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In Love With The Amazon Echo Dot

In Love With The Amazon Echo Dot

I agree that the technology is still in its infancy, and there are still some problems with infrastructure and app store, BUT Amazon delivers a small and smart product that serves as an easy entry into the future voice-dominated world. It is still early and more a gimmick instead of anything real, but to be able to play music, radio, listen to audio books, ordering FMCGs, dim your light and wake you up or simply remember your grocery list, Alexa will develop fast in the next 18 months.

Entering The Digital Workplace Era

Entering The Digital Workplace Era

Virtual reality is going to be big in the future and it might just be the platform that will substitute the laptop. Today you turn on your laptop and got your desktop with applications ahead. Tomorrow you might wake up and just put on VR glasses and you find yourself in a different reality where everything can be virtually processed and shown to you. Writing an email, fixing a machine, scanning for viruses...

What Will You Buy In 2017 - Apple Vs. Microsoft?

What Will You Buy In 2017 - Apple Vs. Microsoft?

There is a new competition in 2017 of who will have the best and most attractive technology devices. I would love to see something entirely new from Apple, but the new products from Microsoft and the new entries by Google promise a pretty nice year.

So I am curious, what will you want to buy in 2017? Will you upgrade your current gear, will you change your platform entirely?

Finally: Super Mario On The Go!

Finally: Super Mario On The Go!

Seeing Pokémon GO doing so great on mobile, I think this gave Nintendo the wake-up call that their IPs are so valuable and also playable on other platforms to dive into this for them new and huge market.

Becoming Steve Jobs (Book Review) - "Here's to the crazy ones"

Becoming Steve Jobs (Book Review) - "Here's to the crazy ones"

But besides highlighting the hits and famous stories of Steve and his companies this particular book gives a very candit view on the development of THE pioneer of the computer industry. In itself it is a perfect addition to the official biography written by Walter Issacson called "Steve Jobs" in 2011.

Why this book matters