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Tag Archives: mobile
Aaron Souppouris summarizes Nokia’s Q2 report on the Verge. Nokia remarks that Q3 won’t be much better, either. Yikes.
I love Dieter Bohn’s articles. They are great bits of reporting. This one outlines the increasingly crowded mobile payment space — one where there is no dominating figure. When I read this, I can’t help but wondering why Paypal, the … Continue reading
Interesting turn of events for a primarily console-based company.
A comment by Ed Oswald on the Windows Phone OS and increased fragmentation: Microsoft has chosen Android’s fragmented path against any good sense. While I understand this likely has to do with the drastic code changes under the hood, it … Continue reading
He’s a fan of the design and build quality, but thinks the OS falls short still. John Gruber agrees with him, and notes that if he were in the market for a Windows Phone, it would be for the 800 … Continue reading
Matthew Handrahan, talk about Ben Cousins’ (ngmoco) opinion on the freemium model: As soon as one competitor in a specific field drops the price to zero, he argues, it becomes very difficult for others to continue charging. It happened to … Continue reading
On our podcast we talked a little about RIM and their current issues. It looks like things may have gotten a little worse in the past day. Jim Balsillie, former co-CEO, has resigned from the board in this afternoon’s Q4 … Continue reading
Creepy and annoying. (via Jim Dalrymple)
Jim Dalrymple: The right question to ask is “does the iPad fit my lifestyle?” Completely agree. My answer is no, but I’m apparently becoming more of a minority.
As mentioned during our most recent podcast, The Verge has a great article on the current problems with Research in Motion and how Blackberry went from hottest device on the market to irrelevant and fast. The article is worth a … Continue reading
Cherian Abraham: I rode about 900 miles in the last four days, cutting across Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey to be together with my family for Christmas. I figured this would be a good time to put my new … Continue reading
Definitely no chance of other mergers occurring any time soon.
Engadget picks this up from a recent Nielsen report on game console usage for 13+ years of age: …gamers this year spent notably more time streaming video to their consoles than they did in 2010, due in large part to … Continue reading
It appears the folks at Microsoft even see the value in creating games for the mobile platform. Today Microsoft released its first iOS game. If you’re Nintendo, I’d suggest you take note…
Nik Cubrilovic argues that the design of the iPad is a natural evolution of designing tablet computing devices, using the idea that the Crunchpad (later the JooJoo) and the Samsung Galaxy Tab (currently in spat with Apple) share similar maxims … Continue reading
Exclusive interview on The Verge from Sean Hollister and Dieter Bohn with VP Andrew Coward about what Carrier IQ’s role is in logging your phone’s activity. Coward believes that in a perfect world, the activities that Carrier IQ performs on … Continue reading
This symbolizes the beginning of many other initiatives to investigate the outrageous consequences of having Carrier IQ’s software on our mobile devices.
This demo further solidifies why the Windows OS platform is a strong contender. A solid user experience that is both lightweight and dynamic. It’s not about apps but it is about content. The retina display actually helps their case too … Continue reading
The FCC has accepted a request by AT&T to withdrawal it’s bid for T-Mobile. Alongside this acceptance, the FCC released a 109 page document discussing many of the problems with the proposed merger.
Apple guesses correctly, again.