iPhone Everywhere!

The iPhone is everywhere. I felt that it would be redundant to write more about it, so instead I will leave you with the most interesting links that I managed to gather: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone http://www.engadget.com/2007/07/03/iphone-review/ http://www.techcrunch.com/iphone-weekend-one/ http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20070705/091939.shtml http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/01/09/hands-on-time-with-the-iphone/ http://terrywhite.com/techblog/?p=196

China’s Silicon Valley

Companies like Microsoft, Nokia and IBM started operating there over 6 years ago. Others are moving in. The so called Z-Park is the center of the technological development in China, and BusinessWeek recently published an article about it. “P&G’s strategy conforms nicely with Chinese President Hu Jintao’s plan, announced in 2006, to turn China into … Continue reading China’s Silicon Valley

Gauss versus Pareto

It looks like we are shifting from a Gaussian world to a Paretian one, or so claims John Hagel on a recent article titled “The Power of the Power Laws”.

Pirates of Silicon Valley

Pirates of Silicon Valley is a half documentary half movie that describes the early years of Apple Computers, Microsoft, and their founders. The link points to a complete online version of the movie (although the screen dimension is reduced). If you have not seen it check it out, it is pretty interesting.

10 reasons why the iPhone might flop

Considering all the buzz that the iPhone generated we can assume that it will disrupt the mobile phone industry and make Apple hit the jackpot again, can’t we? Well, I would not be so secure about that. While I admire Steve Jobs’ initiative to invade a challenging business such as the mobile phone one, I think that Apple’s strategy has some flaws, and below I will outline each of them…