Technology is literally fruity! Enjoy this classic little sketch again.
Big and defensive organizations often end up overspending on treading water, even as their core customers ride other waves.
Thinner, lighter, faster, better — this time, I think we’ll keep it.
The Google Books Settlement actually hit its second roadblock this week. Here’s why, and where matter might go from here.
The tablet wars are on, with special significance for STM publishers.
Apple’s apparent abuse of its platform dominance may signal a basic incompatibility between providers and platforms.
Launched just weeks ago, the Mac App store is elaborating on themes the iPhone started, bringing product integration to a new level.
A lovely little skit about what happens when your Blackberry is broken.
Four days with the iPad became 8 months with it. Meanwhile, friends like the Android tablets joined in.
It’s been a reckless year marked by books becoming cannon fodder in the platform wars.
Is our future defined by third-party aggregators? Or is there a business opportunity there worth fighting for?
Users are gaining a “me at the center” expectation, but publishers have a “we at the center” world view. Can the wrenching changes be made? David Worlock worries maybe not.
A major publisher finds users like the iPad, spend more time with it, but don’t carry it around and encounter usability problems.
Publishers still have to sell iPad content via single-issue apps. When will a subscription app finally be allowed?
Some early observations on the iPhone 4. I will leave the technical reviews to others and just focus on what the new iPhone 4 means for publishers, and particularly STM and scholarly publishers.