It’s no secret to anyone who has read this blog for any time at all that I am a fan of Sweetlabs. The company has shown an almost uncanny ability to read future trends and adapt appropriately. You may know the company for their product Pokki. I first wrote about Sweetlabs in 2012 when they were introducing Pokki as a...

Using Windows 8 on a desktop might give you an idea of how the whole thing will work in the tablet world- but it’s just not the same. Unfortunately, I only have an iPad 2 and a few Android tablets laying around, nothing that runs Windows 8. Or so you might think. A while back, Splashtop released a version of its...

With Windows 8, Microsoft have started down the road to platform unification. I’ve spoken before on what the end game would be for a unified Microsoft – Phone, Tablets, Bing, Xbox, PC’s, Laptops, Servers etc all communicating with each other via cloud based web services. I started thinking about what our lives would look...

On multiple occasions I’ve talked about how crucial Nokia could possibly be to Microsoft’s future success both for Windows 8 and Windows Phone. While Nokia may not be the giant it was in year’s past, it is still a powerful contender that has put its faith in Microsoft for its future in the smartphone market, and not the...

Microsoft has said it is taking steps to “align” the smartphone OS with its future tablet and PC OSes. This blog has talked about how Microsoft’s grand plan is to make usage and user experience consistent across Microsoft-based phones, PCs and tablets. I fully expect Microsoft to take steps to unify the code base of...