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Managing Editor at InformationWeek and tech journalist with an attitude of gratitude, and occasional sarcasm.
computerworld.com — Apple struts new iOS 7 and OS X 'Mavericks,' refreshes MacBook Air and comes through with free iTunes Radio Computerworld - Apple CEO Tim Cook and several of his top executives took the stage today at the company's annual developers conference to unveil the spruced-up, new-look iOS 7, introduce the iTunes Radio service and talk up this fall's "Mavericks" upgrade for OS X.
businessinsider.com — When iOS arrives on devices this fall, iPhone and iPad users that ask Siri to look for a nearby bar or sushi restaurant will be getting their search results from Bing instead of Google. Apple has made Microsoft Bing the default search engine for Siri in iOS 7.
washingtonpost.com — Apple announced Monday that it is jumping into the streaming music space with a new service called iTunes Radio. Similar to Pandora, the program lets users look up songs or artists they like and create radio stations based on that preferred music.
informationweek.com — Tablet Buying Demystified: 10 Tips Apple on Monday introduced the next iterations of its mobile and desktop operating systems, redesigned power-efficient MacBook Air notebooks, a radio streaming service called iTunes Radio in iOS 7 and an iCloud-based version of iWork for Mac and Windows before an enthusiastic crowd of several thousand developers.
slate.com — Only the bravest would side with philosophers in the end days of their turf war with scientists. For America's pipe-puffing perplexity-ponderers, the tweed grows heavy and the hour late. Scientists have the flashy buildings, the splashy headlines, and credit for the "most impressive intellectual feats" of the age. The National...
computerworld.com — Computerworld - SAN FRANCISCO -- Consumerization of IT and self-service trends will lead to a restructuring of the today's IT shop, leaving behind a hybrid model consisting of tech consultants and integrators. "The business itself will be the IT department. [Technologists] will simply be the enabler," said Brandon Porco, chief technologist & solutions architect at Northrop Grumman.
blogs.cio.com — "And now, the end is near, and so I face the final curtain...." Ok, perhaps that's a little dramatic. But I have an announcement. After nearly five years of using this space to comment on the ups and downs of a certain software company from Redmond, I am now using it to say goodbye.
zdnet.com — Summary: In an announcement at the Computex trade show, Microsoft executive Tami Reller announced that the upcoming Windows 8.1 update will include a welcome addition for Windows RT: Microsoft Outlook 2013. When Microsoft released Windows RT last year, its claim to fame was that the operating system included Microsoft Office.
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