Up until this year, it was hard to be a tablet manufacturer if the company wasn’t Apple. Before 2010, nobody knew what it was like to have a tablet (that was not an expensive Microsoft computer obviously), and still, the iPad took the market by storm, and a storm that lasted almost four years. Why just four years? Well, if you learned about Apple’s quarter results a couple of days ago, you learned that for the first time ever, they sold less iPads this year than they sold last year. That’s not good considering that last year there were only two iPad options, and now [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Apple’s quarter results and how these vary significant to last year’s. We later go through the HTC Zara once more as we’ve now got some leaked specifications. Android 4.3 is next as Google has finally announced it in their breakfast with Sundar Pichai. Later it’s all about the Chromecast and some rumors on the Nexus 10. We end today’s show talking about Google’s Nexus 7 for 2013, which definitely is the tablet most of us have been waiting for.
All this and more after the [...]
Some companies just know what they’re doing. Have you ever faced a situation where a product is just such a no-brainer, which you have to have it even if you don’t need it? The reason why I mention the word need is because if it’s a product you need, then it’s really tough to call it a no-brainer. Need is something easy to serve for a customer. If you’re in college and there’s a specific book you need for a class, you could say the product has a guaranteed market regardless of what it is. Desire is a very different ball game.
For a product to [...]