Google Phone … Cometh!

25 09 2008

It’s on the way, Oct. 22…the Google Phone is coming…this will change everything.  Check it out:


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New Tech Tuesday — Google Phone

1 07 2008

Okay, so I’m starting a new weekly blog post dedicated to new digital technologies.  With the new version of iPhone coming next Friday, i thought the new Google Phone (yet to be officially announced) would be a good debut topic.

In fact, it’s getting enough buzz that Wired has dedicated an article to it this month.  The best concept shot I could find was at…if it comes close to being this cool I think iPhone will have some healthy competition.

Now, I truly don’t think Google is even concerned about the hardware.  That has never been their game, or we would’ve seen a Google browser by now.  No, they are interested in the software / OS opportunity.  The more installs and users, the more Google advertising that can be monetized.  One thing is for sure, they will revolutionize Mobile OS just like they did the search engine world.  Knowing the innovation and superior creativity that comes out of Google, it’s bound to lead the pack in the Mobile world.

We are watching a new OS develop through devices that are much more portable and involved in our day to day lives.  Taking the temperature of the climate, I would bet on Apple and Google to be lead pioneers in this new frontier.

A New OS Platform

11 06 2008

We are watching history unfold right before our eyes….and amazingly, it’s the third Mr. Steve Jobs has delivered it!  We all know what the mac did for graphic design, video, music studios, home computers, and the list goes on.  And, it’s not too hard to see what that little white headphoned digital player did to a fragmented industry.

Now we are seeing the SDK community gather around a new OS platform that is revolutionizing the mobile world as I write.  It’s funny to say, a mere 10 – 12 years ago this brick was cutting edge:

Now we have a smart phone that taps into lifestyle, enterprise, and pop culture at light speed.  Steve Jobs is the Wikipedia entry for Innovation! I’ll leave you with this quote from Jobs:

“Innovation has nothing to do with how many R&D dollars you have. When Apple came up with the Mac, IBM was spending at least 100 times more on R&D. It’s not about money. It’s about the people you have, how you’re led, and how much you get it.”
— Fortune, Nov. 9, 1998