It’s been an interesting summer in the technology race for ultimate world domination. I am of course referring to both the troubles at RIM, the acquisition of Motorola by Google and the recent resignation from Apple by co-founder Steve Jobs.
It will be interesting to see where these Big Three end up. Will losing Steve Jobs help RIM regain its share? Will Google be successful in breaking out from the pack? Will Apple continue to lead the market?
It’s an exciting race for power that will affect us all. Not quite the cold war of yesteryear but nonetheless one that will determine how we get our digital fix. As mobile and tablet’s begin to capture both user and developer imaginations and businesses struggle in this new wild frontier to keep abreast of the latest technology, the customer is in the driving seat. For the first time consumerism is leading the way with demands for interactive technology and engaging content rather than marketing departments pushing out uninspired product.
Demands for BBM, interactive screen technology and an app for everything is surely bringing us one step closer to a Jetsonesque reality. The question is – who will be running the iNet when we get there?
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