Tag Archives: Horace Dediu

The App Store

Back in June, Horace Dediu took a look at 9 years of numbers for the App Store: The App Store is almost 9 years old. In that time it has generated about $100 billion in revenues, of which about $70 billion has been passed on to developers and $30 billion was kept by Apple. It’s […]

Compete Asymmetrically

Horace Dediu on the potential to disrupt the automotive industry: Executives at car companies have suddenly had to answer questions about potential entrants into their business. This is a big change. I don’t recall a time when this was necessary for over 30 years. For decades the questions have been about labor relations, health care […]

Participating In Your Own Vision

Horace Dediu: iOS v. Windows and Immunity to Disruption: Which reminds me. This week Microsoft just wrote off the acquisition of Nokia’s mobile phone business. The growth of mobile as an alternative to desktop/laptop computing was foreseen by Microsoft a decade before the the data in the graphs above. It began in 1994 with Windows […]