Tag: mobile

5 things you didn’t know Comcast offered

As I go to holiday parties this year and talk about what I do at work, I keep hearing from people that just aren’t aware of how much Comcast and its services have changed over the last year or two.

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1000 channels but what should you watch?

This week my team here at Comcast Silicon Valley put out a new iOS app aimed at solving the age-old problem of finding something on TV but in a fresh new way.  What’s On by Comcast Labs shows XFINITY TV customers,

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Know any Great Product Managers?

I’m now leading a new team at the Comcast Silicon Valley Innovation Center to develop apps across Xfinity’s mobile and TV platforms. This is a chance to reach over 30 million households with the next generation ways of interacting and

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http://s.wsj.net/media/swf/microPlayer.swf Mary Meeker – 2012 Internet Trends Kara Swisher of the WSJ posted the video footage (17 min) today of Mary Meeker’s (KPCB) D10 presentation on Internet Trends (5/30/12). My top three takeaways: 1. 10% of time on Mobile but only 1% of advertising

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What was missing in the 1st iPhone? (5 years later)

This week Apple will share their latest innovations at WWDC. However, I think its time we reflect back on what Steve Job’s announced 5 1/2 years ago at Macworld 2007: the 1st iPhone (worth another watch). Steve Jobs pitched it under

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Mobile Web Consumers in the US now spend more time each day on their phone than any other device, including their TV. 

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Smartphones now used by a majority, up 36% from just 9 months ago.

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Age is more deterministic than Income for smartphone ownership. Even those 18-24 making less than $15K a year own a smartphone is very high numbers. 

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My Top 5 Takeaways from Mary Meeker’s latest Internet Trends deck

She’s done it again. In one deck, Mary Meeker summarized so well many of the trends we’ve been seeing as and in doing so developed new insights around what’s around the bend.  KPCB Internet Trends (2011) Here’s my top 5

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We recently looked at how US Smartphone consumers use, lose, and backup (sometimes) their stuff (contacts, music, apps, email). While many say their contact lists are the hardest to replace if lost, it turns out only Gen-Y seems to care

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