Microsoft New Zealand chief marketing and operations officer Frazer Scott was a great person to interview for this week’s Microsoft after the iPhone for the NZ Herald. Continue reading
When Steve Jobs took the wraps off Apple’s first iPad, he showed a new class of device. The iPad was neither a new type of PC nor was it a giant smartphone. The iPad opened new territory. Continue reading
Apple’s Q3 2014 result showed iPad sales dropped nine percent year-on-year while Mac sales were up by 18 percent. Continue reading
This has been a big year for iPad word processing. In March Microsoft delivered an iOS version of Word. April saw Apple update the iPad version of its Pages word processor and give the app away with new tablets. Continue reading
Before Microsoft delivered an iPad version of Word my cross-device writing tool of choice was Information Architect’s iA Writer. Continue reading
Adam Tinworth says magazine publishers failed with the iPad because they focused on protecting business models, not delivering a better reader experience. iPad Magazines: a predictable publisher road-crash.