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Consumers pass on smaller tablets to take advantage of offers for smartphones with bigger screens

On Monday, February 2, 2015, Tiernan Ray of Barrons reported on a research note published by Canalys. Ray’s article is titled Tablets Fall 12% in Q4, First-Ever Decline, Says Canalys; 7-Inch Models Cannibalized. Ray mentions this note claims “that shipments Read more ›

Consumers should not be expected to deliver repeat buying opportunities for mobile operating systems in process

Android may be the leader in the mobile operating system popularity contest, but it shouldn’t take rooting a tablet or smart phone to migrate from JellyBean to KitKat or, most recently, Lollipop. Nevertheless, the only process this writer can find 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 ›

When features reverberate from product to product, consumers are likely to become indifferent while markets take the on ramp to commodities

Over the last year, or more, the same computing hardware feature set — very thin portable computers with ultra sharp displays, light weight, and rapid boot times — has reverberated across devices from different manufacturers targeted to the same market. Read more ›

Android’s New Enterprise Features Aren’t Likely to Overtake Microsoft Office Anytime Soon

Sundar Pichai presented the latest innovations from Android targeted to enterprise IT and business consumers during this year’s I/O Developer conference. Samsung’s Knox is one of the two anchor tenants of this latest tech strip mall, with Quickoffice (ostensibly a Read more ›