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  • iPhone 7 Plus release date, Price, Specs, rumour and other news

    iPhone 7 Buzz
    Admin
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:08 am
    iPhone 7 Plus release date – It is interesting to note that, iPhone 7 Plus rumours about the price, specification and other things have started to surface on various tech blogs. Based upon rumours, I expect that iPhone 7 Plus release date would be somewhere in Q3 or Q4 of the year 2016 if the Cupertino, California based tech giant doesn’t come up with different siblings of iPhone 6 or iPhone 7. The iPhone 7 release date according to the rumours will be somewhere between September to October 2015 as said in previous article. But again it depends if the company decides to jump to…
  • Apple cooking up a pink iPhone 6S?

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    sethe gomez
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:44 am
    Is Apple cooking up a pink colour option of the upcoming iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus? Well, if the latest photos found online are to be believed, the Cupertino firm may be making the colour option available for its upcoming iPhones. The photos seen above come to us courtesy of Chinese-speaking micro blogging site Weibo (the equivalent of Twitter in China). The photos allegedly show a pink colour option of the Apple iPhone 6S, which goes in line with previous rumours we’ve come across in the past. The post also reconfirms that the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus will sport a…
  • 13 Websites You’ll Want to Bookmark Right Now

    Mobile Demystified
    Krissy DeAngelis
    19 Jun 2015 | 9:27 am
    Have you ever asked yourself, “why didn’t I think of that?” This happens to me on a daily basis, especially after finding a super simple, but highly useful product. Below are 13 quirky websites you won’t be convinced you need until you take a look and realize you’re totally bookmarking all of them. 1. 10-Minute Mail Genius. Use this service when you need to quickly create a fake email address. You’ll get your subscription confirmation then the email address will self destruct in 10 minutes. Can we say endless free trials? 2. What the Font Ever seen a font and loved it but had no…
  • 5 Social Media Marketing Tools Recommended by the Pros

    Social Barrel
    Chance Madson
    2 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Are you the owner of a blog or depend on another social […]
  • Meeker on Mobile: Respected Internet Trends Report Calls for Mobile Ad Innovations

    Mobile Marketing Watch
    Michael Essany
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:45 am
    The report is out — and agencies and brands are pouring over it. The much-heralded analysis, compiled by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers analyst Mary Meeker, is an industry must-read. This year’s “2015 Internet Trends Report” focuses heavily on mobile media. It’s no secret that mobile is growing. And it’s driving programmatic growth. But according to Meeker, “the gap between time on mobile devices and mobile ad spend represents an opportunity worth $25 billion.” “While mobile ad spending overall was up 34 percent last year, marketers…
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  • Samsung's profits down again as it misreads demand for newest phones

    Mat Smith
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:02 pm
    Samsung predicts that its earnings from April-June of this year will likely be down four percent from last year, suggesting that sales of its newest flagship smartphones have failed to hit the mark. However, it will still be the company's highest quarterly profit since Q2 2015. The company's forecast is thin on details -- revenue is also down 8.4 percent from the same period last year-- but many analysts think supply shortages have stymied sales of Samsung's S6 Edge. The WSJ's sources say that the company struggled to match production to the demand of customers, who wanted the curved Galaxy…
  • In these new cars, your phone gets its own air conditioner

    Entrepreneur
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:14 pm
    By Kim Lachance Shandrow, Entrepreneur Staff Smartphones don't play well with hot cars. If you've ever received the dreaded temperature warning on your phone's home screen after leaving it in a sizzling vehicle for too long, you know exactly what we're talking about. And so does General Motors. Filed under: Cellphones, Transportation, Mobile Comments
  • Helio's cellphone service comes back to life with a $29 plan

    Jon Fingas
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:09 pm
    Remember Helio, the virtual carrier that tried to cater to the tech-savvy young crowd (not so successfully) with data-centric plans and rebranded basic phones? It's baaaack. Ubi Telecom, a mobile company focused on Korean-speaking Americans, has quietly revived the brand as a mostly bring-your-own-device service on Sprint's network, with Verizon* as a roaming partner. However, it's definitely not the provider you remember from a decade ago. Service is much cheaper at $29 (tax included!) for unlimited data, text and voice, but that data is capped at a paltry 128Kbps -- you won't be checking…
  • Microsoft's latest app experiment helps you get friends together

    Jon Fingas
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:23 pm
    Microsoft's Garage team has tried to solve many everyday problems with its experimental mobile software, but it's now tackling one of the most common: how do you get your friends together for a night on the town? The group's new Tossup app for Android and iPhone gives you a simpler, shared experience for deciding on where you're going, when, and who's coming. You only have to ask your friends for a vote, and Tossup will automatically plug your decisions into your calendar. Is this a one-trick pony? You bet -- but that might be all you need if you don't want to set up a Facebook event (or…
  • Windows 10 preview turns Xbox Music into 'Groove'

    Richard Lawler
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:56 pm
    Welcome to the new music experience in Windows 10. As hinted at earlier this morning by Paul Thurrott, the company just announced it's rebranding the Xbox Music experience to "Groove", while also renaming the Xbox Video app to just "Movies & TV." According to a blog post about the changes, the new naming is meant to be "more identifiable to our broad customer base" and will roll out to other devices in the coming months. The timing of the change is odd as Windows and Xbox begin to work more closely together than ever before, but it doesn't appear that the actual features will be much…
 
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  • Twitter Officially Launches Its Mobile Ads Manager

    Sarah Perez
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:22 am
     Twitter today officially announced the launch of its new mobile Ads Manager, which allows users of Twitter’s smartphone applications to track their ad campaigns’ performance – including their impressions, engagements, spend, cost per engagement, and engagement rate – while on the go. The button was recently spotted in the wild, ahead of a formal announcement from… Read More
  • Microsoft’s New Tossup App Lets You Poll Your Friends, Plan Events

    Sarah Perez
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:41 am
     A number of apps over the years have attempted to make it easier for friends to get together offline by helping them to plan everything from casual get-togethers to more formal events. Now Microsoft is taking a shot at this space with a new social polling app called Tossup. The app lets a group of friends vote on things like where and when to meet, what restaurant to choose, as well as RSVP.… Read More
  • Amazon Debuts Dedicated Mobile Apps For Its Dropbox Competitor, Cloud Drive

    Sarah Perez
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:09 am
     Amazon has quietly expanded its Cloud Drive service – a competitor to Dropbox, Google Drive and other online file hosting services – to mobile platforms, with the release of dedicated apps on iTunes, Google Play, and the Amazon Appstore. The apps offer a simplified folder list and a way to view and share files, as well as play the music and videos you have stored on Cloud Drive.… Read More
  • HTC Returns To The Red In Loss-Making Q2

    Natasha Lomas
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:32 am
     No turnaround for Taiwanese mobile maker HTC which is predicting another loss-making quarter, releasing preliminary results for its fiscal Q2 today. Read More
  • John Sculley On Drawing The Mac Phone For Steve Jobs

    Matthew Lynley
    3 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
     We had a chance to sit down with the founders of Zeta Interactive — John Sculley and David Steinberg — last week to talk a bit about their online marketing service. But Sculley isn’t just known for that company, or the ones that came just before it where he worked with Steinberg. He also had a stint running Apple, coming from running Pepsi in the middle of its… Read More
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    The Next Web » Mobile

  • You can now score a Google Nexus 6 for just £304 in the UK (Update: now £400)

    Abhimanyu Ghoshal
    2 Jul 2015 | 5:04 am
    Google’s flagship Android phone, the Nexus 6, has got a major price cut in the UK. Seven months since the Motorola-made device launched in the region, the 32GB model is down to just £304 ($474) from its original asking price of £479 ($746). Meanwhile, the 64GB variant is available at £379 ($590), down from £549 ($855). That’s even cheaper than what Motorola was peddling the phones for during its sale last month. Both variants are now in stock at the new prices in the Google Store. Update: It looks like Google has revised its prices again. The 32GB Nexus 6 now… This story…
  • The OnePlus 2 will be announced on July 27… in VR

    Abhimanyu Ghoshal
    25 Jun 2015 | 9:50 pm
    Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus will launch its next phone, the OnePlus 2, on July 27. The company previously shared that its upcoming device will have a USB-C port, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 version 2.1 chipset under the hood and it will run OnePlus’ own version of Android, OxygenOS. It also announced today that it will launch the OnePlus 2 with a VR experience that fans will be able to check out using their phones with a cardboard viewer.   OnePlus says it’s developed a refined cardboard headset that’s durable and resistant to dust and oils; you can get your own by paying only…
  • Sony’s Xperia Z4v is ready to get wet with Verizon this summer

    Abhimanyu Ghoshal
    16 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Sony announced today that it’s launching its Xperia Z4v Android phone in the US this summer through Verizon Wireless. The 4G LTE-capable waterproof device features a high-resolution 5.2-inch 2560×1440 display, along with a 20.7-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel shooter on the front. It’s powered by a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor and includes 32GB of onboard storage, with the option to add another 128GB with a MicroSD card. The Z4v will be able to shoot 4K video, play full versions of PS4 games while on the same Wi-Fi connection as the console and stream…
  • Amazon wants you to unlock your next phone with your ear

    Abhimanyu Ghoshal
    14 Jun 2015 | 10:47 pm
    Amazon has patented a system to unlock your smartphone by recognizing the shape of your ear, when you raise the device up near your face to answer a call. The patent, explained by our friends at PatentYogi in the video above, describes the use of a photo of the user’s ear, snapped by a phone’s front camera. Just like matching up fingerprints with those from a database, this technology could help you log in to your phone without having to enter a passcode or pattern. The human ear is said to be as unique an identifier as a fingerprint, so… This story continues at The Next Web
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 active will be available from AT&T June 12 onwards

    Abhimanyu Ghoshal
    8 Jun 2015 | 10:03 pm
    Samsung has announced that it’ll sell its rugged Galaxy S6 active phone exclusively through AT&T from June 12. Some details of the device were uncovered in a leaked user manual a few days ago, but we now know exactly what the S6 active is about. The 4G-capable Android 5.0.2 Lollipop phone features a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, which makes for a very high pixel density of 577ppi. It comes with a 16-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel shooter in the front. The S6 active is powered by a 64-bit octa-core processor and comes with 32GB of internal storage… This story…
 
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    MuniWireless: WiFi, LTE, 4G

  • Tales from the Towers Chapter 55: Duh, which way did he go, George?

    Esme Vos
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:33 am
    “Of Fox and Hounds” is a 1940s cartoon where a sheepdog, who is trying to catch a fox, is led around by a fox because he doesn’t recognize him as a fox (You should reread that first line again since I couldn’t figure out how to make it clearer). Unfortunately, the sheepdog is a little dim-witted and a little inexperienced in the job he is born to do. Figuring out what to do for expansion into new area right now has been pretty much similar to that. Between all the new products, the new products that aren’t meeting expectations or have feature delays, lack of real-world…
  • Los Angeles issues RFP for citywide Wi-Fi and wireline network

    Esme Vos
    10 Jun 2015 | 11:08 pm
    The Los Angeles City Council approved a Request for Participants (RFP) to identify one or more providers to commit to deploying advanced wireline and wireless networks that can provide one gigabit broadband speed or more to residences and businesses. The RFP asks proposers to provide a free level of service, including free basic wireless services, and to complete build-out within the next five years. The RFP was issued as part of CityLinkLA, the long-term initiative led by Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield to ensure that Los Angeles is among the most connected cities…
  • Best Practices in Community Wireless 2015

    Esme Vos
    29 May 2015 | 11:30 am
    The Best Practices in Community Wireless 2015 is now available for download from Freedman Consulting LLC. The report, developed by Freedman Consulting, with support from the Ford Foundation, highlights 11 communities in the United States that have deployed community wireless networks to achieve different goals. The report examines the evolution of wireless technology and explores lessons learned by communities that have implemented these networks. The 11 communities are Boston (MA), Corpus Christi (TX), Minneapolis (MN), Oklahoma City (OK), Ponca City (OK), Port Angeles (WA), Richmond (CA),…
  • Tales from the Towers Chapter 54: Point-to-Points to Ponder

    Rory Conaway
    6 Apr 2015 | 11:02 pm
    My timing hasn’t always been the greatest. I bought Google Earth Pro six weeks before they gave it away for free, I launched a data center with video streaming 10 days before 9-11, and my coupon for 1 free box of HoHo’s for every purchased box expired two days before I found it between the car seats where I dropped it. So may last article getting released about 6 weeks before some major Point-to-Point news came about simply demonstrates that my luck, and my timing hasn’t gotten much better as I get older. And this type of news is a game changer in terms of throwing DSL in the garbage…
  • Muni broadband fight isn’t over yet

    Esme Vos
    26 Mar 2015 | 1:59 am
    More than 10 years ago, I started MuniWireless. I thought I would be writing strictly about large-scale municipal Wi-Fi projects, but soon after I launched the site, I became drawn into battles in the United States between the cable-telco duopoly and everyone else (business owners, residents, tech companies, and certain officials in states, counties and cities) who wanted more competition in the market for broadband services. A number of US states have laws that restrict communities from building their own broadband networks — wired and wireless. These laws have been written by…
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    Dean Bubley's Disruptive Wireless

  • Videoconferencing does not replace business travel

    Dean Bubley
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:26 am
    I did a short radio interview the other day, about London airport expansion, and the possible new runway at Heathrow or Gatwick. I wasn’t speaking about the choice of one location vs. the other. Instead, I was speaking as a frequent traveller, and why additional capacity is likely to be needed in the first place.Some of the reasons are aviation-related: congested airports have no wiggle-room if something goes wrong. I’ve suffered big delays when weather or other incidents has meant that airports can only operate at reduced capacity, with greater spacing between landings and take-offs.
  • WiFi Offload.... or Onload?

    Dean Bubley
    16 Jun 2015 | 3:11 am
    One of the things I get annoyed by regularly is the mis-characterisation of a lot of WiFi use on smartphones / tablets as "offload".In my view, true "offload" is a term only applicable to data which would otherwise have transited a cellular network, and which has been deliberatelypushed to WiFi at a public hotspot, with the intervention of a service provider.It is very different to "private WiFi" use, where the user has unilaterally decided to connected to a network (for example at home or office) of their own volition, or because a venue or other sponsor has made WiFi access available.Care…
  • Qualcomm's MuLTEfire is what LTE-U should have been, instead of LAA

    Dean Bubley
    12 Jun 2015 | 9:08 am
    Yesterday, Qualcomm rather quietly announced a project called MuLTEfire on its blog.It describes it as "a new, LTE-based technology that solely operates in unlicensed spectrum, and doesn’t require an 'anchor' in licensed spectrum" This is a very different proposition to the other type of LTE-U, called LAA (licence-assisted access), which requires a provider to "anchor" the service in a separate (licensed) band. That has proven very controversial in recent months, with fears that its coexistence with WiFi in the 5GHz band could prove damaging, with extra interference. There are claims and…
  • What's YOUR view of contextual communications?

    Dean Bubley
    4 Jun 2015 | 1:46 am
    In recent months, I've been drilling into the new "hot topic" of contextual comms. Martin Geddes & I are so enthused by the topic that we're running a workshop on June 15th in London (details here), and we're already considering follow-ups, maybe in the US later in the year.We're combining both the "here & now" of context with a view on where we might be heading in the medium-to-longer term. Martin wrote a very forward-looking and provocative piece on the possible future recently (here).I'm really interested in what "contextual communications" means to everyone else. There's no fixed…
  • WebRTC & Contextual Comms may help so-called "OTT" apps avoid regulation

    Dean Bubley
    1 Jun 2015 | 2:10 am
    Last week, the Belgian authorities tried to claim that Skype is a telecoms "operator" and should comply with a similar set of laws to fixed and mobile telcos, especially around data-retention and lawful interception.The Indian regulator TRAI has been undertaking a consultation about whether so-called "OTTs" should be somehow "regulated". (TRAI's consultation document is one of the most woefully-written and factually incorrect pieces of official literature I've ever read).Slightly different but in the same general domain, the UK Government is looking at ways to limit the use of encryption and…
 
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    MobileViews Blog

  • MobileViews Podcast 121: Wearables roundup!

    todd
    4 Jul 2015 | 11:47 am
    In this podcast Jon Westfall and I (Todd Ogasawara) welcome back mobile devices experts Jack Cook, Sven Johannsen, and Frank McPherson to discuss wearable devices (mostly smart watches). We asked each of the panelists: How frequent do you wear your device? (i.e. is it essential or do you take it off some days?) How’s battery […]
  • MobileViews Podcast 120

    todd
    28 Jun 2015 | 12:08 am
    In this podcast, Jon Westfall and I (Todd Ogasawara) talk about: Firefox plug-in container taking up 60% of processor time iOS 9 lower power mode (Ref: MacRumors) Microsoft Word, Excel, & PowerPoint for Android moves out of preview phase to full release (Ref: Venture Beat) Google free Wi-Fi in NYC (Ref: Bloomberg Business Week) Lenovo […]
  • MobileViews Podcast 119

    todd
    21 Jun 2015 | 8:30 pm
    Jon Westfall and I (Todd Ogasawara) discuss the following topics in this podcast. WWDC highlights Jon’s Apple Watch tips Put your home time in the world clock so you have a digital readout on the analog faces Silence by putting your hand over it. Clear all notifications by force press How to Switch Arms Remember […]
  • MobileViews Podcast 118: Google IO (yawn?) & more…

    todd
    3 Jun 2015 | 12:21 am
    Jon Westfall and I (Todd Ogasawara) recap the announcements from Google IO last week. For the most part neither of us saw items that might excite consumers. There were, however, some interesting items for developers. And, I admit that I’ve found the Google Photos apps and cloud service to be particularly interesting. You can read […]
  • MobileViews Podcast 117: Windows 10 comment firestorm, Google IO, Surface 3

    todd
    25 May 2015 | 9:34 pm
    In MobileViews Podcast 117 Jon Westfall and I (Todd Ogasawara) discuss: The firestorm of comments that an article I wrote for ExtremeTech generated. Microsoft releases Windows 10 Build 10122 — and it’s a giant mess And, before you go off on a rant, listen to what Jon and I have to say before drawing a […]
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    Mobile Marketing Watch

  • Tweaking Ads on the Fly: Twitter Testing Ad Campaign Manager for Android, iOS

    Emma Martin
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    Want to check ad campaigns on the fly? Make changes? Twitter wants to go there — and help you get there, too. Twitter just added a pretty cool new feature to its mobile apps: the ability to monitor and adjust ad campaigns while people are on the go — via their smartphones. As reported at The Next Web, “many users are seeing a new graph icon on their profiles on the iOS and Android apps.” The Next Web’s story includes screen shots of what all that looks like. “Tapping on the new icon takes you to an Twitter Ads interface that shows a snapshot of how the…
  • Meeker on Mobile: Respected Internet Trends Report Calls for Mobile Ad Innovations

    Michael Essany
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:45 am
    The report is out — and agencies and brands are pouring over it. The much-heralded analysis, compiled by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers analyst Mary Meeker, is an industry must-read. This year’s “2015 Internet Trends Report” focuses heavily on mobile media. It’s no secret that mobile is growing. And it’s driving programmatic growth. But according to Meeker, “the gap between time on mobile devices and mobile ad spend represents an opportunity worth $25 billion.” “While mobile ad spending overall was up 34 percent last year, marketers…
  • New Infographic Highlights The Marketing Automation ‘Revolution’

