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Apple Responds to Our iPhone X Wireless Charging Complaint in One Day

Boy that was fast - just yesterday we said Apple lagged behind Samsung in the wireless charging world. Samsung supports up to 10W while Apple only goes to 5W.What a difference a day makes as news just broke Apple didn't...

Pictek Fast QI Wireless Charging Pad Review

When we received our iPhone X, we knew we had to try out the wireless charging feature of the new device. The iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X models are the first iOS devices to support wireless charging using the...

Dongles: The iPhone Weakness Samsung Begins to Exploit

Apple used to abuse Microsoft in its Mac Versus PC ads. They hired a chubby Bill Gates looking actor John Hodgeman to represent the PC while they hired the hip, cool and young Justin Long to represent the Mac.One of...

This iPhone X Feature Makes it Worth $1,000

You're driving in the car, come to a red light and decide to check e-mail. You double click the home button to open the mail app, delete a few emails and then look up after you hear the horn of...

We Were Right: Missing iPhone 8 Customers are Buying an iPhone X

We explained quite clearly that the difference in pricing between an iPhone 8 and iPhone X - especially when looked at from a monthly perspective would be around $4.When other outlets claimed the sky was falling on Apple as there...

Digital Transformation Gone Wrong: Did Macy's Fail?

Amazon will be moving into six floors at 300 Pine Street, a historic epicenter of Seattle retail, home to Macy’s. In fact, Amazon has committed to approximately 1.2 million square feet of new office space in Seattle recently. Do you...

Metaswitch Helps Carriers Compete with UCaaS and Slack

Metaswitch was on the leading edge of seeing the social media threat to carriers – they were somewhat-famous for warning that social network user-names were being used in lieu of phone numbers and disintermediating the relationship between carriers and customers....

Scott Galloway Nails it on Key to Apple's Success

Scott Galloway is one of the few college professors you'll hear that actually understands branding in technology and he is able to articulate his vision masterfully. We never feel like we are wasting time listening to him speak and we...

Why iPhone X Sales Will be Epic

The iPhone X is priced at $1,000 which is the first time a mainstream phone has an entry-level price with four-digits in it.This led to weeks of media pundits explaining to us that $1,000 is a major milestone in pricing...

Why Google will Buy Bose

To compete effectively with Apple, Google needs to evolve how it does business. The most important area Google needs to worry about is the Android experience versus the one Apple provides. Apple does its very best to update the operating...

Shocker! People Who Buy an $800 Phone can Afford $1,000

We have been reaching tech blogs and articles from some of the most respected writers in all of tech-dom and apparently they know something that we do not. People who can afford a phone which costs $800 and often $900...

Apple iPhone X Face ID May not be Secure Enough for Many Users

While Face ID is theoretically 20 times more secure than Touch ID at 1:1,000,000 chance of a false match as opposed to 1:50,000, there are some legal and societal reasons why we still believe it is less secure in certain...

Apple's Face ID may not be Secure

After answering critics for years that the size of the iPhone was large enough in comparison to the ever-larger Android devices, the company finally capitulated and now makes phones it once implied we would never see. In 2013 they actually...

Hypocritical? Apple Comes out as Pro Net-Neutrality

Apple, like much of Silicon Valley is pro Net Neutrality. In a letter titled: In the Matter Restoring Internet Freedom sent to the FCC today, the company laid out all the reasons we need an open Internet.Here are the salient...

Facebook and Google May Become Regulated Utilities

Google effectively has a monopoly in search and Facebook has one in social networking and together they have a virtual monopoly in online advertising. Worldwide, Google has 92% market share! Facebook has 2 billion users with no competitor in site....

President Tim Cook?

Last December we analyzed 28 CEOs that could potentially become the next president of the United States. At the time, Mark Zuckerberg was rumored to be considering a run. This past May in fact it was discovered there is a...

Don't Judge the Microsoft Surface Pro by its Reviews

Disclosure: we use an iPad Pro and iPhone and a Microsoft Surface Book on a daily basis so you can see we really have no bias. Still, we were offended when we saw the headline today from Todd Haselton at...

Hey Luddite CEO, Your @ss is Fired

The Luddites were a group of English textile workers and weavers in the 19th century who destroyed weaving machinery as a form of protest. The group was protesting the use of machinery in a "fraudulent and deceitful manner" to get around standard labor practices.Luddites...

Why Apple's Dropping its Pants With New iPad Price

This new device is a dramatic departure for the company... Here's whyIf you look at the innovations of the iPad over the years, the device has gotten significantly more powerful as well as lighter with each iteration. The company pioneered...

Trump, Obama and Other Topics I heard at ITEXPO

ITEXPO is filled with leading-edge tech visionaries and people who travel a great deal so I figured it's worth passing along a few things I learned in Fort Lauderdale this past week. A few people were denied entry to the...

Apple's Reliable Trick is Failing, Blame Russia

Minimalism, especially when it comes to ports is one of the reasons Apple computers and phones were more like artwork than electronics. They really took the best ideas of B&O and brought them to the mass market. Who doesn’t recall...

2017 Predictions From Rich Tehrani

Without further ado, here are my predictions for the new year!!! What do you think?    We will see major financial problems begin to take shape at hardware companies without a solid cloud strategy. Trump’s new offshore tax rules will...

Samsung's Service Problems may have Doomed it for Years

Apple's biggest global competitors are Samsung, and coming soon, Xaomi and Huawei but only Samsung has the global name recognition to be a serious counterbalance to Cupertino today. With the recent poor handling of battery-gate surrounding the Galaxy Note 7,...

Why Android Sucks: Part 2

Earlier this month in a piece titled Why Android Sucks you learned that Dell decided to stop updating Android devices. The article explained this is a potentially huge problem for customers. Moreover, the piece wondered aloud whether it makes sense...

Why Android Sucks

I’m sure I won’t have many fans because of the title of this entry alone but Android has a serious problem and there may be no immediate solution. Someone has to point this out. You see, Android has become so...
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