In the lead: Samsung, LG, Apple, HTC Losing out: Nokia/Microsoft, RIM, Sony Ericsson, Motorola First Nokia, Now RIM- The Mighty Are Falling – Epicenter – Wired.com “RIM won’t disappear any time soon, of course. But one of big factors determining success may be out of its control: developer interest.” Samsung May Trounce Nokia Once And Read more about The state of the mobile phone industry[…]
An up-and-comer business model? I think so. Ars Technica’s OS X Lion review made $15,000 in 24 hours on the Kindle – TNW Media
Note how early Android Inc was acquired. The History of Android [INFOGRAPHIC] Andy Rubin was previously with Danger Inc, that made the (at least then) popular Hiptop/Sidekick.. Info about the acquisition of Android Inc: Google Buys Android for Its Mobile Arsenal
Modern mobile phones are full of sensors. Now Sony Ericsson adds barometric pressure sensing. Who will come up with a killer app for that? Get your apps to work with the Xperia™ active pressure sensor — Developer World
Well, this makes sense. Why Google wants your real name
A Bubble in Social-Media Stocks – Barrons.com “Some might argue fairly that social-networking companies haven’t reached bubble proportions, in part because social media represents an entirely new wave of innovation and commerce enabled by the existence of more than five billion Internet-enabled mobile devices.” “So, this isn’t a straight replay of the ’90s tech bubble, Read more about Further discussion about a possible new IT bubble[…]
Is It Too Late to Make a Social Gaming Hit- – Tricia Duryee – Commerce – AllThingsD I’d say a definite no to that. The field of more “grown-up” games like strategy, resource, casino etc games that can be massively multiplayer, and are often already web-based, would fit very well as Facebook/Google+ games with the Read more about More social game opportunities?[…]
So my “theory” about Zynga being a copy-cat wasn’t far off then. Zynga (Farmville, Empires and Allies CityVille) in trouble because of copyright (removed link: permanently redirected to scam sites) Interestingly close to Zynga’s IPO.
Prestigio PER 3052 is a cross-over media player / e-reader for a reasonable price. PER3052 eBook Readers Prestigio It supports the most popular e-book and media formats, including FLAC, and has 2 GB Flash as standard, that can be expanded.
It’s specifically about the Netduino Plus, and using it for Internet communication. It’s focused on practical use, and contains no exposé of what The Internet of Things is about. No one has the answer, and the field is open, so you are as qualified as anyone else to find out what to “internetize”. You get Read more about The first Netduino book[…]