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Tag: BlackBerry

In 1990 there was a lot of hope for either cross systems functionality or open systems functionality. The second differed from the first in that the system was built on Open Standards. It was the preferred approach as technologically there was nothing to prevent it except, and this was more the political side, whose system […]

Stability is the Catchword

On February 18, 2015
Apple’s releases of IOS 8 and Yosemite have been plagued with a multitude of problems. Apple rushed to the door Operating Systems to more effectively meet user demands for features and to catch up and surpass the competition. In their zeal to do this though usability was compromised to such an extent it had Marco […]
In an article by Derek Walter titled “Report: Google ‘tightening the screws’ on Android manufacturers” Google is supposedly trying to regain control of the Android franchise. Fragmentation of Android is a very real thing and it is affecting the user experience. It is also affecting Google in that companies, primarily Samsung, are going off in […]
One thing in computing that’s always considered a great plus is integration or the ability of a system to be able to work with another system. This is generally refered to as open systems and the manner in which this works is the adoption of standards. Standards that have been developed by a vendor and […]
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