TAG | Samsung
With their latest prime model the Galaxy S IV Samsung according to some reports continued the “de-googleing” of the Android platform by replacing some key Google services with their own.
Now where does this lead?
Apple’s Next Battleground Isn’t TV; It’s Web Services. In this recent article on AllThingsD author John Paczkowski explains why he thinks Apple has to focus neither on hardware nor software but web services to improve their business and I think this is true.
For the whole industry.
End of 2011 I have made some predictions about 2012 and since 2013 has already started it might be a good idea to review those and see what actually turned out and what didn’t.
6 out of 10 is not too bad right?
While the Note 10.1 is a great device for the sofa or the hotel bed when on holidays I want to take the same comfort with me in a smartphone.
So I got myself the Note 2.
I have to say I love my new toy! Especially the handwriting recognition with the S-Pen is an amazing feature.
It’s faster than typing!
Usually I don’t even read mails that state YOU WON! Lucky me that Samsung actually called me on the phone to make sure I got the email. Yesterday Samsung held a PR event for its new GALAXY Note 10.1 tablet together with the network Xing (German LinkedIn competitor). Out of 4.000 participants about 50 have won one of those.
And I was one of the lucky few.
Still leaves the question whether this could actually be possible?
Around this time of year you get to see a lot of predictions about what is going to happen for the coming year. I like to read these and decided to do my own set of predictions about what is going to happen on the internet in 2012.
But don’t hold me liable.