Tag: Apple

Apple’s iPad Textbook Initiative Doesn’t Go Far Enough

Learning is an act of assembly. The new iPad textbook initiative goes some way toward the assembly of content, but it remains artifact-centric. In other words, the world moves from revolving around a next book, to revolving around an e-textbook. Here are the advantages I see to the current approach: These advantages are a step.

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Keynote Performance Key to iPad 2 Upgrade

I was going to wait, but I use my iPad for presentations. Keynote worked well on the original iPad, but heavy graphics often challenges performance, forcing me to flip back to the lagging image rendering after flipping past it when patience ran out the first time. Not a good thing for fluid presentations. So I.

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5 Strategies for Entering Emerging Technology Markets

Entering Emerging Technology Markets: After reading RIM PlayBook reviews (good summary by InformationWeek) when it was announced, and I think there are lessons to be learned that go well beyond the tablet market. Here are 5 strategies technology companies need to consider when entering an emerging market. 5 Strategies for Entering Emerging Technology Markets Features.

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What’s the Issue with Apple Magazine Subscriptions

As a consumer, I see nothing wrong with subscriptions coming through the Apple App Store, as was announced today (Apple Launches Subscriptions on the App Store). At least from the business model standpoint as we transition from paper to digital formats. Obtaining traditional magazines in digital format, however, is not the future of content. In.

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