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I Was Wrong

Maybe that’s too strong a statement. Perhaps I was merely incorrect, or misinformed…no, I was wrong.

In a prior post, I stated that there were tremendous differences in how my daughter (and her peers) use their mobile devices and how people like me (who are old enough to be their parents) use our mobile devices. 74 more words

Marketing Craftsman

Tipping with Social Media

I just returned from vacation in Alaska and of all places, the concept of social media has caught on, at least with respect to tourist attractions. 159 more words

Mobile Computing

LG’s flexible and transparent OLED displays are the beginning of the e-paper revolution

In 2012 it was a flexible e-ink display. In 2013 it was the slightly flexible OLED display used in the G Flex smartphone. And now in 2014 LG has produced a massive, 18-inch OLED display that can be rolled up into a tight cylinder with a radius of just 3 centimeters (1.2 inches). 66 more words


Microsoft shakes things up yet again, will now focus on mobile and cloud – not devices and services

Microsoft’s new CEO, just 12 months after Steve Ballmer declared that Microsoft was a “devices and services” company, is changing the behemoth’s course yet again. Starting from fiscal year (FY) 2015 — i.e. 55 more words


Panel tackles how to make mobile devices as secure as they are indispensable

As smartphones have become de rigueur in the global digital economy, users want them to do more work, and businesses want them to be more productive for their employees — as well as powerful added channels to consumers. 5,145 more words

Dana Gardner

Mobile Technology Challenge

Thanks to recent innovations in the mobile device industry, demand for mobile
applications has soared. In fact, consumers have already downloaded billions of
applications for mobile devices, and industry reports point to ongoing rapid growth… 179 more words


China's SMIC and Qualcomm 28-nm Deal

The collaboration between China’s SMIC and Qualcomm to manufacture 28-nm wafers in China is a big win for the Chinese foundry. Qualcomm is offering support to SMIC so that it could manufacture Snapdragon processors on 28-nm nodes. 148 more words

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