Monthly Archives: April 2015

Google’s Fi wireless service- Opportunities and Challenges

As expected, Google announced its wireless service, Project Fi on the 22nd of April. Details about the program as just filtering in but this is a high level take on what it means to the mobile operator ecosystem/model and implications for handset and wireless device makers. This is a pretty exciting development that could have […]

The Dawn of a new day for Drones

There has always been a vision for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) in cities and fields and industrial areas across the world doing the things that are challenging for humans to do. Some of it has been happening for a while now like automated seed dispersers in fields, disaster response and more. Thanks to Jeff Bezos […]

Making the case for FitBit in the era of the Apple Watch

Last week, I wrote about how Pebble Time, a startup making smartwatches can survive and thrive in the era of the Apple Watch. In this post, I lay out my arguments for why FitBit can and hopefully will thrive in the same world. A little over two and a half years ago, I decided to […]

Making a case for Pebble in the era of Apple Watch

If you were not living on Mars for the past few months, Apple is building a smart watch which goes on sale on April 10. Like with any new Apple product, there has been intense speculation, scrutiny and tons of pre-analysis on the use, viability and potential of the product even before the first order […]