Blackberry 10: a suicidal move by RIM

By , September 30, 2012 11:15 am

I still love Blackberry QWERTY keyboard.

The pain of using Blackberry is apps. Fewer and fewer developers like to code apps for BBOS.

And now RIM is releasing two Blackberries with TWO different screen size.

This may look like giving choices to customers, but it is more likely a suicidal move as it drives developers away.

Sadly, while I miss the QWERTY keyboard badly, I am not buying Blackberry 10 N.

Image credit: CrackBerry

KakaoTalk, Line, Viber, WeChat, WhatsApp numbers of users, September 2012

By , September 21, 2012 6:30 pm





WhatsApp: estimation


By , September 20, 2012 5:44 am

When I first look at Pulse, I immediately think of Netvibes.

Pulse is buzzier than Netvibes was. Can it be mobile is a more suitable environment for such content arrangement?

NhomMua runs data mining

By , September 15, 2012 5:21 pm

Because MJ Group is having the biggest customer database among Vietnam e-commerce players.

Multivariate models, finding daily correlation between factors and revenue.

Android mobile messaging apps brief review

By , September 8, 2012 6:49 am

Icon Name Pros Cons
  • Best for messaging
  • Quick
  • Stable
  • Auto-attempt to resend failed messages
  • Best interface
  • Good for sending photos
Viber Best for free call
  • Extremely heavy & sluggish
  • Some users find it hard to setup
  • Retrieve the whole phone contact list by default and fail to handle thousands of records
LINE Stickers
  • Frequent message failure
  • Slow compared to WhatsApp
  • Calls are more unstable than Viber
  • Photo sending is sluggish
  • Hold to talk
  • Best for audio messages
Unsolicited messages from Chinese users
Zalo Flow & interface very similar to WeChat thus lower learning curve Spam friend requests from teenage strangers with incomprehensible language
Wala N/A Boring interface
TalkBox Hold to talk Old & boring interface
KakaoTalk N/A Uninspiring interface

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