Every day or so I read another blog post (or ranting comments) about how BlackBerry could be rehabilitated, or how Nokia could restart Maemo and build the ultimate smartphone again. Things came to a head after Jolla announced their first phone for sale. Surely this phone with an amazing user interface will vindicate the N9?! Amazing technology plus a killer UI? Marketshare is theirs for the taking!
Windows Phone isn't much of a threat to Android, but it represents the threat to Android's business model
It’s hard to imagine any operating system presenting a real threat to Android. It represents a vast majority of the smartphone market, and too many companies rely on it for that to change any time …
We’ll see how this plays out with Google’s value focused lineup and eventual counter from Samsung.
Pardon the fanboy coverage of Jolla, but it isn’t everyday that a new mobile os is launched. I really don’t want to spend $600+ for the Jolla phone with such low end specs.
Starting a new mobile phone company in todayâs competitive market could be seen as a suicidal business plan, but a new smartphone announced this week may have some features that make it appealing. …
HTC One pics from https://m.facebook.com/Fishuality?id=250901761703389&_rdr
Really good overview on how the commoditization of smartphones is enlarging access to billions more people
Smartphone maker holds a 57-per-cent market share among university and college students in South Africa, survey finds
It looks like aggressive pricing and value added services are going to be a key differentiator for emerging markets.