maclalala:link

How to use the words Innovation, Invention, Creation and Novelty correctly.

Posted in イノベーション by shiro on 2014年4月18日
Tagged with: ,

Horace Dediu Illustrates Apple and Samsung’s Domination of the Handset Industry

Posted in ひと, スマートフォン by shiro on 2014年3月19日

Review: Jony Ive by Leander Kahney

Posted in レビュー by shiro on 2014年3月4日

jony_ive_book

Review: Jony Ive by Leander Kahney | asymco

This process-orientation is what makes the book stand out for me personally.

Leander Kahney の書いたジョニー・アイブ本 | maclalala2

The price is right

Posted in コンピュータ, 価格 by shiro on 2014年2月23日

CUUR0000SEEE01_Max_630_378-620x372

The price is right | asymco

The Price Is Right | Daring Fireball

A margin of error

Posted in ひと by shiro on 2014年2月15日

★When Apple reached parity with Windows

Posted in アップル, コンピュータ, マイクロソフト by shiro on 2014年1月14日

How many Americans will be using an iPhone when the US smartphone market saturates?

Posted in アップル, スマートフォン, iPhone by shiro on 2013年12月14日

The Five Year Plan

Posted in コンピュータ, ポスト PC 時代 by shiro on 2013年10月11日

Screen-Shot-2013-10-10-at-10-10-11.33.22-AM-620x399

The Five Year Plan | asymco

Horace Dediu:

If we include all iOS and Android devices the “computing” market in Q3 2008 was 92 million units of which Windows was 90% whereas in Q3 2013 it was 269 million units of which Windows was 32%.

Asymco: ‘The Five Year Plan’ | Daring Fireball

5年の変化が意味するもの | maclalala2

iPhones 5c and 5s launch performance illustrated

Posted in アップル, iPhone by shiro on 2013年9月24日

An Interview With Horace Dediu: On Blogging, Apple And What’s Next

Posted in ひと, インタビュー by shiro on 2013年9月17日

horace_dediu

An Interview With Horace Dediu: On Blogging, Apple And What’s Next | Forbes

Eric Jackson:

My 4 “must reads” are: Horace Dediu, Benedict Evans, Steve Cheney, and Ben Thompson.

I reached out to them independently recently and asked them if they would answer some questions about how they came to start blogging and how they see the mobile internet space today. I’ll publish each of their answers separately in the future.

Q: Is Tim Cook the right CEO for the company at this time?

A: I hold the belief that he’s been CEO for much longer than it seems. Jobs was not a CEO in any traditional sense. He was head of product and culture and all-around micromanager. He left the operational side of the company to Cook who actually built it into a colossus. Think along the lines of the pairing of Howard Hughes and Frank William Gay. What people look for in Cook is the qualities that Jobs had but those qualities and duties are now dispersed among a large team. The question isn’t whether Cook can be the “Chief Magical Officer” but rather whether the functional team that’s around Cook can do the things Jobs used to do.

‘He’s Been CEO for Much Longer Than It Seems’ | John Gruber

Exactly. That’s not to say Steve Jobs was not in charge, nor that he is not sorely missed. But Tim Cook has been, effectively, running the company for a long time. There are certain decisions and moments requiring leadership where the burden falls on the CEO. But much of Jobs’s authority — product design, marketing, media negotiations — now falls on the shoulders of executives like Jony Ive, Phil Schiller, and Eddy Cue.

Tagged with: ,