As a response to my previously posted blog Google Glass Sucks and it’s Dead? Wait, what?! : Google announced it was ending the Glass Explorer program yesterday (on the 15th) and handing over the reins to Nest’s Tony Fadell, it seemed to exit with more of a whimper than a scream. Let’s face it, from its earliest … Continue reading Google Glass is A Dead Enterprise Wearable with Lost Potential
new research discusses why established big technology companies are actually well positioned to take a major share of the IoT market, and fend off startups.
Customer discovery and idea building can not be done in the office or lab. You must Get Out Of The Building to do so, and do it well.
A new mobile app, GotIT, hopes to be a one-stop social networking app for shopping in Israel and across the world. Social media is a boon for businesses, providing a cheap way to get the word out on products and services, aimed at the specific demographics most likely to use them.
Vuzix’s is getting ready to take on Google Glass with the M100. To do so, it has teamed up with Amazon to sell an exclusive “prosumer” through its recently introduced Wearable Tech store.
In the last few months, and more so, in the last few weeks, the web is filling up with bad reviews on the Google Glass. So, does the wearable device that started it all is ready dead?
Lately the MAKERS Movement has been talked about in many places and occasions. Being a Maker means to have a set of diverse capabilities, in both the digital and the physical worlds. But Makers existed for many years, so why is this term, The MAKERS Movement, only now comes to life and what makes today’s Maker different … Continue reading The MAKERS Movement and Your Place In It
Startups and Entrepreneurs seeking for financing are rejected, about 99% of them. This reality is harsh to acknowledge, especially if you are on the side being rejected. Angels and Venture Capital companies are not your enemy, rather they can be your valuable friend.
When using in-app purchase to monetize on your mobile app, you should do it correct the first time or-else the customer wont give you another chance.
A basic tenet of running lean is validating a product or feature ideally without having to building it first. This makes complete sense when you look at every product or feature as it’s own customer factory.