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GoPro Isn’t Doomed Yet. But they must become a software company, fast.
GoPro needed to spend heavily in “video editing automation.”
GoPro needs software in spades, far beyond just something to make editing easier. The company that created the first mass-market visceral experience broadcasting device ought to have a hand in every dimension of the current live revolution, not just be one of its few cameras. That requires software. [...] Most consumers already have all the hardware they need to create video; what they need is software to make this infinity of images comprehensible. As the defensibility of hardware declines, GoPro has an advantage few other makers of software have: fans, tens or even hundreds of millions of them.
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april 2016 by asterisk2a
What I Learned This Week About Tim Cook’s Apple | Re/code
[ always along the motto: extension of you, part of you. The new Apple under Jobs was NOT an overnight success! It build on its differentiation, strong base, a cult, a Tribe, 1000 True Fans, and build on it stride by stride. Most capitalistic company out of SV, no counter-culture out of largest corp on world. & can pull of iAd coup because it has monopsony! & Duopoly w Android. ] Many people love Apple, others despise it. But, even without Jobs, it cannot be ignored. There simply is no other company that combines such a high-quality hardware line with such well-regarded software platforms. A faltering Samsung has the former, but not the latter. A strong and admirable Google has the latter, but not the former. If you didn’t believe that before, this week’s event made it crystal clear, with once-bitter rivals like Microsoft and Adobe showing up onstage to boast about how well their products worked with new Apple hardware and software. [ sw & hw iteration = leverage comp advantage ]
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Apple Gets Hardcore About Its Hobbies | TechCrunch
[from version 1 to 2, 3, 4 ] The iPad wasn’t versatile enough for business. The iPhone camera wasn’t sharp enough for photographers. And none of Apple’s products were fast enough for die hard gamers. Until today. [ more and more extension of you, part of you, you, ... unthinkable to live without it ... remote control for your life, that thing where your life happens now, partially on the screen/inside. away from the gadget factors which still had friction. now less and less friction. ]
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Why Has Apple Been Poaching Fashion Execs? | Fashion-Tech | BoF
Apple does not fight on Windows nor Google (Android) turf. It created (fact) a new category. Redefined the category of the Gadget, of the Phone. Of the Laptop. Of the Workstation. This (newest phone/better technology) is not just for the Geeks or Nerds. This is a status symbol you are seen with every day (Apple Watch, iPhone, MacBook (2015 version) at the Coffee shop and elsewhere). That person made a deliberate concious or not decision to buy the Apple product at that price. -vs- GNU/Linux or Windows or Android whatever for the same basic utility at a much affordable price. Who ever came up with that should be highlighted in the next Apple Book about Apples chapter post-Jobs.
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Addressing Concerns Over Apple’s iPhone Growth | Re/code
Analysis: Android manufacturers (mostly Asia based) can't compete eye to eye with iPhone quality because they don't have the money for R&D and talent in design/UI/UX. &! Just to make the R&D/talent aspect for the hard things that are hard: hardware. Apple Patents New Liquidmetal Techniques For Manufacturing ( tcrn.ch/1TjN6uS ) vs. Xiaomi buying patents for "Patent War Chest to Launch in U.S." ( bloom.bg/1CG3s9S ) And even Microsoft and Apple make money off Android device sales because of patents (patents for technology, inside Android devices, that Microsoft or Apple own). // Apple's aspirational product - status anxiety - vs - Free. Downside with Free Of Android being a Privacy Sinkhole. & underfunded Android HW manufacturers vs only, marginally LG, Samsung, Lenovo who have other businesses. But hardware itself was turned into commodity business! // HTC trade below book value (12/08/15) - bit.ly/1JULi5t &! wrd.cm/1MkhnUw // &! Fragmentation - bit.ly/1q4iXyk
Android  Patent  patents  Apple  iOS  differentiate  differentiation  Google  R&D  Microsoft  Windows  10  iPhone  consumer  product  consumer  choice  consumer  aspirational  product  commodity  business  commoditization  Branding  Samsung  HTC  LG  Motorola 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
