Yes I know it sounds a little strange coming from someone like me who have been using Apple computers for years to be reposting this article. Macs are generally pretty reliable machines. Other than weak batteries, my 12-year-old PowerBook G3 and 9-year-old Powerbook G4 (I'm using now) are still in working conditions. Anyways, back to the article that I came across at the Telegraph. Why is iTunes is listed as one of Apple's worst products? Read on … Read More
Apple’s 10 Worst Products…. iTunes? (via Ian’s Business & Tech Blog)
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Really interesting and insightful article… And I totally agree with you. I am actually involved in a startup currently involved in a Mobile Money deployment in Nigeria though still at the early stages.The really interesting thing for us, which you’ve clearly pointed out is the endless opportunities and possibilities for services that can integrate the mobile money platform. For us we are particularly interested in not just providing a platform, but in developing solutions to take advantage of the opportunities that this presents.I believe that mobile money is going to revolutionize Africa we are still at the early stages but it’s going to be pretty interesting to see the impact it has within a few years time. And even more interesting to be in the middle of it all.I enjoyed reading this.