Month: October 2011

Sony buys out Ericsson from Sony Ericsson

So what will happen next? As I wrote earlier in Mobile- From gadgets to content, it’s a content game for Sony. They have movies, music, games etc.  Yet, how will Sony handle the fact that current phones use Android, considering

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Death to RSS

I’ve suspected this would happen, as it’s often very hard nowadays to find RSS feeds on Web magazines, but they are at the same time openly and very fiercely (as if the magazines would be seen as more modern that

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On Steve Jobs and disruptive change

Enrique Ortiz wrote a piece called The Impact of Steve Jobs on Mobility, that I’m adding my spin on below. First: Without Steve Jobs there would most likely be no iPod, iPhone, iPad, iTunes, App Store etc, and probably not

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Mobile: From gadgets to content

Apple, Google, Microsoft and Sony will all fight for the consumers’ mobile (and otherwise) media spending. If now Sony buys out Ericsson from Sony Ericsson it’s clear the real reason is to have devices to distribute media to, as Sony

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