Stories for Mar. 9, 2009

It’s been almost a month since I broke up with my iPhone and switched to the new T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 8900. And while I sometimes yearn for my iPhone’s awesome sleekness and its admirable browser, the new BlackBerry Curve is proving to be a worthy and admirable replacement. Instead of boring you with details about the innards of the device, let me stay focused on what matters most to typical BlackBerry owners: usability. Read more »

Stories for Mar. 8, 2009

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Cisco Systems, long known for routers and switches, is trying to increase its footprint by expanding into consumer markets. And it is doing so by acquiring a lot of companies. In the past, it snapped up Linksys and KISS, and now there are rumors that the […] Read more »

The mobile tech world never stops turning and we try to bring the top stories to you.  Here are some of those top stories on jkOnTheRun you may have missed: Hybrid Touch Book from Always Innovating adds/ removes the keyboard Netbook: the timeline of “genericness” Kindle […] Read more »

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Cloud Computing has hit the main stage, solidly capturing the minds of both the technology and business communities. But while three distinct deployment models have emerged, it’s far from certain which of them will go on to prosper. The three models are: 1. Renting raw hardware: […] Read more »

Stories for Mar. 7, 2009

It’s the first Saturday of March, which means one thing: grab your iPhone, prime your mind, and focus your eyeballs, because I’ve got another selection of fresh App Store picks for you. Before we get to this week’s apps, there’s a stack of Apple happenings to […] Read more »

Two years ago, Rupert Murdoch bestrode the media world like a colossus. News Corp.’s stock simmered above $25 a share as properties from MySpace to American Idol to Fox Sports stood tall. A business news channel was in the works, and Murdoch was gunning for Dow […] Read more »

Stories for Mar. 6, 2009

Warner Brothers went all out in its online video outreach for Watchmen, setting loose two months ago viral clips that gave fans a taste of how faithful the adaptation might be, while slowly drawing newbies into the complex world of the graphic novel. But in this […] Read more »

– Muzu: Irish video-sharing site Muzu has partnered with online ad sales house eType to step up its display and video-ad revenues. The deal… Read more »

Now here’s a bright idea: BuddyTV, a TV community site, today introduced a fantasy league for reality TV shows. People who prefer American Idol to American football can now get their competitive thrill on from the comfort of their couch. And it’ll be a heck of […] Read more »

Six months ago, Element Partners Managing Partner David Lincoln heard a persistent question about cleantech investment, according to a Philadelphia Business Journal report: Was cleantech in the midst of a bubble? Excitement over growth in the industry had started to jack up the cost of investments. […] Read more »

As semiconductors try to get faster without breaking the laws of physics (not that researchers aren’t trying that, too) multicore processors have become all the rage. Quad-core chips are commonplace in servers nowadays, and six-core chips have been launched this year. But after a certain point […] Read more »

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Your T-Mobile G1 handset with Android might sport a GPS radio, but that sucker can eat the battery alive. Actually, from what I hear, just using the phone for a few hours does the same, but we can’t solve every problem with a single post. ;) […] Read more »

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UPDATE: The back and forth continues. According to an updated blog post at Boxee last night, Hulu is back up and running. This is a case where no definitely means no. Hulu‘s content is once again gone from Boxee. To recap: In October, Boxee integrated Hulu […] Read more »

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