Tag: mobile ecosystems

There is some really heated debate over the future of the web at the moment. From Sergy Brins latest warning on the rise of facebook and mobile apps, to the continuing battle over whether the cross platform, standards based nature of HTML5 will win out over the seemingly more costly but slick experience of the […]

Last week saw the iPads second birthday. With the third generation iPad 3 expected later this year and with Apples latest profit announcement, coupled with a corporate vision to see it become the defacto ‘standard’ for schools and colleges, it is hard to see its dominance being curtailed any time soon. This should be a […]

Ecosystems. We’ve talked about them before. A good ecosystem is mature. It takes time to build. And it’s kind of self perpetuating. It has this buy-in power that makes you want to spend more time and money living inside of it. It has tenticles. When Apple made the iPod, and iTunes with it, it planted […]

Each mobile OS has its strengths and weaknesses. Sometimes, when choosing which platform or platforms to address it helps to know a little bit about what they are. We’ve talked a fair bit about iOS and Windows Phone already, so this week we’ll take a look at Android. Android is Google’s mobile operating system for […]

It is becoming increasingly obvious that the reign of the PC is over. For the last decade the PC has been considered as the digital hub of our digital life. It was like the sun, in the solar system of our connected devices. Well, if Apple are on the ball (and they usually are) then […]