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Posted On February 25, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Apple’s Innovation Philosophy Versus Competitors’

Ken Segall, author of the bestselling book – Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple’s Success, suggests that Apple and Samsung have differing philosophies when it comes to innovation. “Innovation comes in many flavors,” Ken Segall said. “Sometimes it’s about creating revolutions, other times it’s about adding features. Sometimes it’s about creating things that people fall in love with, other times it’s simply about creating things.” According to Segall, Samsung’s approach to innovation is more about adding features and in most cases, at the expense of customers’ satisfaction: On the other hand,Read More

Posted On December 8, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Here’s How To Have Fun With Siri

The Guardian has put a list of ten intriguing and funny commands you should try out on Siri. There are as follow: Does Siri Stand For Seriously? 2.Tell Me a Poem 3. Siri, What Airplanes are Flying Over Me Now? 4. Change my Appointment With Dr. Smith From 11 a.m. to 9 a.m.  5. Do You Support Barrack Obama? 6. Beam Me Up! 7. Post to Facebook Walking Dead is Over and I am Depressed 8. Who Let the Dogs Out? 9. Set a 30 Minute Timer or Wakeup AlarmRead More
Writing for the Street,  John Martellaro explains what most longtime Apple fans already know, the innovation in the company’s rumoured TV product will be nothing like we’ve ever seen before. John Martellaro: Even more ironic is that the very outcry for innovation by Apple is a call for something new and unexpected. How can one demand the unexpected and yet arrogantly claim that Apple’s opportunity has disappeared? It’s a contradiction. Put another way, the window of opportunity for the Apple brand of exciting innovation, problem solving and elegant combination of hardware and software neverRead More

Posted On November 9, 2012By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

Apple Ranked The Most Innovated Company In 2012

  In the 2012 report for The Global Innovation Top 1000, Booz & Co. found that Apple is ranked number 1. The company has been conducting these studies for the last 8 years.This is for the third successive year Apple has been ranked top. According the website, these studies: [quote] Investigates the relationship between how much companies spend on R&D and their overall financial performance and long-term financial success—and every year, the study reinforces the conclusion that there is no correlation between the two. Instead, it is how companies leverageRead More