    Mike Randazzo
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:30 am
    It’s a term you hear often in the digital space today — marketing automation. And that’s not going to change any time soon, says the team at Uberflip. “It’s no secret that Marketing Automation is being adopted by many organizations as an essential tool to nurture and manage leads, and streamline many marketing activities,” a recent blog entry reads. “However, there seems to be ample room to improve so that marketers can make the most of their investments in this technology.” So what are the improvements and the underlying problems that must be…
  • Audience Attribution Comes to Mobile Advertising with Kochava

    Mike Randazzo
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    According to a new report from Mobile Advertising Watch, the team at Kochava — a mobile attribution analytics and optimization company —  is pushing forward with their newest offering called Audience Attribution. Billed as being a whole new way for advertisers to understand their customers’ behavior across devices and platforms, Audience Attribution gives mobile advertisers “the power of cross-device attribution and targeting to reveal incremental attribution lift, all while maintaining the high standard of security and privacy.” Kochava says that most attribution…
  • RideScout Gobbles Up GlobeSherpa to Improve Mobile Payment and Ticketing

    Christa Howard
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:45 am
    Fresh out of Austin, Texas last week came news that RideScout — a leading mobile app that lets users search and compare ground transportation options on demand —  has acquired GlobeSherpa. GlobeSherpa is a “market leader in mobile solutions for public transportation” with mobile book-and-pay ticketing in several major US markets (Portland, San Francisco and Chicago, for example). Although terms of the agreement were not disclosed, the transactions were completed on June 29th. With the integration of GlobeSherpa’s transit mobile ticketing technology, RideScout is…
 
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  • Acer Liquid M220 Review: The $80 Smartphone

    Grant Hatchimonji
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:04 am
    At a certain point, a deal is so good that certain sacrifices become acceptable, right? Acer Liquid M220, an $80 smartphone That would at least appear to be Acer’s philosophy with its first US smartphone offering, the Windows Phone-powered Liquid M220. For a mere $80 off contract, users can get their hands on a full-fledged smartphone, albeit an entry level one. Emerging markets are undoubtedly at least part of the target audience here, but that’s still a solid deal no matter how you slice it. It’s important to remember that you get what you pay for — at $80, this simply isn’t a…
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 active Review: Swift, Rugged, & Better than the S6

    Jamison Cush
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:06 am
    Call it rugged, call it sporty. Samsung calls it active. Specifically, Samsung dubbed its latest Android handset the Samsung Galaxy S6 active. It’s a tougher version of Samsung’s impressive flagship. Samsung Galaxy S6 active In terms of performance, the Samsung S6 active is virtually identical to the Samsung Galaxy S6, given that both have the similar inner hardware. So when we wrote the S6 had “a top-notch chipset” and “exceptionally fast performance,” the same applies for the S6 active. Ditto for the display quality. We called the S6 display “spectacular.” The S6 active…
  • 50 Million Downloads Later, Google Keep is the Best Note Taking App

    Vince Font
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:16 am
    It’s a rare occasion that we review productivity apps which have been around for two years, but the fact is that some apps are like wine. They get better with age. The fact that Google Keep has topped 50 million downloads in the two years since its launch gives credence to the fact that it runs circles around other apps that claim the same capabilities. Here’s what we have (re)discovered. In case you aren’t already familiar, Google Keep is a free note taking and reminder app available for Android devices that works a lot like Evernote – only in our opinion, it’s a lot simpler to…
  • HTC One M9 Review: It’s What’s Inside that Counts

    Dragan Petric
    19 Jun 2015 | 5:41 am
    Viewed from the outside, the HTC One M9 doesn’t seem much different from last year’s One M8. Take a peek inside, and you’ll see the incremental changes that have become a hallmark of successful smartphone lines. HTC One M9 So the HTC One M9 looks like the One M8 (and One M7), but includes upgrades to the front and rear cameras, key location, sound quality, and display sharpness, as well as a modernized chipset. Some of these upgrades are stark improvements, while others are a bit underwhelming. HTC One M9 features a 5-inch Super LCD 3 display with Full HD resolution and the screen…
  • LG G4 Review: The Best Cameraphone

    Dragan Petric
    15 Jun 2015 | 4:59 am
    The LG G4 can be summed up as a modernized version of its predecessor, complete with a unique and recognizable look, and the best smartphone camera as of this writing. LG also pumped up the display technology, though not its battery autonomy or its chipset. LG G4 It has to be stressed that the display is especially impressive. The LG G4 has a 5.5-inch Quantum IPS screen with QHD resolution (2560 x 1440) and a slightly rounded vertical axis, and is second only to the G4’s back camera in terms of feature excellence. Said back camera is a 16-megapixel shooter with optical stabilization and…
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    Gotta Be Mobile

  • Samsung Galaxy Lollipop Release: 5 Key Details Emerge

    Adam Mills
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:53 pm
    Samsung Galaxy Lollipop Release: 5 Key Details Emerge is a post by Adam Mills from Gotta Be Mobile. A flurry of new Samsung Galaxy Lollipop release details emerged today including new information about the Galaxy S6 Android 5.1.1 release, the unreleased Galaxy Note 2 Lollipop update, and some Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 Lollipop update details for users in the United States. In December, Samsung started rolling out Android Lollipop and its features to the Galaxy S5. Since then, the company’s made a huge Lollipop push to other flagships like the Galaxy Note 4 and to lesser known devices…
  • Last of Us 2 Release: 5 Things to Know Right Now

    Adam Mills
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:48 pm
    Last of Us 2 Release: 5 Things to Know Right Now is a post by Adam Mills from Gotta Be Mobile. The Last of Us for PlayStation 3 was one of the biggest hits from 2013 and The Last of Us Remastered for PS4 was a popular release in 2014. The success of the game has fans clamoring for a sequel though a Last of Us 2 release remains unconfirmed. That doesn’t mean we haven’t seen details emerge and today we want to take you through what you need to know about a Last of Us 2 release. The Last of Us was first announced all the way back in 2011. The game, from popular developer Naughty Dog,…
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    mobileStorm

  • BI Intelligence: Native is Soaring as Marketers Better Grasp the Benefits

    Mobile Marketer
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Native advertising has been a hot topic for some time and it isn’t going away anytime soon. In fact, it looks like native’s here to stay — and soar. “By creating advertisements that are in the same format as the content audiences are there to consume, marketers hope to provide a much less disruptive advertising experience,” explains Business Insider Intelligence. “Native ads have also proven effective, drawing higher click rates than traditional banner ads, particularly on mobile devices.” Based on exclusive data, BI says that spending on native ads…
  • Say It Ain’t So! Millennials Admit to Digital Overload, Most Likely to Cut Off Brands

    Mobile Marketer
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    Know the demographic that’s most connected to their mobile devices? Yep, it’s millennials. But here’s the thing. New research from Aimia indicates they’re the most ruthless when it comes to cutting brands off. Aimia, a provider of data-driven marketing and loyalty analytics, released new insights revealing millennials are the generation most likely (44 percent more likely) to permanently disengage with brands if they receive high volumes of mass generic email communications. “The findings show that nearly three in five (59 percent) High Volume Sensitive consumers…
  • New IAB Report: U.S. Internet Ad Revenues Reach Historic $13.3 Billion in Q1 2015

    Mobile Marketer
    15 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    The Interactive Advertising Bureau says Internet ad revenues have reached “historic” levels. “At $13.3 billion in Q1 2015, U.S. internet ad revenues hit a record-breaking first quarter high,” the IAB announced last week. “This new industry high represents a 16 percent increase over 2014’s first quarter record-setting total of $11.4 billion.” What prompted the spike? Randall Rothenberg, President and CEO at IAB, says: “Digital screens are an indisputable part of consumers’ lives. In turn, interactive is taking on an even more vital role in today’s…
  • Harvard Business Review: Revenue Growth and Digital Know-How Directly Correlated

    Mobile Marketer
    9 Jun 2015 | 7:35 am
    Some business types say it isn’t true until we’ve seen it in the Harvard Business Review. And now we have. A new survey, sponsored by Red Hat and conducted by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, shows that “CIOs and IT leaders who foster a culture of digital learning and shared accountability generate greater business outcomes.” In other words, there are direct benefits when business leaders are educated on digital trends. “Companies that excel in digital leadership were found to be significantly more likely to have experienced revenue growth of 10 percent…
  • With Everyone on Smartphones, Mobile Internet Is the Next Skyrocket Market

    Mobile Marketer
    1 Jun 2015 | 11:16 am
    Once everyone owns a smartphone (or wearable), what’s the next big marketplace? According to industry analysts, mobile internet will “be worth more than Apple by 2018.” “Smartphone sales growth is slowing to less than 10 percent annually to 2018, and mobile networks saw just 5 percent growth in the last decade,” notes TechCrunch. “Mobile Internet is the mobile growth market. Digi-Capital now forecasts almost 3x revenue growth from $300 billion last year to $850 billion by 2018.” In other words, the market Apple built will generate more revenue within…
 
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    FierceWireless

  • Top 5 academic institutions leading in 5G research

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:18 pm
    Whether it's a group of students studying remote control robotics or professors going out into the field with students to take millimeter wave measurements, dozens of academic institutions all over the world are making meaningful contributions to 5G and the future of wireless. Here's our list of five (or six) top institutions that we think are especially worth keeping an eye on in future.
  • Madden: Coordinated MultiPoint really works

    6 Jul 2015 | 1:28 pm
    Recent field trials have shown important results for CoMP and eICIC. Mobile Experts has been tracking these technologies for years, and frankly, I was getting tired of hearing about the theoretical gains of CoMP or simulated results. Recently in Japan, Softbank and Airspan conducted a trial, and they've recently released some hard data on how these features work. This was a solid field trial, testing performance under heavily loaded conditions and testing of multiple scenarios.
  • Schoolar: Stray observations from the 2015 LTE World Summit

    6 Jul 2015 | 1:17 pm
    Did you miss all the news coming out of LTE World Summit the other week? Did you even know it took place? You might not have known it was even going on if you weren't there. That, however, isn't exactly a bad thing.
  • Qualcomm, Gogo, others continue to push for FCC's 14 GHz ATG spectrum auction despite moves to satellite services

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:49 am
    Qualcomm, Gogo, Inmarsat and others continue to push the FCC to auction 500 MHz in the 14 GHz band for air-to-ground (ATG) wireless services for airline passengers, despite their newfound interest in satellite-based technologies. Specifically, the companies are arguing that in-flight broadband services do not pose a danger to airline passengers and personnel, and that a new ATG system would fortify existing terrestrial- and satellite-based systems for in-flight Internet access.
  • The top 5 universities leading the way on 5G research

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:48 am
    Network gear vendors and carriers are increasingly partnering with academic institutions to conduct research on "5G" network technologies. FierceWirelessTech decided to take a closer look at the top 5G academic institutions. Special report
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    Pocketnow

  • Air conditioned smartphone cooling comes to select Chevy models

    Anton D. Nagy
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:38 am
    Smartphones and extreme temperatures don’t play well together, regardless if we’re talking too cold, or too hot. Since it’s summer (granted, in some places), you know the temperature in your car can get hell-ish if you happen to leave it parked in the sun for even the shortest period of time. If you also happen to forget your smartphone inside, you’re looking for trouble. Well, not the explosion kind of trouble (though there have been reports in the past), but exposing smartphones (or any other electronic device with a battery) to extreme heat will definitely ...
  • Apple working on iOS 9 Home Sharing, says Eddy Cue

    Anton D. Nagy
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:39 pm
    Have an iPhone? Updated to iOS 8.4? Congratulations, you just lost Home Sharing for music! You are basically not able to stream music (video still works) from your library to your iOS devices in your house. The change happened once the 8.4 update was introduced, the version of iOS which enabled Apple Music. It wasn’t by mistake, or an oversight, as the official Apple Support page has now been updated to reflect that Home Sharing for music is not supported on iOS 8.4.According to Apple’s Senior ... Continue reading »The post Apple working on iOS 9 Home Sharing, says Eddy Cue…
  • New LG G4 S rumors surface as G4 flagship ranks higher than competition at Consumer Reports

    Anton D. Nagy
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:15 pm
    After the LG G4 was announced and all the dust settled, we started hearing about a certain LG G4c, which was believed to be the mini version of the flagship. Fast forward to May 19 and the company officially introduced the LG G4c, alongside the G4 Stylus, and now we’re hearing rumors of a certain LG G4 S. But before we look at the LG G4 S, Business Korea reports that the LG G4 flagship is ranking higher in Consumer ... Continue reading »The post New LG G4 S rumors surface as G4 flagship ranks higher than competition at Consumer Reports appeared first on Pocketnow.
  • Galaxy Note 5 video render, OnePlus 2 price, HTC losses & more – Pocketnow Daily

    Jaime Rivera
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:30 pm
    Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about HTC’s recent quarter results, and the significant losses it faces. Then we talk about Instagram as the company has finally made a positive change in its image quality. OnePlus follows as the company’s CEO has revealed that its OnePlus 2 won’t be as expensive as we think. Then we go through some FCC documents that reveal a Motorola phablet to come. We end today’s show with a leaked Galaxy Note 5 video render, and what to expect.All this and more after the break.Stories:–
  • Spec sheet for Huawei’s future 64-bit Kirin 950 processor emerges

    Jaime Rivera
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:14 pm
    Huawei is not only famous for the amount of smartphones it sells around the world, but for the fact that it doesn’t just build the final product. The company is also famous for its line of Kirin processors, which are decent competitors to Qualcomm, MediaTek, and Samsung, even though we mostly only see these on Huawei phones. Today we learn details of a future Kirin in the works, and things seem rather interesting.The rumored Kirin 950 processor seems to be a 64-bit octa-core processor that is made of four Cortex-A53 cores ... Continue reading »The post Spec sheet for…
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    Wireless News Headlines - Yahoo! News

  • Instagram now lets you share high-res photos you can be proud of

    6 Jul 2015 | 11:36 am
    The company had limited picture resolutions to 640 pixels by 640 pixels. That's now changing to match the images captured on Android and iOS devices.
  • The father of ‘mobile' cinema honoured in New York

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:29 am
    Sandeep Marwah, the first person to shoot a feature film on a cell phone, has collected an award from New York University's Tisch School of Arts in celebration of his impact on modern filmmaking. Marwah shot his first film on a cell phone in 2006 and in doing so ushered in a new wave of independent filmmaking in his native India and around the world, giving the next generation a simple way of getting their cinematic voices heard. This will be a day which I will remember for the rest of my life," said Marwah, accepting the award from Department of Cinema at NYU.
  • BlackBerry tosses up the SOS, and Android attempts to answer the call

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    BlackBerry is trying to right its sinking ship, this time with the help of Android. Can the combination of the Google-powered OS and a QWERTY keyboard save the day? Jack Wallen opines.
  • Hamas reopens offices of Gaza's only mobile phone firm

    5 Jul 2015 | 6:25 am
    Hamas authorities on Sunday reopened the offices of the Gaza Strip's only mobile telephone company, five days after closing them on accusations of tax-dodging. A statement from attorney general Ismail Jaber's office said that he had "ordered the reopening" of telecom provider Jawwal in Gaza City, but it did not give reasons. Jawwal provides a lifeline to the outside world for Gazans hemmed in on all sides by an Israeli blockade and Egyptian border crossing restrictions.
  • Hamas reopens office of Gaza's only mobile phone provider

    5 Jul 2015 | 4:05 am
    The Hamas-appointed attorney general in the Gaza Strip reopened the offices of the territory's only mobile phone provider on Sunday, five days after he ordered them closed over alleged non-payment of taxes. Jawwal is a subsidiary of the Palestine Telecommunications Co. (PalTel), the largest listed company in the Palestinian territories. Executives at PalTel had rejected the attorney general's accusations, saying all relevant taxes had been paid to the Palestinian Authority in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, where the company is registered and based.
 
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    Mobile Industry Review

  • Classic Handsets: the Siemens S10 (the world’s first colour phone)

    Roland Banks
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:10 am
    In today’s Classic Handset series article, we’re taking a short trip down memory lane to remember what is claimed to be the first mobile with a colour display: the Siemens S10. Back in the mid to late-90’s and well before the advent of smartphones, mobiles were basic devices with the ability to make calls, send messages and perhaps even a selection of rudimentary ‘apps’ such as alarm clocks and rudimentary games. And supporting polyphonic ringtones was touted as a key feature back then. Phones at the time had monochrome displays that could only a few…
  • Google I/O: five things we care about: Android Pay

    Roland Banks
    3 Jul 2015 | 12:25 am
    In the last of our five-part series about Google I/O, we’ll take a quick look at Android Pay, Google’s attempt at mobile payments. The company unveiled the Android Pay app, which replaces Google Wallet, in a bid to power tap-to-pay purchases on mobile devices at retail stores and within apps. Google Wallet however isn’t quite dead, as it will be used for non-Android Play Store purchases on the web, and also for peer-to-peer payments… Android Pay, a challenge to Apple Pay? Google has been hard at work on mobile payments for a long time, and most Android smartphones have…
  • The future of mobile technology – surely it’s intuitive?

    Roland Banks
    1 Jul 2015 | 1:37 am
    Today’s post is something a little different to normal, in that it’s an opinion piece on the future of mobile technology by Waiman Lam, ZTE’s Senior Director of Mobile Devices. In the article below, he discusses ZTE’s take on where mobile technology is going in the immediate future. ZTE is a Chinese telecoms company based in Shenzen. So who better to comment on the fast-paced mobile industry than one of the key players? Over to you Waiman… Having attended Mobile World Congress and the IFA preview already this year, I can testify firsthand that the evolution of…
  • What’s your favourite 361 podcast episode?

    Ewan
    29 Jun 2015 | 3:39 pm
    It’s me again, working through my todo list. One of the items is to ask you, dear reader, which episode of the 361 Podcast really stands out in your memory. We’re going to do a re-visit of some of the top ones as suggested by listeners soon. Now, clearly, if you haven’t listened to the 361 Podcast then… look away now. Or: Have a listen to some episodes (here’s the Season 9 track list). I think one of my personal favourites was when I lost it with Rafe Blandford, one of my two podcasting colleagues. We were talking about what it takes to build and maintain big…
  • Apps that changed the world: Instagram

    Roland Banks
    28 Jun 2015 | 11:21 pm
    This instalment of our apps that changed the world series looks at the phenomenon that is Instagram (“Instagram” is a portmanteau of “instant camera” and “telegram”). How has it changed the world? There is arguably nothing quite like it in terms of photo sharing, and the way it has turned more than a hundred million people into avid photographers and sharers. The Instagram community has posted more than 16 billion photos to date (more than twice that of other services such as Flickr), and there are tens of millions of new photos shared every…
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    All About Symbian

  • Fahrplan updates - services, bug-fixes, improvements

    22 Jun 2015 | 12:24 am
    Fahrplan is a third party alternative to Nokia/HERE's Public Transport and has been consistently updated over the last few years, I've done a summary of the changes below. And you can grab it in the AppList Store, of course (where else?!) If you live in a supported country, of course. Still an impressive third party project though.
  • Elop and Harlow leave, looking back on a decade of "What if"s...

