I have been meaning to write this for some time now that the Brydge is shipping and it's been in my hands for the past couple months. Click here to see the video overview of the Brydge if you are not familiar with this iPad keyboard and cover. The Back Story A few years ago … Continue reading The Brydge for iPad – Review
Some habbits are hard to give up whether that is staying up late, sleeping in on the weekends or giving up on your Blackberry. I've been a BB user for the past 15+ years and it has been faithfully supporting me througout every phase of my career. These days when I bring out my BB … Continue reading You still have a Blackberry?
I am not an Apple fanboy, but I'm not a total hater either. In fact, I have been the proud owner of various iPod Shuffles over the course of the past 8 years. The Shuffle is my music player of choice particularly because of the little clip that is perfectly designed for listening to music … Continue reading My first iPad
It's been 2 years, a few job changes and a now defunct wordpress.org blog since I last wrote here, but like they say 'you can't keep a good man down'. I have been thinking for a good time now about getting my blogging back in shape ever since my former blog site became unresponsive. Word … Continue reading Back in the World of the Living
One of the biggest challenges to innovation is the status quo. While the defenders of the status quo, a.k.a. the short-sighted ones, would like to continue to protect their territories, markets and margins, they are continually being pushed by innovation. Ultimately, the 'short-sighted ones' have to make a choice to embrace innovation or try to … Continue reading Status Quo Vs. Innovation: Kindle 2 Buries Text-to-Speech
I wrote an entry a couple weeks ago about how to tether your laptop to the G1 and Android to get Internet access. The method I described has you connect to the G1 over WiFi and uses an app called GWiFi. What I didn't mention is that this also turns your G1 into a wireless … Continue reading Quick Poll: What kind of security do you need for G1 WiFi Tethering?
I mentioned in an earlier post the convenience of having your SMS message popup even when the screen is locked, well how about having the message spoken to you when it arrives? There is really no technical reason why it can't come to fruition considering Android has a Text-to-Speech (TTS) app that can be downloaded … Continue reading My Android Speaks Sweet SMS to Me