The Apple Watch's Insanely Great Economics | WIRED
How many billions has it cost in R&D to develop all the gobsmacking manufacturing techniques, all the software tricks and all the battery tech inside? The reason it costs so much less than a [high-end competitor] isn’t because it’s less well made. It’s because 700 million people have helped amortize Apple’s investment in it. Apple now seems hell bent on finding new ways to flex that muscle. [it started w the iPod, then iPhone, and on and on. extreme iteration on +3 components of product ie MacBook (March 2015); battery, fan less, 2 ports only, touchpad click imitation, keypad, low power retina. possible by owning the whole chain from start to finish, purpose build german cnc mills in china, whole manufacturing complexes build only to build Apple products. and thinking about the user experience and working backwards to the technology, not thinking about newest technology to add and making a gimmick out of it. being radical. "this is better 4u, no discussion.] &! on.mash.to/1B9iywv
Apple  iPhone  iPod  Apple  Watch  MacBook  manufacturing  scale  economies  of  scale  iteration  focus  user  experience 
march 2015 by asterisk2a
Gillmor Gang: HoloCraft - Gillmor Gang | TechCrunch TV
first topic: Apple devices and sw is/was a step change from - beige pc and can code and open the hood and do stuff after learning stuff - to - solving day to day problems/use cases elegantly without able to look under the hood. << change over last 15 years of "IT" to mass-market consumer products and in parts, in case of Apple a aspirational product. "it just works." *Steve Jobs / aka Don't make me think. &! http://ben-evans.com/benedictevans/2015/2/7/in-search-of-objects &! Smartphone supply chain dwarfs now the old PC supply chain >> http://ben-evans.com/benedictevans/2015/1/11/home-and-the-mobile-supply-chain >> making server clusters from small mobile phone components like passively cooled CPU's PLUS is it the end of the web browser (vs native apps)? &! http://a16z.com/2015/01/30/a16z-podcast-mobile-is-eating-the-world-and-apple-is-gobbling-fastest/ &! just look at size of Asia Pacific that is dwarfing rest of the world combined - bit.ly/1zKN2dm - extrapolate to
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february 2015 by asterisk2a
Apple may have compromised everyone’s security for access to China | PandoDaily
But if Apple really did provide access to the iPhone operating system’s source code, it should admit as much so people know the degree to which their security may be compromised, all for the sake of Apple’s business ambitions.
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january 2015 by asterisk2a
Google Glass: Silicon Valley zweifelt an Datenbrille - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Google Glasses come out of Google X aka X Lab overseen by Sergey Brin. Word on the street is that the X Lab is Sergey's Playground, and Larry finances it, and Larry finances also Eric Schmidt's lifestyle.
Google  Glass  wearables  Google  Apple  iPad  iPhone  Smartphone  Internet  of  Things  Robert  Scoble  robertscoble  Larry  Page  Sergery  Brin  corporate  governance  technology  tech  trends  hip 
march 2014 by asterisk2a
VC Stewart Alsop: How I pissed off Steve Jobs - YouTube
Steve Job's last big gig was designing and figuring out the Apple TV, where TV is an app and the Device, what is known as TV is a super-size iMac. A Personal Computer. Plus they probably will make the iPad and Apple TV / iTV connect to each other so you can use the iPas and iPhone as 2nd Screen and do social media and surfing and sharing while watching TV. // Google acquisition of Nest Lab is also talent acquisition - Tony Fadell - a former Apple Execs. But he is a Product Guy and those are valuable, and Apple competed with Google for Nest Labs and thus Tony Fadell. Larry Page needs Fadell to improve Google's product line and future products and teach other Googlers 'product development, management and how to think about it correctly.' >> Android, Nexus, Google Chrome, Google Glasses, Google Car, Google ChromeCast. The big things that bring in the money. // // bn dollar companies have an asshole at their helm, that one that steps on people to get his way, get things done, rolling.
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march 2014 by asterisk2a
Apple’s Magic Is In The Turn, Not The Prestige | TechCrunch
But the iPhone is the best trick in their bag. And in the last few years, some people have gotten sick of seeing it.

