Could? Should? Would? – In which we totally make up a scenario in which mobile operating systems get better.
This morning VMWare announced it will acquire AirWatch for almost $1.2 billion. AirWatch is a leading provider of software solutions for enterprise mobility, and are arguably the leader of Mobile […]
There must be a metric that defines the ratio of how important something is compared to how obscure it is. If this ratio is not named yet, I am claiming […]
So Microsoft finally pulled the trigger and is buying Nokia. Big. Risky. Bet. The blogosphere is crowded tonight, but I have been watching these two flirt for so long that […]
HTC is reportedly working on a new operating system (OS), one that is specifically tailored to a Chinese audience. This is a smart strategic move for them, software is they […]
I have been thinking a lot about transportation recently. This is not really my field, but I’ve been travelling a lot, so it’s on my mind. I’ll spare you a […]
Google opened their I/O Developer Conference today. In the keynote they called out a bunch of statistics at their I/O Developer Conference today – “900 million activations to date”, “1 […]
Like clockwork, every six months the blogs decide that Facebook is about to launch a “Facebook phone”, to compete with Apple or Google or somebody. Then the wider tech press […]