Anarchy in the OS – Revisited – The way we think of computers has changed. The days of compatibility and common operating systems are over. Low cost hardware and bandwidth will fragment the way we think of computers until they largely disappear.
Recently, a friend of ours at the Haas School of Business asked us to review a case study he was preparing to analyze the poor level of profits that handset […]
Traditional ventures have some good reasons for shunning investing in games, but that leaves a big blind spot for someone else to fill.
Late last week Venture Beat reported that “Intel has 1,000 people working on chips for the iPhone.” This prompted a bunch of inbound e-mails and a Twitter conversation. After a […]
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 […]
If a person does the same thing over and over again, each time expecting a different outcome, we call that insanity. If dozens of companies in a multi-billion dollar market […]
There is an interesting post from Marco Arment today on “App Rot”. In it he takes a look at App Store economics. Like many people before, he points out that […]
I wanted to comment briefly on the news that Yahoo! has acquired Flurry. This a turning point, or a milestone. A marker of some sort. The End of the Beginning […]
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 […]
I have will be e-mailing out my full note from Mobile World Congress over the weekend, below is one piece from that longer note. I will post the rest of […]