When Techcrunch is publishing this type of analysis, you can easily discern that — despite the billions in revenue — there’s something rotten in the State of Denmark HQ at Cupertino. Have a read… Techcrunch – Design, and Insecurity is back at Apple.
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I’ve regularly discussed the role of the media in the growth and development of the mobile world. I often quote and display screenshots of examples highlighting just how (unwittingly) influential the media, particularly the tech blogosphere, can be when it comes to supporting one ecosystem or the other. A few years back Nokia more or […]
I have to say I’m pretty impressed with Techcrunch of late. They’ve been running some smart editorials and the one published yesterday by Paul Stamatiou (Co-Founder of Picplum) serves as an excellent reminder for startups everywhere, especially first time entrepreneurs. Paul’s message? Stop f*cking about. It’s not tongue-in-cheek. He’s serious and he sets out some […]
A positive note from the chaps over at TechCrunch on Nokia — along the lines of my piece last week. As bad as Nokia’s financials look right now – a $4 billion drop in sales won’t make anyone’s day – don’t consider the Windows Phone move a failure just yet. They’ve done what many phone […]
There’s a wee bit of a storm kicking off over at TechCrunch today because of comments from a source. First the introduction: It’s generally accepted that, on the aggregate, Android device sales will far outpace iOS sales year after year. However, there’s a dirty little secret about Android devices that most manufacturers are facing the […]
To everyone I met at yesterday’s TechCrunch GeeknRolla event, hello! And thank you everyone for taking the time to listen to my presentation. Here is the Slideshare: Ewan's Presentation for TechCrunch's GeeknRolla View more presentations from Mobile Industry Review. I’ll aim to write-up my experience shortly. (In summary: Fantastic). Thank you Patrick Smith of TechCrunch […]
Did you hear about this? I saw the Tweet yesterday and was a little surprised. Michael writes: Yesterday as I was leaving the DLD Conference in Munich, Germany someone walked up to me and quite deliberately spat in my face. Before I even understood what was happening, they veered off into the crowd, just another […]