What does the history of mobile tell us abut the future of cars and VR?Read More
When you try to work out the market potential for something fundamentally new, you’re actually trying to resolve two, linked problems.
First, you have to look past what it is now, and see how much better and cheaper it might become
Second, you need to think about who would buy it now, and who else would buy it once it is better and cheaper, and how it might be used.
In tech, the cheap weak product generally gets better quicker than the good expensive product gets cheaper. But in mobile, the good expensive product has generally got cheaper faster than the cheap, weak product got goodRead More
Unfair but relevant comparisons are the most interesting and important kinds. An unfair comparison generally means an unfair advantage, and this isn't the Olympics - unfair is good. Customers don't care if a company's advantage is unfair. Investors don't care. Unfair advantages are often the best kind.Read More