act play performance. The opening announcements were made. The performers, carrying their instruments, came onto the stage, … Continue reading

Social Media is an Oxymoron Revisited

A few years ago we looked at the topic of social media is an oxymoron.  Has anything changed in the last few years? According to one Wikipedia definition, “Social media can be defined as ‘interactive platforms via which individuals and … Continue reading

Tablet and smartphone usage models

We are in a day and age where mobile computing and technology is on the rise. There is really no surprise to why this trend is growing so rapidly because tablets and smartphones enable users to have so much control … Continue reading