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Entries from September 24th, 2011

What’s Coming Up This Weekend On Tech Talk

September 24th, 2011 · No Comments · Radio_Show

Jake Levant the Vice President of Marketing at Fring about Mobile video chat that has now evolved from one on one into social chat with multiple friends. Jason Mitura the Chief Product Officer at Viewdle about cutting edge visual analysis technology used for facial recognition on mobile devices Calvin Harrison the Chief Operations Officer at […]

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Intel to Universities: No Patents, Just Open Source

September 15th, 2011 · No Comments · Intel

Open Source software has been one of my soapbox subjects for the past two decades.  You’ll find it in your smartphone (the Apple iPhone and Android are both based on it), running your car, in your television and much more.  It’s Open Source software that has helped thousands of companies develop software solutions that just […]

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Google’s Digital Library Project Still Moving

September 15th, 2011 · No Comments · Google

Although it’s been hung up in the courts, there appears to be some forward momentum towards Google finishing its project to digitize all the world’s libraries. The project hit a halt in 2005 when publishers, authors and others disagreed over Google’s policies regarding abandoned, copyrighted works. The judge in the case supports Google’s efforts to […]

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Violent Videogames Unhealthy for Some But Not All

September 15th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Games

The debate over violent video games‘ harm to their users continues as psychologist Patrick Markey of Villanova (Pa.) University release a study which shows that harm from the games may be more related to the user’s pre-disposition than the game itself. In a study he co-wrote in the journal Review of General Psychology, he says […]

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Blackberry Loses Its Key Demographic – The Corporate User

September 15th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Smart Phone

Say goodbye to the world of Blackberry.  Research-in-Motion’s (RIM) lack of innovation and progress have left the company who was once known as the dominant force for business smartphone users in the dust, even dropping well below  analysts’ expectations.  A good 10% drop in profit and resultant layoffs are in the works.  It doesn’t look […]

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