[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/101201_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] While Apple devices don’t traditionally attract corporate clients, JPMorgan Chase & Co. is giving iPads to all of its global investment banking employees. Several other corporations are also considering the iPad for business uses. Is this bad news for the BlackBerry PlayBook?  You bet it is!  In Continue Reading →
While Apple devices don’t traditionally attract corporate clients, JPMorgan Chase & Co. is giving iPads to all of its employees in the global investment banking division. Several other corporations are also considering the iPad for business uses. This could be bad news for RIM who is hoping its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet device will attract its Continue Reading →
Research In Motion
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion will release its tablet computer, the “PlayBook,” in the first quarter of 2011. In hopes of competing with Apple‘s iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, the RIM device will be priced under $500. RIM has not confirmed the exact price or announced where the 7-inch tablet will be sold. Read the Continue Reading →
Have you ever dropped your phone in the toilet? It happens more than one might think. Recently, an anonymous man in China dropped his phone in a public toilet and when he reached in to get the phone, his arm got stuck. Rescue workers were called to the scene and had to smash the toilet Continue Reading →
Father & Son Launch iPhone Into Outer Space Luke Geissbuhler and his 7-year-old son used a weather balloon to launch an iPhone and HD camera into space. Their mission was to “film the blackness beyond our earth.” The balloon burst after 70 minutes and fell back to earth. Father and son used the iPhone’s GPS Continue Reading →
How Will U.S. Respond To A Cyber Attack? In response to the increased threat of a cyber attack in the U.S., the government has recently developed the National Cyber Incident Response Plan. The plan is being tested this week by thousands of cyber-security personal from 11 states, 12 foreign countries, and 60 private companies. One Continue Reading →

The U.S. Government Gets Real

The U.S. Government Gets Real The U.S. government has a new service that provides citizens with real-time updates and alerts. From the new USA.gov website, users can customize the types of alerts they wish to receive by selecting from 6,2000 different topics and 144 federal agencies. Whenever new information is published users will receive instant Continue Reading →

iPhone Users Have More Sex

iPhone Users Have More Sex According to a new study from the dating site OKCupid, iPhone owners have more sex than BlackBerry and Android users. The results showed that women who use an iPhone have twice as many sexual partners as their Android counterparts. OKCupid surveyed nearly 10,000 smartphone users for their analysis. Winning Streak Continue Reading →
Malware Hits An All-Time High McCafee reported that malware has hit an all-time high in the second quarter of 2010. There are a reported 6 million malicious files online, up from 4 million in Q1. USB sticks are the biggest contributors to the increase as well as cyber criminals who used the popularity of the Continue Reading →
August 5, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: U.S. Can Tap Your BlackBerry: U.S. authorities have the ability to tap communications made from BlackBerry devices, which is the same surveillance that The UAE and Saudi Arabia are requesting. Research In Motion, the company who makes BlackBerry, is the only smartphone Continue Reading →