The market for AI chips is putting new strain on the large chip companies, who have so far been largely absent from the market.
Traditional ventures have some good reasons for shunning investing in games, but that leaves a big blind spot for someone else to fill.
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.
How to approach Mobile World Congress? As I mentioned in my last post, I am now preparing for my trip to Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona in two weeks. […]
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 […]
There has been a ton of coverage on the Facebook/WhatsApp deal. I have read only a small portion of it, but I would classify much of the reaction as stunned silence. […]
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 […]
The Journal reported today that Nokia is expected to launch its first Android phone at Mobile World Congress this month. My first response to this was to disregard it, as […]
The Guardian published an article this morning claiming that Google is charging handset makers (OEMs) for their Google Mobile Services (GMS) license. The report has proven controversial with Google denying that […]
Yesterday the big news was Google acquiring Nest Labs, maker of the Nest Thermostat. There are a lot of interpretations of this move. I tend to be a bit more […]