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October 10, 2013  2:12 PM

YouTube IT video of the week: The original voice of Siri



Posted by: Michael Tidmarsh
iPhone, Mobile, YouTube IT Video of the Week

Ever since Apple released its iPhone 4S, a certain voice has accompanied its smart phones. Whether you're trying to make a phone call, send a text message, search for a location or even find a place to "hide a dead body", Siri has become a personal assistant for you. Now, we might now who Siri...

September 11, 2013  9:33 AM

YouTube IT video of the week: Apple’s new iPhones



Posted by: Michael Tidmarsh
Apple, iPhone, YouTube IT Video of the Week

All eyes were on Apple yesterday as the company unveiled its next smartphone innovations with the iPhone 5C and 5S. NECN covered the much-anticipated release, talking with fans and analysts including TechnologyGuide's own Chief Editor Jamison Cush. Tell us in the comments below...


September 19, 2012  8:36 AM

YouTube IT video of the week: iPhone 5 prank



Posted by: Michael Tidmarsh
Apple, iPhone, IT Video of the week

With all the hoopla surrounding the iPhone 5 release, late night host Jimmy Kimmel decided to let people test out Apple's new product. (SPOILER: It's the iPhone 4!) [brightcove] Disclaimer: All videos presented in the "YouTube IT Video of the Week" series are subjectively selected by...


August 23, 2012  11:29 AM

IT Infographic: The rise of mobile



Posted by: Michael Tidmarsh
Android, iPhone, Mobile

Mobile phones continue to reshape and impact our society and the technology world. This infographic from TrinityDigitalMarketing shares the true impact of web devices. [brightcove]  


August 22, 2012  10:04 AM

YouTube IT video of the week: iPhone 5



Posted by: Michael Tidmarsh
Apple, iPhone, YouTube IT Video of the Week

As the release date for the iPhone 5 nears, check out this hilarious parody of the iPhone promotional video. (Quick spoiler: it might make you hungry!) [brightcove] Disclaimer: All videos presented in the "YouTube IT Video of the Week" series are subjectively selected by...


August 17, 2011  12:45 PM

Can RIM survive when their own execs say “Nothing has changed”?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Apple, BlackBerry, iPhone, Motorola, RIM

Al Sacco, an open BlackBerry optimist, has a great interview with Mike Kirkup, RIM's Director of Developer Relations. Kirkup goes through all the great advances...


August 2, 2011  7:50 AM

Apple, Firefox finally start to pay businesses respect



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Apple, Firefox, iPhone, Mozilla

A faster, more iterative development process, with more features, fewer bugs and quicker competition, is a welcome change for...


June 14, 2011  12:56 PM

IT security starts in your pocket



Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
iPhone, Passcodes, Passwords, Security

My friends sometimes tease me about having to enter a passcode just to play games on my iPhone. But the truth is, Angry Birds isn't the only thing hanging out on my home screen, so I need to be extra careful with who can access that information. Granted, a measly little four-digit passcode won't...


May 25, 2011  11:02 AM

The Macs ARE coming, and there might not be a lot you should do to stop them



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Apple, Cloud computing, iPhone, Mac OS, virtualization

When I first started out as a beat reporter covering mobile for SearchMobileComputing, it was an interesting time: The iPhone was relatively new, BlackBerry was the only true "corporate" phone, there were serious questions between whether...


February 22, 2011  9:19 AM

Did iPhones make the desktop virtualization call easier?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Desktop Virtualization, iPhone, mobile virtualization, RSA, RSA 2011, virtualization

I had the opportunity to sit down with MokaFive CTO and founder John Whaley while I was at RSA, and we caught up on the adoption of desktop virtualization, where the hypervisor belongs, and more. He was even so kind as to allow me to shoot some  video, though the cafe where we were meeting makes...


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