First, it was the Scandinavian-style Smorgasbord. Later, it was Old Country Buffet.
Inexpensive homegrown tablets – think between US$60 and $200 – abound in India, where the per-capita income, despite the fast-rising economy, remains US$3,700 per year. But the uncrowned king of inexpensive, Indian-made tablets is the Aakash tablet. I say uncrowned because the student-designed, government-subsidized Aakash has yet to hit the market. And for awhile this year, […]
You’ll get no shortage of half-baked theories here at UberMobile. Here’s one where I argue that Chinese consumers and global enterprises are to blame for the blip in iPhone sales, but maybe not in the way you expect. Let’s keep a little perspective. Apple still sold 26 million iPhones in its fiscal Q3, up 28% […]
The National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) is the branch of the US Department of Agriculture that generates statistical gems such as: farmers this year have planted nearly 100 million acres of corn this year – the most in the last 75 years.
Macworld iWorld wasn’t just about exhibit halls full of cute, bizarre accessories for iPads and iPhones. There was an enterprise track called MacIT, during which I heard a fascinating talk by Justin Rummel, a senior project manager at Qivliq Commercial Group, on Thursday. Some of Rummel’s Dilbert-like anecdotes will be familiar to anyone who has worked in […]