One of the best tech writers I know is Dan Lyons also known for his Fake Steve Jobs column that over the years that comically portrayed Steve Jobs blogging about his views of life and … Continue reading
If you were at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco last week, you probably heard Pandora Founder Tim Westergren share that SEVENTY PERCENT of their usage is through mobile venues. Yes. 70%. And having created a super-successful digital space for themselves, Pandora doesn’t see Spotify, iTunes, or any other competition eating their lunch any time soon.
This week’s “Fireside Chat” with Kelli Richards was with the Iconic ’80s electronic music and MTV pioneer,Thomas Dolby. Best known for his hit, “She Blinded Me with Science,” Thomas Dolby is much more than a recording artist, he’s also a Producer and the Music Director for TED. In fact, he’s STILL leading the tech revolution with his interactive game, Floating City, which reacts to player contributions, eventually granting access to Thomas’ newest music.
Research firm Strategy Analystics got some attention with a report that showed Android accounted for 27% of the tablet market in the quarter ended Sept. 30. The report raised a lot of eyebrows.Kevin C. Tofel … Continue reading
Ever since Nokia made the decision to partner with Microsoft and standardize on Windows Phone software to drive Nokia hardware, I have become more optimistic on Nokia’s future. Enough so that I felt compelled to … Continue reading
This site doesn’t usually cover politics and I promise we won’t make a habit of it. But in a previous life, I used to write about tax policy and I still follow the topic closely. … Continue reading
One of the smartest people covering our industry is Mary Meeker, formerly of Morgan Stanley and currently with VC giant Kleiner Perkins. This week she gave a major presentation at the Web 2.0 summit and … Continue reading