This morning, my iPhone suddenly got warm in my pants pocket. 20 minutes later, its battery had drained 10% in 20 minutes. What caused it?
There’s a new technology that can slash your video size by up to half without sacrificing quality and resolution. How do you switch to this new technology?
Google prides itself of being a disruptive force that causes the rise and fall of businesses and industries. But on September 16 2015, it will remembered as the watershed moment when Google the disrupter became the disrupted.
One day, the smartphone in your pocket will also be the brain of the computer on your desk. Apple may have a plan to make this vision a reality. Recently, Canonical failed to meet its funding goal of $32 million for a project to make a futuristic smartphone called the Ubuntu Edge. The Ubuntu Edge […]
If you are in the business of selling content, which types of users (Apple iBookStorere, Amazon Kindle or Google Play) should you target? Recently, the WSJ reported that Orbitz found that Apple Macs users tend to spend more on hotels. So it showed them different, and sometimes costlier, travel options. This generated a lot of […]
No doubt, Apple’s iPad tablet computer is a roaring success. But it is also essentially a half-baked computer. Why and how did it succeed? I’ll answer this question today and the answer will have particular relevance to another very highly popular Internet Business strategy question: Should you create a mobile website or a smartphone app […]
As I mentioned before in “7 Secrets of Tomorrow’s Highly Successful Internet Businesses”, Google is on a war-path against junk content on the Internet. Their plan is to promote high quality content on the Internet and reward those who consistently create them. The end-result is to provide a great experience for everyone who uses the […]
This article is an excerpt from my book titled, The Google Trap- How Internet Aggregators Enrich the 1%, Impoverish Creative People and Threaten to Decimate the Middle-Class. It is easy to understand how Amazon and Apple make money. They sell books, computers, software, apps, electronic gadgets, consumer goods, electronic books, music, video, and so on. For Amazon, another […]