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May 1, 2015 by

Innovation through the looking glass

Most companies have to innovate continuously just to maintain their competitiveness. Disruptive innovation in search of new product categories requires extra effort and carries more risk, but can deliver greater rewards if managed properly.

December 30, 2013 by

Can Apple teach China about quality?

The doom and gloom about Apple's future contimues. The party line goes that Cupertino must repent of its ways and make a New Year's resolution to produce cheaper and cheaper systems. How else can it really succeed?

November 21, 2012 by

Mobile tech I am thankful for

This time of the year in the US thoughts turn to the people and things we are thankful for impacting our lives. This is the tech I am most thankful has appeared.

October 23, 2012 by

iPad mini: A bad apple in the enterprise space

Apple's latest creation, the iPad mini, just isn't designed for the enterprise. With Amazon making a loss and Google barely breaking even on their tablets, Apple just wants to make money, and offering a sub-$300 device for the enterprise simply wouldn't work.

September 22, 2012 by

The innocence of Android fans

For over two years I was seduced by the tremendous potential of Google's Open Source mobile operating system. Until I finally realized many of Android's redeeming features were perverted by the lies of false prophets.


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