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Huawei’s Doubts Highlight Tizen’s Chicken-and-Egg Problem

by on August 28th, 2014

Huawei’s Richard Yu has recently branded Tizen as having ‘no future’, leaving the platform without one of its key partners in the bid to challenge Android and iOS dominance in the mobile operating system space. The Chinese phone vendor joins a raft of manufacturers voicing doubts about the future of the platform. It’s possible they […]


Stream Dream – Where the Digital Music Industry is heading

by on August 21st, 2014

The music industry has gone through radical changes over the past decade. The launch of the first line of the iPod by Apple in October 2001 revolutionised how music is consumed today. The pace of innovation, the number of new technologies and businesses have been growing fast. We have seen the emergence of iTunes Store, […]


Touch ID the missing link for carrier billing?

by on June 6th, 2014

One of the main stories of this week – one picked up on by Steffen Sorrell of this parish in his most recent blog – was the slew of announcements at Apple’s WWDC. To my mind, the most interesting development here concerned the Touch ID API. Now, Apple is by no means the only player […]


App Stores Finally Take Note, & Improve App Search & Discovery

by on March 27th, 2014

Last September, I wrote a blog post about changes which Apple made to its app search and discovery algorithm, where it not only incorporated the number of downloads into its rankings but also the rating of an app. Apple’s change last September was small, and app search/discovery remains a key challenge for developers and users […]


Uber: Mobile Redefines the Market for Taxis

by on March 11th, 2014

Start-up Uber has been not-so-quietly redefining the market for taxis since its inception in 2009, and has spurred a number of similar companies – most notably Lyft and Sidecar – to success as well. The premise of San Francisco-based Uber is straightforward: after downloading the app, users simply request a ride and the nearest Uber […]


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