Apple’s latest update to their operating system is a great lesson to product managers. It’s a great mix of evolutionary updates, reaction to users and a vision on what their product should do.
There are many debates in the world of strategy concerning the extent to which companies should listen toREAD MORE
I was watching Steve Balmer’s interview at the All things Digital conference and was really astounded by the difference between his performance and that of Steve Jobs.
SJ’s vision of the world was clear, suscinent and logical. SB, on the other hand, didn’t really seem to expound any vision at all.READ MORE
I was watching Steve Jobs interview yesterday with All Things Digital. What I found really interesting was his style. He has gained this ability to come across as thoughtful, sincere yet very polished. Watch and listen as he seems to think about the different topics that he’s asked about.
Steve isREAD MORE
RIM was once the king of the smartphone jungle. Everyone wanted to have a Blackberry, it was the killer device to have. With the launch of the iPhone everything has changed.
How does the Blackberry compare to other Smartphones?
There are really three areas where Blackberry is considered by many to beREAD MORE
There are many surprising trends that have taken place over the past few years, cloud computing, the browser becoming the OS, the iPhone app store phenomenon, the advent of fast and cheap broadband. All of these trends are making big changes to the relationship between software and the internet.
In theREAD MORE
Product Management Provides Structure!
It’s with constant amazement that I find people still using Internet Explorer 6. It’s the browser equivalent of riding on a steam train in the age of the bullet train.
There are two groups of people still using this old browser:
- Corporate workers whose IT departments won’t sanction an upgrade.
- Non-technical users whoREAD MORE
First the expectation, and then the deception. Followers of technology both in the blogosphere and the traditional press were expecting more from the iPad.It’s normal, technologists were expecting the iPad to be a computer – it’s not. IPad really is a third type of device. To better understand this,READ MORE