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Top Ten Features of Apple Music
 http://www.toptenguy.com/features-of-apple-music/

By +TopTenGuy.com 

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A car of your dreams?

It needs more than just some innovative ideas to bring a car successfully to the market.

"So if you've got your eye on a new Mustang or Model S, go ahead and pull the trigger."
(Chris Ziegler, The Verge)

The whole story
http://www.theverge.com/2015/8/15/9156795/you-wont-be-driving-an-apple-car-any-time-soon

I'm also not sure about it
https://plus.google.com/+ThomasUnterstenhoefer/posts/gNq3ixua6Cr

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They say the waiting is the hardest part, but it doesn't have to be.

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Would say Apple Watch Demise would be at the end of the day an Exorbitant price tag ...$$$

Guess even the Devoted Apple Fans on this occasion found it difficult to Justify ...

Apple Watch 2 won't be any Cheaper ...

Pressure from the already established Variety of Brands Models associated to Android Wear continues to grow .

Google Android Wear OS will also be available to iPhone users ...

Effectively providing Competition directly to the Apple Watch .. ..

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Have you ever wondered what Siri looks like? Wonder no more!

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Steve Jobs Jon Stewart phone call video | BGR - bgr.com

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Synergies

In July 2014 Apple and IBM announced an exclusive partnership aiming to redefine the way work will get done, address key industry mobility challenges and spark true mobile-led business change.

Now IBM has teamed up with US pharmacy chain CVS Health owning about 7,800 drugstores across the US. The two companies plan to harness vast amounts of patient medical information. Reports say that IBM will use Big Data to manage diabetes and obesity.

Apple operates SIRI and offers the most secure mobile devices, iPhone, iPad, and Watch.

IBM operates WATSON and the world's largest portfolio in Big Data and Analytics.

IBM's technology expertise is based on experiences of more than 40,000 clients, 15,000 analytic consultants, 400 mathematicians, and 4,000 analytics patents.

This seems to open up new vistas for the healthcare system.


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I'm sure, Tim won't merry Ginni but I'm not sure about SIRI and WATSON.


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http://www.alphr.com/life-culture/1001303/dr-watson-ibm-plans-to-use-big-data-to-manage-diabetes-and-obesity

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Anyone ever see one of these Macs? Apple was kind enough to ship Mac OS X for a fee of about 17 bucks...
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Successful Tech Brands
and their common belief

It takes years or even decades to build up a brand, admired all over the world, independent of cultural backgrounds.

Companies should take this recipe and add an experienced cook (like Tim) to become a well-respected brand:

1 Quality
2 n/a

If you focus on quantity (like many Asian companies do) quality falls behind. Products are made by engineers considering clear targets of the company's leaders.

Companies have the choice

to optimize the price
or
to optimize the quality.

Sorry, I forgot another important pillar, sustainability, which means, saying Goodbye to bells and whistles and focus on usability and simplicity. If you look at the design of the ultimate German mobile device (the Porsche 911) you might know what I mean. Sustainability can also be found in the product's design.

Everything needs some custom artwork.
Top designed products increase desirability and desirability always goes along with profitability.

Decision makers may subdivide QUALITY, the one and only pillar of success, into durability, timeless design, customer satisfaction, usability, sustainability, etc. What they need is sheer perseverance, a philosophy, and the ability not to jump on bandwagons.

Companies that continually create value over the long term - meaning decades or more, learn how to ingrain the ability into their corporate makeup; it becomes part of their culture and DNA. They create value, jobs, and growth because of their ability to institutionalize innovation.
(Andrew Taylor, Boston Consulting Group)


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About innovation
https://plus.google.com/+ThomasUnterstenhoefer/posts/TcRd6WpjVj4

About quality management
https://plus.google.com/+ThomasUnterstenhoefer/posts/AeWavmqpBma


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