Month: November 2013

Don’t Buy The New iPads Just Yet

Anyone who has worked in the technology consumer technology pretty much knows this rule of thumb from the get-go: the best software means nothing if a bad software is running on it. Conversely, a great software means nothing if it’s running on a bad hardware. The two go together, hand-in-hand. On hindsight, this was probably […]

The Massive Problem With Coin

For those who haven’t read about it, Coin is one of the latest and coolest startups one can find in today’s saturated Silicon Valley scene. The basic premise of their idea is: if you’ve got lots of credit cards that you carry around on a daily basis, why not condense all of them into one card? Well, […]

Apple’s Pincer Attack On Microsoft’s Core Businesses

The pincer attack is one of the most classic military strategies known to man. First suggested in the Art of War by Sun Tzu, it compromises of the attacking force simultaneously advancing towards the flanks of the enemy in a pinching movement, thereby enveloping the enemy to effectively block off any escape routes. The enemy, trapped, […]