The heir apparent to the Ubuntu Edge is the iPhone 5S

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A while ago I wrote a piece for Geek Insider about the (unsuccessful) Indiegogo campaign for the Ubuntu Edge—The Ubuntu Edge is the Real Start of the Post-PC Era—where I made the case that the Ubuntu Edge would be the real start of the post-PC era. A hand-held device that would would switch to a […]

Writing, Posting, and Administering WordPress from iOS

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Update Sept 4th: I added links to the core apps that I use on my iPad for writing. If you want to leave your laptop at home and just wander with your iPad, that’s cool. I’ve written a lot about doing that. In fact I’ve written a day’s worth of posts on my iPad while […]

iOS 5, iCloud, and Lion Updates Will Start Really Changing Things

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The griping about the iPhone 4S—which the more I think of it is a great update to the iPhone 4—has overshadowed the real stuff that is going to make us love our iOS devices more—iOS 5, iCloud, and the Lion updates to support them. By all accounts, iOS 5 fixes how freakin’ annoying notifications are […]

QuikView for iPad: Real Potential for News Junkies

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I got an email this morning from Zod. No, not the arch-nemesis of Superman, but Michael Kirlew of Toronto-based Zod Studios who want to tell me about their new newspaper-style app for the iPad called QuikView. Now, you folks know that I’m a sucker for news apps. I tried Flipboard straight away. I really liked Zite (but haven’t touched it in a while for some strange reason). Now QuikView offers similar functions as both these apps, but the real twist is in adjusting the layout of the pages you create.