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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.

March 11, 2014 by

Why does Apple suck at keyboards?

Apple revolutionized the on-screen keyboard in 2007 but it hasn't changed much since then. Except for a few minor tweaks, iOS 7.1 has the same seven-year-old keyboard. Here's what Apple needs to change.

February 8, 2013 by

BlackBerry, Nokia: Recovering or collapsing? By the numbers

Nine months on, the two former phone and smartphone behemoths are still holding on to the smartphone cliff, hoping not to fall into the mobile market tar pits. What's changed, and can the two still survive? From what we've seen, only one company can—but not because of the other.

December 2, 2012 by

Is Android the new Windows?

Google's operating system is installed on almost three quarters of all mobile devices sold, and these devices are now outselling PCs. But is market dominance where the similarities end?


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