.... To some, this repetition is now boring. But I think Apple looks at it the opposite way: they’re perfecting their trick.
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september 2012 by asterisk2a
Technology Provides an Alternative to Love. - NYTimes.com
Let me toss out the idea that, as our markets discover and respond to what consumers most want, our technology has become extremely adept at creating products that correspond to our fantasy ideal of an erotic relationship, in which the beloved object asks for nothing and gives everything, instantly, and makes us feel all powerful, and doesn’t throw terrible scenes when it’s replaced by an even sexier object and is consigned to a drawer.
To speak more generally, the ultimate goal of technology, the telos of techne, is to replace a natural world that’s indifferent to our wishes — a world of hurricanes and hardships and breakable hearts, a world of resistance — with a world so responsive to our wishes as to be, effectively, a mere extension of the self.

Let me suggest, finally, that the world of techno-consumerism is therefore troubled by real love, and that it has no choice but to trouble love in turn.
technology  culture  love  society  iphone  advertising  relationships 
may 2011 by asterisk2a
Road thinking. (Scripting News)
Their complaints about the product echo mine, but after reading JLG's excellent piece, and thinking about it, I realize they didn't get what Apple is doing, and neither did I. I mean I did get it in a certain way, it's a start-over. Let's try to recreate the Mac, but do it based on what we have learned since 1984. Gassee explains why Jobs doesn't want Flash. No least-common-denominator software here, says Steve. We are not part of a cross-platform strategy. Okay, I thought about it, not sure I'd play it that way, but I understand why they are.

To be clear -- the future iPad has a keyboard and word processing software. They're going to roll out all the features of the Mac, one step at a time, bud this time they're going to avoid the pitfalls. Their ace in the hole -- if they don't like how something is going, they have the power to nuke it. Adobe is the first BigCo to get the message. Everyone who follows will get the same message.
apple  ipad  twitter  platform  ecosystem  opensource  iPhone  open  facebook  identity 
april 2010 by asterisk2a
The Twitter Platform's Inflection Point
I've been thinking a lot about the Twitter Platform and Ecosystem recently. I think it is at an inflection point, much like the desktop software and hardware business was in the mid 80s as the desktop platform started to mature.
twitter  platform  fredwilson  ecosystem  iPad  apple  iPhone 
april 2010 by asterisk2a
Dear Authors, Your Next Book Should be an App, Not an iBook
Carr, in some senses, is right. Reading has changed. What’s not addressed is why this is a bad thing. Carr’s argument is rooted in a distinction between serious readers and non-serious readers. His example involves someone reading only a few paragraphs of a nytimes article, then posting it on Twitter. Carr defines this reading as, “reading in the way that rubbing against women on the subway is sex.”

His example is vivid but also flat out perverse. Carr is confusing length with quality, and more profoundly, he’s confusing the ends with the means.

The mission of an author isn’t to get you to ‘read all the words’, it’s to communicate in the rawest sense of the word. Whether you’re Jeff Jarvis or Dan Brown, you have an idea or a story and a book is a way to express it to the world.
iphone  iPad  nytimes  reading  ebook  publishing  publishing2.0  books  apps  culture  internet 
april 2010 by asterisk2a
Apple’s Spat With Google Is Getting Personal - NYTimes.com
Yet according to interviews with two dozen industry watchers, Silicon Valley investors and current and former employees at both companies — most of whom requested anonymity to protect their jobs or business relationships — the clash between Mr. Schmidt and Mr. Jobs offers an unusually vivid display of enmity and ambition.
apple  google  HTC  Motorola  iphone  android  business  war  stevejobs  ericschmidt  admob  mobile  advertising  QuattroWireless 
march 2010 by asterisk2a
State of the Art - Line2 Allows iPhone Users to Sidestep AT and T - NYTimes.com
(Let’s pause for a moment here to blink, dumbfounded, at that point. Apple’s rules prohibit App Store programs that look or work too much like the iPhone’s own built-in apps. For example, Apple rejected the Google Voice app because, as Apple explained to the Federal Communications Commission, it works “by replacing the iPhone’s core mobile telephone functionality and Apple user interface with its own user interface for telephone calls.” That is exactly what Line2 does. Oh well—the Jobs works in mysterious ways.)
googlevoice  apple  google  iphone  war  at&t  voip  app  line2  android 
march 2010 by asterisk2a
How Apple and Google's Romance Turned To Hate - Apple - Gizmodo
Knowing how things developed, it's surprising that Schmidt stayed on Apple's board for so long. He resigned on August 2009, just as the war started to go open, first with Google grabbing mobile advertising company AdMob from Apple's hands (which forced Apple to buy Quattro Wireless). Then with Apple pissing on Google's parade by stealing Lala, the music streaming service that Larry and Sergei wanted to have.
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march 2010 by asterisk2a
Soon, There’ll Be More Mobile Web Users In China Than People In The United States
The report, which you can purchase here, also says the number of mobile Internet users in China will grow fast to reach a staggering 957 million, and that the country will count approximately 1.3 billion mobile subscribers by 2014.
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march 2010 by asterisk2a
Apple, Microsoft Discuss Giving Bing Top iPhone Billing - BusinessWeek
It could be big news in the search game.

