More bad news from RIM. Sales dropped last week 33%. As if that weren’t bad enough, the company’s self-acknowledged life preserver, BlackBerry 10, now won’t be available until early 2013. That is after the Holiday shopping season. It will be after the expected Octob
Last week’s mobility news was led by Apple. This week seemed to be all Microsoft. The surprise announcement of the Microsoft Surface tablet / ultrabook hybrid Monday and Windows Phone 8 Wednesday gave the mobility ecosystem a lot to digest. However, there was other news as well.
Last week we had Apple. This week it seems to be all Microsoft. I’m sure next week will be 24×7 Google with it’s I/O conference. With that said, the announcement of Windows Phone 8 is important for the industry. It is also nicely timed by Microsoft right after the fla
Microsoft is attempting to change more than itself. With Metro, it hopes to shift the rules of the programming across device platforms altogether. Yesterday I outlined how different Metro and Windows 8 are from the previous Microsoft programming approach. It is a radical departure and
Microsoft’s new user interface and development platform, Metro, is coming. It is due for wide release later this year, and the preview release has been available since the beginning of June. I’m going to get into some detail on the various new aspects that are a part of it