Opinion: Google's Nexus 7 makes the case for a smaller iPad
Google's Nexus 7, a 7-inch Android tablet, has received positive reviews as the first really good Android tablet. But Dan Frakes thinks the Nexus 7's bigger claim to fame may be that it's setting the stage for an "iPad mini."
How Apple Killed the Linux Desktop and Why That Doesn't Matter | Wired Enterprise
It's hard to say exactly what percentage of desktop and laptop computers run Apple OSX, but it's clear that the operating system has made slow but steady gains at chipping away at Microsoft's lead. Some figures put the number at about 6-7% of the desktop market. Linux may have seen a surge last year, but it still hasn't seen the sort of growth OSX has, nor the growth that Linux supporters have long hoped for
Why don’t successful people and organizations automatically become very successful? One important explanation is due to what I call “the clarity paradox,” which can be summed up in four predictable phases: Phase 1: When we really have clarity of purpose, it leads to success. Phase 2: When we have success, it leads to more options […]
Most users on the web spend most of their time in apps. The most popular of those apps, like Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Tumblr and others, are primarily focused on a single, simple stream that offers a river of news which users can easily scroll through, skim over, and click on
The implosion of the Newt Gingrich presidential campaign—the first implosion, before the weird resurrection and inevitable second implosion—came because he used four words: right-wing social engineering. He used the phrase, last May, to describ [...]
My brilliant friend Caterina Fake wrote about the Fear of Missing Out last year, and the FOMO meme took instant hold amongst those of us who love the digital life. We’re keenly aware that our constant connection to those who are doing things that are exciting, engaging or novel