Apple Reports Record Third Quarter Results →

The Company posted quarterly revenue of $49.6 billion and quarterly net profit of $10.7 billion, or $1.85 per diluted share. These results compare to revenue of $37.4 billion and net profit of $7.7 billion, or $1.28 per diluted share, in the year-ago quarter. Compared to Microsoft and Google’s $22.2 and $17.7 billion(respectively). ∞Permalink

The Angel VC: The evolution of the SaaS landing page →

Christoph Janz on the evolution of SaaS landing pages: When you look at the landing pages (or homepages or marketing sites, however you want to call them) of today’s SaaS companies, they usually look quite beautiful. They typically have a clean, simple and friendly look, with very little text and a lot of images or …

Google’s product strategy: Make two of everything →

Found this on Hacker News after I posted the previous link about Google’s cost cutting. Ron Amdeo from Ars Tecnica wrote this back in October 2014: Google likes to have multiple, competing products that go after the same user base. That way, if one product doesn’t work out, hopefully the other one will. Throwing shit at …

Amazon may sell 3-5 million tablets in Q4: Forrester

Amazon may sell 3-5 million tablets in Q4: Forrester Amazon is not going to create a Kindle/iPad hybrid. Jeff Bezos knows that LCD technology can’t match e-ink for real reading. That is why I wouldn’t expect the current Kindle form factor to go out the door like most analyst are predicting. If anything Amazon could …

Evernote’s $50 Million in Funding Goal: Build a Hundred Year Company

Evernote’s $50 Million in Funding Goal: Build a Hundred Year Company This is great strategic thinking: So when we make any big decision, whether in fund-raising, or product design, or partnership strategy, we ask, “would this make it more or less likely that we’ll be around in a hundred years”, and if the answer is …

Why Android will gain HUGE tablet marketshare later this year

Why Android will gain HUGE tablet marketshare later this year Robert Scobles’s vision of Android tablet future is of single app devices for business and institutions. Apart from the low margins the device manufacturer earns(if they’re lucky), who else gets to win here? Do developers get to sell dozens of apps? Does Google make any …