Posts tagged Technology
A new suite of insurance products specifically targeted toward
smaller technology companies has been announced by Hub
International – a U.S. insurance broker.
The new integrated suite will offer options and enhancements
normally only offered large corporations. Developed in cooperation
with CNA, the plan will include coverage for a variety of technology
sectors including internet and telecommunications.
Options for coverage will include management liability, comprehensive
general liability, worker’s compensation, umbrella coverage and more.
Additional coverage for personal, automobile, electronic data liability,
and more is available as well. Both Hub and CNA believe that middle market
companies are in need of such coverage and have teamed up to provide such
companies a viable insurance solution.
There’s a new 3D desktop environment now available for Mac called BumpTop. Features include the ability to use multiple surfaces to store and organize your files. You can even alter the sizes of individual items. Check out the Video!
What’s up with Google phones?
Negative news is seeping in about lack of sales of Google mobile phones. The recent battle with China tends to be having an affect on Google’s ability to produce enough cell phones to satisfy sales orders. Reports of delays related to launches of Motorola and Samsung phones are spreading everywhere.
Indeed, Google stands to grow and profit by promoting its web services through mobile devices. But some analysts are questioning Google’s business decisions centered around mobile devices and their recently released Android OS. And the initial launch of the Nexus One did stir up some controversy when some customers complained that the phone didn’t work properly. But Google was well aware of what was going on and claim to have worked to resolve the issues quickly.
Despite a lackluster launch of the Nexus One and other Android packing phones, Google continues to launch new devices and work through its issues.
Written by Elizabeth Woyke; Edited by Bill Sorensen