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Seamless access to all other personally important apps should be a mandatory feature of any high value personal assistant app

The differences I’ve noted between Microsoft’s Cortana, and Google’s competitive Google Now and OK Google, which I cited in the prior two posts to this blog and are important for me, are emblematic of my need for a Personal Assistant Read more ›

Any meaningful feature gap between high end and low end smartphones has been obliterated

Consumer markets for smartphones no longer present any gap, whatsoever, between high end and low end entrants as regard high value features. With this gap obliterated, industry players will do well to implement product marketing strategies with a proven effectiveness Read more ›

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus consumers are not likely to maintain an insatiable appetite for these devices

On Thursday, September 25, 2014, Barrons ran an article by Tiernan Ray. This short piece, Apple: ‘Bendgate’ Irrational, Says Cantor; Apple Comments via CNBC, which was included in Ray’s Tech Trader daily feature amounted to a quote from an analyst Read more ›

Global Smart Phone Market, at the Low End Trumps the High End for the US, Western Europe and Japan

On Friday, September 19, 2014, Curt Prins (a mobile strategist) posted his thoughts, which were distributed by LinkedIn, on the comparative impact of the launch of the Android One, in India to Apple’s recent, highly publicized debut of the iPhone Read more ›

Can a set of entirely positive market comments endanger the revenue stream health of a tech hardware business?

Apple’s September 9, 2014 new products debut has magnetized an almost entirely positive set of market comments. But can such a set of editorial content actually work against Apple? The lopsided set of positive, almost glowing market commentary about the Read more ›