Major brands tend to turn to Apple more than Google but behind that simple fact are some interesting developments in the use of apps in the smartphone and luxury brand sectors. Like, who is really using apps as a core strategy?
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Google Glass is an experiment in more ways than one – a product that is an extension of existing heads-up displays but more interestingly an experiment into how big companies can crowdsource and crowd-market new products. Kudos Google, if it works.
Samsung is on the road to new peripheral products, this time a Google Glass look-a-like. But while Google looks the most obvious target, might it also be taking aim at a company that has yet to step onto many people’s radar in consumer goods.
These are fascinating times at Apple as the Cupertino company takes on its second heavyweight executive from the world of high fashion. Meanwhile Samsung continues to crank out new . What’s going on?
The decline of the Blackberry is also a lesson in what the more durable companies are doing better. It is not just about avoiding disruption. The new rule of business lies in multiple strategic options and very few companies have so far realized it.
Apple vs Samsung is one of the great industrial battles of all time. What can we learn from their different strategies and their evolving styles of management?
America’s best known and long-lived tech companies are in search of a renaissance. Intel thinks it can find one in a suite of products that take it into the consumer space via TV and wearable. Will in invigorate or confuse management?
When iTunes Radio launched, all eyes were on Pandora but that might not be what Apple’s new services will disrupt. The effect on radio is already being felt according to one insider.
All our attention has been on the iPhone launch, but do we need to talk as well about the launch of a new tablet from the world’s second largest retailer?
The smartphone sector is a great place to go looking for how business will look in future. Here’s a glimpse at the new ecosystem moves of Apple and Google.