Articles By Tom Kaneshige

Six cool, little-known iPhone shortcuts

Last week, a new iPhone app called Tiger Text hit the App Store. The app lets users send text messages to a server that could be read by the recipient via an app

Published on: March 5th, 2010 Tom Kaneshige

Is the iPhone killing standalone devices?

With its 130,000 available apps, built-in camera and GPS capabilities, the iPhone sits squarely at the center of convergence. There's little question that the iPhone has taken a bite out of sales of

Published on: February 3rd, 2010 Tom Kaneshige

Apple’s roadmap for continued mobile supremacy

Only a few weeks remain of 2009, and thus begins the task of defining new year's resolutions-in this case, we'll be making a list for Apple and the iPhone. Even though the iPhone

Published on: December 9th, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

Holiday picture taking a snap with 5 cool iPhone apps

Old friends, family gatherings, homeward-bound travel all go hand-in-hand with the holiday season-and, of course, so does taking photos of these special moments.I'd argue the iPhone is the best camera for the job

Published on: December 4th, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

Why Grill Masters can have an iPhone app and perhaps you shouldn’t

Clothing retailer Gap launched a contest asking developers to create an iPhone app that promotes its brand, which I'm writing about this week. Yet all of this has got me thinking: What kinds

Published on: November 20th, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

BlackBerry for guys, iPhone for gals?

The "I'm a Mac, I'm a PC" stereotypes in Apple's famous ad campaign have nothing on the findings from a new study of BlackBerry and iPhone owners.The survey, done by consumer electronics shopping

Published on: November 5th, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

Five iPhone flaws that drive users up the wall

While the Apple iPhone is known for its great simplicity, some apps drive users absolutely crazy. The problems stem largely from the poorly designed ways that certain apps manipulate the iPhone's touch features,

Published on: September 22nd, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

Taking care of business with Apple’s iPod Touch

At first blush, most CIOs probably didn't give a hoot about Apple's big iPod bash last week.Apple unveiled a new iPod lineup for the holiday season, including cheaper iPod Touch units and iPod

Published on: September 14th, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

5 iPhone apps to brighten up your work day

Much has been written about a your identity being wrapped up in your iPhone, much like a car can be a reflection of someone's personality. All of which got me thinking: What do

Published on: August 11th, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

Apples refuses to suck back iPhone 3GS lemons

In the early days of automobile manufacturing, some cars coming off the factory line just weren't up to snuff-but were sold to consumers anyway. They simply didn't perform as well as others or

Published on: July 16th, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

3 formidable iPhone 3GS flaws and Apple’s lacklustre response

The iPhone 3GS has been an undeniable marketplace hit since its release on June 19, and will likely continue to soar in sales despite three customer complaints that have surfaced recently. Related Slideshow:

Published on: July 10th, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

Killer iPhone apps help you take care of business

When EA Tiger Woods PGA Tour teed off on the iPhone last month, the business world must have let out a collective giggle. Finally, an iPhone app for the business executive. All joking

Published on: May 13th, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

How to choose the best and most secure Web browser

The Web is teeming with venomous exploits. And an ever-increasing quantity of that malware sneaks onto hard drives via the browser.Which begs the question: Does your choice of browser affect your chances of

Published on: February 23rd, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

Five tips for creating a terrific tech r

Tech résumés are piling up faster than the local landfill. It's more important than ever to have a strong résumé that is sure to stand out from the crowd. Unfortunately, techies are notorious

Published on: January 23rd, 2009 Tom Kaneshige

Cost savings or not? Crunching the numbers on server virtualization

Server virtualization is supposed to save buckets of cash, largely from server reduction. After all, consolidating some 20 physical servers to three host servers means less hardware and reduced power and cooling, not

Published on: January 8th, 2009 Tom Kaneshige