By severing the tie with LinkedIn. http://allthingsd.com/20120629/twitter-cuts-off-linkedin-whos-next/ More is surely to come, as Twitter wants to be in control of its presence and pull in users to its own apps to secure increased ad revenue.
Was I right about my predicitions? Well, maybe not that Linux would have become important for PCs yet, but it’s taken over almost everywhere else. That Nokia, RIM and Microsoft are in trouble mobile-wise is a fact, etc. 2011, a game-changing year – Abiro
About the tremendous success of the iPhone and its equally disruptive ecosystem. They forgot to mention how Apple changed how operators are handled (as pure sales channels / communication providers). The iPhone Is 5 Years Old – Business Insider More on this from me: On Steve Jobs and disruptive change – Abiro
BabbleBox is an app that makes it easy to speak instead of type Facebook (status updates and checkins) and Twitter messages (tweets). That’s all it does, so it’s not as advanced as some competitors, but it’s also considerably easier to use due to that fact. We used the speech recognition and speech synthesis available in Read more about BabbleBox, the word is out[…]