By Susan Scrupski on February 12, 2013
Enterprise platform startup Opal Labs wants to make Enterprise work more like a consumer experience. The Portland-based startup launched officially in October 2012. The founders had previously founded a digital agency, We the Media, where they served very large Enterprise clients. The exposure to Enterprise enabled the team to work closely with a flagship customer to […]
By Jeff Nolan on August 20, 2011
I was reading up on some of the commentary surrounding Amazon’s release of an HTML5 reader, one of the best comes from Constellation’s Charles Brett: Amazon’s announcement of its Kindle Cloud Reader, based around HTML 5, is a wonder of irony. Apple has successfully been taking 30% of purchases made via anything bought through an […]
By James Governor on January 21, 2011
I was at Connect before Christmas, the annual Software Group meetup for industry analysts that follow IBM. See some coverage here by Coté. IBM’s Software portfolio is insanely big these days, so its hard to know where to start. But some interesting things are afoot. As Cote says: “When it comes to pulling in innovation […]
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By James Governor on November 24, 2010
Tweet If you have followed RedMonk for any time you’ll know that we are strong advocates for open source and open standards. Open ecosystems create more economic and innovation opportunities than closed systems. So far, so Adam Smith. Well over the last couple of years two companies in particular have challenged some of our basic [...]
By Phil Wainewright on November 8, 2010
Forgive the pun, but Rockmelt and Seesmic are both omens of a tectonic shift that will shake up today’s browsers and replace them with a new generation. But what will that new generation look like?
By Michael Coté on August 30, 2010
There’s an HTML5 killing Flash scab that keeps getting pulled off, every 1-2 months or so. In the most recent round, as I often do, I answered several question from a reporter (Howard Win in Computerworld) on the topic. The resulting story was pretty comprehensive and interesting. Here’s the questions (from Howard), and my full […]
By Bob Warfield on August 13, 2010
Apparently, mobile users prefer apps over the web. At least that’s Gowalla CEO Josh Williams’ view: “People love apps, but it drives a stake in the heart of the build-once-deploy-everywhere model, and makes the market really fragmented.” I’m not surprised. Heck, I prefer apps too. But the irony is that Apple has but a bullet […]
By Bob Warfield on June 21, 2010
Dear Adobe: Apple has started the anti-Flash/Flex snowball rolling, and it is getting steadily bigger. It’s a perfect storm, because they’ve got the platforms that are perfectly suited to Flash, their platforms are wildly popular, and your faithful audience desperately wants to be there. But that’s not all. They didn’t just prohibit Flash, they have called […]
By Dennis Moore on May 11, 2010
Wondering why Steve Jobs and Apple are blocking Adobe Flash from your iPhone, iPod, and iPad (despite the fact that you own the device and should be allowed to make up your own mind)? Here’s a “Top Ten” list examining possible answers.
By James Governor on April 29, 2010
When I saw a tweet last night about HP agreeing to acquire Palm I immediately began spinning up scenarios. After about five minutes trying to work out some holes in the idea I was surprised by just how good the fit potentially is, even in areas that might at first glance be a problem.
HP has [...]