By Chris Selland on February 28, 2011
I try not to get too political on this blog, though if you follow me on Twitter where I tend to be a bit less reserved, you know I’m just a wee bit skeptical on this ’deflation’ thing. But after checking out today’s deal on Woot, I can see why Microsoft ($MSFT) and Hewlett-Packard ($HPQ) might […]
By Chris Selland on March 25, 2010
Quick thoughts on the $GOOG Nexus One after using it for a week
By Chris Selland on March 7, 2010
What does the Flash vs. HTML5 debate – over the future of web video – mean to Adobe’s future?
By Chris Selland on February 21, 2010
Tech is poised for growth in 2010 but it’s increasingly looking like a much better year for the well-established and well-respected tech companies, and a challenging environment for the second-tire companies.
By Chris Selland on January 29, 2010
Image by Getty Images via Daylife First I should get my opinion on the $AAPL iPad out of the way. Yes, I want one – but I will probably get rid of my iPhone if I do. Lack of multitasking and a keyboard drives me nuts. I want a $GOOG Android phone. iPad is cool media […]
By Chris Selland on December 22, 2009
This is by no means a comprehensive list – it’s admittedly biased toward the tech sectors I follow most closely (software and wireless) – but here are a few companies I’ll be keeping an eye on as we move into the new year – some as short-term opportunities, others with a longer time horizon. If, [...]
By Chris Selland on December 15, 2009
Image by louisvolant via Flickr I was initially skeptical this morning on MKM’s buy call on $PALM, but thinking it through the scenario is at least interesting. While the Sprint-only ($S) Pre has had a very tough time competing with the iPhone and other high-end smartphones, the newer and lower-end Pixi is being heavily promoted […]