Tag Archives: Windows Mobile

No One Buys Cellphones Anymore

There was a day when it was relatively simple to buy a cellphone.  Back in the “olden days” of pre-2008, cellphone features were generally limited to talk, text and email.  Then along came Apple. Apple ushered in a fully integrated mobile ecosystem consisting of sophisticated smartphones connected to ubiquitous wireless broadband networks that provided anytime/anywhere […]

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Where’s The Game-Changing Innovation?

Last Monday Steve Ballmer, the CEO of Microsoft, took the stage to introduce Windows 8 Mobile and a bevy of new Windows 8 phones from Samsung, HTC and Nokia.  This announcement followed Friday’s release of their new Windows 8 Surface tablet.  On the same day, Google also announced a new Nexus 4 smartphone, an updated […]

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But They Didn’t.

It’s official.  The iPhone 5 is out.  How do I feel about it?  Not good. First, let me say that the iPhone 5 appears to be a masterpiece of engineering excellence.  It packs more features and functions in a smaller, more elegant package than anything before it or anything likely to come along in the […]

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What About Blackberry and Windows Mobile?

Many of you who have read my white paper on “Trends in Mobility and the Implications on Digital Signage” have asked me a common question: “You mention the iPhone as being a game-changing technology, but where do the RIM Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices fit into the picture?” Well the answer is relatively short, but […]

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The White Paper Is Out

Just published the long-awaited white paper on “Trends In Mobility and the Implications on Digital Signage.” Email me at sgurley@symon.com and I’ll gladly send you a copy.

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