By Jason Busch on August 10, 2011
I remember that as a teenager and young professional in my twenties, Sony was the brand to buy (if you could afford it). Remember how good that yellow sports Walkman sounded and looked? Or how, for that matter, a large screen — 2…
By Jason Busch on May 9, 2011
It’s been a challenging few weeks for those dependent on the cloud, despite the continued stratospheric valuations of some companies embracing virtual deployment and network business models. Even though we’re not as likely to be i…
By Zoli Erdos on May 13, 2010
My new HTC Incredible phone has a 1Ghz Snapdragon processor in it. That’s faster than laptop computers were just a few years ago. That, and reading the US Air Force story (you have to wait for that a little longer…) reminded me of an interesting conversation with Zoho CEO Sridhar Vembu two years ago: Given [...]
By Jeff Nolan on April 3, 2010
I’ve already voiced my belief that the iPad will ultimately be a disappointment. It’s certain that Apple will sell millions of the devices to technophile early adopters but the prospects for the broader market are mixed and considering that Jobs has declared the iPad the “most important thing I’ve ever done” well I can’t help [...]
By Michael Coté on February 24, 2010
KLM & GMail, Macs at work, Austin VCs, a billion pounds of data.
By Brian Sommer on February 8, 2010
Maybe I’m the only person who’s not doing handstands re: the new iPad. It’s a slick device but is the market really there for it? Here are some points to ponder….
By James Governor on February 5, 2010
I read the Financial Times most days. Over the last 18 months or so the news has been mostly bad, so I have to say today’s tech digest made for very pleasant reading. You don’t need a sophisticated sentiment analysis engine to see a trend here…. Lenovo profiting from recovery Chinese PC maker Lenovo reports [...]
By Jason Busch on November 30, 2009
More and more earnings announcements these days are filled with references to operations- and procurement-led earnings improvement. Sony, the venerable Japanese electronics giant, is a perfect example. Earlier this fall Sony announced a quarter in wh…