Wednesday, October 13, 2010
When it comes to a complete suite of multimedia editing, the two industry leaders are Adobe Creative Suite and Final Cut Studio. Adobe CS is available on both Mac and PC, and Final Cut Studio is only available on Mac.
Since I use both Mac and PC, I'm partial to Adobe because of the similar functionality. I used Final Cut Studio for a little bit, but I never really put enough time in it to give a full evaluation. I didn't bother because I'm just so comfortable with Adobe CS5 in general.
Also, there are rumors of Microsoft buying Adobe, so this debate could get interesting in the next year if this is indeed true.
Which one do you have experience with? What's your preference?
Monday, October 11, 2010
AT&T Debuts HTC Surround, LG Quantum, & Samsung Focus as Windows 7 Smartphones... Cellular VoIP to be mainstream in 2011?
Today, AT&T and Microsoft unveiled 3 new devices to run the new Windows 7 mobile operating system. The 3 include the HTC Surround, the LG Quantum, and the Samsung Focus; and the planned release date is during the 2010 holiday season.
With Windows Phone 7 devices hitting the marketplace, will cellular VoIP become more mainstream in 2011? We already saw Skype's ability to work over 3G on Android phones (albeit with a hack), and it's safe to say this capability will be uncovered with the Windows 7 phones.
On an Enterprise level, will the Windows 7 smartphones encroach on the territory currently shared by BlackBerry and the iPhone? The Windows 7 smartphones will obviously work with MS Exchange and could offer ease of use with an existing infrastructure. Time will only tell.