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Why the Apple iPad Shipments Continue to Decline

David H Deans
The global outlook for media tablet shipments will further evolve as vendor diversification occurs and emerging markets drive more growth.
Why the Apple iPad Shipments Continue to Decline

Selling a Phenomenon

BradJoe
Selling starts with defining your purpose, telling your story, and pursuing the affinity you have for your vision, that others may have that same affinity for you.
Selling a Phenomenon

Does Apple Pay Spell the End for Banks?

Chris Measures
The launch of Apple Pay in the US this week is the newest threat to traditional banks. So what can banks do to out-innovate the likes of Apple? And can they change a culture still built on retail, branch-based banking to reflect a modern, mobile-first lifestyle?
Does Apple Pay Spell the End for Banks?

Why Google is the Mobile Media Leader in America

David H Deans
comScore released data reporting key trends in the U.S. smartphone industry for August 2014. Google Android led as the number one smartphone platform with 52 percent platform market share.
Why Google is the Mobile Media Leader in America

Apple Watch, Wearable Tech, and the Social Media Future

BradFriedman
The newest wearable tech from Apple arrives in stores in early 2015, giving you plenty of time to check out the specs, see what all the hype is about, recover from any potential “the future is now” moments you encounter along the way, and ponder how things could change in the next few months for wearable tech, social media, and life as we know it.
Apple Watch, Wearable Tech, and the Social Media Future

Apple’s Stumble into Fall Demonstrates the Double-Edged Sword of Brand Attachment

Leslie Nuccio
Apple’s Fall season has been less-than-stellar from a social sentiment perspective, and social media channels have been lit up with everything from rants about U2 to competitor ad campaigns. This is bad news for Apple, of course, but it’s also good news: if people didn’t care, they wouldn’t bother talking about it.
Apple’s Stumble into Fall Demonstrates the Double-Edged Sword of Brand Attachment

What the New iPhone 6 Plus Reveals About the Future of Work

Daniel Green
The rise of cloud computing has enabled mobile devices to fulfil most computing tasks so that “any trade-offs are outweighed by the convenience and flexibility provided by the mobile devices."
What the New iPhone 6 Plus Reveals About the Future of Work

How Is the iPhone 6 Made? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Mike_Velocity
The iPhone 6 has arrived. Many people queued to get their grubby mitts on one and the feedback has been generally positive, although the bendy iPhone6 Plus has raised a few eye-brows. It takes a lot to get these phones into people’s hands though – this infographic intrigued us, so we though we’d share it with you.
How Is the iPhone 6 Made? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Business Risk: Disrupting the Disruptor

SocialBizGuy
Because of companies like Apple, market analysts have created a frenzy around disruptive technologies. This word 'disruptive' is now being used to justify risky business decisions.
Business Risk: Disrupting the Disruptor

Apple Anoints NFC Mobile Payments: Now People Will Finally Use It

Chris Horton
With Apple going all in on Apple Pay, NFC mobile payments are finally here to stay. Apple CEO Tim Cook said. “We’re gonna start by focusing on payments. Payments is a huge business. Every day between credit and debit we spend 12 billion dollars. That’s over 4 trillion dollars a year, and that’s just in the United States…"
Apple Anoints NFC Mobile Payments: Now People Will Finally Use It