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Toshiba's Experiment in Ultrabook Marketing

by Angela Mcintyre  |  July 9, 2012

The Toshiba “medical test subject” ad is edgy, a bit gross, and caused a stir.  From the buzz, viewers remember Toshiba after seeing it.  Yet, the  images and portrayal of...

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Smartphones: The "Go-to" Internet Device

by Angela Mcintyre  |  November 28, 2011

I was behind the mirror for a few consumer focus groups Gartner held recently.  We asked consumers in six cities about how they use technology, attitudes about consumer electronics, and...

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Why Apple and others need to come up with new versions of “i-products’ every year.

by Mark Mcdonald  |  July 25, 2011

People were astounded when Apple released the iPad 2 within a year of the iPad’s debut. They are further confused as the new iPhone 5 is expected and could be...

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Powershift an example of the gap between corporate and consumer tech

by Mark Mcdonald  |  October 7, 2010

Powershift refers to some posts related to the tangible differences between corporate and consumer technology and the implications of these differences on the technology industry. This post provides an example...

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Can Games Ever be Serious?

by Steve Prentice  |  December 8, 2009

It has been a busy year and I kind of got out of the habit of blogging, so I have resolved (in advance of the holiday season!) to try harder!...

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From San Francisco to Las Vegas

by Steve Prentice  |  January 6, 2009

Well the MacWorld keynote came (and went). Phil Schiller is no Steve Jobs, but there again, Steve is in a class of his own! After the usual hype of unlikely...

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A Week To Watch

by Steve Prentice  |  January 5, 2009

Well the twilight period is over and it is the start of 2009 for real, with pretty much everyone back at work. And for me this is a week that...

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