You`ve probably noticed a bit of a hot debate that is going on at the moment regarding Flash “vs” HTML5. Here I`m not going to defend Flash and Flex (since Flex is also concerned here) as well as I`m not going to say that HTML5 is the long awaited messiah that is going to bring… Continue reading Flash vs HTML5: a wrong debate
iPhone 5 may turn out to be Apple's best bet yet against Android range of Smartphones, thanks to iCloud and iOS 5. Apple may be the biggest technology company in the world but when it comes to Smartphones, Androids are outselling iPhones. The company has been facing a huge challenge from Android Smartphones lately. According… Continue reading Apple iCloud and iOS 5: Can they help iPhone 5 beat Android?
A recently published Distimo report states that “It is more challenging for developers in the Google Android Market than in the Apple App Store to monetize using a one-off fee monetization model.” Obviously, the reason for that is dominance of free apps on Android Market. Of course, ad based apps are a well known way… Continue reading Challenge to monetize free Android apps… is it a challenge?
The debate on the success of outsourcing as an industry seems to last endlessly. Over the years outsourcing contracts underwent a lot of changes – as the result we now see more multi-sourcing engagements and smaller focused contracts. In fact outsourcing contracts shrank in length or value per contract, but the relationship with the client… Continue reading Gartner’s outsourcing tip: “Don’t just seek the leaders blindly – determine which vendors are the right fit for your organization”
The old-fashioned PC paradigm has run out of gas. As conventional Windows systems are too hard to manage and pose too much of a security risk so that sales are declining. For lack of a better alternative, you may need to live with Windows for the foreseeable future. But now that the sins of Vista… Continue reading Windows 8 vs Windows 7: Hyper-Virtualization 3.0