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One of the biggest problems developers have when building apps for the iPhone is memory violations. A lot of developers, especially those who come from a Java or .NET background, have trouble adjusting to an environment where they need to manually keep track of reference counts and the...
Having been the lone male in my house for a long time, I get outvoted on many things, but especially the TV. Luckily I am proud to say that I am a tech/gadget geek as well, as an admirer and part-time developer for iPhone, so I sometimes retire to my study in the evenings to investigat...
I am always on the lookout for proof points to my thoughts on Enterprise Mobility and I was happy to find a great piece of coverage from Eric Lai of ComputerWorld that appeared last week. He wrote a Q&A with John Chen and was able to share some great insight, with regard to Sybase and ...
Some people say “oh, you’re dual licensing like MySQL. So does that mean that I get to use it and not pay as I don’t with my MySQL based website?” Companies such as Google have thousands of MySQL servers running without paying license fees for it, due to a loophole in the GPL (in both ...
Wall Street Journal reported in Monday's Edition (November 30, 2009) that Dell, Acer, Asustek Computer and HP have all launched handsets to diversify their product offerings. What is my analysis? Lenovo sold their handset unit in 2008. Less than 2 years later they buy it back as they b...
This is an interesting develop for smartphones. Sophisticated barcode scanning software built into the digital cameras so a quick photo of a barcode takes you immediately to a mobile website rich in content, coupons, rebates and other product information related to the scanned product....
An increasingly large amount of data is being consumed by mobile handheld computers and Smart phones. This data can come from a wide variety of sources and be in many different formats including GPS, LBS (location based services), SMS, voice, Email, Video, digital photos, barcode scann...
In recent times, mobile devices have become quite powerful and feature rich and are getting attention from consumers and businesses alike. Faster processors, larger RAM and flash memories along with multiple communication technologies have made mobile devices suitable to deploy and run...
Mobile Device Management (MDM) refers to the approaches or solutions used by companies to remotely manage their mobile devices (PDAs, Smartphones, Laptops, Netbooks). Variety of devices involved pose a big challenge for anyone who intends to implement a Mobile Device Management Solutio...
In September I mentioned that Michael Hickins had reported on phone spoofing with cell phones to avoid sanctions for calling to Iran. Now The Economist reports that Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan complains that “they eavesdropped on me for six years.” "They" may possibly b...
I am currently researching and writing a report on mobile enterprise applications and their impact on mobile data services for an analyst firm. I wanted to share some insights that I have gained through this exercise.
In CloudBerry Lab we are always thinking how to bring more value to our users. Since we use Amazon S3 heavily ourselves it is easy sometimes to identify things that will make CloudBerry Explorer a better tool and the ability to Search for a specific data is one of them.
For many years I have developed and managed marketing campaigns for mobile software companies. I ran seminars, Pay Per Click campaigns, white paper distributions, email blasts, webinars, Web 2.0 strategies etc. As a result, I am very interested in seeing which mobile software companies...
I can't let this experience go undocumented. I am sitting in Starbucks drinking a Mocha, writing a blog article, chatting with an international client on skype, checking and responding to emails, taking phone calls, recording voice memos, accessing spreadsheets on Google Docs, scheduli...
Sony Ericsson has time and again come up with exciting and rather different looking gadgets. They have revolutionized the music phone segment with the Walkman series, created waves in the camera phone segment with Cyber shot series apart from introducing exciting touchscreen phones. Th...
There was an interesting article by Bill Kauffman in the Wall Street Journal today (October 20, 2009) in the Bookshelf section called Where Home Is, The Heart Isn't. It talks about the book Hollowing Out the Middle by husband and wife sociologists Patrick J. Carr and Maria J. Kefalas t...
I want to obey the law. I want to stay within the legal spend limits, but it is so hard when you have two dogs in the car, kids asking questions, the radio on, a hot cup of coffee and you are trying to read a text message while driving through the rain.
A team at Kansas State University using per-capita stats maps out the regions where there is the most sin. This is interesting not just for the sensationalism of it, but for the cleverness of the team at Kansas State. How does one take per-capita stats and make them interesting for t...
I can see multiple mobile applications and technologies converging rapidly to provide some very interesting scenarios for mobile and route sales people. Consider the following scenario. A mobile sales person or route sales person is driving through an unfamiliar territory. She stops in...
I want to let you know about an upcoming "iPhone in the Enterprise" seminar that is being held in San Francisco on September 24, 2009. If you're in the Bay area, plan to come hear experts from AT&T, SAP and Sybase, about key strategies and best practices for deploying the iPhone in the...
Some interesting numbers about worldwide market shares of Smartphones (not dumbphones since those are so uninteresting to me). Both handset market share and web "traffic" shares are discussed.
This recently launched feature has been improved: If a RSS feed has not been retrieved and cached by Netbiscuits yet, the end user will get a page which refreshes automatically to see the RSS content as soon as it becomes available. Download the Netbiscuits Getting Started Guide "In...
The last five years has seen unprecedented change in communications. The European consumer has a plethora of handset choices and packages. The average handset has evolved from the humble voice-box, to the total media centre. As a result thousands of start-up companies are profiting out...
Our guest blogger this month is Brad Sellick, a recent Bug Battle winner with expertise in mobile testing (see his full bio below). In this post, Brad examines the shortfalls of simulation tools in testing mobile applications. There’s a challenge in developing and testing applications...
Philippe Winthrop of Enterprise Mobility Matters has a great interview with Willie Jow of Sybase, called Executive View on Enterprise Mobility. From the interview: "Companies cannot afford to lose downtime caused by a delayed response if they are out of the office on travel, hence the...
This group is intended to introduce and reintroduce next-generation architecture for mobile enterprise application development for discussion. It used to be just MAG's now we have MEAP's... Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms. Enterprises will increase their employees’ and customer...