Are you a leader or a follower? The answer to that question may determine how much use you'll get out of Poutsch, a free iPhone app that offers the answers to life's questions from the palm of your hand.
If you caught a glimpse of Google's live Android Honeycomb presentation this morning, you know that the company touted the latest iteration of its mobile OS as quite a game changer, one that they hope will set the standard for how tablets will better serve the end user. But I feel like everything I heard today are things that Apple's already doing so well with iOS.
According to a reports from a number of credible sources, it looks as though Comcast has had just about enough of streaming content providers, or more to the point, Netflix. Back on November 19th, the company, which is no stranger to bullying high-bandwidth users, informed Level 3 Communications--the contractor responsible for making Netflix’s streaming magic happen--that they would be forced to pay a toll for the privilege of being able to transmit content to end-users on their network. The broad strokes of the story are that Level 3 gave into Comcast’s demands in order to ensure uninterrupted Netflix service to the millions of Comcast users who rely upon the streaming service for the few hours of media-enabled escapism that their day affords. However, looking deeper into the issue, the Devil is most certainly in the details.