Blog  Remarketables

Remarketables 11.15.11

This week's collection of remarkable links from the marketing team.

10 Hidden Google Tricks.

Fail Upwards: Sometimes the best thing to happen to you is not getting what you want.

Blog  Remarketables

Remarketables 8.22.11

This week's collection of remarkable links, curated by the frog marketing team.

 

Do You Suffer from Decision Fatigue?

Renovating the Fifth Avenue Cube: Apple's invisible advantage.

Blog  Amphibious

Google and Motorola: Will it Blend?

The shockwaves of the recent announcement that Google is buying Motorola Mobility, the handset and device division that spun off from the Motorola mother ship not long ago, will continue to ripple far and wide. There are several reasons why this could be a great boost for Android, but also some major concerns about getting the two companies and their product lines to blend well

Blog  Object Oriented

Google-Motorola: The Hardware Story

Google’s purchase of Motorola’s mobile phone division was major news on Monday, but not entirely surprising to industry insiders. Indeed, a fierce battle has been raging in the smart-phone world, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. The ultimate winner will largely control the future trajectory of personal computing.

Blog  Remarketables

Remarketables 7.26.11

This week's collection of remarkable links, curated by the frog marketing team.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation offers 42 million in potty grants for the reinvention of the toilet.

Dark Patterns: How online companies capitalize on our mental weaknesses.

Proof that you can do anything in the Apple store. You can even bring in your pet goat.

Blog  Remarketables

Remarketables 6.29.11

This week's collection of remarkable links, curated by the frog marketing team.

Facebook's newest challenger: Google Plus.

Blog  Remarketables

Remarketables 6.22.11

This week's collection of remarkable links, curated by the frog marketing team.

Dear Photo: A project that calls on people to take a picture of a picture from their past in the present.

Hipstamatic/Instagrams: A reflection of a larger trend in society to create "nostalgia for the present."

Blog  Amphibious

Why iCloud Will be as Important as the iPod

Apple's World Wide Developers Conference keynote last week will be remembered for two things: the bloodbath of disrupted developers and apps it left in its wake, and that it was as important for cloud services as the iPod was for digital music, and that the iPhone was for smartphones.

Blog  frogs on the road

Will Android Rule the World?

If the jam-packed Android booth at Mobile World Congress, the ubiquity of the robot logo, and the line of people queuing up 2 hours ahead of Erik Schmidt's (swan song) keynote, then the answer is "yes." The booth actually had a nice vibe to it; though it was crowded, it was also quite easy going and people were enjoying themselves. There was a nice smoothie bar making interesting flavored drinks named after Android releases (Honeycomb, etc.). The entire space was really focused on app and hardware partners showing off their wares (all wearing matching t-shirts no doubt provided by Google - take that fragmentation!)

Blog  Amphibious

Google Has its Work Cut Out

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