Originally Posted by melgross
While 25,000 phones isn't important by itself, it's indicative of the way things are going. Blackberry sold over 20 million phones a year a year ago. If Apple gets two thirds of that business,...
Originally Posted by TBell
Actually it is big news because lots of people use what ever phone their employer provides them. If now they have an iPhone, that is another iPhone seen in the wild at an...
Originally Posted by Gustav
Solution in search of problem.
sometimes innovation is that.
Post-It Note Glue found a problem... (the original purpose was to find a 'permanent' non-toxic adhesive.)
Originally Posted by Esoom
My employer just announced the iPhone is now the official phone, another 25,000 iPhones sold.
25,000 iphones... that's a smidge over 90 minutes of total iPhone sales (Last quarter,...
Gartner also feels Windows Phone will be the Number 2 smartphone by 2015, and continues to tout its amazing market growth.
I just don't trust their numbers, given that most of their research is polling their paying CTO Members (who for...
Originally Posted by Adrayven
To all those saying no 109%.. thats not how the market usually looks at it. They generally assume each competitor with a % of market profits.. when you have dominating competitors, and losses...
Originally Posted by Inkling
I wonder if gadget fatigue will soon set in. I recently consolidated the two iPhones I was carrying into one and found it delightful. One less device to worry about. This iWatch will mean yet...
Originally Posted by saarek
If they'd just release an App Store so that local content providers like the BBC could get on the ATV they'd own the segment overnight.
No idea what's taking them so damn long to do something...