    19 Jun 2015 | 1:55 am
    OK, ok, by popular demand, I'll cover this story, even though it's not directly relevant to either Symbian (AAS) or Windows Phone (AAWP) - Microsoft has announced a big shake-up in their management team. Why is this important? Because the main casualties were names familiar to many people reading these sites - Stephen Elop and Jo Harlow. A few brief thoughts, quotes and links below.
  • 808 PureView: red to white and back to red

    13 Jun 2015 | 5:34 am
    Andy Hagon will be well known to readers of this site. Partly because he was the guy who rashly sold off his very rare red Nokia 808 PureView. But not to worry, because he bought a replacement white unit and then found a way to change the housing completely, restoring full red 808 ownership. And, with some notes from Andy, you too might want to go 'red'...
  • Review: Proporta 'Mohawk' Turbocharger 8000

    11 Jun 2015 | 6:43 am
    Another portable charger for the pot, this time designed and distributed by a British firm. Proporta has a long history in 'Turbochargers' (as they call them) and this is the latest mid-range offering, the Mohawk Turocharger 8000. With great build quality and a perfect balance of form factor versus capacity, I was impressed. ..:
  • Live rock music video capture comparison: a 6-way test

    7 Jun 2015 | 11:53 am
    In this specific group test. I look at capturing high decibel music on a variety of new and classic smartphone cameras, four of which also have OIS to help keep the picture steady too. Add in low light conditions and a dozen factors trying to throw auto-focus out and you have the recipe for a decent multi-device group test. In the ring here were the Nokia 808 PureView, Lumia 1020, Lumia 930, Microsoft 640 XL, Google Nexus 6 and LG G4. Four of the six have OIS, at least three have HAAC microphones, and one has hardware oversampling per frame in real time. Game on!
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    UMPCPortal

  • Voyo V2 Mini PC coming with battery, storage options.

    Chippy
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:24 am
    Mini PCs with built-in batteries are cool. I’m currently testing the Ainol Mini PC and it’s very inspiring from a ‘project’ point of view, especially when you can run it wirelessly and knowing that Windows 10 will have some nice casting features. The Voyo V2 is coming soon though and it includes a battery and extra storage option. Voyo V2 Mini PC For $134 you can get a Voyo V2 mini PC with an Intel Atom Z3735F quad-core, 2 GB RAM and 32 GB eMMC. You’ll find similar specs in the Intel Compute Stick and the Ainol Mini PC. There’s a 17 Wh battery inside and…
  • Dell Venue 10 7000 – Good reviews. Bad Price.

    Chippy
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:33 am
    At 1063 grams, including keyboard, the Dell Venue 10 7000 is another Android 2-in-1 to consider for mobile productivity, if you can justify the price. Back in 2010 I tried to put together a 1KG ‘rig’ that would serve mobile computing duties and in the test I had one of the first Android-based ‘smartbooks.’ The Toshiba AC100 was a really interesting product let down by an operating system and apps that didn’t support the laptop style of working. Move on to 2015 and we now have two good Android-based offerings and a range of Windows-based offerings. The choice…
  • Windows 10 Build 10158 – Bigger steps needed for tablet users

    Chippy
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:16 pm
    This post is out of date before I’ve even posted it. As I was finalizing this post, build 10159 appeared and I’m downloading it now. We don’t know what’s in the latest build yet but it’s said to be significant. I’ll update this post with anything that’s affected here and write a new overview after I’ve looked at build 10159. The ‘beta’ tags have been removed from Store, Music, Maps, Edge and other apps in Windows 10 preview release 10158 and the old Windows 8.1 versions have gone. There are visual tweaks, support for Hello where…
  • Bargain, high-end Lenovo Thinkpad 8 (refresh) performance looks great.

    Chippy
    29 Jun 2015 | 3:36 pm
    The Lenovo Thinkpad 8 was the only early 2014 Atom-based Windows 8 tablet that I didn’t do a deep-dive review on. It was, as it turned out, one of the best and with its 1920×1200 display and USB 3.0 quite unique. A recent update to the range saw the original Z3770 processor being replaced with a Z3795 CPU (1.59 Ghz – 2.39 Ghz) CPU, 4GB of RAM, 128 GB SSD and a true 64-bit Windows Pro build. The improvements in performance are easy to measure. It’s got the processing power of a basic Microsoft Surface 3 but includes Windows Pro, more storage and more RAM. The LTE…
  • Incredible offer on top-end Lenovo Thinkpad 8 in Europe – I just bought one.

    Chippy
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:47 am
    Be quick because this is the best offer I think I’ve ever seen on an ultramobile PC. Fully loaded Thinkpad 8 for £240 Lenovo Thinkpad 8 tablets in the UK are all on offer now but there’s one incredible deal that I want to highlight. This is probably the most tricked-out ultramobile PC on the market and it’s on sale for £240. UPDATE: Available across Europe Via Expansys, E.g. Germany. The Lenovo Thinkpad 8 model 20BN0036UK_UK is currently  over 600 pounds at Lenovo UK. I just bought it for £240. I’m thinking about Windows 10 as I buy this. Look carefully at these…
 
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    Softpedia News > Mobile World

  • Sony Xperia Z3+ Receives Small Software Update That Should Fix Overheating Issues

    Softpedia News (Cosmin Vasile)
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:04 am
    Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 chipset is clearly faulty, as many benchmarks confirm it. HTC One M9, which is equipped with this particular SoC, had had major overheating issues before it hit shelves, but the Taiwanese company delivered a small software update that partially solved the problem. Basically, the update throttles down the CPU and GPU speeds in order to avoid overheating. While the solution solved the reported overheating issues, it drastically reduced the HTC One M9... (read more)
  • Lenovo-Backed ZUK Z1 Will Come with USB Type-C Port

    Softpedia News (Alexandra Arici)
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:40 pm
    The Lenovo-backed startup company ZUK will be launching its first flagship smartphone in the upcoming months, but a few weeks ago, the device got detailed quite extensively. Still, not all features of the phone were revealed, so this week we come back to the company’s upcoming Z1 smartphone. During a media brie... (read more)
  • Huawei Mate 8 Leaks in Press Render, Coming Soon with 6-Inch QHD Display, Octa-Core CPU

    Softpedia News (Cosmin Vasile)
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:33 pm
    Word about Huawei's next phablet, the Mate 8, emerged back in May, but at that time, we only knew a few things about what it looks like and what it has to offer in terms of specs. Even though previous rumors pointed to a possible June release, it looks like we're already in July and we have no confi... (read more)
  • Xiaomi Redmi 2 Gets a Price Cut in India, on Sale for Just $95

    Softpedia News (Cosmin Vasile)
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:09 pm
    As expected, Chinese handset maker Xiaomi has reduced the price of its most popular Android smartphones in India, including the Redmi 2. Xiaomi Redmi 2 was launched in China in early January and made it to India back in March. The smartphone was initially available for Rs 6,999 ($110 / €100), but beginning this week, customers in India will be able to grab it for slightly less. The Redmi 2 is now Rs 1,000 ($15.7 / €14.3) cheaper, which means that consumers will be able t... (read more)
  • HTC Aero to Pack Quad HD Display with Corning Gorilla Glass 4, 2.5D Glass

    Softpedia News (Cosmin Vasile)
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:54 pm
    HTC had a terrible first half of the year and things don't seem to get better for the second half unless the Taiwanese company starts selling its smartphones in huge quantities. The good news for HTC fans is the company is already working on the next high-end smartphone, which is said to be an intermediate device. The so called HTC Aero will be completely redesigned and will pave the way for the next flagship smartphone that's expected to be unveiled in the first quarter... (read more)
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    VisionMobile

  • Just out: Developer Megatrends H1 2015

    Stijn Schuermans
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:05 am
    Software developers are a driving force in every industry and a source of competitive advantage. They are the kingmakers of modern business. In our 50+ page Developer Megatrends H1 2015 report, we highlight 4 key developer trends for 2015.
  • To understand Internet of Things you need to understand Zenefits

    Andreas Constantinou
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:03 am
    Internet of Things is a buzzword in many board rooms in 2015. Enterprises from logistics to construction to healthcare, are seeing IoT as the source of data-driven cost savings and competitive advantage. For example allowing building operators to drastically save maintenance costs or allowing farms to have real-time insights that can systematically increase the yield of their crops. But there is a much bigger business model shift taking place. One that will cause traditional industry boundaries to collide and some to even collapse. To understand how IoT will change the business world, you…
  • Apple Music vs. Spotify: Don’t repeat this common mistake

    Michael Vakulenko
    15 Jun 2015 | 8:24 am
    The media and blogosphere reaction to Apple Music was mixed at best. Bob Lefsetz, who has written about the music business for over 25 years, says: It’s toast. Bob is making a very common mistake: He assumes that Apple Music is a product aiming to win market share in the existing music streaming market. Bob’s focus is then on how Apple Music’s features and pricing compare with the competition. Apple Music provides nothing new other than a live radio service, which is mildly interesting, but never forget that iTunes Radio didn’t put a dent in Pandora.
  • Connected car: A catch 22 for the car industry

    Michael Vakulenko
    8 Jun 2015 | 6:02 am
    More and more car makers understand that “digital” will bring profound change to the industry. Audi chairman Rupert Stadler recently said at CES Asia in Shanghai: “We are experiencing a digital revolution that is having a faster and stronger impact than the industrial revolution. This is the new normal. It will not stop.”
  • The Commerce of Things

    Andreas Constantinou
    2 Jun 2015 | 6:54 am
    You might be forgiven for thinking that Internet of Things stands for adding apps to a watch, or connecting a thermostat to the internet. This is where IoT stands today. More broadly, IoT is about adding computing capabilities to a physical object, and allowing it to interact with the world around it. But this is only the beginning. As we argued earlier, IoT is fast escaping both Internet and Things. And it’s about to change e-Commerce in ways we never expected.
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  • Access these 9 Total Youth Research Guides FREE

    Graham Brown
    9 Jun 2015 | 4:12 am
    There are now 9 Total Youth Research Guides available at the Academy. My Total Youth Research Guides are FREE to newsletter subscribers.  Click the links below to get access: Guide to Gens Y & Z Guide to Snapchat Guide to the Sharing Economy Guide to Mobile Messenger Guide to Retail Guide to Privacy Guide to Marketing Guide to Mobile Guide to Mobile Video All the content available at the Academy remains free as long as you're a newsletter subscriber.
  • Millennials and Their $1 trillion Buying Power

    Graham Brown
    4 Jun 2015 | 12:31 am
    Estimates value the buying power of the millennial market at around $1.3 trillion in the US. That would translate to around $10 trillion globally. When considering Millennial buying power, we need to look at the numbers in 3 ways: Millennials and direct spending, Millennials and their influence on other people and The lifetime value of the Millennial market. This article looks at these 3 aspects of Millennials and their buying power.
  • How to Market to Students (the Apple Way)

    Graham Brown
    2 Jun 2015 | 2:48 am
    Students have historically been at the forefront of change in both marketing and technology. SMS, MP3 file sharing, Facebook, messenger, Amazon, Apple, Red Bull plus numerous other brands all found their initial marketing beachhead in the student market. Unlocking this valuable market not only gives you access to $100 billion in spending right now but also a springboard into long term valuable relationships in both the adult and business market. In this article I look at just how Apple does it, and the approach may surprise you... Apple doesn't even have an official Facebook Fan Page!
  • Millennial Generation Facts

    Graham Brown
    1 Jun 2015 | 11:13 pm
    Millennials are a $1 trillion market. Millennials are a key consumer demographic because a) they are now the biggest globally and b) their tastes and preferences are changing the way we do business. These facts are a sample of what's available in my free book.
  • Generation Y Characteristics

    Graham Brown
    28 May 2015 | 4:30 am
    When it comes to understanding the characteristics of Gen Y Millennials, we need to look at them in the context of the media landscape because that's where they overlap with our world of marketing. Millennials aren't a different species. Their needs, wants and behaviors are timeless. What changes is how marketers and media can fulfill those needs.
 
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    Pocket-lint

  • The Rook is EE's £49 4G handset

    Chris Hall
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:01 pm
    EE has announced a new addition to its bird-named handsets with the launch of the Rook. The Rook joins the line-up that includes the Harrier and Harrier Mini, but this model is available for just £49 for new customers, or £39 for existing customers....
  • HTC Aero: Everything we know about HTC's next hero phone

    Elyse Betters
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:48 pm
    HTC's last two flagships released with nearly indentical designs, but now, for the first time in a couple of years, it's getting ready to break away from tradition and launch a new smartphone line. Or at least that's what all the latest reports, rumours,...
  • Microsoft's new Tossup app for iOS and Android makes it easier to meet with friends

    Elyse Betters
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:57 pm
    Have you ever tried texting a group of friends, hoping to make plans for the weekend, and then, of course, nothing pans out for whatever reason, and you're stuck at home alone with your two cats and Netflix? No? Just us? Well, the Microsoft Garage team...
  • Microsoft just killed Xbox Music but will still let you get your groove on

    Elyse Betters
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:07 pm
    Say goodbye to Xbox Music and hello to Groove. Microsoft has announced the Xbox Music brand is no more. But the service is still alive and well. The company explained in a blog post that it has rebranded the service to Groove, because "Groove describes...
  • Amazon's Cloud Drive app is finally here, but you can't do much with it

    Elyse Betters
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:00 am
    Amazon has long offered a cloud-storage service, but now, for the first time, it's getting a bit more fully featured and useful for people who primarily work from their phone or tablet. Amazon's cloud-computing division - called Amazon Web Services -...
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  • How Fleet Telematics Systems Are Helping Businesses Monitor Their Fleet's Status

    10 Jun 2015 | 4:50 pm
    But today, the most sophisticated telematics systems can be used to intervene when a truck driver is going too fast, following too closely, or falling asleep behind the wheel. Deploying wireless telematics systems can lead to increased productivity, improved customer service, higher levels of safety, and more efficient use of company assets.Thanks to integrating telematics into their fleets, companies are seeing a 15 percent increase in productivity per truck. Managers of even small fleets can now optimize the maintenance and performance of their vehicles while also improving driver…
  • Uninterrupted Internet: Maximizing Revenue and Minimizing Business Risk with 3G/4G Failover

    8 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    With CradlePoint as your Internet backup solution, you're ensured more uptime for your POS transactions and cloud-based services while gaining significant financial and operational benefits over wired backup solutions including: better reliability, lower operating costs, greater ease of use and management, and quicker speed to deployment.Request Free!
  • Don't Let Competitors Hijack Your Mobile Traffic

    8 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Tablets and smartphones already make up 35% of organic search traffic and very soon the majority of search traffic will be mobile. Start turning the tables on your competitors today by discovering common mobile errors, implementing clear cut mobile SEO techniques, and understanding why mobile configuration is not a one-size-fits-all solution for Marketers.Request Free!
  • Trends in Pop-up Retail: Innovative Merchandising Driven by Flexible, Dependable Mobile Connectivity

    8 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    The first part of the paper will address the business case for pursuing a pop-up strategy; the second part will consider technology implementation strategies that enable a rich and secure pop-up retail experience.Request Free!
  • Why Some VOIP Providers Hope You Are Stupid

    8 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Cheaper long-distance calls, easy networking and gaining competitive edge are all smart business reasons why companies are switching from analog phone service for the faster, more cost-effective VOIP. “Why Some VOIP Providers Hope You Are Stupid,” will help offer insight as well as address:What VOIP is and how it worksWhat kind of myths VOIP Suppliers hope you fall forHow to make a wise purchasing decisionDo not let providers laugh all the way to the bank with your companies' money.Before switching providers or upgrading, download this white paper to find out what you need to know and…
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  • Sony Ericsson Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Headset with FM Radio

    celladdons
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:45 pm
    Rock to the radio. Groove to your tunes. Network. Gossip. While you’re hands are free to do as they please.Enjoy exceptional on-the-go audio.Join the wireless revolution. Discover MW600. Walk off your worries. Leave your phone home. Clip on MW600. Tune into your favourite radio channel. And get your groove on. Crank up The Cure. Jam to Jack Johnson. On the tube. At the park. Anywhere your feet take you. Plug in MW600’s sound enhancing ear buds. Hit play. And jam! Close deals in the park. Stay in touch while you tan. Make the day yours! Pair your phone and PC. Grab a cup of coffee. Clip on…
  • LG 800G Prepaid Phone With Triple Minutes (Tracfone)

    celladdons
    4 Jul 2015 | 11:39 pm
    Includes Triple Minutes for Life FREE This means that every paid Airtime Minute you add to this phone will be tripled. For example, Add a 60 minute Airtime Card and get 180 minutes. Touch Screen Mobile Web Bluetooth® Wireless Technology 2.0 Megapixel Camera & Video Recorder MP3 Player (cable and microSD Card not included) APP Capable (App download requires purchase of additional memory) MMS Picture Messaging LCD Color Display Hands-Free Speaker Voice/Sound Recorder Downloadable ringtones & more using Airtime Auto Redial Phone Book with up to 1,000 Entries Polyphonic Ringtones Alarm…
  • GoPro Camera HD HERO2 Outdoor Edition CHDOH-002

    celladdons
    2 Jul 2015 | 11:22 pm
    GoPro spared no-expense engineering the HD HERO2. The result is arguably the most versatile, powerful and easy to use camera in the world.
  • Snap-on Rubber Coated Case for Apple® iPhone® 4 4S 4GS 4G AT&T / Verizon, Pink / Black

    celladdons
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:03 pm
    This snap-on rubber coated case keeps your Apple® iPhone® 4 AT&T / Verizon safe and protected in style.Snap on rubber coated case adds a splash of color and provides protection from scratches.Allows easy access to all buttons, controls and ports. Material: Hard plastic case with rubber coating.Type: Non-OEM / Aftermarket. Color: Pink / Black.Size: Perfect fit. Accessory ONLY, phone not included. Apple iPod®, iPhone®, or iPad® are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. Products are Apple compatible and not endorsed by Apple, Inc.Compatible With Apple®: iPhone® 4 - AT&T 16GB /…
  • Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 Unlocked GSM SmartPhone with 2 MP Camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth – Unlocked Phone – International Version – Graphite Grey

    celladdons
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:52 pm
    Slim and affordable like its predecessor, the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 is a great choice for those who need to be connected to work, friends and family while on the go. The easily pocketable Curve 3G features a comfortable full-QWERTY keyboard for fast, accurate typing, optical trackpad for fluid navigation, and dedicated media keys so you can easily access your tunes while on the go. Enabled for use lightning quick HSPDA 3G network, you'll be able to easily access the Internet as well as quickly download video, music and more. This GPS-enabled phone can access Navigator services for…
 
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    Mobile Demystified

  • 7 Free Tools That Will Make You Write Better

    Sam Balter
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    No matter your occupation, everyone writes something every day. We send a stream of emails, texts, write blog posts or news articles, compose tweets, and maybe even a handwritten card or two. Thanks to technology, people write more today than ever before. In order to connect with your reader, it is essential that every piece of writing is engaging and well-written, no matter if it’s a quick text or an in-depth article. Below is a list of tools I regularly use to help me write better. Grammarly – This simple plugin takes spellcheck to the next level. Grammarly corrects  all of the…
  • What We Learned from Three Months of Inbound Marketing

