Month: August 2009

  • Portable Computing, Peanut Butter or Chocolate?

    The Nokia Booklet (stands out better in the search results than “netbook”) is not the first time Nokia has entered the PC market but it’s announcement took many people by surprise. As the lines between what is a laptop and what is a smartphone blur, it’s fascinating to see how a PC companies like Apple […]

  • Silicon Valley visits Helsinki

    If you’re interested in the Social Web and are in Southern Finland at the end of September here are two events that are very much worth catching. Chris Messina and Jyri Engeström will be in Helsinki first for an all day crash course on the social web which will run from the basics in the […]

  • Fisher-Price Snuffs Out View-Master

    Fisher-Price, the toy company that used to market them, has just eliminated almost all the View-Master titles that have been a staple of young lives for almost 70 years. – The Economist Rumor has it that Microsoft will license the rights to the View-Master and use them as a new and innovative distribution channel for […]

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