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Wake me up when the iPhone 42 comes out

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Here we go again. The clouds part, and another iPhone descends from the heavens. What mystical secrets will be written on the device’s extra-large, 640-by-1,136-pixel Retina display? Will there be earthshaking new features? Will it contain the answer to the question of life, the universe, and everything? Not likely....
Wake me up when the iPhone 42 comes out
Déjà Vu: Android Tops Apple In Tablets, Too

As iPad's Market Share Falls, Must Profits Follow?

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Apple's share of the tablet market has plummeted from 90% to 38.8% in just three years, and it's certain to continue to fall. It has to. Apple's business model demands it. In early 2011 I wrote: Apple is fantastic at fostering growth in new markets. It is terrible at maintaining...
As iPad's Market Share Falls, Must Profits Follow?
Can smartphone vendors survive with Apple and Samsung dominating the industry?

Vodafone in line for £3bn payout from Verizon

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Phone company begins to reap dividends of 45% stake in US venture - and profit share could be repeated soonVodafone is set to cement its position as the most generous dividend payer on the London Stock Exchange after analysts said it could enjoy a bumper £3bn payout from its US...
Vodafone in line for £3bn payout from Verizon

7 signs that Android is faltering as iOS strengthens

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Based on a growing number of datapoints, Android’s sales dominance may be nearing its apex while iOS is on the rise. Even as a daily user of both an Android smartphone and tablet, I can’t deny the facts that Android’s partners aren’t doing as well as they used to. The...
7 signs that Android is faltering as iOS strengthens

Apple Controls 75% Of The Profits In The Key Mobile OEM Space

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Apple Controls 75% Of The Profits In The Key Mobile OEM Space: Speaking of crazy charts… these great ones by Horace Dediu of Asymco are just bonkers. In the first, you’ll see that Apple retains the top rank in profitability among mobile phone OEMs for the third straight year… In...
Apple Controls 75% Of The Profits In The Key Mobile OEM Space

Apple, Android and a truckload of watermelons

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Looking at market share vs. profit share every which way to Sunday. FORTUNE -- "Have you heard this one?" asks John Kirk in Android's Market Share is Literally a Joke, a Tech.pinions piece posted Thursday. It starts like this: Two farmers bought a truckload of watermelons, paying five dollars apiece for...
Apple, Android and a truckload of watermelons

Elevation Partners' Roger McNamee Slams Android, Microsoft and Yahoo in One Fell Scoop

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Venture capitalist Roger McNamee took on a number of the big tech companies on Wednesday, arguing that most of Silicon Valley’s giants are failing to innovate. “I am really frustrated when I look at Microsoft or Yahoo or even Google, remarkably enough, because it feels to me they are not...
Elevation Partners' Roger McNamee Slams Android, Microsoft and Yahoo in One Fell Scoop

Three months from today, Google Play will have more total app downloads than Apple

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Two weeks ago Apple announced that it hit 50 billion apps served. That’s the last major milestone the first big player in the mobile app market will hit first. What goes up, I suppose, must come down. As sure...
Three months from today, Google Play will have more total app downloads than Apple

Vodafone says data services offer biggest growth opportunity

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Income from connecting smartphones to internet is up 22%, helping balance decline in voice call revenuesVodafone has pinned its hopes for growth on digital, with income from connecting smartphones to the internet up 22%, helping balance voice call revenue declines and a tough trading environment in Europe."Data services offer the...
Vodafone says data services offer biggest growth opportunity

With 8.7% market share, Apple has 75% of cell phone profits

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Between them, Samsung and Apple are sucking up 91% of the winnings Click to enlarge. Source: Asymco.com Asymco's Horace Dediu on Friday updated his quarterly review of  mobile phone profits, and the news for everybody but Apple (AAPL) just gets worse. As the iPhone's share of the market in terms of units...
With 8.7% market share, Apple has 75% of cell phone profits
This Trend Is Very Worrisome For Apple
Why Market Share Matters For Apple's iPhone (AAPL, GOOG)
How One Developer Reached 150,000 App Downloads Without Advertising

