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Posts Tagged ‘Android’

5 Myths about Mobile Solutions

In General on May 28, 2013 at 16:35

Mobile_Myths_260wide_390Mobile is a huge part of life nowadays. The stats all point to a huge increase in mobile usage, and our own experience as users shows how much it has grown to dominate our online behaviour. So it’s natural for business people to focus on what they can do to make best use of this new opportunity. However, there is a lot of confusion which gets in the way of successfully implementing a mobile strategy. Read the rest of this entry »

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Google Motorola: 8 crazy facts, and 3 possible outcomes

In General on August 18, 2011 at 20:07

Motorola - AndroidWell, i said Google needed to do something bold about Android, and that was bold! Spending USD12.5 billion on a company that is losing lots of money is either madness or masterstroke. The internet has hardly stopped buzzing about this. Here are the key points:

1. USD12.5 billion is nearly 50% more than Read the rest of this entry »

Google’s Big Android Problem

In General on January 23, 2011 at 18:43

AndroidGoogle’s got a big problem with Android. And if it doesn’t change its ways, it’s going to get worse.

A lot has been written lately about the battle between Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. These focus mainly (rightly) on the hardware and software differences, as well as differences in model, and indeed philosophy. However, conventional wisdom seems to be that iOS will make the money now, but Android owns the future. As it stands, that is plain wrong.

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