Qualcomm just launched a RISC V chip running a version of Android (Wear OS). Is this just a small project in an out-of-the-way market? Or is the sign of some bigger ambition?
Somebody needs to reignite excitement in the software ecosystem for phones. The semis vendors have an opportunity to rejuvenate the industry, but the changes it would require for their organizations likely means someone else will capture the opportunity.
A few days ago I read a post on Stratechery. Since half the traffic to this site comes from its author Ben Thompson’s Tweets, you are probably familiar with the […]
The world of enterprise mobility continues to evolve quickly. Prior to the sow, the big news was VMWare’s acquisition of AirWatch. Fitting news, since the big news last year was […]
As I type this, I am on a plane to Barcelona for Mobile World Congress (MWC). This is my eighth or ninth year of attendance. Not as long a history […]
The other night, I took a close look at King Digital’s F-1 IPO filings. It made for some interesting reading. But as I finished the post, I noticed something interesting. […]
Last night I stumbled on a very interesting topic. I was hoping to publish that today, but the news cycle overtook me. The big news today was Facebook’s announced acquisition […]
King Digital filed to go public this morning. For people who enjoy this sort of thing (raise my hand) this F-1 has been eagerly anticipated for a while. King Digital (ticker […]
I have been thinking about how mobile apps make money. In my post on Friday, I linked to a post from web greybeard Tim Bray who lamented that no one […]
I still have content I want to discuss from CES, but frankly, I’m all CES-ed out for the moment. Fortunately, I saw a very good post on “Ongoing by Tim […]