Reading Time: 2 minutes Not exactly, but close enough (here is a post I wrote on June 29, 2007 when iPhone started). Today the new iPhone 3G S is on sale at AT&T store, as I understood. This time iPhone did not generate as much buzz, but I heard my favorite tech writer Walt Mossberg was also standing in
Reading Time: < 1 minute Microsoft Bing, the new search engine which represents the high hope of Microsoft executives, goes alive today (incidentally today marks another big event in US corp history: General Motor files for bankruptcy). Underneath the Bing, it is really the re-brand of Microsoft Live search, plus some new features, as shown last week at D7. (Actually
Reading Time: < 1 minute (Update from The Register May 29) Palm Pre plays nicely with iTunes. See more D7 video here. Here is another interesting one, for instance, Microsoft new search engine “Bing“.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Background Couple days ago the Apple stock got a hit not just becaues of the soft earning guidance, the more important reason is the company declined to answer the health question of its co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs in the earning call. You tube videos Great Artists Steal – Triumph of the Nerds – Revised
Reading Time: 2 minutes The future of food I watched the movie (documentary) The Future of Food in the weekend, via the NetFlix “instance play” feature. This 2004 documentary is about the genetic engineered seeds, and its effect on farmers and our daily food. I remember a few years ago there was a lot talk about genetic modified food,
Reading Time: < 1 minute Here is the link (see the left scrolling screen, in Chinese): Many years ago, when I was a graduate student, I attended those information sessions in school (and ate many free pizzas). At that time all the companies are US companies, such as Emerson, GE, and Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT) etc. Now a Chinese company are coming
Reading Time: 2 minutes Next Microsoft. Next Bill Gates. Next Google. Next… We all want to get the hold of “next big thing” before it becomes real, don’t we? Think about this, the stock of Cisco, the networking and communication company, increased 73 times from 1990 to 2000 in 10 years. The Microsoft stock’s performance was similar. From time to time, when a