"If you have to do a deal with the devil, you might as well deal with the devil that needs you most,"

Apple (AAPL) is in talks with Microsoft (MSFT) to replace Google (GOOG) as the default search engine on its iPhone, according to two people familiar with the matter. The talks have been under way for weeks, say the people, who asked not to be named because the details have not been made public.

The discussions reflect the accelerating rivalry between Apple and Google, now the main provider of Web search on the iPhone. While the two companies have worked as partners in the past and Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt had a seat on Apple's board, Apple and Google have more recently begun competing in several markets, including mobile phones. Google sells a smartphone, the Nexus One, that competes directly with the iPhone and it has spearheaded development of a wireless handset operating system that rivals the iPhone OS.
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january 2010 by asterisk2a
Small iPhone developer Tapulous sees big success | Reuters
IPhone app developer Tapulous says its sales have approached $1 million a month, providing fresh evidence of the growing success of start-ups designing programs for Apple Inc's mobile device.
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december 2009 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Guardian newspaper charges for iPhone app
The UK's Guardian newspaper has launched a paid-for news app, charging users a one-off fee of £2.39.
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december 2009 by asterisk2a
App Store Is a Game Changer for Apple and Cellphone Industry - NYTimes.com
or Apple, the review process is a necessary evil. The company places high value on what it describes as “customer trust,” or the idea that users have faith that an application distributed on the iPhone won’t crash the platform, steal personal information or contain illegal content.
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december 2009 by asterisk2a
Manufacturers redirecting R&D on declining GPS device orders? -- Engadget
Google put existing GPS business out of business with free turn-by-turn navigation for Android.
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december 2009 by asterisk2a
Facebook: Please Back Developers vs iPhone
Yesterday, a high-profile iPhone developer became fed up with the nature of the platform and decided it was time to call it quits. Joe Hewitt of Facebook not only pronounced that it was time for him to move onto ‘other projects’, but had the courage to state that his reason was because of the closed nature of the iPhone platform and his frustration with the approval process. Joe is not just the guy who wrote the Facebook application, within 12 hours of the first iPhone launching he released a library for app developers to create iPhone-like applications. This was back in the first generation, when iPhone ‘applications’ were nothing more than websites. Without any documentation from Apple, and with sheer enthusiasm for the new-born platform, Joe created a library for other developers that would help them build applications that would mimic native iPhone applications built by Apple.
facebook  iphone  apple  app  developers  platform  open  ecosystem  early-adopter  maven  product  strategy  transparency 
november 2009 by asterisk2a
While Rivals Jockey For Market Share, Apple Bathes In Profits
Apple made $1.6 billion in operating profit off of the iPhone in Q3. Nokia, meanwhile, made $1.1 billion. Let’s put this in perspective. Recent numbers suggest Nokia controls roughly 35% of the worldwide handset market. Apple? About 2.5%.

Running a successful business, instead of running for market share and product diversity!
apple  iphone  businessmodel  nokia  profit  business  leadership  product  products 
november 2009 by asterisk2a
Google Should Make Apple Beg For Maps Navigation
Apple is in a terrible position here because the future of mobile apps are Web apps, and Google excels at making those. Apple needs Google, its most dangerous competitor in the mobile Web market, to keep building apps for the iPhone. Google would be foolish not to since the iPhone still has the largest reach of any modern Web phone. But it will no longer be a priority.
relationship  business  apple  google  ericschmidt  iphone  android  platform  mobile  future  trends  history 
october 2009 by asterisk2a
Will There Be an Android App Boom Soon?
More same phones sold with same OS base = Bigger ecosystem.
% of conversion rate same, but with more users/customers; your cashflow picks up and the break even/ROI comes earlier, and revenue stream is greater.
That is why certain smaller ecosystems (app stores) and companies like Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, RIM (with Blackberry and PalmPre), each with their own proprietary OS (Symbian, Windows Mobile incl. an app store, have it harder to gain traction and gain diversity. I would say that if they don't radically innovate, open it up, they will always be tail chasers in the new game.
android  economy-of-scale  ecosystem  apple  iphone  appstore 
october 2009 by asterisk2a

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