Anyway, here’s the darkhorse candidate from RIM (Research in Motion), the Blackberry company. I have to say it is really impressive, at least in terms of “completeness of vision.” (my favorite criteria from all the Gartner industry analysis reports.) RIM’s”Playbook” Tablet is really nice looking and will appeal to the corporate market plus plus.
Not that the folks who run Kenyon College need any more reasons for students to consider spending a lot of money and four glorious years in Gambier OH, but I recently discovered something there that I thought had become extinct: the ability to have an unplanned discussion. While I love mobile phones and app phones for Read more about Serendipity Found – on the college campus[…]
Mobile is the future. In many ways it is a whole new playing field for marketers – and those who are willing to lead will be richly rewarded.
Three are a number of scenarios that are being discussed these days about the Motorola Droid, Android and the Google NexusOne phone and what they mean for the future of mobile applications. Before I give my opinion on who will win, I want to take a moment to talk about why the mobile app platform Read more about App Phones – Who will win?[…]