Monthly Archives: July 2009

Sample The Web’s Top tech stories for the week of July 19th-25th, 2009

Reminder: this list is largely culled from taking a look at my 500+ feeds in Fever’s Hot section for the past week. Our first story this week tells you how incredibly slow this week was for tech news: Google Latitude … Continue reading

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Sample The Web Site Demographics

For the past several months, I’ve been running an opt-in survey on this site using Crowd Science, which is an interesting service. I only received two complaints about the survey while it was running, and both of these complaints were … Continue reading

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Review: Cumulus (S3)

Cumulus (S3)—$3.99 Released: July 14, 2009 Developer/Distributor: Skye Road Systems, Inc./Matt Long Genre: Utility Version 1.1 tested on a 16GB iPhone 3GS I‘m a big fan of Amazon S3 simple storage service. I store all the images and media associated … Continue reading

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Twitter 101 for Business arrives; what about the core audience?

Twitter launched Twitter 101 for Business last night and Biz Stone announced its arrival on the official Twitter blog, stating: “We coordinated with business students and writers to surface some interesting findings, best practices, steps for getting started, and case … Continue reading

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Google Latitude comes to the iPhone

Remember in the movie Real Genius when Val Kilmer redirects the giant government laser that he helped design to explodify his professor’s house with popcorn? Well, Google Latitude is basically the modern day equivalent of the targeting system he used, … Continue reading

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I wonder what Apple’s percentage of market for sub-$1000 computers might be

Alternate title to this post: Only rich Mac snobs could afford to buy computers in June in a recession. Market research firm, NPD reportedly determined that Apple has 91% of the market for computers costing over $1000. That’s great, but … Continue reading

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IM+ multi-protocol iPhone chat client with push notifications on sale

IM+ multi-protocol chat client for iPod touch and iPhone that supports push notifications for a multitude of chat protocols, including Skype and even Twitter is currently on sale for 50% off at $4.99. I previously reviewed IM+ alongside BeejiveIM and … Continue reading

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