HP Eyeing Google's Android
The computer maker reportedly may be considering swapping out Microsoft Windows for the Android operating system in some PCs.
bMighty News Flash: Tuesday March 31, 2009
Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: Internet ad sales, Ballmer feted, Google launches VC, small business job loss, Intel's Nehalem, Nehalem virtualization, wireless carriers standardize, AdMob mobile ad platform, ADTRAN IP communications, UC paging for SMBs, D-Link lifetime warranty, AccelOps all-in-one management, Hostway Exchange platform, Azaleos Exchange patent, Spam increasing, Conficker, MySpace Local, YouTube premium content, Web presence packages for SMBs, bye bye Enc
AT&T Nabs Nokia E71x Smartphone
The Symbian-powered smartphone will be aggressively priced at $99, a sign that Nokia is aiming to have a stronger presence in the U.S. market.
bMighty News Flash: Friday March 27, 2009
Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: Small businesses want less stimulus, more tax cuts, free small businesses resources, Amazon, Google, IBM layoffs, Facebook needs $, Google Checkout fees rise, SMBs virtualize blades, Sun VDI 3, Microsoft attacks Mac, Apple WWDC, Windows 7 Release Candidate, Verizon netbooks, Accolade Systems sues Apple, Skype for iPhone, Opera Mobile 9.7, BlackBerry SlingPlayer, U4EA/Vidtel video communication services, TNCI integrated communications, Conf
Android Getting Flash Support
Bsquare will port the technology to Google's platform, and having Flash could give Android a leg up on Apple's iPhone.
Opera Adds Location Awareness
The browser will utilize Skyhook's technology to detect Wi-Fi access points and then compare them against a database of geolocated points.
bMighty News Flash: Thursday March 26, 2009
Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: Small business optimism, Opera browser geolocation, hosted virtual desktops, MacBook Pro memory upgrade, Voice-powered Google search for BlackBerry, ContactsCalendarSync for G1 Android, Alltel My Circle, Adobe Flash for Android, mobile app store growth, Wedge Networks security appliance, protecedpdf Small Business Edition, Google services for Web sites, Twitter premium, Twitter best practices...
Nokia Invests In Mobile Payment Company
By investing in Obopay, Nokia is betting that mobile money services will take off, particularly in emerging markets where it's hard to access banks or credit.
bMighty News Flash: Wednesday March 25, 2009
Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: Google invests in Pixazza, economy crimps pay-for-performance outsourcing, Firefox architecture instability and memory leaks, no local Windows Azure, proprietary software model broken, is Linux Wal-Mart?, Hitachi 2.5" hard drive, Xobni ends beta, Dell servers and storage, T-Mobile 3G USB laptop stick, Sprint WiMax in 10 cities, Samsung SMB dealer program, Skype leading international carrier, botnet malware targets routers and modems, value
Dell Ready Getting Ready to Deliver a Smartphone?
Smartphones have become all the rage among vendors as well as small and medium business executives. With Apple and Google garnering headlines from their devices, other suppliers have decided that they too would like to enter that arena. Dell is the latest vendor reportedly building a smartphone. Although the initial reports about its system have been mixed, its entry may have an impact on your business.
Future Of Mobile Gaming Is Convergence
Developers need to integrate social networks, location, and music in order to reach the burgeoning market of mobile gamers, one Nokia executive suggests.
bMighty News Flash: Tuesday March 24, 2009
Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: software developers expectations for stimulus package, Power Pack 2 for Windows Home Server, Sage SalesLogix Today CRM software-hardware appliance, Seagate BlackArmor NAS 440 and NAS 420 servers, HP dc5850 Business Desktop with Linux, AOL Shortcuts.com coupon service goes mobile, Concur comes to BlackBerry and Windows Mobile, RIM updates BlackBerry Internet service, Elfiq WAN load-balancing product suite, iPhone captures 50% of smartphone W
Sony To Stick With Ericsson Joint Venture
A split seemed imminent after Sony Ericsson reported that demand for its phones plunged and that the drop in demand would cause a substantial first-quarter loss of between $465 million and $533 million.
Apple's iPhone Can Dethrone Nintendo DS
The iPhone and iPod Touch can become the dominant gaming platform because of constant connectivity and the App Store model, NGmoco founder Neil Young says.
Sony Ericsson's U.S. Head Leaves
The move comes as the cell phone manufacturer is facing dramatically decreased phone shipments as U.S. customers gravitate to the iPhone 3G and BlackBerrys.