Google’s “Material Design” is a BIG deal

While enjoying a painfully slow internet connection on my flight back from San Francisco to New York, I find myself thinking back to Google I/O and contemplate its potential future impact. After the keynote, I took away 3 major points about Google: They are preparing Android to be taken to the next level; to be Read More


Predictive Analytics and Adaptive Content: The New Digital Marketing Transformation

If you watched Mad Men (S7, E3), you will remember that Harry (played by Rich Sommer) assures a client of the wonders of “their computer” compared to a competitor’s and how it would change the landscape for media planning and distribution. He was selling something his agency u didn’t have, but the idea sounded so Read More


Agile in the enterprise: To succeed, avoid the fundamentalists

As previously feature on I remember it as though it were just months ago, but it was early 2005 when a heated discussion rippled across our company. A new way to develop software had matured and had been growing fast since 2001: the agile software development approach. We knew that it would disrupt the very controlled way Read More


The future of mobile: Less phone, more operating system

As previously featured on venturebeat It’s still early in 2014, and news from the Mobile World Congress talks about a next generation of smartphones that will blow people’s minds, with dazzling hardware advances, great software, and new features that will make life easier, healthier and more fun. Or will they? What if the Galaxy S5 is Read More

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The world we see in the movie Her isn’t far off

(as featured on Two weeks ago, I watched the movie Her in preparation for an interview by a Brazilian newspaper. I knew I would find something closer to science fiction than reality, but the movie does have a foundation in reality. It was particularly interesting to see that the future depicted in the movie Read More


Google Glass vs Galaxy Gear: Would you rather keep your head up or continue to look down?

It wasn’t without a lot of anticipation that, last month, I finally jumped on a Citibike towards Google’s building at Chelsea Market in New York. I had finally received an invitation to pay a small fortune to become one of the few privileged Google Glass Explorers. I decided to go for the “fitting experience” at Read More

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