Tag Archives: teenagers

RIM Should Return to its Startup Roots

What to do about Research in Motion, Canada’s flagship technology company that just can’t seem to find its equilibrium in a market that has become volatile, competitive and unstable despite its growth. Here’s a radical idea inspired by an exchange … Continue reading

Can Teenagers Save the BlackBerry?

It may seem strange to talk about the much-beleaguered BlackBerry as the iPhone5 is making its debut but given there will be a tsunami of iPhone5 coverage but I thought it might be a good idea to go against the … Continue reading

The Obsession with Social Media and Teenagers

As social media tools and services become increasingly popular – heck, my parents are asking about this Twitter thing! – one of the more interesting developments is the angst among the digiterati that teenagers aren’t enthusiastic about social media. Whether … Continue reading

The Tizzy over Twitter and Teenagers

Judging from the reaction from the media and blogosphere yesterday, you would think that a Morgan Stanley report how teenagers use technology had provided insight that had never seen the light of day before. Sure, it was written by a … Continue reading