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Google are synonymous with search, and by extension, discovery. Their meteoric rise to prominence and commercial success has attracted accolades and a near implicit sense of trust from those that use their ubiquitous search tools. However, competition is still fierce and the future of the web is so much more than mere search…

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Google trading quality and security for market share?


Google are experiencing something of a downer this past several days, much of which leaves a huge question mark hanging over their qualitative approach to Android.


Siri speaks, the future is found


Maybe you didn’t notice, but on October the 4th 2011, Apple entered the search engine market with Siri, and from that moment on, casual search will never be the same…


BlackBerry on the brink?


The BlackBerry line of mobile phones may have become loyal companions to travelling businessmen, but with competitors ever encroaching on its market share, the company has had to refocus its strategies after seeing how much money could be made by orientating some of their devices towards everyday consumers rather than the enterprise.


A legal revolution to re-start innovation evolution


Innovation is expensive and wasteful, and it doesn’t matter if you’re living tissue or leading-edge technology, the same rules apply. What we need is a revolution in patent legislation to help start an evolution of innovation…


Experience is everything — just ask Apple


Apple’s iPad is amazingly successful. The reasons for the success are there for all to see. But why can no one ape Apple’s success? Because what they’ve achieved is almost impossible to replicate, and I know why…


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