By 2015: 349.1 million tablets and 1.95 billion mobile phones shipped worldwide.

That’s the new analysis from Gartner; if you consider the “dawn of the tablet age” to be January 2010 (when iPad’s first generation hit), that’s fairly substantial growth. (There were tablets as far back as 1997 by some arguments, although… Continue Reading

Blackberry seems to be going the way of Kodak, other epic business fails

Blackberry is abandoning efforts to sell itself, and the CEO is stepping down. As noted in the embedded video with that piece, Blackberry had half the U.S. smartphone market just five years ago; now it has roughly one percent. You can call this… Continue Reading