Month: July 2012

Best Buy’s Best Choice is to Evolve

This guest blog post is from TMC Senior Editor, Peter Bernstein, a respected analyst covering technology and communications for a
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Use it and Lose it: No Shared Hotspots At London Olympics

Of course having hundreds of thousands of hotspots operating at once and being shared by many users and/or devices could
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Liter of Light Turns Plastic Bottles into Solar Light

What is one of the most ingenious, low-tech inventions you never heard of but which has the potential to brighten
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In Defense of Capitalism

I am fortunate to have watched my father at a young age start TMC – the company where I am
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In Order to Compete with Apple, You Need to BE Apple

The idea that Google, a company with an incredible business model, allowing them to potentially profit off every query they
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Apple in NYC Makes Offers You Can’t Refuse

Is it better to have an Apple store in your mall which doesn’t share revenue or not have them at
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Did Sonos Just Obsolete Their Remote?

Sonos users rejoice – you can now control the volume level of yourmusic with the volume buttons on your iOS
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Why Apple Purchased AuthenTec

AuthenTec has been a major player in the finger-based biometrics space for many years and in a post 9/11 world
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Beyond Amazon Price Match – What Best Buy Must Do

Recently I was in a Best Buy store while traveling because I needed three items which retailed each for $99.
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Silicon Valley 2012 TMC Video Interviews Posting

We have begun to post the TMC videos from San Jose, California. It has been a great day so far
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