Tag Archives: Apple

Future of Search will be in Social Mobile

Does Social Search Make Any Sense? by Idris Mootee A friend of mine visited me from Japan and our conversation was around mobile search, since Apple’s acquisition of Siri, a company that makes voice-operated personal assistant app for the iPhone, people wonder what’s Apple intent was. This move has big implications for the future of mobile search and is just ...

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What Rockmelt Shows Us About Innovation

Here’s an interesting question. Why is there so much innovation around internet browsing? Why is it that we have Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chromium, Safari, and now RockMelt, and sure to be others right around the corner? Why so much innovation in viewing web content? What does innovation in the browser space tell us about innovation in general? After all, it’s ...

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Blogging Innovation Now Available on Kindle

You can now get Blogging Innovation and 2-4 fresh innovation and marketing articles from more than 20 contributing authors every day on your Kindle in the United Kingdom as well as in the United States: Blogging Innovation for Kindle (UK version) Blogging Innovation for Kindle (US version) Please check it out and spread the word. If you enjoy Blogging Innovation, ...

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Innovation Perspectives – Three Baby Steps to Innovation

This is the thirteenth of several ‘Innovation Perspectives‘ articles we will publish this week from multiple authors to get different perspectives on ‘What are three specific actions that a non-innovative company can take to become more innovative?’. Here is the next perspective in the series: by Rocco Tarasi When we think of innovative companies we think of the Apple, Google, ...

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Innovating at Scale in a Successful Company

Large successful organizations have a hard time creating large scale innovations. When a company’s on the brink of death, they entertain many radical alternatives, but economic health is the enemy of change — which is one of Microsoft’s great problems. Ray Ozzie, now the Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, was at Lotus development when they dominated PC software. According to ...

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Is Twitter Innovative? – @biz at #wif10

Social Networking was well represented at the World Innovation Forum including discussion of Web 2.0 from former Amazon Chief Scientist Andreas Weigend, technology venture capitalist Brian Shawn Cohen and Twitter co-founder @Biz Stone. At events, I use Twitter for taking notes (I’ll quote a few in this post). RT @stephenshapiro: Biz stone from twitter on the stage. Surreal tweeting about ...

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Fastest Follower Usually the Innovation Winner

In our innovation circles, we like to celebrate the pioneers. They are the folks that establish the trail and go where no one has gone before. We highlight their advancements and hold up their accomplishments. But what often goes unsaid or unnoticed is that many pioneers die right on the cusp of success. Who are the ultimate winners? The Fastest ...

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