Even Steve Jobs Faced The Three-Sided Product Problem

Dr Johnny Ryan | Posted 07.01.2012 | UK Tech
Dr Johnny Ryan

Back in the late 1970s Apple was one such example. The arrival of a new generation of Intel and Motorola chips in the 1970s prompted a wave of 'homebrew' garage startups/hobbyists to tinker with personal computers. Until then computers had been large, corporate machines, and geeks were enthralled by the possibilities of 'personal' computing.