Apple and the rule of large numbers →
Passing Exxon Mobile and becoming the world’s biggest company (market capitalization), can Apple maintain its staggering growth rate? Very interesting read of what the future holds for Apple.
RIM - What Happened →
The story of Blackberry manufacturer, Research In Motion, by The Verge. Link: http://www.theverge.com/2012/2/21/2789676/rim-blackberry-mike-lazaridis-jim-balsillie-lost-empire
Social Analytics In The Enterprise (presentation) →
by Alan Lepofsky.
My daughter got this in the mail!” he said. “She’s still in high school, and...– How Target Figured Out A Teen Girl Was Pregnant Before Her Father Did - Forbes
Apple sold more iOS devices in 2011 than all the... →
parislemon: Title by Horace Dediu says it all. With that in mind, the fact that OS X is becoming more iOS-like rather than the other way around should surprise absolutely no one.
Think Apple should add a ‘Clear badges’ button that will remove all badge icons, expect those of the pinned apps at the bottom.
Jon Stewart interviews Ricky Gervais, special Valentine’s Day guest. Started decent, but quickly turned into ‘the complexities of consensual interspecies sex…’ Hilarious!! via Olivier Amar.
Robin Wauters: Damn, I Wish He Were Joining... →
Robin is rejoining TheNextWeb as the European Editor.
Get over yourselves, go back to writing about... →
Hillel is asking the tech bloggers to take the Path drama in perspective, and MOVE ON! Writing/reading about the personal battles and ego wars taking place between MG, Arrington, NYTimes, others isn’t news. It’s called paparazzi.
Content Everywhere, But Not A Drop To Drink
parislemon: This morning, I woke up and read Nick Bilton’s weekly New York Times’ column. Nick is a friend and one of the best bloggers/writers/journalists out there. But with today’s column, he was way off base. Having already said what I wanted to say about the Path situation, I debated if I should weigh in again. Then I read Nick’s column again. There’s a way to say what he wants to say,...
‘The Bourne Legacy’ Teaser Trailer →
parislemon: The new Bourne film looks like it could be good. The first three were all great, but all had Matt Damon as the base. They’re moving to Jeremy Renner now, but smartly keeping several other elements intact — namely Joan Allen, Albert Finney, David Strathairn, and Scott Glenn. And Renner isn’t Jason Bourne, he’s another agent from Bourne’s program. The tagline of the film plays this...
Apple iTunes - RSS Generator →
Nice! An RSS generator that gives you App Store rankings for any country/category. Also good for Music, Books, Podcasts - in short, anything Apple :-) via Roi Tiger.
Chrome For Android: The Browser For The 1% →
Can’t wait to test this one out first hand..
Super Bowl XLVI: Mobile, Manning and Madonna →
Nice infographic Google :-)
My top 5 ads of Super Bowl XLVI
Just embeds on this one, enjoy! 1. Honda CR-V with Metthew Broderick [12m views]. 2. Best Buy - Phone Innovators [58k views <— way under rated!]. 3. Acura NSX - Transactions [15m views]. 4. VW - The Dog Strikes Back [5m views] - I liked the teaser better, not to mention last year’s The Force. Don’t forget to watch The Making Of The Dog Strikes Back. 5. Teaser: KIA...
Facebook’s Monster IPO: 10 Interesting Stats →
The stats (via Ben Parr) Zynga accounts for 12% of Facebook’s revenue. Facebook needs Zynga just as much as Zynga needs Facebook. Zuckerberg owns a WHOPPING 533,801,850 shares — that’s 28.2% of the company. And because he controls 30.6% of the voting shares via proxy, he has full control over decisions. The next biggest shareholders: Accel Partners (11.4%), co-founder Dustin Moskovitz (7.6%),...
Influencing the Influencers, by Mike Maney (@mr_spinmd) (via Influencing the Influencers)
15 essential tools every lean startup can't live... →