    Krissy DeAngelis
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:09 pm
    If you follow Waterfall’s marketing initiatives or are subscribed to our newsletters, you’ll know that we’re huge fans of inbound marketing. Providing useful, genuine, and timely content for our customers and subscribers is our main priority. HubSpot recently published our story, which identifies the lessons Waterfall has learned during our first three months of implementing inbound marketing: The importance of defining a strategy but staying flexible It’s all about the content, and lots of it How we organized our blogging process and team How we helped our blog find its unique voice…
  • It’s Summer – Time to Get Ready for Back-to-School Sales

    Sam Balter
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:17 am
    Winter is a distant memory, the rainy days of Spring have cleared, and it’s time to bask in the sunshine of summer days. The last thing on people’s minds is back-to-school shopping. Retailers hoping to capitalize on the annual frenzy of buying new clothes, office supplies, and electronics are fast approaching the deadline for back-to-school marketing planning. Back-to-school is an important time for retailers. Not only does the shopping from this time of year contribute to a large portion of total revenue, the clothes and items bought during back-to-school are essential to growing brand…
  • 13 Websites You’ll Want to Bookmark Right Now

    Krissy DeAngelis
    19 Jun 2015 | 9:27 am
    Have you ever asked yourself, “why didn’t I think of that?” This happens to me on a daily basis, especially after finding a super simple, but highly useful product. Below are 13 quirky websites you won’t be convinced you need until you take a look and realize you’re totally bookmarking all of them. 1. 10-Minute Mail Genius. Use this service when you need to quickly create a fake email address. You’ll get your subscription confirmation then the email address will self destruct in 10 minutes. Can we say endless free trials? 2. What the Font Ever seen a font and loved it but had no…
  • Why “Ugly” Design Makes Sense… for Craigslist

    Krissy DeAngelis
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:56 am
    Simple, clean, and purposeful design can make any boring product look like the next billion dollar investment. It’s no secret that elegant web design is just as (if not more) important as the content. Today, many popular websites are simply and gracefully designed, which got me thinking. I recently moved apartments and am deep in the nesting stage. All I want to do is search for that quirky mid-century modern chair or big colorful rug. Considering I’m a 20-something, this is my first legit apartment (aka no drywall or plastic counter tops), and I’ve never heard back from Extreme Home…
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    MobiGyaan

  • Oppo Mirror 5s with 5 inch HD display unveiled

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:08 am
    With the Lollipop powered smartphones selling rapidly globally, Oppo has now launched the Oppo Mirror 5s. Oppo has announced the launch of the Oppo Mirror 5s, which is the company’s latest smartphone running the latest Android Lollipop version. The device has a 5 inch IPS display with resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The smartphone…
  • LG G Pro 3 could sport 6 inch Quad HD display with pupil recognition

    6 Jul 2015 | 5:05 am
    While the LG G4 is selling rapidly globally, the company is now ready with the LG G Pro 3 and definitely seems to pack in a lot of power. According to sources, the upcoming LG G Pro 3 is confirmed to flaunt a 6 inch display with super-high Quad HD resolution of 2560 X 1440…
  • Vodafone partners with Xolo to promote online Black smartphone brand

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:57 am
    While Xolo had announced its new online sub-brand Black, the company has now tied up with Vodafone for exclusive data offers. Vodafone has announced its partnership with Xolo to promote the first device from its online only brand – Black. As part of the partnership, Black handsets would be put on demo exclusively at more…
  • Sony Xperia Z5 to feature Snapdragon 820 processor; Tipped for launch in September

    6 Jul 2015 | 1:05 am
    While the Sony Xperia Z4/Xperia Z3+ didn’t quite live up to our expectations, the company is now working the Sony Xperia Z5 which would a flagship in the true sense. According to sources, Sony is working on the Sony Xperia Z5 and is expected to unveil the same in September. While there are just a…
  • Moto X (second generation) cognac variant launched on Flipkart for Rs. 25999

    5 Jul 2015 | 10:03 pm
    While the Moto X series is doing well in India, the company has now launched the cognac version of the Moto X (second generation) in the country. Motorola has quietly launched the Cognac variant of the Moto X (second generation) on Flipkart. The variant, which has a colour resembling the shade of a variety of…
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    Prepaid Reviews Blog| Prepaid Reviews

  • UBI Resurrects Helio Brand

    Liz E.
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:52 pm
    UBI Telecom, a company that caters to Korean speakers in the United States, has officially resurrected and relaunched former Sprint MVNO Helio. Talk about a blast from the past right? Helio, for those of you who weren’t following us then, went through a series of complicated transfers when it ran out of money. It was picked up by Virgin Mobile, then subsequently dropped when Virgin was acquired by Sprint. Now, Helio is owned by UBI Telecom and is currently signing up customers again. Just like before, Helio will be using Sprint’s network and claims to offer roaming onto…
  • Should I Keep my Grandfathered Plan?

    Liz E.
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:35 am
    Things are constantly changing in the wireless industry and this is more apparent in the prepaid market than just about anywhere else. Between promotions, plan lineup shifts and other things, you’ve probably heard of or had a grandfathered plan at one point. But, what is a grandfathered plan? And is it worth keeping? What is a Grandfathered Plan? Sometimes, companies will offer promotional plans with more data, lower prices or other bonuses and features. Many times these plans will be for a limited time, and after a certain date consumers will no longer be able to sign up for it.
  • Port to Verizon and Get Second Month Free

    Liz E.
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:03 am
    Out of the four carriers, Verizon probably cares about its prepaid the least. In fact, I can’t even remember the last time that we had any kind of real news about any changes to Verizon’s prepaid segment, and the company has by far the fewest MVNOs. Of course, when you have the biggest network in the country, I suppose you don’t really have to do as many promotions, right? Well, Howard Forum users spotted a new promotion on Verizon’s prepaid launch page that could land new customers with one month free when they switch to Verizon. In order to get this promotion,…
  • Spruce Up Your Phone With a Skin

    Liz E.
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:26 am
    While there are a plethora of weird cases and awesome cases available for most phones, I’ve made it absolutely no secret that I’m not a fan of putting a case on your phone. I mean, I won’t argue that protecting your device is important, and cases are a great way to do that and express yourself. But, what if there was a way cooler and less bulky way to make your phone more you and also help protect against the little scrapes and dings along the way? Turns out there totally is, and it’s pretty awesome. Today I rediscovered a company called Nuvango. Originally created 10…
  • Defense Mobile Ups Data

    Liz E.
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:33 am
    I hope that everyone is having a really great Independence Day!! It’s all thanks to the US Military that Americans everywhere can take the day to have a BBQ, shoot off fireworks and generally just celebrate. So, today I thought it was especially appropriate to talk a bit about Defense Mobile, a prepaid wireless company that offers service to active and former US military members. In April, the veteran-staffed company officially launched with a series of plans for individuals, families and various international calling. Offering service through both Sprint and AT&T, the company is…
 
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    Untether.TV

  • Location IS the OS + Jeff White of Gravy

    6 Jul 2015 | 6:46 am
    Welcome to episode #241. On the show: Avaya's bus shelter soccer shootout; Beacons on busses by Proxama & Exterion Media; Apple patents high fives & location-based tasks; The ATM for food by Oasis24Seven; Selfridges Tiffany & Co brings flagship store to augmented reality; Starbucks taps Lyft for free frap deliveries; Systeme U's transparent food; Thalys' sounds of the city; Dentyne #followfood; Uber acquires mapping team from Microsoft; TCS acquires Loctronix. Special guest is Jeff White of Gravy. Resource is the Kahuna Mobile Marketing Index Full show notes can be found here.
  • The summer vacation show

    30 Jun 2015 | 6:06 am
    Welcome to episode #240. On the show: We take a look at tools, services and technologies that will make your summer vacation better - no babysitting included. We feature stories about: Google Photos; Mr. Everything; PayPal and Uber; Foursquare's mayor mea culpa; the KeepTrax app; Google's Sidewalk Labs; Trending places on Instagram; Samsung's safety truck; the Space Case 1; Piano, Push, Play + a bonus Pizza story. Full show notes can be found here.
  • Wearables AREN'T about getting ads to the wrist

    24 Jun 2015 | 6:51 pm
  • Would you believe we are twins?

    22 Jun 2015 | 7:46 pm
    Welcome to episode #239. On the show: Parkour Method; Roku & Innovid team up; VenueLabs acquired by Groupon; Amazon testing On My Way delivery service?; Ted Baker launches online virtual store with 360 degree panorama technology; Reachi uses a mesh network to help the Red Cross; Snapchat's Geofilters become ads; Lanes for texting in Antwerp; AdTile launches the Motion Store; NASA is getting into air traffic controlling...for drones. Full show notes can be found here.
  • Mapping the magnetic genome

    15 Jun 2015 | 7:53 am
    Welcome to episode #238. On the show: Thync's digital drug; Google's Location Aware Search; Indoor Atlas partners with Aisle411; Marriott and Netflix Travel Brilliantly together; Nomadic Gifts brings back the carrier pigeon; Verve Mobile acquires Fosbury; Facebook gives away beacons for free; Le Petit Chef entertains on your dinner plate. Our resource this week is The Meaning of Local from xAd. Full show notes can be found here.
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    TheAppWhisperer

  • APPart – Mobile Art – Pantone Color of the Day – ‘Persian Jewel’ – TheAppWhisperer

    Joanne Carter
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:36 am
    The post APPart – Mobile Art – Pantone Color of the Day – ‘Persian Jewel’ – TheAppWhisperer appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. Many of you have already seen our new segment to our APPart column here at TheAppWhisperer, edited by Bobbi McMurry. We would like to inspire all mobile artists to create […] The post APPart – Mobile Art – Pantone Color of the Day – ‘Persian Jewel’ – TheAppWhisperer appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • mDAC 2015 Mobile Photography & Art Winners Announced

    Joanne Carter
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:23 am
    The post mDAC 2015 Mobile Photography & Art Winners Announced appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. Many congratulations to all the winners of the mDAC 2015 Mobile Photography and Art Category. I was the sole juror for this section and the high level of work submitted […] The post mDAC 2015 Mobile Photography & Art Winners Announced appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • Mobile Photography Interview with Gina Costa – Street Photographer

    Joanne Carter
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:20 am
    The post Mobile Photography Interview with Gina Costa – Street Photographer appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. As many of you will know, among the assortment of hats that I wear, writing for the BBC and Vogue, I am also Contributing Editor to LensCulture.  I have a […] The post Mobile Photography Interview with Gina Costa – Street Photographer appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • Periscope – ‘The Latest Darling of the Technology Industry’ – The Telegraph

    Joanne Carter
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:38 am
    The post Periscope – ‘The Latest Darling of the Technology Industry’ – The Telegraph appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. Kayvon Beykpour, founder and CEO of Periscope speaks his mind with Sophie Curtis of The Telegraph. In this interview, Beykpour discusses his aspirations for the app, that Twitter purchased for around […] The post Periscope – ‘The Latest Darling of the Technology Industry’ – The Telegraph appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • Price Drop – iColorama – Image Editor and Brushes Painter – Available for less Today!

    Joanne Carter
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:53 am
    The post Price Drop – iColorama – Image Editor and Brushes Painter – Available for less Today! appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. Well now, iColorama is one hot sexy app! Utilised by many of the most successful mobile photographers and artists in the world today. Usually iColorma (for iPad) retails for $2.99/£1.99 […] The post Price Drop – iColorama – Image Editor and Brushes Painter – Available for less Today! appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
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    Best New Bands

  • Grave Babies Bring Their Meticulous Darkness to Portland

    Dakota Smith
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:06 am
    Portland – Nothing screams Goth like Grave Babies. The eclectic four-piece stopped at Mississippi Studios in Portland Monday night in promotion of their upcoming album Holographic Violence due out July 24th. Their lo-fi, distorted sound has garnered them comparisons to The Cure and even a darker Jesus and Mary Chain. Grave Babies have continued to Continue Reading → The post Grave Babies Bring Their Meticulous Darkness to Portland appeared first on Best New Bands. Related posts: Grave Babies Light Up Record Room in Portland   If you’re at all familiar with Grave Babies, lead…
  • Lenka Brings Her Quirky Pop-Folk Flair to Seattle

    Caitlin Peterkin
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:51 pm
    Seattle – A crowd of Seattleites gathered to see Lenka at Barboza. Having recently released her new album The Bright Side (Skipalong/Hickory Records), the Australian singer-songwriter is touring the United States to promote the record. Like the album, her live show is permeated with vibrancy and effervescence. After her darker-hued 2013 release Shadows, Lenka is now Continue Reading → The post Lenka Brings Her Quirky Pop-Folk Flair to Seattle appeared first on Best New Bands. Related posts: Monica Birkenes Brings Her Mr. Little Jeans To The Troubadour Los Angeles – With a…
  • Courtney Barnett To Open For Blur At The Hollywood Bowl

    This Just In
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:26 am
    New York – Courtney Barnett continues to set the music world alight with her debut album Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit which is out now on Mom+Pop Music, and there are no signs of her slowing down anytime soon. Announced today, Barnett and her band will open for UK icons Blur, playing Madison Continue Reading → The post Courtney Barnett To Open For Blur At The Hollywood Bowl appeared first on Best New Bands. Related posts: Courtney Barnett Releases Video For “Dead Fox”, Announces Tour Dates New York - Courtney Barnett’s debut album,…
  • Jacco Gardner Hypnotizes the Echo

    Matt Matasci
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:07 am
    Los Angeles – Though outside The Echo the temperatures had fallen a few degrees from their scorching mid-day high by Jacco Gardner’s late 11:30 start time, the venue’s ancient cooling system still failed to provide relief inside the packed club. Thank goodness Gardner specializes in a brand of baroque pop that is not really meant Continue Reading → The post Jacco Gardner Hypnotizes the Echo appeared first on Best New Bands. Related posts: Jacco Gardner Streams New Album – “Hypnophobia!” Los Angeles – Baroque-pop artist, Jacco Gardner’s new…
  • Love, Laughter, and Happiness: A Night with Good Graeff

    Sarah Hess
    3 Jul 2015 | 11:28 am
    Chicago – Good grief, Good Graeff! Sorry, it had to be done. However, after getting to know twin sisters Brooke and Brittany “Brit” Graeff – that’s Graeff like “safe” – you too will be exclaiming it, but in a good way, of course. Brooke (guitar, lead vocals) and Brit (cello, backup vocals) along with their Continue Reading → The post Love, Laughter, and Happiness: A Night with Good Graeff appeared first on Best New Bands. Related posts: Windy City Shows Grizfolk And Bastille The Love Chicago – Grizfolk brought their sweet folktronica to the Windy City. The LA band…
 
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    TechCular

  • LG G Pro 3 Spotted with impressive Specs

    Priyanka
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:50 am
    South Korean smartphone makers are busy preparing for the new handset. This time it’s the successor of the popular LG G Pro 2. The latest rumor going around is the 6-incher G Pro 3. LG is making big with the new handset. The smartphone features 6-inch Display, octa-core CPU, 4GB of RAM, and many impressive […]
  • Xiaomi Redmi 2 lands in Brazil with attractive Price tag

    Priyanka
    2 Jul 2015 | 5:21 am
    Chinese smartphone makers are making its way to the States. The smartphone we are talking about goes by the name Xiaomi Redmi 2. The handset has landed in Brazil. Redmi 2 is an affordable gadget added to entry level. It is offered at an amazing price. It sports 4.7-inch display, quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, […]
  • Huawei Honor 7 lands in China with Impressive Specs and price

    Priyanka
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:01 am
    Finally the wait is over. The Chinese gadget maker Huawei is rolling out the flagship Huawei Honor 7 smartphone. With metallic finish Honor 7 has landed in the market. The smartphone adds to the high-end series. Huawei Honor 7 sports 5.2-inch Display, octa-core processor coupled with 3GB of RAM and LTE Cat.6 connectivity. The price […]
  • LG G4 S Rumored to get Official Soon

    Priyanka
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:48 am
    If you ever guessed for a new LG G4 series smartphones then you are right. Looks like South Korean smartphone maker is in spree of releasing mid-end handsets. G4 rules once again. The latest rumored smartphone is added to the LG G4 series. The latest arrival is dubbed as LG G4 S. It was April […]
  • LG G4 Stylus enters Greece for $290USD

    Priyanka
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:58 am
    May release is already flaring Greece mart. We are speaking about the South Korean flagship device – LG G4 Stylus. The smartphone sports mid-end features and has entered the EU with grace. It is tagged priced at €259. If you are in Greece then you have your chance to pick the handset at the stated […]
 
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    MAS

  • Straw – Online Polling Made Easy for Windows Phone

    Faisal Bin Ahmed
    29 Jun 2015 | 11:16 am
    Screenshots   Online polling can be fun, especially when it’s personal and not a marketing tool for companies to collect more data. There are several ways to do polling online, Google Plus and Facebook being the more popular ones. But none of these sites is made for the sole purpose. Straw is probably the first Windows Phone app created having online polling in mind.   Straw was first released on Windows phone and gradually became available on other major platforms. The idea is very simple. You create an account(or use your existing social account), ask a question, share it…
  • MyTube 2.0 for Windows 8.1 – A Revamped YouTube Client for Windows

    Kazi Mahbub
    25 Jun 2015 | 12:43 pm
    Screenshots   The very popular (and rather awesome) third-party YouTube client, MyTube, has now finally launched on desktop Windows 8.1. In keeping with the recent trend of universal apps, the functionality and UI of the app across Windows on PC and mobile is similar, if not the same. We have already reviewed MyTube once (and awarded it App of the Month), but quite a bit has changed since then. MyTube has picked up its 2.0 update, and also brought along the universal app, thus it warrants another look.   Upon opening the app, you are presented with your subscription feed, and…
  • App Of The Month – May – Trello Central for Windows Phone

    Rahul Mathur
    14 Jun 2015 | 11:13 am
    At MetroAppSauce we write about apps catering to audiences of varied tastes. This month we have something different, we are featuring a third party app for Trello called Trello Central.   The Trello Central Experience   Trello is one of the most popular enterprise tool for task management in the world. Unfortunately, Trello doesn’t have a Windows Phone however but that’s exactly why someone went ahead and made a trello client that’s just outright brilliant. First thing you notice when you open the app is the custom loader. I have said this before and i’ll…
  • Xodo PDF Reader & Editor – A Versatile PDF App for Windows Phone

    Faisal Bin Ahmed
    18 May 2015 | 10:36 am
    Features of Xodo PDF Reader & Editor • NO ADS or in-app purchases! • Fastest PDF viewing engine and smooth navigation • Write directly on a PDF, highlight and underline text, and more • Annotate PDFs with others in real time. • Fill PDF forms and sign documents • Take notes on blank PDFs • Complete PDF support and compatible with Adobe Acrobat® and other PDF viewers supporting standard PDF annotations • Bookmark PDF pages for future reference • Night Mode for comfortable PDF reading in dark environments • A PDF table of contents allows you jump chapters and sections…
  • App of the Month – April – Tubecast for Windows Phone

