Category: Business

WWDC 2017 Wish List

Tomorrow, Apple will host their annual World Wide Developers Conference. Only Tim Cook knows for sure what they’ll announce, but I’ve got a long wishlist. Here’s what I’d like to see: Siri Speaker This is the hot one getting the

WWDC 2015 Predictions

We’re only a week away from WWDC, so it’s time to speculate on what we’ll see: Apple Watch – This one is a no-brainer.  Expect the Apple Watch to be the star of WWDC 2015.  We already know that Apple

Analyst Baffled by Quality

Mac sales success “defies the laws of economics” The only explanation that we see is the now-mythical halo effect. […] we view the Mac’s success as the rare instance where sales increased in the face of rising prices. That pull

Samsung paying for favorable product reviews

Samsung payola in action The close relationship between Android licensees like Samsung and journalists covering the consumer electronics industry has grown increasingly sketchy. During this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, non [sic] other than the Associated Press inked

PC Makers are looking past Windows

Nearly All Of Microsoft’s PC Partners Now Offer Google Chromebooks To recap, that’s Dell, HP, Acer, Samsung, Lenovo, Acer, and Toshiba selling Chromebooks with some vendors, like HP, offering multiple models. Remember when Microsoft ruled the computer industry with an

The iPhone’s Place in the Fortune 500

The iPhone Is a Bigger Business Than Coca-Cola and McDonald’s Combined iPhone sales in the last year exceed all revenue to Microsoft, Amazon, Comcast, or Google. The iPhone alone outsells Coca-Cola and McDonald’s, perhaps the world’s two most famous brands,

Pinterest is a Social Juggernaut

Pinterest May Be Bigger Than You Think A late 2012 survey released Thursday by the Pew Research Center revealed that 67 percent of American Internet users are on Facebook, 16 percent are on Twitter and 15 percent are on Pinterest.

American Airlines New Logo

American Airlines introduces a bold new logo.

Intel getting out of the PC business?

Intel starts killing off its own PC business Intel has taken the first steps toward dissolving its PC motherboard production. If all goes according to plan, the entire division will be nonexistent by 2016. If anyone still thinks that tablets

Forbes Crushes Microsoft

Sell Microsoft NOW! Ballmer has committed to fight to the death in his effort to defend & extend Windows. So expect death… Adam Hartung paints a dire picture of decreasing sales, increasing competition and poor leadership. If customers and investors