The Oregonian’s Mike Rogoway (Happy Fathers’ Day, Mike!) has a great piece about the burgeoning market supporting Apple products—especially with iPhone app developers—here in the Silicon Forest.
“Mobile is like the Wild West right now. It’s kind of like the Internet was in the ’90s. Only there’s money,” said Scott Kveton, one of Oregon’s most prominent technologists and co-founder of a new company, Urban Airship, which creates building blocks for iPhone software.
For more, read about Apple’s positive effect on the local tech economy.