    Kazi Mahbub
    5 May 2015 | 10:30 am
    The lack of an official YouTube app (and the drama surrounding the rather excellent one that MS developed) has always been a sore-point of the WP platform. This, however, have open up the path of many fascinating and unique YT clients. Each of them brings something unique on the table, but the one that is, indeed, the most feature-rich, is Tubecast.   The Tubecast Experience   Firstly, let’s spare a moment for the UI, as it’s the centerpiece of the Tubecast experience. Upon logging in to your Google account, you’ll be shown a list of your subscription feed. There is a row of…
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    Nokia N97 Blog

  • The interesting things of Nokia X

    Ricky
    20 Jun 2015 | 8:30 am
    A recently search result mentioned that Nokia X are in the top 10 gadgets of the most sought. The Nokia’s first Android smartphone with the characteristics of Windows Phone has turned out much steal the curiosity of many people. In developing and using Android, Nokia only uses licensed Android Open Source Project (AOSP) from Google. At this license, Google allowed anyone to take advantage of Android for free. Google has established a commitment that Android is an open source operating system. Android used on Nokia X current version is 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. Nokia’s Android operating system…
  • UK Carriers Announce £100 Bill Cap for Lost or Stolen Mobiles

    Blair
    20 May 2015 | 12:22 pm
    A lost or stolen mobile phone can be much more than an inconvenience. It can quickly escalate into a financial nightmare. It’s one thing to lose your phone and know that your personal information may fall into the hands of strangers; but criminals are just as likely to use your phone for their own nefarious purposes, leaving you to foot the bill. By now we’ve all heard the stories of customers being hit with massive phone bills after losing their mobile, or having it stolen while on holiday. Indeed, many victims of smartphone theft have found themselves faced with thousands of…
  • Easy techniques to recover the data

    Ricky
    6 Feb 2015 | 2:30 am
    Hard drive crash is a bigger problem for persons because of the important data stored in it. Recovery options are available for the data loss problems and they can get the data stored without any issues. Recovery or retrieval of data will be a quiet easy option when they consult with the person who has good computer knowledge. Many people are thinking that data recovery is an expensive process but the thing is that it is based on the data damage.  Data recovery software is available in the market and they can download the one which is suitable for them. Retrieving particular files stored in…
  • Best apps for your smartphone

    Ricky
    29 Dec 2014 | 9:39 pm
    Most of the people were using smart phones because of its advanced features and technologies. The person having their smartphone must use proper applications specially developed for their handset. So, they can easily improve the performance of their device without any difficulties and issues. One should go through the details provided on the site of the app developer before downloading it on their device. It will be helpful for the users to upgrade the performance of their device without any expenses. The applications developed for smart phones would be helpful for the people to maintain…
  • Mobile Spy Reviews – Choose The Best

    Ricky
    6 Nov 2014 | 10:12 pm
    With the arrival of smartphones as well as internet phones, there is improving amount of dishonesty among the cell phone customers. These interaction devices are used for hiding something from partners, employers or parents. You have all the privileges to know about what is going on around you. Best way to go regarding this might be to set up mobile spy programs in suspect’s cell phone. With quickly generated message logs and call log status, these are immediately sent to the account which you may access after log in. Spying isn’t terrible if you’re doing it to find if…
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    Lookout Blog

  • Japanese malware abuses service helping the disabled use smartphones; spies on victims and steals LINE data

    Lookout
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:00 pm
    The accessibility service in Android helps give the disabled and individuals with restricted access to their phones alternative ways to interact with their mobile devices. It also has unintentionally opened the door for Japanese surveillanceware to steal data from LINE, the most popular messaging service in Japan. After discovering this threat, Lookout notified both LINE and Google. None of LINE’s systems were breached. All Lookout users are protected against this threat. AndroRATIntern AndroRATIntern is surveillanceware developed from the AndroRAT malware toolkit. It is commercially…
  • The mobile threat landscape in the eyes of a CSO

    Lookout
    3 Jun 2015 | 9:30 am
    This week, former Cigna CISO Craig Shumard (who is also a consultant for Lookout) published an article in CSO explaining what the mobile threat landscape really looks like in reaction to a number of reports suggesting that mobile malware is no problem. His biggest takeaway? Where the market for mobile malware is still maturing, the overall mobile device is not a perfectly secure piece of technology to be put in a drawer and worried about later. We’ve received a number of queries regarding these reports, and we believe Craig’s article is a great explanation of the mobile threat landscape.
  • CISOs ask and we answer: Why enterprises should care about mobile security

    <a class="guest-author">Aaron Cockerill</a>
    2 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    Why should I, as an enterprise, care about mobile security? It’s a question I’ve heard a lot since Lookout started developing Mobile Threat Protection, our brand new product announced today that will protect large, global enterprises from mobile threats using our predictive technology. To me and to Lookout, the answer to why you should care is simple. It’s all about the data. Really, forsaking mobile security when you know your employees are accessing data via mobile is like leaving the side-door open with the front door locked, expecting no one to figure out how to get inside. In the…
  • European growth looms large with Gert-Jan Schenk on-board as VP of EMEA

    Lookout
    20 May 2015 | 12:01 am
    It’s been more than three years now since Lookout opened its doors in Europe. The team counts tremendous success, including building EMEA into the largest market for Lookout outside of North America and developing partnerships with major carriers including Deutsche Telekom, Orange, and EE. Now, it’s time to dig our heels in even more as we welcome Gert-Jan Schenck as VP of EMEA.   Gert-Jan will help Lookout to extend both consumer and enterprise business across the region. He’s got excellent experience in doing just that—Gert-Jan joins us from Intel Security (formerly McAfee),…
  • Mobile Privacy IQ

    Lookout
    24 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    Lookout today announced the findings of its Mobile Privacy IQ study, a survey of smartphone owners in the United States, that examines data-based trends about our privacy mindsets and how they inform our perceptions, behaviors, and feelings toward privacy when using mobile devices. What we found is that despite being increasingly tuned in to the importance of protecting the data on their mobile devices, a clear disconnect exists between people’s understanding of what it means to be privacy conscious and the actions they take in the real world. Key findings include: People (particularly…
 
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    Tatango - Retail SMS Marketing Software » SMS Marketing Blog

  • Political Candidates – 19% of Voters Prefer Text Messaging

    Derek Johnson
    23 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    With the 2016 presidential election coming up on us fast, it’s time that political candidates start planning their communication strategies. Recently CallFire polled 500 adults aged 18 and older between October 15th and 20th, and found that nearly one in five people (19%) said text messaging is the best way to reach voters. What’s even more interesting is that only 10% of those polled say that they’ve been contacted in the past by a candidate by text message. To celebrate the upcoming presidential election, Tatango has gone through it’s archives and put together the…
  • Push Notifications vs. Text Messaging: What Do Consumers Prefer?

    Derek Johnson
    16 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    Is your brand interested in sending special offers to customers? If so, you have a bunch of different channels in which you can use to send those special offers. A few of the channels you can send special offers to customers is through email marketing, text message marketing, direct mail, social media, and even through in-app push notifications. So many choices, which one do you pick? To be honest, nowadays brands have to utilize all available marketing channels to reach their customers, as you can see in the chart below, consumers all want to be communicated to differently. Ok, but we…
  • Learn How Starbucks Increases App Downloads with Text Messaging

    Derek Johnson
    9 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    Another great example of a brand using text messaging to increase app downloads.As you can see in the advertisement below, Starbucks is instructing customers to text APP to 697289 on their mobile phones to download the Starbucks Mobile Payment App. What other brands are using text messaging to increase app downloads? Glad you asked, as I’ve put together the following examples of brands using text messaging to increase their app downloads. Click each brand to see an example of that brand using text messaging to increase app downloads. Enjoy! Square Macy’s Target ShopKick 7-Eleven…
  • 5 Free SMS Marketing Templates

    Derek Johnson
    2 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    Are you running an SMS marketing campaign? If so, you’ll want to download our free SMS marketing templates. We’ve got free 5 free SMS marketing templates, that cover TCPA/CTIA compliance, how to create the perfect SMS offer, best practices for advertising SMS autoresponders to customers, determining whether you legally can text message an existing customer database, and even the best practices for advertising your SMS campaign to customers. With all of these free SMS marketing templates, there’s no excuse not to become an SMS marketing expert.   #1 SMS Marketing…
  • 94% of Seniors Are Sending Text Messages Weekly

    Derek Johnson
    26 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    Did anyone download Experian’s new report Millennials come of age: ConsumerSpeak Series? If so, did anyone see the section on what activities each generation were doing on a weekly basis on their smartphones? According to the report, which was generated from a survey of 23,689 adults, and done by the reputable Simmons® National Consumer Study (NCS), seniors (70 years or older) are going bonkers for text messaging. I’m not joking… The report says that the 94% of the “Silent Generation”, which represents adults 70 years or older are text messaging on a weekly…
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  • Pre-Intuit: When Tax Programs Were Competitive

    admin
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:32 pm
    Small-business owners who want to save on accounting fees or keep a closer eye on their finances may find tax-preparation software quite effective. Individual taxpayers have been using packages such as ChipSoft Inc.’s MacInTax and TurboTax for Windows and Meca Software Inc.’s TaxCut for at least five years. Potential users also include owners of sole proprietorships, who file Schedule C for business income/loss along with the business’s 1040. Once a company buys into tax software, it’s an every-year investment, since changes in the tax code require new versions every…
  • NTAS: Interesting Technology, Never Quite Amazing, Though

    admin
    21 Jun 2015 | 10:22 pm
    Like most LAN Manager sites, Siemens Solar Industries knew it eventually would have to upgrade to Windows NT Advanced Server. Although Microsoft Corp. has not announced plans to discontinue the LAN Manager networking platform, the bulk of its future development is going into NT Advanced Server. So when Microsoft shipped its Windows NTAS upgrade kit for LAN Manager late last year, David Johnson, PC specialist at Siemens Solar, decided it was time for a pilot project. The project, a collaborative effort between Johnson, his staff, and PC Week Labs, was a success. The solar energy equipment…
  • When Macintosh Was 10

    admin
    15 Jun 2015 | 12:03 am
    Ten years ago next week, Steve Jobs and Apple Computer Inc. introduced the Macintosh — a small, gray personal computer they claimed would change the world. What set Apple and the Mac apart from the IBM PC and other mid-’80s contemporaries was not so much the GUI or the mouse, but what was beneath those technologies. “They were taking a significant portion of computing horsepower and focusing it on making the computer easy to use,” said Larry Zelch, co-founder of Dantz Development Corp., a Macintosh development tools firm based in Orinda, Calif. Dantz Development was…
  • Let’s Talk Networks: Now!

    admin
    6 Jun 2015 | 11:50 pm
    Just when you thought it was safe to take a breather, your network users are clamoring to tie into another location, or to link to a minicomputer or mainframe system. As your network evolves from its original local-area coverage into a wide-area behemoth, you, as network administrator, now have a whole new set of devices and concepts to worry about. It all starts with the OSI model, which is used to represent the various layers of connectivity, from the simplest layer to the most complex. Different devices, with different goals, work at different levels of the OSI model. The Physical layer of…
  • Negative Ads In Tech Get The Lawyers Excited

    admin
    29 May 2015 | 11:02 pm
    Thinking about bashing a competitor in an ad? Take heed of the plight of Legato Systems Inc. It compared archrival Cheyenne Software Inc. to Pinocchio. Now Legato faces a $6 million lawsuit — and it has already lost two early rounds in court. As the industry becomes more cutthroat, it can be very tempting to slam a rival in print. And there are plenty of recent examples: A Platinum Software Corp. ad shows competitor Dun & Bradstreet’s software in a wastebasket; an ad for Symantec’s Q&A for Windows plunged a shiv in the middle of a beat-up box of Microsoft Access; and…
 
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  • The XOLO Era rocks a 5-inch display and quad-core processor, yours for Rs 4,444

    7 Jul 2015 | 12:39 am
    The XOLO Era is a budget smartphone with Android KitKat and 8GB of flash memory Soon after launching the new variant of the Cube 5 0 with 2GB of RAM XOLO has launched yet another entry level smartphone called the Era The XOLO Era runs Android KitKat and has been priced at Rs 4 444 The XOLO Era offers a 5 inch IPS display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels...
  • [Price drop]: Xiaomi Redmi 2 price in India slashed by Rs 1,000, now available for Rs 5,999

    6 Jul 2015 | 11:15 pm
    The Redmi 2 offers a 4 7 inch HD display a Snapdragon 410 CPU and an 8MP rear camera Soon after reducing the price of the Redmi Note 4G Xiaomi in India has dropped the price of another of its budget 4G LTE enabled smartphones in the country the Redmi 2 As per the announcement by Mi India the Xiaomi Redmi 2 is now being offered for Rs 5 999 Rs 1 000 down from the launch price of Rs 6 999...
  • Android KitKat-based MIUI 6 stable update now rolling to the Xiaomi Redmi 1s

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:58 pm
    The MIUI 6 update for the Redmi 1s is based on Android KitKat and brings several new features to the smartphone In April this year China based manufacturer Xiaomi released a beta build of the MIUI 6 update for the Redmi 1s Now there s good news for the Redmi 1s users in India as the brand has started rolling out the stable MIUI 6 V6 6 1 0...
  • LG G4: frequently asked questions

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:35 am
    An in depth look at what the LG G4 brings to the table While VFM contenders like the OnePlus One may have stolen the thunder away from premium flagship smartphones there s no doubt that high end offerings do bring quite a few flaunt worthy aspects with them Flagship devices showcase the best the brand has to offer in terms of design and features and there are quite a few potential buyers out there who don t shy away from spending the extra bucks to possess and flaunt the latest and the greatest...
  • OPPO Mirror 5S with a 5-inch HD display and 4G LTE support goes official

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:17 am
    The Mirror 5S offers Android Lollipop an 8MP rear camera and 16GB of internal memory China based smartphone maker OPPO has just announced its latest budget 4G LTE enabled device the Mirror 5S in its home market The device boasts a premium body with a glass rear panel and a metal frame and measures a slim 7 65mm around the waist The OPPO Mirror 5S sports a 5 inch HD IPS display and runs Android Lollipop based ColorOS 2...
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  • Netgear Launches New Cloud-Based IT Service Platform

    Antony Maina
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:33 am
    Netgear has launched Business Central – a secure, cloud-based IT service platform. The company says that this new platform will provide SMEs with a cost-effective way of establishing, providing and managing key IT networking services. The Business Central Wireless Manager, for example, will help firms and organizations, Systems Integrators (SIs), and  Value-Added Resellers (VARs) to centrally manage their entire wireless networks through the cloud. Business Central Wireless Manager will, for instance, help in delivering cost-effective Wi-Fi and at the same time it will enable single or…
  • The X900C Sony 4K Ultra-thin Android TV Now Available For Pre-order  

    Antony Maina
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:40 am
    Dust has barely settled after Sony launched their super HQ-resolution 4K televisions in April and yet they are back in the market with a new offering – the Sony 4K Android TV X900C. The TV comes in 65-inchs and 55-inches. The TV also boasts a Touchpad remote control, 2,160p (4) resolution,  4 X HDMI inputs and 3 X USB 2.0 ports,  as well as Motionflow technology (Sony’s term for its interpolated frames and 120Hz frame rate that makes the motion pictures to move smoothly). Though Android TVs are no longer jaw-dropping since we have seen a couple of  them in the market, the X900C still…
  • Oracle Announces 24 New Cloud Services

    Antony Maina
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Oracle has recently announced that it will be offering 24 new cloud services. Some of the new services include mobile, integration, big data and SQL, and Exadata database. However, the biggest buzz was on the Archive Storage Cloud Service and according to Oracle’s CTO Larry Ellison, this service was specifically tailored to go head-to-head with Amazon Glacier, costing only one-tenth of Amazon’s offer. The company’s chairman also added that their platform-as-a-service and software-as-a-service businesses were doing really well. This is the same message that was pushed some few…
  • You can now use Messenger without a Facebook account

    Antony Maina
    29 Jun 2015 | 3:58 am
    Whether you use an iPhone or an Android phone, chances are you already have Facebook Messenger installed. The good news however is that you no longer need to have a Facebook account to access Messenger. As a Messenger user who doesn’t have a FB account you will now be able to use Messenger to send messages to other Messenger users who’ve also signed up without joining Facebook (discoverable by phone number) and also with those friends that have a Facebook account. This recent move makes Messenger quite similar to WhatsApp, the popular messaging tool that Facebook acquired last year for a…
  • Box partners with Microsoft to bring You Office Online document Creation and Editing

    Antony Maina
    26 Jun 2015 | 4:15 am
    Good news to Box users, as they can now create and edit Microsoft Office documents using Office Online without having to leave the cloud storage service. This new merger is part of the plan to expand Microsoft Cloud Storage Partner Program. According to Box’s David Still, there are already more than a billion Excel, Word, and PowerPoint files in Box and users can now use the recently announced service to create and even edit Office files all inside Box. Any changes you make to an Office Online document/file will automatically be saved on the cloud, so you do not have to worry about having…
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  • OnePlus 2 To Come With “most advanced” Fingerprint Scanner

    Simran Singh
    29 Jun 2015 | 11:31 am
    In a new blog post, Oneplus states that its upcoming, OnePlus 2 will be packed with the “most advanced” fingerprint scanner. Oneplus confirms its Fingerprint sensor as the fastest, lighting quick and faster than Touch ID. Until Now, they are stating the fingerprint sensors as slow, inaccurate and time-consuming. As of now, an average user opens his device around 200 times and all over we waste about an hour if we count the sequence for a week. So to cut it company is going to use a better sensor. OnePlus states it as “it’s fast, it’s safe, and it’s secure”…
  • LG’s Hexagonal Battery To Improve Smartwatch Battery Life

    Simran Singh
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:39 am
    LG has introduced new kind of batteries that is aimed to improve the Smartwatch battery life. LG’s division, LG Chem has developed a new Hexagonal battery for smartwatches. As per the Korea Times, which sports a design that allows it to cover more surface area — specifically within circular smartwatches — reportedly improves battery capacity as much as 25% compared to traditional rectangular batteries. Kwon Young-soo, president of LG Chem’s battery business division, said that the new design would be instrumental in creating new devices. “A company should come up…
  • Facebook Lite Available For India And Philippines

    Simran Singh
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:05 am
    To solve the issue of low-bandwidth and speed of internet in the developing nations while opening Facebook. It has launched Facebook Lite for the devices. Facebook Lite is going to give the same social experience in the lightest way to the users who are using the 2G networks. Facebook announced the Facebook Lite at the developer conference and now they are delivering upto their sayings. If we say what’s the difference between the full app and lite version than its size will tell you all. Full version of the app weighs 250MB in size, Facebook Lite is just 430KB in size. They are…
  • How Google Robot Check For Lags In Android Devices? Here’s The Answer

    Simran Singh
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:15 am
    Did you ever tried to knew how Google scans Android Devices or check for lags in them? Then here’s the answer for your query in a video. Earlier it was a manual process of testing the phone device, particularly display of the device. Now, as we can see in the video, Chrome Touch Bot is doing it automatically which has reduced the manpower. The bot’s artificial digit pokes, prods and swipes the display in a series of web-based tests that help pinpoint problems in both code and hardware. According to Googler François Beaufort, the company uses a robot built by a Finnish company…
  • Motorola Droid Turbo Android 5.1 Soak Test Begins: Report

    Simran Singh
    28 Jun 2015 | 11:27 pm
    After, Moto G LTe and Moto X 2014, now its time for Motorola Droid Turbo to get the soak test for Android 5.1 Lollipop. It means Motorola is testing the Android 5.1 build on few user’s devices who were active members of Motorola Feedback Network. There are lot of features that will come up with this update as it will directly jump to Android 5.1 skipping Android 5.0 from Android 4.4.4 Kitkat. The new update consists Material Design, Project Volta, Quick Settings flashlight, Quick Settings animation, improved security and much more. David Schuster, Motorola’s Managing Director…
 
 
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  • Zoho Survey – Multiple Feature Updates

    Gautham G
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    Eagle-eyed users of Zoho Survey would have noticed a few more options popping up over the past couple of weeks. Wondering whether you might have missed any? Here is the whole list: Transfer your Survey Have you ever been in a situation where you created the perfect survey, and your friend begged you for a copy? Or you simply wanted to move your survey from one account to another, without losing all the reports you have painstakingly gathered? It’s quite painful to type the whole thing out again. The ‘Transfer Survey’ feature bypasses these issues. You can now send a…
  • Introducing Zoho Forms: Forms for Mobile Teams

    Narmadhaa
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:33 am
    Forms is all about entries, and entries mean data. Data that you have to study and act on, so why resort to stacking them in your basement — where they collect dust? Wouldn’t it be easier to create, share and submit forms on mobile devices, and then have the data automatically synced to the cloud? Introducing Zoho Forms: the smart solution to bulky paper forms. Take a peek at what you can do. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iymV94yoZY Zoho Forms combines data collection with two of today’s powerful technologies: cloud and mobile. The result is a mobile-friendly form builder…
  • Zoho Subscriptions is now connected to 400+ web apps using Zapier!

