After all the fanfare, AT&T is finally bringing MMS to the iPhone. The timing is shocking, because it’s 2009 – the iPhone is arguably the most advanced mass communication device on earth and MMS was hot in 2004. So, anyhow – this is still good news for Apple, investors, and iPhone owners like myself.
Update: My Google Ranking was very short lived… iAm on the front page, still, but a stiff uppercut I did take!
iStarted ThunkDifferent.com on a whim, and now Thunk is to the better part of 1 million hits and the #1 site on the Google search engine with a top Google ranking. Thunk first came about as iThought, ” Apple Computer, Inc. is interesting, iLike to write so… hmmm what the heck?” iAm proud to say that Thunk is the #1 “Thunk” site in existence… at this point, iAll but own the word. What has changed since the inception? Not much really – iStill work 9 to 5, yet my grasp on social media has blossomed into an outstanding display of drive. Do iPost every day? No. Am i the most content rich Apple blog out there? Not even close. Yet… ThunkDifferent has persevered and through hard work, mistakes, corrections, and social media savvy has as of today become the #1 site on Google for any and all things, Thunk. Thank you to my readers, WordPress, Google, and RSS feeds… ThunkDifferent is the number one site for the word “Thunk” on the internet… or interwebs… or the inception of Social Media, web media, net media, and new media in the history of the human race. iWonder if it will ever pass the baton or continue to succeed as iContinue to work hard and bring the world my best effort while living my life and pursuing my dreams. Thank you & godspeed.
Google’s iPhone for Apple’s App Store coming on Monday, they said it was coming by Friday and now its Sunday night. Check out the Awesomeness of this application and device below courtesy of Google Mobile.
It’s so easy, this 10 year old boy can use it. However it isn’t without controversy
“Google’s carefully orchestrated launch of their new voice-recognition search application for the iPhone took a dive this weekend. The application didn’t appear as promised, and Google took down the YouTube video demo’ing the product (although it’s still on the Google Channel YouTube page and embedded below).
This is an extraordinary event. Other search app providers have told me they’ve been kept waiting months for approval of their app, with no explanation from Apple. But Google and Apple are close, even sharing Google CEO Eric Schmidt as a board member. Something definitely went sideways, most likely involving Apple throwing a fit of some sort (Apple is just plain weird about press).
Note our report last week “-TechCrunch
500,000+ visitors and counting.
iThink that is the mark of a good blog. A blog iSimply started as a response to a situation… it has spawned so much more and all of it for no cost to me at all. Except my time, energy and combination of the two to make the RSS subscribers happy. And speaking of happy, iAm officially happy to have reached 500,000 visitors to the web pages of Thunk Different.
Thank you readers, WordPress, Apple, the Wall Street Journal, IBM, and everyone else who has published my work and made this possible. iAm humbled, iThunk none of this was possible and wouldn’t have been with out the web & the people the make it possible… you. 😉
Will keep the technicians away. Get a mac and learn how to create better.
A surprising new product has been released by telecommunication giant AT&T. The release is called, Pogo, it is a web browser built partly on Mozilla software and proprietary technology. The results? Stunning.
Imagine if you will Apple’s “Time Machine”, “Spaces”, IE 7’s “All tabs display” and some of the nicer elements of Vista all rolled into one… in a browser. That’s Pogo.
It is is interesting that AT&T would release a browser, but then again – those with foresight see that it could potentially limit the importance of an OS and is a diamond mind when it comes to user tracking, analytics, not to mention the explosive contribution browsers will make to social media if you believe anything the folks at Mozilla are saying about Firefox 4.
i have signed up for the beta and haven’t downloaded pogo yet, but did see another review as well as a demo of the product, in a word, promising.
Questions to ponder…
- Will att.com make this compatible with the iphone 2.0?
- will pogo become adopted on a mass scale?
- Do you need a dual core processor & 64 shared memory or more to use it at a minimum?
- Will other browsers quickly adapt and stomp Pogo, emulate Pogo, ir do nothing at all?
- When can i get me one of them?
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