Tech Talk

Observations from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd

Struggling to get Passbook to work in iOS6? Here’s a solution

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Are you like countless other iPhone users struggling to get Passbook, one of the most anticipated iOS6 apps that serves as a rewards card and ticket management system, to work? I was, too, until I stumbled upon a solution. It worked for at least one friend, and will hopefully work for you, too: Launch Passbook. […] [Read More]

Journalists’ use of social media roasted

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The Dallas FOX-affiliate roasted journalists’ use of social media. It is worth watching: [Read More]

Livery cabs may become WiFi hotspots

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A venture capitalist hopes to equip 1,000 livery cars in New York City with WiFi by early fall, the Wall Street Journal reports — and then blanket the city with roaming hotspots. [Read More]

More bad news for Apple

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Apple’s highly anticipated white iPhone 4 has been delayed — again. [Read More]

At least the iPhone 4 offers some laughs

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Although the iPhone 4 may not be as good as its predecessors — and may drop more calls than phones a half decade older, at least it offers the opportunity for a good laugh. Tech Talk strongly supports laughter, and so rather than offering a lengthy narrative, today, we offer some videos at the tech giant’s expense. [Read More]

Apple tries to extinguish the fire raging over the iPhone 4

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Apple’s chief executive officer tried to extinguish the fire raging around its newest device. [Read More]

iPhone 3GS trade-in credit covers iPhone 4 cost

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Is the $199 price tag the only thing stopping you from upgrading to the iPhone 4? If so, Radio Shack may have solved your problem. [Read More]

Order Apple’s latest shiny gadget today

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If you’ve been holding your breath in anticipation of ordering the new iPhone 4, prepare to exhale. [Read More]

The iPhone is back in the news and it’s better than ever

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Despite having a some idea of what the next generation of the iPhone would have, Apple still managed to impress audiences — despite a rare glitch. [Read More]

All eyes on Apple

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The technology world’s collective eyes will be focused on Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference beginning Monday in San Francisco. [Read More]