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I want one of these

No words :)

Here’s what iPhone really is.

Thanks to Toy

Written by j.pereira on January 19th, 2007 with no comments.
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One more word on iPhone and N800

What are we doing here? I think I’m missing something here.
Why are so many people comparing iPhone with N800 (including me)? (here, here, here)
From my humble opinion the two devices are not comparable. Each has a (almost) well defined niche. iPhone for entertainment and N800 for business. iPhone is cool, has a nice design and yeah it does phone calls. But would you use an iPhone for your profession (despite the fact of phone calls)? No. You would use iPhone mainly for entertainment. Would you develop a business around iPhone. Probably… By selling it?

By the other hand we have the N800, a perfect device for business.

Will you use N800 for your profession? Indeed. Would you develop a business around N800? For sure. Either by selling it and/or develop software for it. (the lack of openness of iPhone ban the development of software around iPhone). And more, as open, you can develop very specific applications to run on N800 and help your business grow, while having an iPhone yields to a better entertained life.

What would you want for the next Christmas? Me? N800.
What would your kids want for the next Christmas? If I had some, I’m sure they would want the iPhone.

Are we comparing apples to bananas? (P.S. I do prefer bananas)

iPhone and N800


Written by j.pereira on January 15th, 2007 with 1 comment.
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iPhone and N800

I must admit. At first, when I saw the Jobs presentation at CES, I felt very excited with the gadget Jobs brought (or will bring), the iPhone (nobody knows if it will be that name because iPhone is a trademark from Cisco). BTW, we may start to propose new names for Apple’s gadget – a friend of mine has called it iElsa, and other iGay .
Moving forward… Paulo has pointed me some reasons why iPhone isn’t a big deal at all and after a short break from the hype I realize that he’s right. I propose Jobs the name iCrap. Besides Paulo, many other point their reasons against having an iPhone. Other point: can’t tell when it will hit Europe.

Paulo also have a post where he point to another link where someone give 10 reasons why Nokia N800 is better than iPhone. After so much hearing about N800, I took a closer look at it. This, yes, is a crazy motherf***** gadget.

Despite it isn’t a phone, in a traditional sense of phone, it can be considered so, because as we moving to an data communication convergence, where data, voice and video use the same IP network, maybe Nokia is giving us what really will be the communications devices in a near future. Voice over IP? N800 can handle it out-of-the-box. Have your research before going into a miserable deal by buying an iPhone.


Written by j.pereira on January 14th, 2007 with 4 comments.
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Jobs unveils the iPhone on CES

I wish I had more time to review this beatiful gadget. Steve Jobs is on track to the future with its his iPhone.

See here the video where Steve Jobs presents the iPhone on CES.

Written by j.pereira on January 9th, 2007 with 3 comments.
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Here comes your Terabyte disc

As the amount of information to store increases at a significant rate each year, it also creates new demand for computer storage devices with larger storage space. We do not talk anymore about kilobytes or megabytes. We are going to an era where having a 1 Gigabyte file will be as common as today having a 10 Megabytes file. Today at the office I heard a guy asking if anyone know how to compress a 6 Gigabyte file!! Well, it’s possible to have such size. We work on the telecommunications business, and can you imagine what the size of a file with all information regarding the communications managed by a medium telecommunications operator?

Such demand generates new opportunities for storage device vendors. Hitachi Global Storage Technologies will launch its 1 Terabyte 3.5 inches drive for desktops. The Deskstar 7K1000. Hitachi announced that the first drives will be available within the next three months. Within a 3 or 4 months you’ll be able to have your first 1 Terabyte drive for a miserable $399 (approximately 305 €).

Seagate Technology, who won one PC World Most Innovative Products award, with its Barracuda 7200.10 drive, with a capacity of 750 Gigabyte, also announced that in the first half of this year, they will release to market a 1 Terabyte drive.

Can you remember carrying those 5.15 inch floppy disks with all your favorite games?

Diskete 515

Written by j.pereira on January 5th, 2007 with no comments.
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