    Archana Narayan
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:25 am
    Companies today use a multitude of web applications for various purposes. While Zoho Subscriptions helps you to efficiently manage and track recurring billing, users might still want to integrate certain actions of Zoho Subscriptions with their in-house applications. For instance, once you enter the office, the first thing that you would do is check your e-mails and then have a look at your schedule for the day. If you are the head of an organization, you would take a look at the list of customers and decide if you have to add a customer to the campaigning list or wish to address them…
  • What Uber’s New Mobile Game Gets Right About Recruiting

    Austin Ries
    19 Jun 2015 | 9:18 am
    Over the past ​five years, the popular (and recently notorious) ride-sharing app Uber has grown from an idea to a juggernaut valued at an estimated $50 billion with drivers in 300 cities across 57 countries. And along with its somewhat polarizing public image of acting more like a frat house than a company, Uber has one universal ​dilemma: drivers don’t always know ​how to get where you want to go Last week, Uber took a step toward remedying this problem by launching a mobile iOS game called UberDRIVE. The purpose of the game is for players to navigate a real city map…
  • Reshape Your Documents using Zoho Writer

    Chinmayee Mishra
    18 Jun 2015 | 10:07 am
    A study by 3M Corporation states that ‘90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual, and visuals are processed 60,000x faster in the brain than text’. This means that when you send out a document with only text, chances are most of it never gets through to your reader. Making a meaningful connection with your reader can be a challenge when creating business documents. These documents are often professional, structured and include a large amount of text. But to make it more presentable, you can’t try jazzing it up with images in every third line or have clip art…
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  • #FacebookPlaceTips and #PayPal Purchase Protection | News From the Source

    Deltina Hay
    16 Jun 2015 | 11:14 am
    Better Business with #FacebookPlaceTips and #PayPal Announces Changes to PP Purchase Protection | News From the Source News From the Source from DeltinaU: Get the skinny on some of the most important developments and changes in social media and digital marketing – from the source of the story. In this edition: Facebook Place Tips and PayPal Purchase Protection Place Tips: A Valuable Page Tool for Local Businesses Source: Facebook Facebook launched their Place Tips App earlier this year. Now in a recent post on their Facebook for Business blog, Facebook is offering businesses valuable…
  • Google #MyAccount and #Instagram Improved Ads | News From the Source

    Deltina Hay
    9 Jun 2015 | 5:51 am
    Google Rolls Out #MyAccount and #Instagram Announces Improved Ads | News From the Source News From the Source from DeltinaU: Get the skinny on some of the most important developments and changes in social media and digital marketing – from the source of the story. In this edition: Google My Account and Instagram Ads Google My Account: Keeping your Personal Information Private and Safe—and Putting You in Control Source: Official Google Blog Google account holders can now enjoy an increased amount of online security thanks to the new Google My Account feature, launched last week. In an…
  • How to Fix Bad #Reviews and an Awesome Guide to #Quora | News You Can Use

    Deltina Hay
    4 Jun 2015 | 11:50 am
    How to Fix Damning Business Reviews from @SEngineLand and A Beginner’s Guide to Quora from @BufferApp | News You Can Use News You Can Use from DeltinaU: Stories you can use to improve your online presence and marketing strategies. In this edition: How to Fix Bad Business Reviews and A Beginner’s Guide to Quora 10 Ideas: How to Fix a Damning Business Review Source: Search Engine Journal People take reviews seriously. Study after study show that reviews impact consumers’ buying decisions. So what can you do to combat the effects of a bad review? In an article on Search…
  • Buyable Pins and #GooglePhotos | News From the Source

    Deltina Hay
    3 Jun 2015 | 7:25 am
    Pinterest Announces Buyable Pins and Google Launches Google Photos | News From the Source News From the Source from DeltinaU: Get the skinny on some of the most important developments and changes in social media and digital marketing – from the source of the story. In this edition: Pinterest Buyable Pins and Google Photos Pinterest Announces Buyable Pins Source: Pinterest Blog Pinterest announced this week that users will soon be able to purchase products directly from Pins. Pinners can even choose colors and other variants right from the pin. And purchases can be made on the spot…
  • SlideShare and Other Media Sharing Communities

    Deltina Hay
    28 Oct 2014 | 9:03 pm
    SlideShare and Other Media Sharing Communities Want to tap into little known social media opportunities? This course provides an overview of other types of media communities including document sharing communities like SlideShare and Scribd, as well as more specialized communities such as podcast and idea sharing sites. The course covers main features, optimization, privacy, and integration. Course lessons include: Introduction to SlideShare: This lesson offers an introduction to the SlideShare presentation sharing site. The lesson includes an overview of SlideShare features, how to optimize…
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  • Analyse Asia Podcast: An Asian Bubble?

    Sameer Singh
    24 Jun 2015 | 5:31 am
    A discussion about Google I/O and Apple WWDC 2015, and how some of the announcements will impact Asia as a whole. And a deep dive into the investment climate in Asia and how it differs from the US. Is the asset inflation problem in Asia worse than it is in the US? Interesting notes and links (with timestamps included):1) Post Google I/O 2015 [1:47]Google Now On Tap, PageRank for Apps & the Peak Google narrative. Do technology writers mistake narratives for business models?Does it still make sense to merge Android/Chrome?Brillio, the SDK for Internet of Things and the irrelevance of…
  • Google Now on Tap: PageRank for Apps

    Sameer Singh
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:40 am
    Google's implementation of PageRank algorithm was a transformational moment for the desktop web. In the pre-PageRank era, scouring search directories for relevant websites and manually typing long URLs into a browser's address bar was common. Google's use of links as a "voting" system for discovering websites changed online discovery forever. The app interaction and discovery model prevalent today bears many similarities with the pre-PageRank era of the web, with apps listed under numerous app store categories. Google's Now on Tap may usher in the very "PageRank for Apps" era we have…
  • Facebook and Google: Mistaking Narratives for Business Models

    Sameer Singh
    27 May 2015 | 8:30 am
    Source: VisionMobileDigital and mobile business models are a tricky beast. Many refer to them and analyze them, but few truly understand them. This is because successful business models in the digital era are markedly different from from the simple, direct, "make and sell" models prevalent (for now) in most consumer industries. This is why some very smart people who have studied and worked with direct business models tend to falter in digital and on mobile.A lack of clarity on asymmetric business model mechanics appears to be the driving force behind the negativity that followed…
  • Benchmarking the Apple Watch Launch

    Sameer Singh
    6 May 2015 | 8:13 am
    Now that the Apple Watch's launch is behind us, we may finally have the opportunity to study its (early) impact. The lack of data certainly poses a challenge as Apple has declined to reveal sales figures of its new wearable. However, there are public resources, notably Google Trends, that could give us some measure of insight about how this launch compared to those of the iPhone and iPad. While Google search volumes may not necessarily reflect real-world sales with any degree of accuracy (my own work proves as much), it does give us some directional insight.The chart above compares relative…
  • Meerkat & Periscope: Features, Not Products

    Sameer Singh
    14 Apr 2015 | 8:30 am
    Over the past couple of months, the tech world has become fascinated with live video broadcasts. Meerkat was the new live broadcast sensation until Twitter acquired and re-launched a competing app, Periscope. Since then, some tech observers have devoted themselves to tracking every detail of the competition between them. In my opinion, there are other facets here that may be far more interesting.Both Meerkat and Periscope leverage smartphone cameras to broadcast live video. However, the apps themselves don't play a major role in the discovery of these broadcasts. This may be because they are…
 
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  • New fun and fast paced continues space game Evade Maze

    21 Jun 2015 | 2:25 pm
    Evade Maze is free and easy to play. All you need to do is move and run away before something catches you. Evade and survive! Continues forever! or at least until you can survive! Checkout the latest updates and explore the game.
  • Indie Game Developer gambles all with Six Skills

    4 Jun 2015 | 11:48 am
    Why make mobile games when the market is saturated? There are over 1.2 million games on the iOS app store, most of them designed to make money first and entertain last. “I want to make and give away a game that I would love to play with no strings attached.”
  • A Popular Interior Design App Planner 5D Releases for Android

    4 Jun 2015 | 11:47 am
    With 3,5M Users on Board, interior design app Planner 5D has launched its application for tablets on Android that is now available on Google Play.
  • Mega Pang Galaxy. Survive Chaos!

    26 May 2015 | 7:49 am
    Clear the stages before the screen become full of tiny bubbles that chaotically rain down on you. Too many bubbles to handle? You’re equipped with a gun that shoot one fire at a time from the bottom to the top of the screen, until it either reaches the ceiling or pops a bubble on the way up. You can use some power-ups (the double shot, the grapple hook, the blaster and the shield) if you are lucky you'll find them hidden in balls and destructible blocks
  • Augmented Life Release Moon Gravity Jump - FREE Android Game

    21 May 2015 | 6:40 am
    Augmented Life, LLC announced today their company’s first game “Moon Gravity Jump”. It is now available in the Google Play Store. Moon Gravity Jump is a simple and minimalistic, yet challenging and addictive arcade game that will put players in the shoes of astronauts who are stranded on the moon. Aliens are attacking them, and astronauts have to jump over them to stay alive. In Moon Gravity Jump, jump timing is crucial. Players must use the moon’s lower gravity to their advantage. Get it NOW!!
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  • Measuring the Lifetime Value of a Mobile Customer

    Sylvain Gauchet
    9 Jun 2015 | 7:12 am
    Guest post by Alex Walz (Apptentive). The difference between apps that sell for millions of dollars and apps that never see a dime can often be narrowed down to a single point: How well their developers and marketers understand the value of a customer. Customer lifetime value (CLTV) is at once both one of the most powerful metrics in the mobile app publisher’s toolbox and one of the most enigmatic. CLTV can serve many purposes: an indicator of your health’s success, a reminder of the power of customer loyalty, and a tool for forecasting growth. But at its simplest, customer lifetime value…
  • Use deep linking as a powerful acquisition and retention channel

    Sylvain Gauchet
    30 Nov 2014 | 5:19 am
    Guest post by Alexandre Jubien (ThinkMobile). The issue We’ve all faced that issue. You have an app installed in which you are logged in. You receive an email from the service and you click on a link in that email. It opens your browser on the mobile website that requires that you log in – WTF? Wouldn’t it be great if the app was opened instead? The app you made an effort to install and log into? This is possible, and the solution to this issue is called Deep Linking. The issue: example with Twitter email opening mobile website and asking for login while app is installed! Why does it…
  • Get your users advertising for you – benefits of a viral loop

    Sylvain Gauchet
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:18 am
    Guest post by Sam Hutchings (Tapdaq). Acquiring users continues to become more expensive each and every time we look at it. Chartboost recently pegged the average cost of acquisition across their network as $2.69 for iPhone apps and $3.30 for iPad. Depending on the country and device you’re selling to, this can reach as high as $5.96 per install. What if you could reduce your reliance on CPI user acquisition methods altogether, and encourage your current users to bring on the next wave of users themselves? That’s where a little something called a “viral loop” comes in. What is a viral…
  • How To Brainstorm Keywords For Your App

    Sylvain Gauchet
    11 Nov 2014 | 10:27 am
    Guest post by Evaldo Rossi (WordData). App Discovery is one of the biggest issues the App Store has. iOS 8 kind of tried to solve this problem; but the sheer size of the store, with more than 1.3 million apps, will always make app discovery a difficult process. Another factor that contributes to this situation is the search engine. Search in the App Store is primitive; it still depends on a Keywords field and the keywords found on the App Name, the Publisher name and the In-App Purchases display names. That’s why Keyword Optimization, or KWO, is so important in App Store Optimization…
  • Localize your app to get more users

    Sylvain Gauchet
    4 Nov 2014 | 8:55 am
    Guest post by Olivier Verdin (AppTweak). The Apple App Store is now present in more than 150 countries and in 40 languages. Developers should benefit from this global audience and prepare their app to reach new users. Apple presents a few customer cases of companies who developed a successful internationalization of their app. Among them, Eurosport has localized their app in many languages. “In only two years, Eurosport.com’s apps for iPhone and iPad have been downloaded over 4.7 million times. This success is partly thanks to their content and interface being available in 10 languages…
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  • Cloud Computing, Mobile and You

    Jordan Johns
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:25 pm
    You may have heard of “Cloud Computing” throughout the recent years, but what exactly is it? What does it have to do with Mobile and how can it impact app development? There are many different forms of Cloud Computing, 3 of which I will go over with examples of how they can help (or be a deterrence) to app development. Why Cloud Computing? Reduce development and maintenance costs Increase any combination of availability, scalability and performance When you transition to a Cloud Computing platform, most of the initial setup is already done for you, which saves time and money. At the same…
  • Grid Layout for Scroll View Content of Ambiguous Size in iOS

    Robert Kapiszka
    24 Jun 2015 | 2:21 pm
    When developing a heavily UI based iOS application, using auto layout can be quite the love-hate relationship, especially when dealing with the scroll view. Simple layout designs can be quite tricky to implement with one prominent example being implementing a grid-like pattern of arbitrary row and column sizes. Fret not, however, for this tutorial will walk you through creating a simple grid pattern. To start, open up Xcode and create a new Single View Application project. Now add the scroll view as a child to the view controller’s root view and apply the standard constraintsto fit onto the…
  • A Deeper Look at Some of Our Apps

    Chad Jones
    23 Jun 2015 | 2:43 pm
    Over the past years, we have pushed many mobile apps out into the world. Barely a month goes by where we don’t release a new or updated app for one of our many clients. In this post, I want to cover a few of our apps in greater detail, to explain what they do, why they exisst Affinity Credit Union This app was originally built as a simple ATM/Branch locator with a link to their mobile website to perform banking functionality, but Affinity had larger ambitions. In 2013, we moved forward with providing them a full-fledged native banking application, allowing users to pay bills online,…
  • Finding Humor in the Terms Used in App Development

    Coralie Wheler
    18 Jun 2015 | 4:09 pm
    After over a decade in the software and web development industry, developer humor has a special place in my heart. It’s like an ongoing set of inside jokes! Of course, the software that we use to create apps is also created by developers, so I feel like the same sense of humor I’ve loved for years also comes shining through in the terminology used in our day to day work. Here are some of the terms used here at Push that used to (or still do) give me a little bit of extra joy every time I hear them said aloud. Toasts Toasts are used in Android apps to display a brief message to…
  • Get to Know Our Team – Megan

    Megan Cheesbrough
    17 Jun 2015 | 10:00 am
    How long have you worked at Push? It’s been an action-packed almost-two-weeks at Push! Why did you become a developer? I’ve always been someone who likes logic puzzles and mental challenges, so programming and playing with computers was a natural hobby for me in my teens. Ultimately, though, it wasn’t until I began to see how much room there is for creativity in computer science, many years later, that I began to see a career for myself in development. The field of Computer Science is known for the challenges of working with bare logic, but I love that even in the confines…
 
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    iQmetrix :: intelligent retail

  • Daily Dose of iQ: DipJar Accepts Preset Tips, Payment with A Simple 'Dip'

    Allan Pulga
    3 Jul 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Today, we came across an interesting retail startup called "DipJar," whose teal-colored terminal makes it easy for small businesses to accept preset tips or payments at the point of sale. As indicated in the image above, a coffeeshop could set a standard tip amount of $1 and, after paying for your coffee, all you have to do is swipe your card into the DipJar, and the tip is processed. DipJar appears simple enough, but it doesn't appear to support EMV or NFC. In today's ever-changing world of payment/loyalty apps, payment terminals and POS technology (not to mention, nobody carrying cash…
  • Daily Dose of iQ: Traditional Retailers' Advantage vs. E-Commerce Giants

    Allan Pulga
    2 Jul 2015 | 2:18 pm
    Mobile Commerce Daily's Chantal Tode wrote yesterday (July 1) about how Amazon and eBay are trying to physically connect with customers using pop-up stores and trucks (like the above Amazon "Treasure Truck"). The issue, though, as pure-play e-commerce giants try to become omnichannel retailers, is Amazon and eBay "struggle to deliver the same level of convenience that traditional retailers can harness and which smartphone-equipped shoppers are demanding," Tode wrote. Tode spoke with Jason Goldberg, VP of commerce strategy at Razorfish, who explained that brick-and-mortar stores like…
  • Daily Dose of iQ: Amazon Launches 1-Hour 'Prime Now' Deliveries in London

    Allan Pulga
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:36 pm
    Today, Amazon announced "Prime Now," one-hour delivery in London, U.K. exclusively for Amazon Prime members. As indicated in the above screenshot (full promotional ad is viewable on YouTube), Prime members can pay ₤6.99 for one-hour delivery, as long as they live in an appropriate postcode area. "Prime Now offers up to 10,000 products from groceries to electronics, all of which are stockpiled in Amazon's local fulfilment centre in East London," Engadget's Matt Brian wrote today. "To take advantage of 60-minute deliveries, you'll need to download the separate Prime Now app (available on both…
  • Daily Dose of iQ: Clever 'Bookindy' Chrome Plugin Displays Local Bookstore Prices on Amazon

    Zoran Kovacevic
    29 Jun 2015 | 3:35 pm
    Springwise blogged (June 25) about a nifty Chrome plugin called Bookindy that overlays the browser when visitors browse Amazon.com, displaying the price of the book in question at a local boostore (see above screenshot). "Bookindy was founded by William Cookson in an attempt to encourage book buyers to shop local, by making the experience just as convenient as using the e-commerce giant," wrote Springwise. "The plugin is powered by Hive an online retailer that already collates over hundreds of independent UK bookstores on one site. To use, customers simply download Bookindy and allow it to…
  • Competition 'Heats Up' Between Australia's Big Three Carriers

    Allan Pulga
    29 Jun 2015 | 1:44 pm
    Last month (May 18), the Sydney Morning Herald's David Ramli wrote about Optus' plans for a "hard nosed" review of its 160 retail stores in order to keep costs down. "Optus is fighting hard to find savings while spending big to avoid becoming a permanent also-ran in the telecommunications industry," he wrote. "Telstra has continued to dominate the market while smaller players such as iiNet and TPG Telecom are merging to create new sector giants that could topple Optus from its position as Australia's second-largest phone and internet provider." Singtel-Optus CEO Allen Lew (pictured above)…
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    Neomobile Blog

  • Neomobile Sporting Club: it’s football time!

