Month: December 2013

Enterprise apps is where it’s at

At least that’s the opinion in this article. “the average enterprise focussed app development organisation is making around 16 times as much revenue as the average consumer focussed one in total” Why are you still building consumer apps? Enterprise pays

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TweetDeck has been resurrected

Update of an earlier post with feedback straight from the source: The Twitter client is dead, long live the Twitter client | Abiro

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Google and robotics

I’ve earlier discussed intelligent toys and that there’s a lack of a provider of AI for computers and robots. It seems Google wants to be that provider and more. Boston Dynamics is in my opinion not the most important acquisition

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Nokia phone with Android!

I didn’t see that coming, especially as the deal with Microsoft is a done deal (no pun intended). It’s also long overdue, considering all other vendors are already using Android (except Apple of course). Even RIM, kind of. It seems

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Tech trends for 2014

Nothing altogether unexpected, but an attempt at a summary is… more widespread (worldwide) use of smartphones and tablets more services that are mobile-first more outsourcing to cloud services less PCs 2014’s Billion Dollar Tech Trends – Business Insider

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