Technology

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All’s Quiet on the Apple Front

After hearing about the iPhone madness surrounding the Apple Store at the CambridgeSide Galleria from Universal Hub, my editor sent me to scout out the […]

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We Smell Another Lucrative Software Contract…

Nobody likes dealing with the Registry of Motor Vehicles. It seems like the dregs of society are always renewing their licenses at the same time […]

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More Ethics Problems from Cognos Deal

Joseph Lally is many things. He is the former vice president of Cognos ULC, a company that makes business intelligence software. He co-founded Montvale Solutions, […]

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Adventures in Finance

As Paul McMorrow informed us last month, the state’s budget is screwed. Both the House and Senate versions of the 2009 budget rely heavily on […]

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Mac Mania

The line to get in to the Boylston Street Apple Store stretched down Fairfield Street for several blocks for last night’s grand opening. Some determined […]

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Menino Goes Mac

Boston Daily just got back from a press preview of the spacious Boylston Street Apple Store, which opens tomorrow at 6 p.m. The Fenway Park-inspired […]

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The Buried T-Shirt Stunt Jumps the Shark

When news broke that a construction worker had buried a David Ortiz jersey in the new Yankee Stadium, we knew it was only a matter […]

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Apple Store to Open on Thursday

On the 15th day of May, Apple will open what may be its largest store ever. And, it will be good. Just when we’d put […]

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Apple Store Will (Allegedly) Open on May 16

We have a confession to make. Your friends here at Boston Daily are Mac geeks. Flannery and I each got shiny new MacBooks recently, and […]

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Park and Whine

Many Bostonians view parking tickets as part of the routine expense of owning a car in the city, much like paying for insurance or excise […]

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Charlie Gets Hacked

Until now, we thought the greatest innovation in T fare technology was the CharlieCard mitten. But a University of Virginia student says he cracked the […]

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Attention Women: You’d Best Get to Baby-Making

During the past few days, I’ve noticed this item floating around on Boston.com and being torn to bits on Universal Hub. Since I’ve been busy […]

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MIT Craps on Martha

If you haven’t seen this yet, you need to. It’s fantastic. Two MIT researchers go on Martha Stewart’s show with their new invention, the “Ketchup […]

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Preparing For the Satellite’s Reentry

In this post-9/11 world, we almost long for the retro Cold War worries. During that time, Boston Daily was too busy fretting about what would […]

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Rep. Ed Markey Gets a (Second) Life

If you’d told us a notable Massachusetts resident was conducting business in Second Life, we’d conclude you were talking about Red Sox pitcher and noted […]