Who cares about Chrome. IE6 Has 25% Market Share

At my company, Kloudshare, a big part of what we are developing involves pushing boundaries of what browsers are expected to do. Generally speaking, this is the case industry-wide as the web browser is becoming more and more a real application delivery system. Google understands this issue and has apparently been focused on some of […]

STEVE JOBS HAS JUST GONE MAD

Today Apple announced a version 4 their iPhone OS. It seems to answer most of the open issues relating to the platform. All sounded good. But then, John Gruber over at Daring Fireball discovered a “hidden gem” in the new developer terms. here they are: 3.3.1 — Applications may only use Documented APIs in the […]

ARRINGTON, RACE, AND SILICON VALLEY

I spent this summer in Silicon Valley as part of the NewMe Accelerator. NewMe is the first Accelerator program focused on African-Americans. I had an absolute blast in California connecting to incredible mentors like Mitch Kapor, Ben Horowitz, Vivek Wadhwa, and, in my own way, both absorbing insight from, and, as the old man of […]

ADOBE INTRODUCES P2P FLASH PLAYER, KILLS CDNS

Today Adobe announced the public beta of a new Flash Player that is going to change the way we all use the Internet. More importantly, the new player changes the economics of the Internet. Interestingly the two really key features are not getting much play in the news yet as people have focused on the […]