Category Archives: Apple

Outinnovating on the web

This is the financial results period in the US and yesterday both Yahoo and eBay reported their earnings which generated disappointment as their stellar growth rates and cocaine-like margins are slowly falling victim of gravity. In yet another good article, … Continue reading

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Nike+

RG/A has won the “Agency of the Year” award in Cannes last month for the great work they have done building the Nike+ concept from the ground up. The following video does a good job of explaining the rational behind … Continue reading

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iPhone: when the co-marketing content deals turn into viral marketing

So today is the day the iPhone becomes widely available in the USA. Apart from the device itself, the network it is currently locked with, it is interesting to take a look at the viral marketing videos swamping the net. … Continue reading

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Evolution of design @ Apple

An interesting work from Edwin Tofslie on the evolution of design @ Apple. Technorati Tags: Apple, digital design, form factor

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It is not the iPhone, it is the network you stupid!

Interesting comment found in today’s FT; simply the best piece of paper on earth! Arguably, the points being made for the US cellular networks also apply here in Europe where large cities face overcrowded cells in which the real bandwidth … Continue reading

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Note to Steve Jobs: now may be a good time to announce that the iPhone is in fact an open platform

You may have heard about it already but Music Station is launching its service today. It basically enables you to download music on your mobile phone for a flat monthly fee of 2.99 euros. With EMI, Sony BMG, Universal and Warner … Continue reading

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Steve & Bill share memories at D5

It is rather unique that these two share a scene together (though they have done it in the past, remember 1997?) and it is definitely worth watching. You may think Apple notebooks are cool, iPods are the ultimate emotional objects … Continue reading

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