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After Steve Jobs, who will change how we interact with devices?

After Steve Jobs, who will change how we interact with devices?

It was Steve Jobs who married technology with usability and created the first two breakthroughs in how we interacted with devices. Now that Steve Jobs isn’t around, I wonder if there will ever be a third paradigm shift. He knew the art of packaging technology and usability together and more than once succeeded in creating...

How the mobile phone killed Kodak

Kodak filing for bankruptcy is huge news. The shock visible on my face as I read the news was what the Kodak Marketing guy had been calling the ‘Kodak Moment’ for ages. Read on to know why I think the Mobile Phone killed Kodak!

Mobile Apps: Thoughts on usage patterns, product design, and monetization

Thoughts on usage patterns of various types of features (in a multi-purpose app) or apps in general, which impacts the product design, and the monetization model as well. Read more!

Why Nokia will beat iOS and Android in two years

I strongly believe that two years down the line, Nokia will still be the most popular handset brand. Their partnership will work because Nokia is fighting to delay death….while Microsoft is trying to live the mobile life but needs a partner who can deliver compelling mobile handsets. In short, they both need each other.

Tips to game the mobile app store rankings

Both Corporte & developers in mobile app business have the same problems - how to rank higher in mobile app stores. This article tries to find some answers.

Android – Selected by omission

Today we are all looking at Android as the next big thing on mobile not because of its merits, but because all the other platforms barring iPhone aren't geared up for the future. And iPhone is way too costly to be the underdog!

Group Messaging app makes sense for Google & Facebook

Now Google gets into the already crowded group messaging business with Disco. And as recently as March 1, 2011 Facebook acquired the Group Messaging service Bleuga. The other players already raking it in, in the group messaging domain are: GroupMe, Kik, TextPlus, and Fast Society. But if Facebook & Google are getting into it, there...

What is your excuse to build a mobile app?

Until or unless you are an Electronic Arts Inc (which puts in a lot of money, effort & promotion in building an app), it doesn’t make sense to build apps to earn money. You could give it a shot, but you will stand almost no chance. Just in case you didn’t know there are already...