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Tag Archives: Apple
What’s so wrong with being a niche business?
I’ve written about Blackberry a number of times since I started this blog but not since 2012 when I wrote – I’m waving bye-bye to Blackberry. I noted the features were awful, the battery life was poor, and the two-year … Continue reading
Amazon and Apple – are they rivals or partners?
Aggravation: As of last week The Wall Street Journal application that resides on my ‘Original’ Amazon Kindle Fire is no longer is supported by Amazon. I learned of this when last week I could no longer download the paper. No … Continue reading
China Skinny does a good job curating China content
One of my new favorite China information sites is China Skinny It is a collection of stories related to marketing and lifestyle development in the Middle Kingdom. The variety of stories is very good and I almost always find more than … Continue reading
The Kindle Fire can’t be the best that Amazon can do
Even before I had bought the original Kindle in 2007 (this was pre-iPad days if you’ll recall), I had been a longtime fan of Jeff Bezos and Amazon.com. Back in the 1990’s I bought some Amazon.com stock @ $11/share only … Continue reading
China’s Foxconn and Apple – a match not quite made in heaven
Although I have visited a number of factories in China I’ve never had the opportunity to visit the giant Foxconn factories which are located in several different parts of China. Foxconn is actually a Taiwanese company as an affiliate of … Continue reading
A Kindle Fire is cool, an iPad is cooler – an iPadlet could be coolest
When I got my Amazon Kindle over the past holiday season I had my first opportunity to use a tablet for any length of time. I liked the smaller compact size – it fit into my briefcase better than an … Continue reading
Posted in Communication, Customer Experiences, Innovation, Mobile Communication, Technology Tagged $100 tabelt, Amazon.com Kindle Fire, Apple, iPad, iPad 2, iPadlet, Jeff Bezos, Kindle Fire, Steve Jobs, Tablets 4 Comments
Is Blackberry standing at death’s door?
Like so many RIM – Research in Motion – BB users, last week’s worldwide Blackberry outage was a big inconvenience for me. I was traveling and even more reliant on the efficacy of BB’s email platform. A by-product was that … Continue reading
Posted in Best business practices, Communication, Innovation, Mobile Communication, Technology Tagged Android, Apple, BB Messenger, Blackberry, Blackberry Torch, iphone, QNX, Reseach in Motion, RIM, Samsung i997, Siri, sororities 3 Comments
The CES – Consumer Electronics Show – I am not going – are you?
Every year in January the CES takes place in Las Vegas. This year there is buzz about tablet PCs (more than 50 will be on display), television apps, 3D TV apps and accessories, computer printers (HP apparently has a really … Continue reading
Posted in Communication, Marketing stuff, Media, Technology Tagged Apple, Bloomberg TV, CES, CNET, Consumer Electronics Show, Consumer Reports, H-P, Las Vegas, Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, Steve Jobs Leave a comment