    Neomobile
    3 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Neomobile Sporting Club organized the first Neo Sporting Day in Rome dedicated to football. Check out the video! As the ancient Romans used to say, “mens sana in corpore sano,” and we took their word for it! At Neomobile we promote healthy life and sports, and that’s why we organized the first Neo Sporting Day. More that 20 colleagues, both men and women, divided into 3 teams, played a small tournament, including our CEO, Claudio Rossi. Check out the video from the event and read the full article on neomobile-jobs.com   The post Neomobile Sporting Club: it’s football…
  • Agile Principles and Values: why organizations need it

    Neomobile
    2 Jul 2015 | 8:26 am
    Agile development, that was once strictly related to software, now becomes a part of corporate organization for numerous companies. We bring together some of its core principles and values that will help us understand why Agile momentum continues and why it’s in the center of corporate attention Our Agile series continues, after the introductory articles on Agile, Knowledge working and DevOps. We are focusing today on the key principles of this methodology, that is becoming an inseparable part of corporate visions that strive to work smarter, faster and more efficiently. Let’s…
  • Neomobile’s Monthly Roundup – June 2015

    Neomobile
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:06 am
    Top monthly news from the mobile & tech industry selected by Neomobile for June, 2015 Catch up on all the important mobile market news from June 2015 with Neomobile! We bring you a recap of the most popular stories every month. For Agencies, Targeted Video Ads Best at Grabbing Viewer Attention As consumers spend an increasing amount of time viewing digital video, advertisers are following along. Indeed, nearly seven in 10 US ad agency professionals polled by Strata in May 2015 said video was their main campaign focus. And further results indicated that they were pleased with the value…
  • Apple, Google & Windows – The In-App Purchase (IAP) War

    Neomobile
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:51 am
    Discover the latest in-app purchase (IAP) trends in the 3 major app stores: Apple’s App Store, Google’s Google Play store and the Windows Phone Store When it comes to monetizing mobile apps, the trends are always changing. Major app stores are still competing to find the best methods to increase app downloads and in-app purchases (IAP), or micropayments. IAP generally functions best within a Freemium structure where the user downloads an app, free of cost and with an option to make small purchases within an app to unlock features or buy extra lives or levels on mobile games.
  • Video Advertising on the Rise in 2015

    Neomobile
    25 Jun 2015 | 3:25 am
    Connectivity combined with the magic of moving pictures – this is how videos became the new print. Discover why video today is one of the fastest-growing opportunities in digital advertising The emotional draw of the viewing experience and the global adoption of broadband allowed the rapid increase in the digital video interest, both by the consumer and advertisers. The popularity of videos on social channels, not only YouTube but also Facebook and Instagram, and the accessibility of HD videos on mobile devices boosted video traffic – today half of it, on a global level, is mobile! This…
 
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    upbeat.it

  • Percentage of Apple Watch apps

    Cesare Rocchi
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:05 am
    How many watch apps are there? While searching for the answer I stumbled upon this report by AppAnnie. On June 8th there were 6,352. When I found it I felt it wasn’t a lot interesting. So I came up with a different question: In the countries in which the Apple Watch has been released, which is the percentage of apps that have a companion Watch app? I extrapolated some of the data that I have via AppVersion and http://canihazawatchapp.com and then I started crunching. The Apple Watch is on sale in 15 countries so far: Australia Canada China France Germany Hong Kong Italy Mexico Singapore…
  • Sandbox is bad sandbox is good

    Cesare Rocchi
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:58 am
    I love the Mac App Store, I hate the Mac App Store. The review system makes me angry, the review system makes my machines safer. I am a developer, I am a user, I am thorn. You might have read a lot of posts about how it’s hard to make a living in the App Store. The most common reasons are the usual ones: no paid upgrades long review times inconsistent rules no access to customers emails As a developer I perceive all these as obstacles to my business. BUT As a user, I love the App Store, especially the MAS. At least once a year I reinstall OS X on my machines, from scratch. Most of the…
  • My WWDC week was about people

    Cesare Rocchi
    24 Jun 2015 | 5:20 am
    WWDC was two weeks ago. I watched some of the videos while I was in SF. I don’t remember anything, and I will watch them again. What I remember vividly is the people that I met, so many and so passionate. I don’t remember what’s new in Swift 2.0 but I clearly remember who I met in SF, where and what we talked about. The essence of a conference is not the new APIs or tools presented but the people you meet and the relationship you create or nurture. If I had a WWDC ticket I’d have been worried to get the most out of it. Attending as many presentations as possible and…
  • Rob Napier on Taylor Swift and Apple

    Cesare Rocchi
    23 Jun 2015 | 1:21 pm
    The web is full of unneeded and useless words about the “Taylor Swift convinced Apple with a blog post” episode. Among all the crap I found a gem, a post by Rob Napier The difference is that musicians had a money problem and devs have a not-money problem.…The App Store is an engineering problem, not a money problem. Engineering problems are hard and messy.…And that’s why one artist can move all of Apple. Yes, she’s big and important, but she also brought a simple problem.Rob Napier robnapier.net/throw-money/… I agree 100%. Developers don’t have a money…
  • My plan for Twitter

    Cesare Rocchi
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:19 am
    Now that Dick Costolo stepped down, everybody has a plan for Twitter. So why should you read mine? Because it’s simple and effective. We (developers) made Twitter was it is because of its APIs. Remember when 80% of iOS demo apps were a Twitter client? Yes, that was PR, for free. Now Twitter does not need PR anymore but it needs tools so that people can use it in a meaningful way. So what’s my plan? Open up the APIs by loosening the tight limits (presumably) imposed to make Wall Street happy. Developers are pretty far from the Wall Street mentality. We need tools to build products. Give us…
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    Sensor Tower App Marketing Blog

  • What Trending Searches Can Reveal About Global Markets

    Sensor Tower
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:47 am
      Apple’s Trending Searches feature appeared last September with the release of iOS 8. We quickly incorporated this information into the Sensor Tower dashboard, so that our customers have yet another resource for conducting keyword research. But other than ideas for hot new keywords, what more can be learned from Trending Searches? We’ve run the data, and have some interesting new use cases for this tool. For this study, we looked at Trending Searches from the first half of 2015. Here’s what we learned from the year to date. Staying Power of Trending Searches Having…
  • Streaming Music Mobile Apps: SmackDown 2015

    Sensor Tower
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:40 am
      Today’s post is a special guest contribution by Sensor Tower’s VP of Operations, Jeff Yates. With Apple’s acquisition of Beats Music last year, and today’s launch of a new streaming music service, the world is poised to listen and change. While Apple is considered to be a strong favorite to come out on top of the streaming music competition, the timing of the winners and losers is never quite as clear as the pundits may have you think. There’s nothing like good hard data to back up your market assessment, identify the bodies before they hit the ground, and…
  • New and Improved: Category Rankings in Sensor Tower

    Sensor Tower
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:09 am
      Tracking how an app ranks in each of its respective categories is an important part of the ASO workflow. Improved category rankings indicate that your marketing strategy is paying off. The closer an app gets to the top of the charts, the more visible it becomes. This month, we’ve increased the functionality of our Category Rankings module to ensure that all Sensor Tower users are getting maximum utility from the feature, along with increased ease of use. Let’s take a look at the new possibilities! Multi-Country View For any app you are tracking in your Sensor Tower…
  • Data Checkpoint: Two Months with the Apple Watch

    Sensor Tower
    23 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
      Tomorrow marks the two month anniversary of Apple Watch. Early adopters have been more than willing to share their initial feedback, which covers the anticipated spectrum (from new toy joy to “meh” and disappointment). But how has this new mobile marketplace been developing? We’ve used our data to create an Apple Watch update, in order to help developers and publishers plan their next steps in conjunction with the device. Overall Growth of Apple Watch Compatible Apps On launch day, the App Store for Apple Watch was already stocked with 3,000 apps from third party…
  • Four Ways Sensor Tower's Review History Feature Will Improve Your ASO

    Sensor Tower
    18 Jun 2015 | 5:43 am
      The quantity and quality of your app’s reviews can have a major impact on performance. Multiple positive reviews signal a quality product, inspiring others to download. Apple and Google take this data into consideration within their ranking algorithms. By incorporating the Review History module into our platform, Sensor Tower has allowed developers to easily navigate all of their user feedback. And guess what? It’s free for all Sensor Tower users! In this post, I’ll share four of my favorite ways to use this feature and improve ASO for any app. Monitor Satisfaction in…
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    WordPress.com News

  • New Theme: Libre

    Caroline Moore
    2 Jul 2015 | 10:00 am
    Happy Theme Thursday, all! Today I’m happy to introduce Libre, a new free theme designed by yours truly. Libre Libre brings a stylish, classic look to your personal blog or longform writing site. The main navigation bar stays fixed to the top while your visitors read, keeping your most important content at hand. At the bottom of your site, three footer widget areas give your secondary content a comfortable home. Customize Libre with a logo or a header image to make it your own, or use one of two custom templates — including a full-width template with no sidebar — to change…
  • Reinvented Video for WordPress

    Guillermo Rauch
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:52 pm
    Today, we’re announcing a complete overhaul of VideoPress, the service that has powered more than 3,000,000,000 video plays on WordPress.com and Jetpack-connected self-hosted WordPress sites around the world. We’ve made the next-generation VideoPress dynamic, responsive, and lightning fast to support the ever-evolving needs of content creators everywhere. Take a peek at what’s under the hood! Embed anywhere, play anywhere Out of the box, the new VideoPress is lightweight and responsive for beautiful playback on any screen, from smartphones to desktops. VideoPress works on all modern…
  • #LoveWins! LGBTQ Bloggers Make Their Voices Heard

    Hugo Baeta
    30 Jun 2015 | 10:30 am
    You might have noticed the rainbow banner across the top of WordPress.com over the weekend — our way of marking Pride month, celebrated by cities across the globe in June, as well as the US Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing same-sex marriage across all states. (The United States now joins 20 other countries, including my own, Portugal, in fully recognizing same-sex marriage nationwide.) Today is a big step in our march toward equality. Gay and lesbian couples now have the right to marry, just like anyone else. #LoveWins — President Obama (@POTUS) June 26, 2015 Here at…
  • July in Blogging U.: Blogging 101 and 201

    Michelle W.
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:40 am
    Note: Blogging 101 and Blogging 201 cover the same content each time they are offered. Have you just started blogging (welcome!), or are you looking to breathe new life into a blogging habit that’s fallen by the wayside? Blogging U. is a great way to get on track, with bite-size assignments, a supportive community, and staff to support you. We’re offering two courses in July — learn more: Blogging 101: Zero to Hero — July 6 – 24 Blogging 101 is three weeks of bite-size blogging assignments that take you from “Blog?” to “Blog!” Every weekday, you’ll get…
  • Celebrating 10 Years of WordPress.com & Automattic

    Mark Armstrong
    26 Jun 2015 | 5:29 am
    This year marks the 10th birthday of WordPress.com and our parent company, Automattic. We are proud to have served this community of millions: from writers, photographers, artists, and small and large publishers, to business owners and entrepreneurs. A quick bit of history: WordPress itself started as an open source project in 2003. WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg then built our company, and the free, hosted version — WordPress.com, what you see now — opened for business in the summer of 2005. Ten years, 2.5 billion posts, and 3 billion comments later, Automattic is stronger…
 
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    GadgetGuide4U

  • Qwikcilver Technologies Announces Woohoo To Aggregate Payments Options And Pay Reatails Outlets By Using Mobile

    Vivek Parmar
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:43 pm
    Qwikcliver has launched one of it’s kind innovation in retail – Woohoo an app that aggregates multiple payment options in a single platform for consumers to transact at various retail outlets. Woohoo provide users a unique experience of shopping across multiple stores, both offline or online, across all categories. Woohoo partnered with India’s leading retail chains, brand partners and currency providers so that you can use virtual cash in form of loyalty points, reward points, gift cards and e-wallets. Pratap T.P, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer at Qwikcilver, while…
  • Samsung’s Tizen-Powered Z1 Touches Sales of 1 Million Units In India

    Vivek Parmar
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:12 pm
    Samsung India has sold 1 million Tizen-powered Samsung Z1 smartphones in India since its launch in January 2015. The easy to use smartphone ws developed keeping unique needs of Indian consumers and these new device addresses key barriers to smartphone upgrade, including short battery life & complicated user interface. Mr. Asim Warsi, Vice-President-Marketing, Mobile and IT, Samsung India, said, “Our insights have shown that consumers hesitate to move beyond the familiar basic and simple interaction with their mobile devices. Keeping this in mind, Samsung Z1 features an easy to use UI…
  • Gionee Expands Its Retail Footprint In India By Partnering With The Mobile Store, Mobiliti World, Jumbo Electronics, Croma Retail & Planet M

    Vivek Parmar
    30 Jun 2015 | 12:47 pm
    Gionee has announced the expansion of its offline retail channel by collaborating with India’s leading Modern Retail partners PAN India. To reach out wider audience and offer better customer experience, Gionee has partnered with leading player including Spice, The Mobile Store, Mobiliti World, Jumbo Electronics, Croma Retail & Planet M. This partnership will increase the presence of Gionee in offline market and now Gionee smartphones will be available across 1000+ stores. Now the Gionee aims to sell 35000+ additional devices every month and scale it up at a constant price in the coming…
  • Huawei MediaPad M2 With 8-inch Display, Octa-Core SoC, Android 5. 1 Lollipop And 4G LTE Now Official

    Vivek Parmar
    27 Jun 2015 | 10:31 pm
    Huawei has officially launched the company’s latest tablet – Huawei MediaPad M2 and there is no word on the pricing yet. It has unibody metal build, dual speakers with harman/kardon audio, HIFI Codec Hi6402 for signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of 114dB, Smart Power Amplifier (PA) and Clari-Fi real audio technology offering enhanced audio experience for music, games and movies. The SWS 2.0 promises wider sound field by creating 180-degrees surround sound and a broader stereo effect. It comes in Gold and Silver colour and will be roll out first in China, Western Europe and the South…
  • Lenovo K3 Note With 5.5-inch Full HD, Android 5.0 Lollipop, 13MP Camera And 3,000mAh Battery Launched In India For Rs. 9999

    Vivek Parmar
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:42 am
    Lenovo has launched the company’s latest smartphone – Lenovo K3 Note in india at a price tag of Rs. 9,999. It comes in Peral White, Onyx Black & Laser Yellow colours and will be available exclusively on Flipkart in flash sale mode. The first flash sale will happen on 8th July and registrations for the sale will begin today at 2:00 P.M. on Flipkart. Commenting on the launch, Mr. Sudhin Mathur – Director, smartphones, Lenovo India said “We are truly overwhelmed with the positive response from consumers for our 4G portfolio. To further enhance our consumer’s experience we are…
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    Mobile Jury

  • Tata Trusts joins Google India for HWGO campaign: Internet Saathi

    Mitesh Sonigra
    3 Jul 2015 | 10:13 am
    Posted by Mitesh Sonigra on Mobile Jury Mumbai: Google India announced a special collaboration with Tata Trusts for their Internet Literacy Program- “Helping Women Get Online”. The program will be called ‘Internet Saathi’. They will be launching... The post Tata Trusts joins Google India for HWGO campaign: Internet Saathi appeared first on Mobile Jury.
  • Videocon VA81M Tablet launched at Rs 4900

    Mitesh Sonigra
    2 Jun 2015 | 8:36 am
    Posted by Mitesh Sonigra on Mobile Jury Videocon launched a 7-inch tablet Videocon VA81M. The tablet runs on Android Kit Kat 4.4 with 1.3GHz dual-core processor. It is launched at the cheapest price-point of Rs. 4,900. The... The post Videocon VA81M Tablet launched at Rs 4900 appeared first on Mobile Jury.
  • Sansui launches 4K Ultra HD Curve TV with Team KKR

    Mitesh Sonigra
    18 May 2015 | 2:18 pm
    Posted by Mitesh Sonigra on Mobile Jury Mumbai, 15th May: Sansui launched a beautiful Curve Ultra HD TV with a 4K resolution along with some other models from their TV segment. The launch was led by Mr.... The post Sansui launches 4K Ultra HD Curve TV with Team KKR appeared first on Mobile Jury.
  • Swipe Ultimate 3G Review: A 10.1 inch Tablet-cum-Laptop

    Mitesh Sonigra
    10 Mar 2015 | 12:45 am
    Posted by Mitesh Sonigra on Mobile Jury Swipe, famous for its large screen devices, has released a 3G TabTop this year. This is a 10.1 inch tablet which has a keyboard connector at the bottom. This will... The post Swipe Ultimate 3G Review: A 10.1 inch Tablet-cum-Laptop appeared first on Mobile Jury.
  • Apple Watch and super thin 12″ Macbook launched

    Samuel Thomas
    9 Mar 2015 | 12:56 pm
    Posted by Samuel Thomas on Mobile Jury In an event themed ‘Spring Forward‘ Apple in an much anticipated event announced a series of launches. With the Hyped Apple Watch at the very top of the rumour list.... The post Apple Watch and super thin 12″ Macbook launched appeared first on Mobile Jury.
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    Slick Text's Text Marketing Blog

  • 5 Must Follow Rules for the Small Business Owner

    KristenV
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:17 am
    In the world of small business, it’s survival of the fittest. If you’re not organized, constructive, and innovative, you won’t succeed. We’ve worked to set ourselves from other text message marketing providers. By constantly improving our service, we continue to provide the best customer experience. So small business owners, pay close attention. Here’s five rules you must follow in order to be successful. 1. Know your customers. This is the one of the most important rules. If you open a business for your own self fulfillment, but have no idea who would…
  • 5 Questions to Ask Before Deciding on a Text Message Marketing Offer

    KristenV
    2 Jul 2015 | 11:46 am
    Next to growing your list, offer redemption is key. Step one: collect a targeted list of qualified subscribers. Step two: provide valuable offers, and track offer redemption. Both of these growth phases are crucial to text message marketing success. Never fire out off the cuff promotions. Support each campaign with proper market research. Not only is this good business, it also helps increase your ROI. Before sending out your first text message marketing offer, ask yourself these five questions. What type of offers am I currently promoting via other outlets? If you’re currently…
  • Here's How to Solve the One Problem Every Small Business Owner Faces

