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The Terrible Tablet Tantrum, Part 2

-+*Yesterday, in The Terrible Tablet Tantrum, Part 1, I raged at the notion that tablets were dead and enumerated facts that refuted that erroneous contention. Today, I take a deep dive into the two philosophical...

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John Kirk / June 1st, 2014
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The Simple Shocking Failures of Microsoft Google Facebook Apple And Silicon Valley

-+*Silicon Valley companies love to remind us they are on a mission to change the world. Perhaps, although I confess I’m slightly suspicious given their obvious relentless pursuit of funding, acquisitions, getting acquired, going public, … Continue reading

Brian S Hall / October 22nd, 2013
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Why Internet Sales Taxes Are Inevitable

-+*Later today, the U.S. Senate will consider, and probably pass, a bill that allows states to collect sales taxes on online purchases shipped from other states. Though its fate in the rabidly anti-tax House is … Continue reading

Steve Wildstrom / April 25th, 2013

The School Standards Debate: Time for Tech To Weigh In

-+*  Tech people are very fond of whining about the U.S. educational system, complaining that it is not producing the sort of workers they need. With a few notable exceptions–Bill and Melinda Gates and Dean … Continue reading

Steve Wildstrom / April 10th, 2013
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Dear Industry: Focus on Profit Share Not Market Share

-+*The interest in the tech media world around market share is fascinating. Each quarter reports come out, for the quarter only, pointing out different vendor and software platform market share for things like tablets and … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / May 4th, 2012
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Dear Industry: History Will Not Repeat Itself

-+*I have noticed an interesting thread of conversation both with some industry folks as well as in the media. That thread is around the assumption that the technology industry will repeat itself and a dominant … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / November 4th, 2011
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Dear Industry: We Owe Steve Jobs a Standing Ovation

-+*Last night we learned of the passing of Steve Jobs, one of the most visionary and innovative leaders this industry has ever and perhaps will ever see. Because of all that Steve Jobs has meant … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / October 6th, 2011
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Dear Industry: Dare to Differentiate

-+*Why should I (or anyone) buy your product or service over another? This is one of the most important questions any company in business should be asking. Right now it seems in the consumer and … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / September 23rd, 2011
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Dear Industry: The Series Introduction

-+*Tech.pinions exists to be a valuable resource for the technology industry. Editors, authors, and contributors to Tech.pinions are all professionals from within the technology industry. Most of our writers are professional analysts whose life work … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / September 19th, 2011