Posts Tagged “apple”

User-Led Innovation Can’t Create Breakthroughs; Just Ask Apple and Ikea

by Lance on March 7, 2011

Companies should lead their users, not the other way around. The user is king. It’s a phrase that’s repeated over and over again as a mantra: Companies must become user-centric. But there’s a problem: It doesn’t work. Here’s the truth: (…)

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Ping, a social network for music.

by Lance on September 2, 2010

Introducing the new iTunes with Ping. Apple is finally entering the social network arena with a niche service all for music, all built-in using iTunes. My first impression: Mainly inspired by Zune Network and Last.FM Apple dropped a hint on (…)

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Going Mobile.

by Lance on August 11, 2010

Finally got my very first Macbook PRO, its a 15″ 2.66Ghz Core i7, 4GB DDR3 RAM, Nvidia 330M 512MB, anti-glare display and opted for the hi-res screen. I originally prefer the sexy black bezel but too bad the glare is (…)

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Macbook Pro now with i7/i5

by Lance on April 14, 2010

  Apple finally released the long awaited refresh to the Macbook Pro line. The i7 2.66Ghz is available only for the high-end 15″ and 17″ models, according to Apple marketing for this configuration battery power should be around 8-9hrs (wow!). (…)

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On Users and Innovation

by Lance on February 5, 2010

I always believe customers/users are always right, but what if the truth is they’re most of the time wrong? What if we all failed to innovate all because we are haunted with the vague functional spec and their vision of (…)

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The holiday lineup is set

by Lance on October 27, 2009

This is the official statement given by Apple. Last week, the update on the iMac sparked a lot of speculation that more product updates could be coming later this year, just in time for the holiday season. Read the article (…)

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