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Ben Bajarin
Consumer Market Research | Principal at Industry Analyst firm Creative Strategies | Founder | USPTA Tennis Pro
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Nic Hodges 7h
The golden age of TV?
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Ben Bajarin 7h
Wrote up some of my key takeaways from Display Week. Foldables are getting closer but I got a good look at the challenges that still remain and what companies are doing to try to solve them.
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Matthew Panzarino 11h
Apple announces new MacBook Pros with more powerful processors and, yes, updated keyboards
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Ben Bajarin 13h
Interesting if true! Apple may have tried to buy Tesla.
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Carolina Milanesi 14h
In one slide here is why your business needs it is not just about acquiring or retaining talent it is about the success of your core business that will come from reassessing your workflows and processes
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Ben Bajarin May 20
My belief is this was already happening, and was already inevitable. There are already basically two interments, the Internet in China and the West and I think this schism only grows.
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Ben Bajarin May 20
My analysis for subscribers today on the global impact to Huawei, certain US providers, and some worry scenarios if tensions get much worse.
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Ben Bajarin May 20
I did when I decided to leave the title as it is ;)
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Carolina Milanesi May 19
This will have a huge impact on in Europe the star market outside of China. It will be interesting to see if there are workarounds but as much as Huawei is key to Android gov’t and enterprise market are key to Google. This is a big opportunity for and
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Ben Bajarin May 19
Wow. This doesn’t matter for them in China but is a huge hit for them in every other market.
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Thomas Wolf May 17
Replying to @BenBajarin
My Chinese wife says that Huawei has already become “cool” as a result of the US’ witch hunt (unlike Trump’s use, in this case the phrase actually applies). It’s going to be tough for Apple, irrespective of the tariffs, if its no longer perceived as the cool brand.
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Ben Bajarin May 17
Replying to @AAPLTree @DanielEran
I think you are missing my point.
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Ben Bajarin May 17
Watch this very closely. We have seen Huawei rise in China not just because of great products but also as a source of national pride. Buying iPhones in China is still part of status and if that ever becomes taboo it is not good for Apple.
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Ben Bajarin May 16
Just read my and and you will find it better than both of those ;)
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Ben Bajarin May 16
Replying to @dominocollege
There are lot of useful features that were never on iOS that they added. Lots of little stuff I find helpful and nice, less UI stuff.
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Ben Bajarin May 16
Replying to @dominocollege
None of my list are things which are copied from iOS.
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Ben Bajarin May 16
Replying to @torizhao
Sweet. Looking forward to your thoughts.
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Ben Bajarin May 16
Replying to @torizhao
Would love your take on making the switch. Things you like, things you miss, etc.
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Tech.pinions Think.tank Subscribers May 16
The China vs. US 5G Space Race lays out why the 5G race between China and US is much like a space race.
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Ben Bajarin May 16
Help out Jan out if you can!
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