Posts Tagged ‘smart phones’


Finding God In Our Smartphones

“Out of clutter, find simplicity. From discord, find harmony.” – Albert Einstein Smartphones have changed our world. Wearables will change our selves. Together, these amazing devices represent some of humankind’s greatest work, integrating the absolute … Continue reading

Brian S Hall / November 11th, 2013

Microsoft Buying Nokia A Great Move. But iPhone And iOS 7 Are Already Set To Remake Mobile Computing Once Again.

Do not be misled. Microsoft purchasing (the best of) Nokia — at firesale prices — is a brilliant move. Nokia + Skype + Bing + Office + Outlook + Nokia Maps + Nokia imaging. That is … Continue reading

Brian S Hall / September 3rd, 2013
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Who’s The Gorilla And 8 More Questions About the iPhone 5C

Question #1: Is The iPhone 5C coming? Sure looks that way. The rumors have grown so loud that they’ve become deafening. Let me put it this way: If the iPhone 5C is NOT announced on … Continue reading

John Kirk / August 22nd, 2013

Apple’s 4-Inch iPhone 5 vs. Android 4-Inch Plus Devices

Since June I have been using the Galaxy Nexus 4.65 inch screen smart phone. Upon switching to that device from the iPhone 4S, I was instantly taken by the screen size. It was clear that … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / September 24th, 2012

2012: The Year Google Fixes Android or Loses the War

The end of 2011 brought about some interesting market developments. Both Nielsen and NPD shared data that the once so dominant Android actually declined in market share over the holiday quarter of 2011. Both Nielsen … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / January 31st, 2012

Android Hardware Is Too Saturated For Its Own Good

The plethora of Android devices on the market was added to in a variety of ways today with news from IFA. My friend Evan Selleck asks a good question over at PhoneDog. Is the market … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / September 1st, 2011

Make Competitive Smart Phones or Get Out of the Market

We all know the world is moving from feature phones to smart phones. This is happening in some regions like the US and Europe faster but it is happening at a global level. The latest … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / July 29th, 2011

Android Is at A Critical Junction

I believe that the next six month’s will be the defining point in the future for Google’s Android platform. Whether this future is bright or gloomy will depend on the next six month’s. It seems … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / July 29th, 2011

The Post PC Era Will Happen in Two Stages

In much of my work providing industry analysis to many companies in the technology industry, I come across the question of what the post PC-era actually means quite often. As the technology industry shifts from … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / July 27th, 2011
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What is the future of the PC Industry?

As I perused the recent PC shipment numbers from last quarter and saw that they were rather anemic and with relatively slow growth forecast in the future, it became even more evident to me that … Continue reading

Tim Bajarin / July 22nd, 2011

Should the Media be Proclaiming RIM’s Death?

Over the past few weeks i’ve been reading a number of articles from the big media outlets all proclaiming the death of RIM. Most of these articles are pretty grim and their headlines say it … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / July 14th, 2011

Microsoft’s “Can’t Lose” Mobile Strategy

  Microsoft has been trying to recapture momentum in mobile after ceding the early market leadership it had 5-6 years ago due to its lack of adequate investment and resultant inability to stay competitive. And … Continue reading

Jack Gold / July 13th, 2011

China’s Real Role in Tech 

I have had the privilege of traveling to about 55 countries as part of my job over the last 30 years. And while I really enjoy Italy, France, Hong Kong, and Singapore, the one country … Continue reading

Tim Bajarin / July 12th, 2011

Will Low Radiation Phones Be A Selling Point In the Future?

There has been mounting media over the past few years around whether there is a link to cell phone radiation and a possible cancer risk. The latest WHO (World Health Organization) report that was recently … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / June 3rd, 2011