Below is Benedict Evans’ recent presentation to the limited partners at Andreessen Horowitz about not only how software is eating the world but how Mobile is making technology universal.
Once you move beyond design, competing smartphone platforms are more similar than different. If you step back and look at smartphone platforms like iPhones, Androids, Blackberries and Windows Phones, you’ll notice that while they have different designs, they all have
From his blog post, Björn Axéll walks through the improvements to Intune as a result of applying Cumulative Update 2 to System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2. Learn more at: http://blog.advisec.com/?p=694
Here’s a quick rundown of the iPhone 5C and 5S launch from my Twitter liveblog: Where Apple is leading: The 5S is running on a new, 64 bit A7 processor with a 64 bit version of iOS7. The 5S is
I was surprised to hear Todd Bishop over at GeekWire say the iPhone is the IBM of smartphones. I’m sure that’s the comparison Apple was looking for…
Here’s a quick look at the evolution of the iPhone UI over the years…
Just in case you haven’t noticed lately, the BYOD Juggernaut appears to be stumbling in the security department. It’s time to get your mobile enterprise house in order and containerize your apps to create islands of security on potentially insecure mobile devices.
Like the PC’s domination over Macs in decades past, low-cost devices for the masses will win the global smartphone war. It won’t even be close. Most of the world population has to buy their device first, without the luxury of
If you’re a student of beautiful, usable, minimalist user interface design, download Google Currents for iOS & Android to see what’s possible.
Since 90% of the world’s population has mobile network coverage, lets take a look at how they’re using it, where they’re using it, and what we should expect from the future…