Nowadays it’s quite popular to complain of the state of Java. What is the right approach for the future of Java? At this point Java is still alive waiting to adapt to its new features - the new edition of Java will be in 2011 followed by "another in 2012." There are said to be… Continue reading The Future of Java: forking, death, or stasis?
Are you on Facebook? I’d like to know the quirks, issues and annoyances you deal with on this social network. Whether you use Facebook to connect with friends or to manage your company's brands, chances are you've found the service lacking. It could be something inherent to the site (like confusing security controls), how your… Continue reading People say: What annoys you about Facebook?
Nowadays we have so many means of expressing yourself “visually”. Things that we possess (vestments, gadgets, apartments, etc) can “create” our image – who and what you are - in other people’s minds. As smartphones do, for example. Below you may find the link for some funny caricatures of typical smartphones users: http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/i/tim/2010/11/06/ev17d3_610x863.jpg This creation… Continue reading You and your smartphone: funny caricatures. Take a coffee-break and enjoy 🙂
Maybe it’s too early to judge, but I’m curious if Microsoft will be able to do it? 😉 I should admit that the majority of the LI members were skeptical about this point. You can find their opinions bellow. «Incredibly unlikely. All indications are that few are interested in developing third party apps, with the… Continue reading People say: Don’t you think the Windows Phone 7 may be the iPhone Killer?
Google and Apple are well-known rivals for the mobile OS share at the smartphone battlefield. By now the competition has already extended to the other field - the tablet market. The tablet market was pioneered by Apple with its iPad. It has been months that they faced no competition and Apple is currently dominating: the… Continue reading Tablet market: extension of the Android vs. iOS battlefield