Apple Financial Results: Returning to the mean?

Finding it difficult to decide but this almost looks like iPhone sales are returning to a linear growth path that existed before the iPhone 6…

Apple Financial Results: Live coverage – Six Colors

Google Jamboard…

Oh great. Now almost everyone has launched a collaborative digital board. There must be at least ten versions of the same product and no way of interfacing them all.

The newest addition to G Suite, Jamboard is a collaborative, digital whiteboard that makes it easy for your team to share ideas and create without boundaries.

Jamboard — the whiteboard, reimagined for collaboration in the cloud

Working with the millennial generation…

It seems to be some sort of sport to agree that it’s difficult to work with the millennial generation.

They can’t, think, plan, execute, concentrate, multi-task, (fill in your own comment here).

Personally, I believe it’s all rubbish and watching this changeover that required planning, cool heads, teamwork and the foresight for someone to film it, I think that the facts are on my side.

Watch this insanely fast high school theater costume quick change / Boing Boing

Microsoft has found its future…

Microsoft Azure, Office, Windows, Xbox revenue growth: CHART – Business Insider

These are seriously good results and a massive confirmation of their strategy.

In the last few weeks; Microsoft, Amazon and IBM have all knocked the ball out of the park. I get the feeling that we know what the B2B market will look like for the next decade.

Why I won’t be buying Netflix…

Quantifying Netflix’s Catalog Quality +

Until the coverage of the major video sites comes close to those of the music sights the fees are not going to be worth it for me.

Twitter is in takeover talks…

Twitter is in takeover talks with Google,, and other potential buyers

Twitter is in takeover talks with Google,, and other potential buyers

If it’s just Twitter on the block then Disney is the right home for Twitter.

However, what really makes sense to me is that Google basically hires Jack Dorsey. This means buying Twitter and Square. Google has a poor payments system and has struggled for years trying to build a social network. Jack is the answer to both.

Random thoughts…