Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com, talks about Salesforce's latest moves to build into the new Internet platform with a partnership with Google that'll be announced on Monday. He talks some smack about existing enterprise vendors like Microsoft, and discusses what he's seeing happening in our workplaces due to the Internet.
Apple's iPhone, MacBook trackpads, and Magic Mouse all are jammed with multitouch goodness, as will the iPad be. What the iPad won't have is Flash. Because multitouch and Flash aren't compatible. The debate is closed.
Just a day after being publicly excoriated by an influential developer, Apple has introduced new tweaks to its App Store approval process to make it more friendly to submissions.
Joe Hewitt, developer of Facebook for iPhone and an in-house Facebook employee, has vowed never to develop for iPhone again. Widely considered the most popular app in the iTunes Store, Facebook for iPhone set benchmarks for UI and interaction design on the phone.
Palm desperately needs better apps. And it's hoping its new Web-based development environment will lure more creative code monkeys, according to PCWorld. But is the environment really the problem? Or is Palm offering too little too late?