- Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization Infrastructure
- Bickel Blog: PaaS and ADHD
"Sure, it is taking time for the example Heroku set in the Ruby marketplace to be understood by the enterprise and Java folks, but the wake-up call has happened. It is clear that PaaS will displace App Servers and infrastructure virtualization needs for at least web apps over time."
- Picking A Mobile Support Strategy For Your Website
- 2010 mobile browser stats
"This entry gives the stats for December 2010, Q4 2010, and all of 2010, and compares them to November, Q3, and 2009."
- 5 Years Later: OpenAJAX Who?
- State of global_mobile_industry_1_h_2011_chetan_sharma_consulting
- Android users buy the iPad over Google-powered tablets
"The firm speculates that the high price points for tablet apps will likely lock these users into Apple’s iOS ecosystem."
- Woods+ (Ftrain.com)
- The Post-PC era will be a multi-platform era
"The post-PC era is characterized by an explosion of ideas and application of new talent to software. It’s an era of immediate gratification and painless, one click distribution. App production is a cottage industry not something entrusted to only a few experts or those who can raise venture capital. It allows the small to distribute widely and get a shot at stardom. It has been (thankfully) avoided by enterprise buyers. The result is an explosion of apps: well over half a million new apps have been built in three years on three platforms that did not exist three years ago."
- IBM Watson to replace salespeople and cold-calling telemarketers?
- Samsung Electronics Second-Quarter Profit Drops on LCD Slump
“Only the phone business is holding up,” Kim Sung In, a Seoul-based analyst at Kiwoom Securities Co. said by telephone before today’s announcement. “Everything else is looking bad. There’s no bright picture for the company looking ahead.”
- Women Should Ask Directly for Workplace Needs
This kind of advice, really, applies to both genders.
- HP’s Tortured WebOS Positioning
- Is VMware vCloud Express in trouble?
- Ubiquitous ‘tiny belly’ online ad part of scheme, government says
- Why Google And Android Must Deal With The Mobile Protection Racket
"without the patents, Google and its Android partners are back to square one, besieged on all sides by deep-pocketed and well-patented competitors who want a piece of its success for their own." Also a nice mobile state of affairs summary.
- Chromebook Concerns for Businesses
- Latest Android Stats: More Using Version From 2009 Than Using Tablets
- Horace Dediu
Check out what mobile-market data monger @asymco uses. Lots of displays! Numbers!
- Forbes calls Austin America’s No. 1 "boom town"
- The good, the bad, and the ugly of Google Plus
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