Apple's Share of Profits Among Top Mobile Phone Vendors Hits 75%

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asymco's Horace Dediu has released his latest calculations of revenue and profits in the global mobile phone industry, finding that Apple has increased its share of the top vendors' profits to 75%. Samsung followed in second place with 16% of industry profits while no other vendor accounted for more...
Apple's Share of Profits Among Top Mobile Phone Vendors Hits 75%

Random House accused of 'predatory' contracts for new ebook imprint

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Writers' organisation charges Hydra, a digital-only science fiction imprint, with offering 'horrendously bad' terms to authorsThe Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) organisation has attacked Random House's new Hydra imprint calling it "predatory" and "exploitative".It comes after the association removed the digital-only SF imprint from the list of...
Random House accused of 'predatory' contracts for new ebook imprint
SoCal Angel Summit Focuses Attention of $1 Billion on 3 Finalist Companies

Why doesn't Apple cut its prices and sell more iPhones?

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The market share vs. profit share debate rages on. FORTUNE - Android's Market Share Is Literally a Joke, John Kirk's provocative analysis of the smartphone wars, has caused quite a stir since it was posted Thursday on Tech.pinions. "Scoring by market share alone and ignoring profit," he writes in one of several sports...
Why doesn't Apple cut its prices and sell more iPhones?

And Then There Were Two...

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And Then There Were Two...: John Gruber: By profit share, on the other hand, according to Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkley, last year Apple took 69 percent of the handset industry's profits; Samsung took 34. For just the last quarter, the numbers were 72 percent for Apple, 29 for...
And Then There Were Two...
With Earnings Around The Corner, Apple's Growth Prospects Are Gloomy

How To Make Online Video A Sustainable Business

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It was a packed house Tuesday night at Busby's East in Los Angeles as online video heavyweights gathered to discuss the future of the medium. Tubefilter founder Drew Baldwin moderated a panel that featured Chill co-founder and chief-executive Brian Norgard, mainstream actor turned online director Michael Urie, and Dan Dobi, the filmmaker behind the YouTube...
How To Make Online Video A Sustainable Business

Apple & Samsung's "Profit Share" Trap

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Over the past few days, there has been a lot of noise in the tech media about the supremacy of "profit share" over "market share", specifically related to Apple's performance in the smartphone market (but it can be extended to Samsung as well). Most proponents of this argument seem...
Apple & Samsung's "Profit Share" Trap
CHART OF THE DAY: Samsung Could Pass Apple To Become The Most Profitable Smartphone Company (AAPL)
Investor Ben Horowitz on why Apple may win the mobile war

Jason Calacanis vs. David Heinemeier Hansson on This Week in Startups

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An intense debate about business models, bubbles, capitalism, quality of live, market share vs. profit share, and a variety of other related topics from episode 46 of This Week in Startups. This is really good stuff. (There’s 47 minutes of material before the interview. The video above picks up where...
Jason Calacanis vs. David Heinemeier Hansson on This Week in Startups

Apple, Samsung and the 'profit share trap'

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The current state of affairs, writes an analyst from Hyderabad, is untenable. FORTUNE -- In the midst of a loud debate over which matters most in the smartphone wars -- market share or profit share -- Sameer Singh calmly analyzes the situation from the perspective of disruption theory. Writing on...
Apple, Samsung and the 'profit share trap'

BlackBerry adds ex-Verizon, Sony Ericsson chiefs to its board of directors

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BlackBerry's resurgence doesn't just require spiffy new software and devices, it also needs business-types who can talk about things like "profit share" and "equity ratios." That's why the company has coaxed former Verizon VP Richard Lynch away from his golf clubs and onto its refreshed board of directors. He's...
BlackBerry adds ex-Verizon, Sony Ericsson chiefs to its board of directors

Fat Kid Rules The World: Fundraising On Kickstarter & Then Lets Fans Host Own Theatrical Showings With Profit Share

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I first heard about the movie Fat Kid Rules The World a few weeks ago, when someone sent me to the Kickstarter page they set up for fundraising. I saw the movie was being directed (and the Kickstarter campaign was being run) by Matthew Lillard, who I like as an...
Fat Kid Rules The World: Fundraising On Kickstarter & Then Lets Fans Host Own Theatrical Showings With Profit Share
iPad mini promises big sales volumes--yet a teeny, tiny profit
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