Nostalgia is biggest treat to #innovation. We all know #mobile wallet is the future. But can’t let go of plastic. engadget.com/2017/09/11/ven…
#Mobile handset market has always been boring. The excitement about #smartphone was the actual usage of the device. #Apple is still winning.
http://mediacentre.o2.co.uk/Press-Releases/Making-calls-has-become-fifth-most-frequent-use-for-a-Smartphone-for-newly-networked-generation-of-users-390.aspx Interesting research results from O2 looking at smartphone usage. Our combined usage on phonecalls and texts are lower than browsing the web. It can be the answer to why Apple released Safari/webkit years before iPhone and still enforce that webkit being used for all web browsing on iPhone and iPad. It was a long… Read More »
Nokia celebrates 1.5bn phones running on S40 (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-16712308) Nokia, you announced that you are fully committed to Windows Mobile going forward back in February 2011! Nearly a full year on, you are still lingering on to the past. You want people to know that you are the best Windows Phone maker, but you are not… Read More »
Since the top management reshuffle at Nokia last September, it was clear that drastic changes were needed to get the company back on course. Nokia just wasn’t winning on any front and was destined to follow what happened with Motorola when mobile went from analogue to digital. And with an ex-Microsoft exec as CEO, the… Read More »