Stories for Nov. 13, 2008

When it comes to web site development IDEs, Coda is one of the “must have” Mac applications. The premise is simple: one application that handles all aspects of site development and promotion: editing browser code, cleaning up schemas and tables, wielding CSS, managing versioning and promoting […] Read more »

Intel has been coasting along fat and happy in the current netbook craze, pumping out as many Atom processors as they can.  It’s not been enough though given their recent financial picture and things may get a bit rockier for the chipmaker as rival ARM has […] Read more »

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One of the unintended but still entertaining side effects of deflated market caps is the corporate catfight. As of yesterday, we have a promising one being performed in the energy sector: After a few weeks of gentle pawing at smaller rival NRG Energy, industry giant Exelon […] Read more »

Stories for Nov. 12, 2008

Over on GigaOM, Narendra Rocherolle ponders the thought of the iPhone as a micropayments device: I was playing Texas Hold’em on the iPhone the other day when it struck me: If Apple allowed one-touch financial transactions inside apps — in the case of Texas Hold’em, for […] Read more »

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Mobile video startup Transpera has raised $8.25 million in Series B funding from Labrador Ventures, Flybridge Capital Partners, Intel Capital and First Round Capital including debt financing from Silicon Valley Bank. Read more »

Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) took a step closer to releasing its new mobile browser today, after releasing technical information to developers at… Read more »

Ocean Power Technologies Says Aloha to New PowerBuoy: The wave energy company has deployed its third PowerBuoy in the last two months. The most recent one is part of the company’s work with the Navy and is bobbing in the waves near Kaneohe Bay off the […] Read more »

President-elect Obama promised during his campaign to create a “Google for government.” Now that he’s on his way to the White House, let’s imagine what this might look like, and how such a tool could change the way people relate to those tasked with running our […] Read more »

I do a fair bit of video editing and I have upgraded my arsenal of tools throughout the years. Each time I go for something that can pack a little bit more punch in terms of video editing. However there is a problem with this, a […] Read more »

Is mobile online conferencing on smartphones poised to become a killer app? There are some efforts to make it so, even though some may question whether the size of the displays on phones and other issues make the success of such applications prohibitive. PC World has […] Read more »

Over the years we have seen the gradual separation of phone numbers from geographical location. To date, Skype’s SkypeIn service has been the best demonstration of this trend; even though I live and work just outside Toronto, Canada, I have a Palo Alto, Calif., SkypeIn number […] Read more »

Guitar Rock Tour has arrived to challenge Tap Tap Revenge‘s rhythm-action throne. The new arrival touts a bevy of terrific tunes to tap along to, plus the option to play drums or guitar, loads of characters and unlockable awards. While Guitar Rock Tour may be Rock […] Read more »

Intel (INTC) after the close of markets today issued its fourth-quarter revenue forecast — something it had said it would do on Dec. 4 — and as expected, cut its guidance by some $1 billion. Read more »

A tiny clamshell UMPC has appeared from UMID that reminds me of the uber-small Fujitsu U810.  The Korean device has a 4.8-inch screen and a bunch of connectivity options including WiBro, WiMAX, HSDPA, WiFi, and Bluetooth for starters.  Couple all of that with a 1.33 GHz […] Read more »

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