TAG | iOS
Impulse a german magazine just did a management buy-out (mbo). The editor in chief bought the whole brand and continues it as his own business. With the brand he acquired the paper magazine, the contents, the website and an app for both Android and iOS.
Changing ownership however is something Apple doesn’t expect to happen.
Earlier this week on Techcrunch I read that the next version of Chrome OS will be more like Windows or other classical desktop OS than before. On my macbook I use OS X Lion which shows obvious signs of turning towards iOS. Android versions have been announced for smartphones only before they were designed for tablets.
Have todays requirements for operating system changed so much to cause confusion?
After a disastrous start for the playbook and an in my humble opinion totally wrong software strategy RIM has seen some change. The company board has changed, the playbook 2 has email support and lately there have been rumors that finally got confirmed about RIM looking for skilled iOS developers.
But what for?
Last Tuesday I stumbled upon a interesting post by Paolo “Nusco” Perrotta from Italy entitled Is Windows 8 solving the wrong problem? He’s got some points there and his post really got me thinking if the same logic can be applied to other developments as well.
For instance to HTML5 as a cross device strategy?