Everyone is jumping on the cloud train these days. Apple has iCloud, Microsoft has their cloud services such as Office 365, Google has Google, lol. In additional to those, other companies are developing services that takes the space off your device and in the cloud. I am 50/50 on this idea, I feel some things can go cloud but other things need to stay private. It could just be my paranoia as a tech guy, but I digress. If you want that new hot sauce, it is not in the iCloud (sorry Apple), get up on Box.
Ok Here we are GoJu Nation. The second incarnation of the Sony PSP has arrived in the US. Debuting in Japan, the Sony Playstation Vita is hoping to crack through the Nintendo 3DS market and take back a significant share. Courtesy of CNET here is a video breakdown of what Sony hopes will become the new standard handheld gaming device.
I would like GoJu Nation to be as renaissance as possible. Now we’re based on delivering quality so I wanted you to be aware of some business realities with the jobless rate dropping in 37 states last month. That might be an indication of things to come (right…). Now I’m far from a stock guru and I’m just starting to get my legs underneath me when it comes to navigating the investment waters. But I do know that you can’t live check to check forever and there needs to be an investment of some sorts in your life. Especially if you intend on living comfortably. So I’m not presenting any stock tips here. But I think it’s important that GoJu Nation is aware of how some companies are performing in specific industries. So today (being that we’re an online entity) we’ll give you some popular tech companies and how they’re performing. It’s important to note that as much as these are household names, brand identification isn’t everything. I’ll let you guys come to your own conclusions.
Recently, I noticed the movement by Apple to break into the Public Sector. Is there a better place to start than education? I think not. iBooks2 will bring digital textbooks into the classroom. The Apple model is in full force, innovate the change and make it sexy. Granted the cost per child may be expensive at the on-set, but in the broad scope of education, the cost would actually lower… specifically for college kids. Couple that with the “Go green” movement that Apple would be promoting the idea is genius.
We’re starting to get some leaks from the rumor mill about what the iPad3 will offer GoJu Nation. This is what we are hearing:
As I am always looking to share the hotness I find with the people, thanks to CNET “Tap That App” I can now share a P.I.M.P.’s dream apps… whether you are a baller or on a budget. Since I have to stay fresh, the “Hotel Tonite” app is the sh#t. Perfect for those quick get-a-ways or “get that chica into town, wine and dine, then toss her back on a plane” kind of moments. It offers discounts boutique hotel, straight posh room stays… whaaat!!!! What you see is what you get, all listing are available.
“AirBnB” is a slightly more flexible option for the “You ain’t nothing but a high-class one-night stand.” type of movement. This app is a straight p2p rental kind of application, open for lodging listings … sort of like Craigslist but classed up. The company behind the app is top-notch and this app may be something you can check out if you don’t want to burn a hole in your bank account.
That’s it for my geeky tech movement, until my next music break… #SoSerious
~Mive Content – This tech game on every level is turning into an acquisition playing field. Companies build their product base, then build their consumer base and then sell off to the highest bidder. The only question seems to be which big dog will eat the little dog. Now this screams in the face of the current economic climate that jobs aren’t being created. We have companies that are making money again (in droves) they have acquisition money to burn (the bailouts have all been paid back FYI.com) but, they’re doing the status quo with less and building their profit margins in the process. Now this point is actually another blog but just letting Da Nation know what’s happening. So here’s the breakdown of EA purchasing PopCap Games.