Market share figures can look impressive. There are times when market share matters in technology. Other times market share is a red herring. It stops observers from thinking properly. Continue reading
Google, Apple and Microsoft all have decent mobile operating systems.
Last year I spent a week working exclusively with each. My conclusion is you won’t go far wrong with any of them. All three cover the basics adequately. None of them is perfect and none has a fatal flaw. Each has pluses and minuses. Continue reading
Android got big in the first place because Google got out of the way and let phone hardware makers do their own thing.
This gives Google a brand problem. Continue reading
Users will change their habits when the pain of their current situation is greater than their perceived pain of adopting a possible solution.
Pip Coburn — The Change Function.