Jeff Kibuule

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Google I/O 2014 Follow-up

So the Google I/O 2014 keynote is finally over. In 2.5 hours, Google announced a lot of interesting stuff around Android which has become the cornerstone of their developer conference. It seems that Google...

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The failed promise of Google Glass

Google Glass is the quintessential Google product: clearly designed by engineers with a lot of talent but failure to understand the bigger picture. Two years after it’s announcement in 2012, there still hasn’t been...

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Google I/O 2014

My hopes and wishes for Google I/O 2014: A sign that Google is taking back control of Android to prevent Samsung from bastardizing it even more. A sign that Google isn’t so cutthroat against...

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Aereo loses battle vs. broadcasters

In a stunning defeat, 6-3, Aereo has lost it’s battle with broadcasters in the right to distribute over-the-air television via the Internet without paying licensing fees. The Supreme Court ruled that Aereo is still...

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Cloud storage wars

Yesterday, Microsoft announced that all OneDrive users would be getting an increased allotment of storage from 7GB to 15GB and Office 365 subscribers would get a staggering 1TB (that’s terabyte) of storage. That’s incredible...

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Smartphone Battery Life

Battery life on smartphones is constantly talked about and measured in reviews: “How long does the battery last?”, “Does it get a full day?”, “I don’t care how thick the phone is, can’t you...

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T-Mobile + Sprint = ???

It seems like it’s merger season. This year alone we’ve gotten sever big mergers lined up for the FCC and DoJ to contend with: Comcast/Time Warner, AT&T/DirecTV, and of course Sprint/T-Mobile. But with that...

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Amazon announces the Fire Phone

  So after years of speculation, Amazon finally announced their first foray into the quite crowded smartphone market, the Amazon Fire Phone. Billed as a high-end phone with lots of useful features, it contains...

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WWDC 2014 Predictions Follow-up

I forgot to do a WWDC 2014 Predictions follow-up post. Here’s the original. For the most part, I was right! Granted, I didn’t make any outlandish predictions, and it’s clear that new hardware and...

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Adobe finally gets subscription pricing

Today, Adobe announced that its $10/month limited time deal for Photoshop CC and Lightroom would be made permanent. This comes after Adobe had shown significant growth in its Creative Cloud subscription offerings, now at...