Matthew Panzarino writing for The Next Web: I write between 5 and 9 articles a day on average, and many of them have a half-life of a few hours unless someone goes searching for a very specific topic at some point in the future. This highlights my big takeaway from The Magazine–every article is going […]
Nilay Patel’s tweet sums this up nicely. Motorola should have announced one phone instead of three that consumers will inevitably be confused by. There is a reason Apple is only going to be introducing one new iPhone and not three separate phones. Motorola just announced three phones when they should have announced one.
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While it may not be as good as this student’s Microsoft rebranding, it is still good to see Microsoft moving in the right direction again. Unfortunately, this update seems to reinforce Microsoft’s undying love of Windows, something which I think the company needs to rethink.
Nearly eighteen months ago, we gave developers guidance that they should not build client apps that mimic or reproduce the mainstream Twitter consumer client experience.” And to reiterate what I wrote in my last post, that guidance continues to apply today. More ominous words from Twitter, but it doesn’t seem to be the end of […]
Another nail in the coffin for RIM. Next: Dell buys RIM.
The beginning of the end, or just the beginning for Sparrow?
Microsoft has just announced its financial results for the fiscal quarter ending June 30th, 2012, and the company has posted a net loss of $492 million. Despite record revenue of $18.06 billion, the company was weighed down by what it’s calling a “goodwill impairment charge” of $6.2 billion… …the quarter’s revenue figure represents an increase […]