Monthly Archives: February 2014


One of the big hypes at mwc this year is privacy and the blackphone is making its bang with its PrivatOS – a security-oriented Android build in techcrunch article. Remember how blackberry stormed the corporate mobile handset market with their secure e-mail? It always seems to be hardware before software, […]

Blackphone at #mwc14: when are we getting an app that ...


This is a fantastic visualisation that allows you to filter and track the last 15 years of purchases of todays internet colossus. The genius interactive timeline, allows you to clearly visualise the battlefields: e-commerce, advertising, hardware and content, among others. http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/25/the-age-of-acquisitions/ Extract from the post below. Trends crystallized by the Simply […]

Repost Techcrunch: Visualizing 15 Years Of Acquisitions By Apple, Google, ...


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One of the biggest paradigm shifts large corporates like Microsoft (mentioned in a recent post) and Nokia face is stopping the adjustment of reality to these companies’ processes, while making business decisions. I’ll give an example. Company A is trying to enter a new market and they build a go […]

Risk management in the digital age: How Nokia & Microsoft ...



  It never ceases to amaze me how entrepreneurial people are. Bieber was one of the first ones to take advantage of a video camera, self-confidence and creativity (and some mom) and use the web to jump to stardom. The great thing is not everyone must become a star – […]

Why the web (in whatever device you consume it) is ...


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16Bn sounds like a lot – but it’s a fact that disruption is already happening in social media, and snapchat, line, kik and obviously whatsapp are some of the responsible entities. So 16Bn for 10 minutes each day of time spent by users on a mobile phone, sounds like a […]

Why facebook spent 16Bn buying the engagement tool for the ...


Looks like springtime is coming, and today Clapham Common was just perfect for a morning stroll and for a few shots. Here’s one of them, taken with Nikon D3100 with a Macro Lens 10x.            

Springtime in London



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Google’s blogger was my first choice to build my website and start sharing my thoughts (at least the digital ones) with whomever is interested in reading them. Also, i believe in the reign of content, and i’m sure well written and marketed content will go places on the world wide […]

Blogger vs. WordPress


The announcement of an IPO from King.com has brought up the usual facebook-like articles, of Candy crush is dead, or why it’s already dropping in users, etc. Like my previous article about why facebook is not dead, modern gaming companies are not dead – and their business models are based […]

Bah-zynga! Why King.com’s IPO is a no-brainer and the company ...


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For the past few days, Ad:tech India 2014 has been interacting with me on twitter raising some interesting points and trying to figure out the future of Digital. The dialogue began around one of my blog posts, laying out one of the many paths of embracing the digital reality brands and […]

Data is the new partner for cloud, social and mobile ...