Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Facebook Phone

There has been a lot of speculation in the last couple of weeks about Facebook making its own phone. I wanted to write a post on what this could mean to the eco-system in general and Facebook in particular. Facebook has not had a good month by any yard stick. What should have been a […]

Yahoo!’s new browser product- Yahoo! Axis

Earlier this evening Yahoo! launched an interesting browser product named theAxis. There are tons of early reviews already out. Quite a few of them are positive. Here are some reviews from Ars, The Verge, Engadget and Gizmodo. I gave it a spin on my wife’s iPhone 4S and here are my impressions. Yahoo!’s Identity Crisis […]

Is your smartphone (and the mobile OS) a reflection of you?

For much of the early years of the cellphone revolution, it was cool to actually own a device. It was expensive to buy and even more expensive to make calls on. Most cellphones otherwise known as Nokia and Motorola handsets were clunky and unimaginative. The only innovation in terms of design and handset appearance was […]