Tech Talk

Observations from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd

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]

‘Incredible’ lives up to the name

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Tech Talk recently had the opportunity to take the HTC Incredible for a drive — and was blown away. [Read More]

Apple unveils its tablet… finally

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Apple has unveiled the much-hyped and highly anticipated tablet device — known as the iPad. But is it worth the hype? [Read More]

Smart phone transforms man into citizen medic

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Smart phones are not only helping people around the world try their hand at journalism. They are also saving lives. [Read More]

Google launches Nexus One

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Rejoice! Google’s new phone, the Nexus One, is now available for purchase. [Read More]

Don’t cut that landline yet

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One of the biggest issues facing cell phone service providers is their inability to offer customers service during peak periods — like the dawn of a new year or during the height of a disaster. As I write this post just 80 minutes into 2010 on the East Coast, I lack cellular service from AT&T […] [Read More]

Wired justice isn’t blind

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The American justice system is facing a threat that could result in the incarceration of the innocent and freedom of the guilty. [Read More]

AT&T resumes online sales of the iPhone for NYC residents

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New York City customers could once again purchase the iPhone online, Tech Talk has confirmed, as the Associated Press originally reported Monday afternoon. [Read More]

Vibe Tribe utilizes social networking to connect, offer feedback

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What began just 13 years ago as a small community of people united by a common desire to celebrate Jerry Garcia’s music has transformed into a powerhouse. [Read More]

Wired: AT&T denies MMS/tethering iPhone rumors

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AT&T has denied Internet reports that the telephone company would be delaying multi-media messaging (images, audio, video, rich text,) and that a tethering plan would cost an additional $55 per month for iPhone users in an e-mail to Wired.com. [Read More]