I mentioned at the outset that I was interested in studying wireless charging at the show. I came away disappointed. The week before the show, a friend at a Chinese […]
I think it is easy to forget how deeply embedded PCs are in the world. I was in a crowded San Francisco cafe last week in the middle of the […]
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There was an interesting analysis from the awesome team at Chipworks (with a good analysis from Ars as well) out last week showing that Apple’s new A9 processor for its […]
Executive Summary: This post went a little out of hand on me, so I want to sum it up here. Why did Apple launch its upgrade plan? My best guess […]
Over the weekend I took a look at how much the various iPhone purchase plans compare. That was mostly an exercise is trying to decide what I should do next […]
Signing up for a mobile carrier smartphone plan has reached the most advanced stage of capitalism – like hot dog buns and hot dogs. In the US, when you buy […]
The Wall Street Journal had a great profile of Indian handset company Micromax yesterday. It was one of those articles I love – comparing one company’s model to that of […]
At what point does the hassle of managing all these connected devices outweigh the benefits of having a ‘smart home’? Someone is going to need to simplify it all. You will know when we have arrived when no one uses the term “Educating the Consumer” when discussing their IoT strategy.
The Apple Watch seems so complicated, with over two dozen different versions, you need a spreadsheet to keep track.
That being said, Apple has a powerful combination of incredible engineering talent and the ability to make hard choices.
Maybe the Watch points to a whole new mode of computing.