Have you ever wondered why a New Year's resolution needs to be something that strikes us as the "right thing" to do? It's always about eating right and losing those extra pounds. It's never about "Well, I'm going to enjoy a much higher percentage of gourmet dinners this year," or "I'm going to ensure that I drink many more vintage wines this year." Well, those last two are just a few of our own 2013 New Year's resolutions. If you think about it, they are also predictions for 2013. They come with a high degree of confidence on our part that we'll get them right and that we'll keep them as well.
But we have a few more resolutions/predictions that are specifically related to mobile. And no, we're not going to have one that says we are finally going to make sure we have all of our mobile passwords properly enabled.
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So then…for 2013 we have resolved and we predict that we will:
There is so much more of course to resolve to do. We're targeting a 90 percent success rate on the above for 2013. Only 90 percent? We have to admit that our confidence level is very low on the Samsung 85 inch TV and perhaps the patent wars will end.
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