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The press has been awash in the last week with speculation over the Microsoft and Nokia deal. The reality is that this is a deal that has been almost two years in the making and not something new. What everyone … Continue reading
The success of the Apple App Store has spawned a whole new way of doing business for many vendors. Vendors are now looking at their solutions and trying to see how they can build a platform on which partners will … Continue reading
On 27 October 2011, Sony finally bought out the 50% of its joint venture with Ericsson, giving it sole control over the phone business. This is a move that not only makes sense for Sony but one that could finally put … Continue reading
Staying ahead in an ever changing business market is hard, but that’s what management is paid to do, right? It is therefore hard to see how spending $1.2 billion to purchase a company, before closing it without recouping much, if … Continue reading
Managing succession is always a challenge for any organization, one that’s usually done with little public comment. However, when it comes to large organizations, any change of leadership draws vast amounts of editorial and soul searching. In the case of … Continue reading
There are many things that go into a successful device and platform. Stable hardware, OS and applications, having the right applications and the right price, making it easy to buy those applications and having a developer strategy that encourages people to write for your device. This might seem self-evident to most but apparently, not everyone.
Last week, it emerged that Apple was being sued by two groups of iPhone and iPad users for leaking data that could identify users. Given Apple’s strict control over applications and the hurdles that developers have to jump through in … Continue reading