Fitbit
According to Reuters, Google has made an offer to acquire Fitbit. The report explicitly states that there is no certainty that the offer will lead to a deal. But think about this… what could Google/Alphabet be thinking? Google’s existing wearable strategy is not working. Fitbit’s wearable strategy is not working. WearOS requires more processing power and battery life than can be had in a smartwatch, so the user experience is awful (and I’m being kind).... Continue Reading →
Galaxy Fold
When I received my first Samsung Galaxy Fold review unit several months ago, I was delighted with the 7.3″ screen, computational power and, of course, the fact that the Fold, folded. Although the device that I was given never malfunctioned, I know several other reviewers had issues with the first iteration of the device and... Continue Reading →
iPhone 11
In case you missed it, Apple announced its new iPhone 11 line of smartphones yesterday. Here’s everything we know about the new devices and services featured in the press conference. I have been in an abusive relationship with Apple since the mid 80s. They keep torturing me and I keep buying their products. From the... Continue Reading →

Apple: Innovative or Iterative?

Shelly Palmer on CNN
Are Apple's new iPhones (11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max) innovative or just variations on a theme? Shelly Palmer speak with Amara Walker on CNN Today about the state of the smartphone business and what Apple and Samsung are doing well (and not so well). Original Airdate: September 10, 2019... Continue Reading →

Samsung Galaxy Fold

Samsung Galaxy Fold
Shelly Palmer unveils the Samsung Galaxy Fold on Fox 5’s Good Day Wake Up, and there’s only one word that describes this Android phone; that word is wow! Original Airdate: April 16, 2019... Continue Reading →

The Race to 5G Supremacy

Shelly Palmer
Shelly Palmer and Richard Quest discuss the race to 5G domination, major brands pulling ad's from YouTube, and Nike's share descent on CNN’s Quest Means Business. Original Airdate: February 21, 2019... Continue Reading →