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What is definition of “Open” ?

There are lots of discussions happening in the blogosphere about what is the definition of Open (when talking about Android vs. iPhone). Many of these discussions are around open source software (OSS). But there are other views as well to be considered when…

An Overview of the Facebook APIs

See my most recent blog article, An Overview of the Facebook APIs (Telefonica Developer’s Blog), an introduction to the different Facebook Platform APIs and their applicability to mobile. Enjoy… ceo

Will the iPhone trigger the Mobile RFID/NFC revolution?

Will history repeat itself? There was/is the 12 keys keypad cellphone. And few care about Touch. Then came the iPhone. Now everyone loves Touch. There was the operator Deck. Everyone hated the Deck. Then came Apple. And created the App Store. Now everyone…

On hardware vs. software-based handset differentiation

Is mobile handset differentiation based on hardware coming to an end? Back in 2007 I wrote a piece on my blog titled: The future of handset design: from hardware to software. And today this is getting more real (and validated) than ever. When…

The Google App Market – An Analysis

I’ve written a quick analysis on the Google App Market situation… Looking forward to your feedback/opinions! You can download this article in PDF format. Download The Google App Market – An Analysis (PDF). The Google App Market – An Analysis September 6, 2009…

On Mobile Applications, Platforms and Monetization — “Show me the Money”

I’ve been keeping track of a very interesting thread at Forum Oxford (FOROX) on the topic of Android phone dissapointing developers (w.r.t. iPhone), with Jason Delport, Alex Kerr, William Volk (who started the thread) and others adding their different perspectives on the matter.…

Pollen Journal – First Pollen Alert iPhone App (Ringful)

When I started eZee inc, one of my proudest accomplishments was the great R&D/development team I had. And one of the members of that team was Michael Yuan. Enter Ringful… Since then, Michael went on and started Ringful, a mobile mashup company for…

More on iPhone vs. Android App Store and the reason why the Android App Store will Win

I found the above via Mobile-Facts and it is quite funny (and probably even true!). The important concept here, even if not the best of examples, is that an open market and ecosystem is a very good thing… ceo

The iPhone and Android Platforms as Validators

The iPhone and Android platforms have validated a number of things; below is a list with some of such things: iPhone: Applications are at the center of next generation of handsets. That software, not hardware, is the main driver and differentiator. Touch-screens rock!…

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