This is a guest post from Krister Ungerboeck, the CEO of Ungerboeck Software International. The most successful event planners have started using mobile technology to more quickly connect with customers and meet their needs. New mobile applications can drive business to their websites and help them provide better service. Yet, current mobile technology has several… Read More HTML5’s Value For Mobile Event Apps
This is a guest post from Jane Smith. One of the biggest questions for the tech industry in 2012 is the fate of the Windows-powered smartphones produced by Nokia, one of the latest entries into the ever-diversifying smartphone field. I say the fate of the Nokia Windows Phones is uncertain because most American consumers have… Read More Will Anyone Notice The New Windows Phone?
As the year comes to a close, everyone is posting predictions about the new year as well as reviewing their predictions from the prior year. Here at Regular Geek, I would like to look at the trends to determine what changed things and what trends we should watch in the coming year, not as predictions… Read More A Look Back And A Look Ahead At 2012
This is a guest post from Jesse Langley. The Kindle Fire is revolutionary because of its price. If you haven’t been told that over and over by a journalist yet, you must be in hiding—my apologies for interrupting that. To catch you up, the Fire is being hailed as the only affordable tablet for college… Read More Amazon’s Silk Browser: A Peeping Tom Or A Mona Lisa?
This is a guest post from Rob Clymo. There are many different smartphone and tablet computer devices currently on the market, and it’s perhaps this huge choice that can make buying one quite a tricky process to pick your way through. Now that many of these gadgets can essentially do the same thing, it can… Read More Smartphone Versus Tablet – Which Device Suits My Needs Best?
I meant to post this yesterday, but time was not available to really complete it properly. So, you now have an Apple iPhone 4 post that is a day late. The reality is that it really does not matter because the announcements were generally underwhelming. First, let me say that the iPhone 4 is a… Read More Apple Positioning Itself For Battle With Google
With Google I/O several days behind us, you are starting to see fewer posts about the announcements. Now, you are starting to see some personal blogs with their personal analysis of various products and competitors. This post will be no different in that respect. However, I am taking a view that may not be too… Read More Android vs Apple, We Have Seen This War Before
While we see the iPad garnering much attention during its official launch, Android fans are rejoicing. Given how many good reviews there have been for the iPad, this may sound kind of strange. However, sometimes being second best can still be the basis for a fantastic business. I call this the “Burger King Phenomenon”, where… Read More Android Is Apple’s Burger King
Well, Steve Jobs dropped a bombshell on people. The iPad was not what people were expecting. As was expected, some people love it and others hate it. However, the one point of agreement between these people is confusion. What exactly is the iPad revolutionizing? There was plenty of hype that the Apple tablet device would… Read More Apple’s iPad Is What Laptops Should Have Been
There is some very interesting news today in the tablet and e-reader device industry. First, Amazon will be opening up the Kindle as a development platform next month. The new Kindle Development Kit gives developers access to programming interfaces, tools and documentation to build active content for Kindle–the #1 bestselling, most wished for, and most… Read More It Is All About The App Store