In the News: 2012-04-29

Written on:April 29, 2012
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Mac News: iPhone, iPad are tops in enterprise activations   
During Tuesday’s earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that 94 percent of the Fortune 500 are deploying or testing iOS devices. Now those numbers are being validated by news from enterprise mobility tool provider Good Technology.    
Read full story => tuaw

Technology News: Has the internet run out of ideas already?   
Earlier this year, American legal scholar Tim Wu published a sobering book: The Master Switch: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires. In it, he surveyed the history of the great communications technologies of the 20th century – the telephone, movies, broadcast radio and TV.    
Read full story => The Guardian

Programming News: The most important tool with Rails on *nix   
Most of us use some Linux distro or Mac OS X with Rails – Windows Rails users seem to be a very small community. Every now and then, on the #rubyonrails IRC channel, some confused guy comes in, and has absolutely no idea why some of his code won’t work (from some tutorial, usually) and ruby keeps giving him odd error messages.    
Read full story => Computer Science, Math and Clever Dolphins

Other News: iKey30 Wired iPad Keyboard Offers Unique Features   
I’ve tested a slew of iPad keyboards, but they’ve all had one thing in common: They connect to your iPad wirelessly using Bluetooth. MacAlly’s $50 iKey30 breaks that streak. This model foregoes Bluetooth in favor of a wired connection, connecting to your iPad via a 33-inch dock-connector cable. The iKey30 also works with the iPhone 3G or later, as well as the second-generation-or-later iPod touch.    
Read full story => PCWorld

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