Category Archives: iOS

Apple reports selling $1B of iPhone 4S Smartphones in three days. Is apps-driven design working as well for you?

Apple announced today that it has sold more than 4 million iPhone 4S smartphones since first product availability on Friday. That’s 4 million units in three days selling for $199 at AT&T to $649 for an unlocked iPhone 4S bought … Continue reading

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Google’s planned purchase of Motorola Mobility is a pure EDA360 play: Software drives Hardware

When I told my good friend David Thon that Google’s planned purchase of smartphone maker Motorola Mobility was a pure EDA360 play, he invited me to explain. In simplest terms, EDA360 posits that software now drives hardware in the processor-centric … Continue reading

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How many apps is enough? Using Android in broader embedded markets beyond Smartphones, Tablets, and Set-Top Boxes

This morning, Wind River and Avaya sponsored a Webinar  about using the Google Android OS for embedded projects beyond smartphones, tablets, and set-top boxes. The emcee was Wind River’s Senior Director of Product Management for Android Solutions Chris Buerger with … Continue reading

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Friday Video: Exclusive iOS 5 preview from Apple and master magician Simon Pierro

Android, Honeycomb, and Ice Cream Sandwich will have to grow a lot to match these iOS 5 features, as demonstrated by master magician Simon Pierro.

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