I got this image from the slides below. I’m surprise to see that:
* Japan loves Apple. I mean they’re known to be so advanced regarding mobile devices with their DOCOMO. But it seems they’re ditching their own for Apple.
* Nokia is still number 2, and I think Android and Blackberry have still a lot of catching up to do. And, looking at it, it seems, it’ll be really stupid for them to make Windows their flagship mobile OS.
* Android is most popular in South Korea – not the surprising thing. The surprising thing is that it just shows how nationalistic South Koreans are — for buying their Samsung / LG phones over iPhone.
* Blackberry – If the infograph is true, it confirms that they’re really in trouble. But probably only to the individual consumer. They’re probably still strong with the enterprise — companies who wants to keep track of their employees. =)
* You might be more profitable making symbian apps over Android. I guess Android does well with creating hardware using it, than creating software for it. Or, create hardware and software and sell them as one.
We’ll I’d like to believe to. It’s just sooo yummy cute. I want to eat it!
It just makes me wonder why in Cebu, Philippines, it’s easy to put up a resto business but not a software business. We’ll just put up a little BBQ stall, & people will never miss it. It might not be a hit but you will never be zeroed.
And, I thought that because:
- we have a population of food consumers, but not much of web / app consumers. It goes both ways. Web / tech consumerism has just started. So it will be probably take more time that we can all internalize it, and then these web consumers will become creators. Just like we eat too much lechon, that creating a business out of it will not be much of a struggle.
- the web / app consumers are the younger gens which do not have much buying power. So we probably have to wait for them until they can afford and sell software to them. The older gens are still ‘hardware’ era – it’s about LCD tv and stereo.
And oh my food has arrived. But basically that’s the thought.
Espinosa narrated Globe’s transgressions or “false” claims:
- it opposed text interconnection in 1999,
- it opposed bucket price offerings between Smart and Piltel,
- it rejoiced in the PLDT-Digitel deal believing, wrongly, that PLDT would put an end to Sun’s unlimited services,
- PLDT and Globe are interconnected and continue to interconnect
You simply have to create a new tweet with the text “i -” (that’s a minus character and don’t type the quotes) and click Update, don’t worry it won’t actually post this message to Twitter. You should then notice that you get a status message informing you that the login details have been reset. Simple once you know how.
Saving this for future reference.