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Tuesday
Jun242014

Gunning for Google

 

Forget about orange. In the high-stakes world of mobile e-commerce, gunning for Google is the new black. Three industry stalwarts have all taken aim this month to neutralize Google. If it wants to fight fire with fire, then here are four points the internet titan should nail at Google I/O this week.

Check out my new video HERE.

And my Information Week column HERE.

Wednesday
Jun182014

It's No iPhone. It's a buyPhone!

After days of rumor-chasing and breathless anticipation, Amazon unveiled its new smartphone. Called the Amazon Fire Phone, it’s got some pretty cool features. And as expected, it is first and foremost a “buyPhone.” It takes shopping to a whole new level here.

Given how much Amazon stands to gain by getting this phone in our hands, the price is head-scratchingly high. At $199, it's competitive. But it's not an offer we can't refuse.

Watch the full video HERE.

Wednesday
Jun182014

Amazon, AT&T and the "Sell Phone"

Saturday
Jun142014

Enter the aPhone

Watch for Amazon’s long-rumored device to usher in a new era of commerce-optimized smartphones. Call it the industry’s first sell phone. With the Amazon-tailored shopping device in your back pocket, however, you just might be tempted to call it your first buyPhone.

Read the entire column on InformationWeek.

Saturday
Jun072014

A Lesson for NetFlix, Courtesy AT&T

This week, Verizon added to NetFlix' frustration, apparently adopting Comcast's throughput-throttling negotiation tactics. Check out my new video here to find out what NetFlix might learn from AT&T's acquisition of DirecTV.