Posts tagged "Apple"
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...
Is Apple the new Sony?

Is Apple the new Sony?

Two weeks back I started reading a book called “Made in Japan : Akio Morita and Sony” – nice book. The book made me realize that for a guy growing up in 1970s and 1980s Sony Corporation would have been what Apple Inc is for a guy growing up in 2000s and 2010s. This article is...
Cloud Storage – the possible winners & losers

Cloud Storage – the possible winners & losers

In the last ten days, Amazon has launched Amazon Glacier, an extension to its Cloud offering which offers 1 gigabyte of data storage for a month for as less as one rupee. And Microsoft has launched its SkyDrive for Android, a mobile platform it is competing against everywhere. Why all the action in and around...

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.

Steve Job’s lesson: Cannibalize your own products

This week Steve Jobs, the iConic CEO of Apple said iQuit. This is as good a time as any to pick up one lesson we can learn from the man's life & reflect on it. If you have seen his commencement speech he delivered at Stanford in 2005, you would know that his biggest message...

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!