Several factors complicate the assessment of our performance in technology. But all said, it has been fairly mediocre.
Should there be standards to exceed, when mediocrity is more than enough to be profitable?
A successful product should not focus solely on extensibility, but also on independent functionality.
For user experience to be superlative, it has to be intuitive and simple.
To design is to create, and to create is to cause, and every cause has it’s effect.
An approach to higher standards & continuous innovation.
Facebook isn’t valuing the profitability of it’s takeover targets, rather it’s buying relevance.
The journey takes time, but it usually isn’t as long as one might imagine.
The industries being disrupted are littered with entities whose willingness to fail withered due to growing success.
Bitcoin’s adoption has been erratic due to its arcane operations, but is fast gaining acceptance because of its privacy
Dropping prices and free software make the company in question sound like Amazon.
The provincial government is dealing with a moribund economy. Instead of invigorating, it is slowly immolating it.
Age and social sentiment are catching up to the social network
In such dire straits, any initiative to curtail further deterioration is good, but is it the best?
What Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia, and Steve Ballmer’s departure can mean.
The sands are shifting and while these shifts are ephemeral, they often displace components thereby altering the future.
Edward Snowden opened a Pandora’s Box with his revelation of the PRISM program. How does this affect us?
It is now easier and cheaper than ever before to measure and monitor consumer responses to communication.
There have been some remarkable breakthroughs at Microsoft,even if they didn’t make it to market or were discontinued.
What does Pakistan bring to the global table, and can the tech sector play a role in it’s reinvention?