Articles Archive for September 2010
Fortune is reporting a study by Nielson that claims that Amazon (AMZN) Kindle owners tend to be wealthier. 44% of them make more than $80,000/year compared with 39% of iPad owners and 37% of iPhone owners. They also tend to have more education: 27% of Kindle owners have Master’s degrees or PhDs.
We all know what the sweet spot for the iPad is: inbetween the smartphone and the laptop, but closer to the laptop. Looks like its getting there, finally.
One line buried in a Wall Street Journal story is making the rounds as the latest evidence of Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) iPad power: Best Buy CEO Brian Dunn “said internal estimates showed that the iPad had cannibalized sales from laptop PCs by as much as 50 percent.” By the time I first saw the news nugget being tweeted, that had morphed into …
Business Apps, iPad App Reviews »
Splashtop Remote is an iPad app that helps you do that. This works for Windows laptops and desktops. NYTimes has a detailed report:
Splashtop Remote is an iPad app that pairs with a free Windows application to display your PC screen on your iPad, provided both are on the same wireless network. Splashtop is the name of a small quick-boot program that comes pre-installed on many PCs. You may know it as Lenovo Quick Start, Asus ExpressGate, or HP QuickWeb. Splashtop Remote is made by the same company, Device …
iPad for Business, iPad Hardware »
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If you’ve been following the iPad craze, and if you are currently reading Iptiam.com that means you are, then you’ve probably heard about the big name luxury companies like Burberry, Louis Viton, and Oscar de la Renta stepping into the iPad accessory market and displaying their iPad products …
Techcrunch is reporting a funding event for Kno – to make an iPad killer.
Why is the device compelling? Andreessen and Rashid talk about how Kno is offering a total product – software, hardware and services – that will be compelling to the college user. They can purchase textbooks and view them just as they look in printed format. Users will be able to take notes, draw on the pages, etc., just like the print versions. And they’ll be able to access those books on a variety of devices – …
We have written about how Apple manages Product cannibalization before. There is a terrific business blueprint behind Apple’s Product designs, obviously.
Any new product announcement from Apple raises the following question – “Will it not eat into the market for …”. For instance, people asked that when the iPhone was released – “Will it not eat into the market for iPods?”. They asked that when the iPod Touch was released – “Will it not eat into the market for iPods and the iPhone?” – Now since the iPad has been announced, …