    KristenV
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:23 am
    Are you a small business owner? You’re probably thinking “Duh, why else would I read this post?” Valid. As a top text message marketing provider, we work with thousands of small business owners, most probably just like you. They’re looking for affordable and effective ways to grow their business. What are you doing to market your small business? The majority of you probably just hesitated, your mind racing with a bunch of different replies. Now, next question. How are these marketing methods growing your business? If you answered the first question with ease, that…
  • Is Text Message Marketing Really Worth It? Answer That Question With This Equation

    KristenV
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:29 am
    It’s no secret, text message marketing is one of the most immediate and affordable mobile communication methods. But, affordable doesn’t always mean valuable. When it comes to budgeting, some small business owners still have a hard time quantifying the effects of their investments. At Slicktext.com, we’re all about transparency. We want to make sure you get the most out of your marketing spend. First, take the amount you currently invest in text message marketing. If you haven’t yet signed up with Slick Text, just jot down an estimate based on our variety of plans.
  • Getting Ready for a Grand Opening? How to Engage Attendees with Text Message Marketing

    KristenV
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:26 pm
    Congratulations! You’re opening a new business. You should be very proud, and from the entire team at Slick Text, we wish you the best. We know how overwhelming small business marketing can be. If you’re not prepared, it can actually cause quite the headache. You never know what method to focus on. A few bad decisions later, and you could’ve poured hundreds of precious dollars into a campaign that just didn’t perform. So, before you host your big grand opening, we suggest you partner up with us, a top text message marketing provider. Planning a grand opening is a…
 
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    arkenea.com

  • 5 Welcome Email Tips To Increase User Engagement

    Nidhi Shah
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:30 am
    Have you considered sending welcome emails to your new app users? 74.4% consumers expect a welcome email when they signup to a new list. You can leverage on welcome emails to welcome your users on-board and also sow a seed for user engagement. According to a study, new subscribers are the most engaged within first … The post 5 Welcome Email Tips To Increase User Engagement appeared first on .
  • Interview with Kiip’s Brian Wong on How to Push for Startup Success

    Nidhi Shah
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:30 am
    Once the youngest person to ever receive venture capital funding, Brian received his Bachelor of Commerce from the University of British Columbia at age 18, after skipping four K-12 grades. His ticket to success was Kiip (pronounced ‘keep’), a mobile startup which redefines how brands connect with consumers through a rewards platform that targets ‘achievement … The post Interview with Kiip’s Brian Wong on How to Push for Startup Success appeared first on .
  • 9 Venture Capitalists On What Makes Them Invest In Entrepreneurs

    Nidhi Shah
    30 Jun 2015 | 4:30 am
    The last one year has been a good one for startups raising funds. VCs invested to the tune of $48.3 billion in 4,356 deals in 2014, an increase of 61% in dollar value over the prior year, within which 41% of total investments accounted for software companies. VC deals in the mobile space hit a … The post 9 Venture Capitalists On What Makes Them Invest In Entrepreneurs appeared first on .
  • Doing Content Marketing For B2C Apps The Right Way

    Nidhi Shah
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:30 am
    Content marketing gets results, and that is the reason 70% of B2B marketers are creating more content than they did one year ago, according to a Content Marketing Institute (CMI) research. But, there’s always a question mark when it comes to B2C products, or more specifically B2C mobile apps. It seems challenging at the outset, … The post Doing Content Marketing For B2C Apps The Right Way appeared first on .
  • How To Create An App Marketing Video That Converts: Interview With Sylvain Gauchet

    Nidhi Shah
    24 Jun 2015 | 4:30 am
    93% of marketers use video for online marketing, sales or communication, based on a Syndacast research on video marketing trends 2015. It also stated that 69% of smartphone users rely on videos to make their purchasing decisions. No doubt, videos help convert better as they provide a more attractive way to grab the attention of … The post How To Create An App Marketing Video That Converts: Interview With Sylvain Gauchet appeared first on .
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    Softweb Solutions

  • Announcing SharePoint 2016 – What to expect

    Advait Pradhan
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:02 am
    So the word is out… Microsoft’s SharePoint will release in 2016 and it will be called SP2016. Microsoft announced the next version of SharePoint that will impact decision makers as to what version they should use for their business. Tablets and mobiles are becoming an inevitable part of our lives and such devices are gaining much popularity in the commercial world. The new version of SharePoint will have more mobile features like a scaled down page view, true responsive interface and an enhanced UI that will be further redesigned for a touch interface. SP2016 will be rolled-out with the…
  • Microsoft’s HoloLens is Transforming Creativity, Efficiency & Effectiveness like never before

    Rajat Chauhan
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:27 am
    When Microsoft first unveiled HoloLens, I was blown away because I didn’t know what to think about it. But, now I can summarize the entire thing in this single post which will help you to understand, imagine and implement this smart product for better creativity, efficiency with effectiveness like never before. “When you change the way you see the world, you can change the world you see.” -Microsoft It’s been over a month since Microsoft announced HoloLens which is probably the best thing ever; let’s dive deeper inside the detail of the innovative yet buzzing technology. It is the…
  • Top 13 Reasons to Have a Smart Intranet Portal

    Advait Pradhan
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:10 am
    Any growing organization inevitably runs into the problem of information overflow, unorganized content and a data black hole. Employees across different departments are unable to co-operate efficiently and end up working in silos. This is the time when a business decides that it needs a common platform for its employees, which can be used to bring both, the people and processes together. However, a major mistake that SMEs end up making is that they go for multiple software applications for this purpose. The result – some teams are doing most of their work using one application, while the…
  • How Softweb’s IoT based Technology is enabling Smarter Management

    Rajat Chauhan
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:25 am
    People, space and time are the top three variant that today’s enterprises wants to manage and maintain on a minimum cost with a high return on investment (ROI). The networked workplace structure helps employees to manage in an effective style whereas effective space management relies on information captured of people, places and processes. But first we need to understand why there is a greater need for space utilization optimization? New innovations pressure businesses to adopt new technologies as early as possible to grab the competitive advantages over others. Ambient intelligence and…
  • Microsoft Clears the Air on its Free Windows 10 Promise

    Shweta Kapoor
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:31 am
    After confusing everyone last week, Microsoft revealed the truth about its free upgrade plans for Window 10. Everyone assumed that Windows 10 will be a free copy, but the reality is quite complex. To clear the confusion, Microsoft updated its blog post to clarify the doubts. Users having genuine copies of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 will get a free copy of Windows 10 on July 29th 2015, but Windows 10 preview users will also get a free upgrade. This is regardless of whether the previous version of Windows was eligible for free upgrade or not. #Microsoft Clears the Air on its Free #Windows10…
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    Fliplet Enterprise App Platform

  • Apple Music Vs Spotify: Which is better?

    Harry
    2 Jul 2015 | 5:08 am
    On June 30th, Apple Music became the latest music streaming service to rival Spotify. But with Apple coming into the game so late, how do they expect to conquer the millions of devoted Spotify users like myself? What can Apple offer that will pull me away from Spotify after over two years? More importantly, is it good enough to compete? Apple Music As they do with every product, Apple did a great job in giving Apple Music the hype it needed. So by the time it was released, millions of people around the world were poised to download the latest version of iOS which contained Apple Music. Issues…
  • The Best Apps To Follow Wimbledon This Year

    Cristina
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:56 am
    Wimbledon is finally upon us! And in the spirit of the occasion, we decided to find out the best apps for you to keep up with and enjoy every single shot from the championship wherever you are. Among all the great apps such as this Strawberries and Cream squishing game and this Nadal-devoted app for Rafa fans, we found a few apps that can help you enjoy the rest of the championship from your bedroom, the Tube or your beach towel. Enjoy! The Championships, Wimbledon for 2015 iOS and Android The good: Everything you could possibly want to know about Wimbledon, in one app. The bad: Possibly too…
  • Festival Apps: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    Cristina
    24 Jun 2015 | 7:16 am
    The festival season is officially a go! With Glastonbury kicking off this weekend and the great lineup of festivals coming up this summer, we thought we would take a look at how mobile-friendly some of these UK summer festivals are. After looking at some of the best known events, the verdict is that music festivals have a long way to go to catch up with the mobile-first world we are living in. However, a few are worth mentioning for their development of some great festival apps. In this article we take a look at the apps of five UK festivals and just how well-designed and effective these are.
  • 4 Ways You Can Use Apps To Generate Leads

    Cristina
    24 Jun 2015 | 7:13 am
    Generating and tracking leads is an extremely vital part of a business and often it is not easy. However, with the advent of mobile enterprise apps it is becoming easier than ever before to come up with innovative ways of generating leads. By introducing apps as a core element of CRM strategies, companies can ensure that they capture and generate leads as efficiently and optimally as possible. Not only will any form of lead generation app aid and accelerate what is an essential part of all businesses but it also offers new opportunities for data tracking and optimisation based on user…
  • 5 Questions to Ask Before Starting Your Next App Project

    Tamara
    24 Jun 2015 | 1:36 am
    Fliplet’s CEO, Ian Broom, recently gave a presentation at one of our Fliplet Insights events covering techniques to ensure your next app project is a success. The slide deck and notes from his talk are below: 1. How do I get millions of users? Be as specific with your target audience as possible Be task oriented when creating the app Select who you want to access your app 2. What’s the best size? Different devices are used for different purposes Don’t assume that your app is going to be on all sizes or devices 3. What guarantees the success of my app project? Have a killer…
 
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    Best Cell Phone Plans 2014

  • Best No Contract Phone Plans ( Prepaid Plans ) You Can Found Online

    27 Jun 2015 | 10:36 am
    The cell phone plans that have no contract are better known as prepaid phones, are getting more attractive than ever. Knowing T-Mobile has taken the main company of the carrier and have become 100% available with best no contract phone plans, even more people is choosing this kind of plan because they have no commitment to acquire any phone and plan they want. The main companies are
  • Best Prepaid Smartphone Plans of 2014

    27 Jun 2015 | 10:35 am
    <!--[if gte mso 9]> <![endif]--> Having a Smartphone now a days, it's becoming more than a luxury a need, but an expensive need, most of Americans are paying more than $100 for each month. Of course there are ways to avoid this expenses by simply not buying a Smartphone but that's something we can't just do knowing all of the conveniences and functions they provide to our daily
  • Prepaid Mobile Phone Plans - Five Reasons To Go Prepaid

    27 Jun 2015 | 10:34 am
    Until a few years ago, the options for mobile phones with prepaid plans were limited or low quality coverage. They were an option for those who could not afford the monthly payments, or for parents looking to have a better control of the minutes that their children spent. Now, many of the most popular devices on the market can be bought unblocked and the prepaid plans have become an option
  • Verizon Prepaid Phones And Verizon Wireless Prepaid Plans - What's The Difference?

    23 Dec 2013 | 7:25 am
    Verizon Wireless provides prepaid mobile plans to anyone who wants to stay away from signing  contract and cancellation expenses. Compatible cell phones with Verizon Wireless prepaid deal is the exact cell phones that you can buy through a contract. The difference is the details of the plan itself and the selection of the available phones.    Verizon Prepaid Phones And Verizon
  • Best Prepaid Phone Plans In 2013-2014

    11 Dec 2013 | 2:17 pm
    Since retailers such as Target and Walmart, until companies like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, there is more and more offer of plans without a contract. How to choose the best prepaid phone plans? There is no doubt that the mobile phone market is becoming every day more competitive and that, at the end of the day, translates in good news for consumers, especially those who want
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    MentorMate

  • 3 Uses for Architecture Design

    Emily Genco
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:33 am
    Architecture design means different things to different people. Partly because its potential to manipulate and engineer technology to serve specific business needs is so varied. Here are three of the top use cases we see within the course of a software development project. 1. Breath new life into a legacy platform. This scenario is a common one. A business has already invested time, energy and manpower into sustaining and using an existing platform. But, the writing’s on the wall. It just doesn’t function like it used to. Processing time is slower. Users can’t access it on their…
  • OperaDDS Orchestrates Coordinated Communication

    Emily Genco
    29 Jun 2015 | 1:40 pm
    What’s the only thing worse than getting your tooth filled? That’s easy. Hearing the professionals responsible for your winning smile yelling down the hall for each other or extending your appointment because they weren’t prepared with the documents they needed before going into an op. OperaDDS changes all that and orchestrates the goings-on in dentistry offices who use it. The Challenge — Coordinating Patient Care Before OperaDDS, coordinating care and communication in dentist offices around the country was difficult. Playing phone tag between team members or waiting…
  • 10 Updates We’re Still Talking About from Google I/O

    Stefanie Trimble
    25 Jun 2015 | 11:52 am
    This year’s hidden secrets and innovative projects from Google I/O were shared last at the ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects) keynote-like session. This group of researchers, that call themselves pirates, shared their latest projects bound to change the way technology interacts with humans. Here are the 10 things you need to know about Google I/O 2015: 1. Project Soli – Gesture Radar Google opened the ATAP session with Project Soli, an initiative aimed at enabling the use of technology through gestures with radar. This tiny chip, small enough to fit in a smart watch, is a…
  • What mobile and digital strategists can learn from Apple Music

    Emily Genco
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:26 pm
    Even less than two weeks since WWDC 2015, it’s nearly old news that Apple is releasing a streaming service — rather worldwide music experience — to be called Apple Music. That said, industry tastemakers have far from reached consensus on whether they welcome the new service or rather are acquiescing to one of the largest forces in progressive tech. It seems like the anticipated music service garners top headlines each day. And much can be learned from what features the new music service offers and why. It’s different, but is it really better? Apple Music purports it will differ from…
  • The Reality of Prescription Intake and Accuracy

    Emily Genco
    19 Jun 2015 | 12:58 pm
    Medical adherence. Those two words can spell the difference between lowered healthcare costs or a rise in industry spending. Over 33% of new patient prescriptions are never filled. To make matters worse, 50% of patients being treated for chronic conditions stop taking the medication after only six months, according to the National Institutes of Health. Only statistics like these could make the following number believable. Rates of low medical adherence lead to incurred costs of $100 billion per year. In a $3 trillion industry, 100 billion is nothing to sneeze at. But, it will take more than…
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  • How to fix “Oh no! Your login temporarily failed so please try again later” Snapchat error.

    snap4999
    2 Jul 2015 | 8:36 pm
    Snapchat users on Android may sometimes face an error message that prevents them from logging into their account: “Oh no! Your login temporarily failed so please try again later” This message may be a result of several issues. According to the Snapchat support team, one of the major reasons for a failed login is a change in the linked Google Account password from another device. There are several ways to solve the issue once and for all, and get back to using the app again. How to fix “Oh no! Your login temporarily failed so please try again later” Snapchat error Step…
  • What Does Pending Mean On Snapchat

    snap4999
    24 Jun 2015 | 10:30 pm
    Snapchat is one of the most popular picture/video sending applications available. People of all ages adore the application that lets you send pictures, videos, and text to your friends all around the world allowing them brief glimpses into your daily life that fade away after a maximum of ten seconds. Snapchat provides its users with a simple, clean interface and easy to use tools that allow even the most technologically impaired person to enjoy it to its fullest potential. However, the above is not to say that Snapchat is not without its faults or confusing lingo. One of the problems…
  • How Do Snapchat Points Work

    snap4999
    18 Jun 2015 | 10:27 pm
    An estimated 400 million Snaps are sent via Snapchat on a daily basis across the globe. The popularity surrounding the interactive mobile app is causing smartphone owners to become more and more interested in answering one primary question: “How do Snapchat points work?” Snapchat points, also known as Snapchat scores, refer to points that are accumulated when sending and receiving Snaps. Typically, Snapchat users report that they receive 1 Snapchat point for each individual Snap that they send and receive, but these numbers have been known to fluctuate. There are times when certain Snaps…
  • How To Upload Images To Snapchat Story

    snap4999
    11 Jun 2015 | 10:23 pm
    With 2014 being declared a year of selfies, Snapchat app (a photo messaging application) gained popularity; where users can record videos, take photos, add captions and share them with their friends. A unique feature in this app is the Snapchat story where users capture moments as a Snapchat story and then share it. Over the recent past, there has been much controversy on how to upload images to snapchat story and whether it is even possible to upload it from the phone gallery or camera roll. Here are steps on how to upload images to snapchat story. Step 1: Understand how snapchat story works…
  • How To Bulk Add People On Snapchat

    snap4999
    4 Jun 2015 | 10:14 pm
    One of the most frustrating things about Snapchat is its preference for one on one interaction. While this is great because it encourages private interaction between you and your friend, it can be incredibly aggravating when you want to chat or add multiple friends. Because of this preference, Snapchat currently does not have a “send to all” function (except posting to your story but there’s no guarantee that your entire friends list will see your post) and at first glance it also seems like the only way to add multiple friends is by adding them one at a time by their…
 
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    DJs Mobiles

  • Oppo Mirror 5s officially announced

    3 Jul 2015 | 8:47 am
    The official Oppo Mirror 5s was officially announced today in Taiwan, running Color OS 2.1 which is based on Android 5.1 Lollipop. The handset is set to be released in various markets starting later this month.The Oppo Mirror 5s has a crystal-like pattern on the back plate, but it's not as fragile as it may appear at first glance, thanks to the fact that it's built around a metal frame. Measuring 143.4 x 71.2 x 7.65 mm and weighing 160 grams, the new Oppo handset sports a 5 inch display with a 720 x 1280 pixel resolution, 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded through microSD, an 8MP…
  • Microsoft releases Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10162 for Fast Ring

    3 Jul 2015 | 8:36 am
    After releasing build 10158 and 10159 of Windows 10 in quick succession, Microsoft has released yet another build of the Insider Preview to the Fast Ring. The new Windows 10 ‘Insider Preview’ Build 10162 continues to add polish and fix bugs and Microsoft barrels on toward the July 29th release of the desktop update.The new build is available for download through Windows Update for users already running the Windows 10 Technical Preview. You can download and update Windows 10 build 10162 by following these steps:Click on the start menu and in the search box type ‘Windows Update’Choose…
  • Oppo Mirror 5s

    3 Jul 2015 | 8:26 am
    The Oppo Mirror 5s is an Android smartphone which features a 5 inch HD display, 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded through microSD, an 8 megapixel rear camera, a 5 megapixel front camera, and a 1.2GHz 64-bit Snapdragon 410 processor with 2GB of RAM.The full Oppo Mirror 5s specifications follow: Announced July 3, 2015 Release A.K.A. BUY U.S. carriers Size Dimensions 143.4 x 71.2 x 7.65 mm (5.65 x 2.80 x 0.30 inches) Weight 160 g (5.64 oz) Design candybar form factor SIM Type colors blue, white others Display Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen Size 5.0 inches Resolution 720 x 1280…
  • Microsoft Lumia 640 XL priced at only $199.99 on Expansys

    3 Jul 2015 | 8:13 am
    Expansys in the US is offering the Microsoft Lumia 640 XL for just $199.99, just days after the handset was launched on AT&T for $249.99. Its interesting to see this handset being offered at a discount so quickly, given that it was scarcely being around for a month.The Lumia 640 XL is the larger variant of the Microsoft Lumia 640. It features a 5.7 inch display with a 720 x 1280 pixel resolution, 8GB of internal storage which can be expanded through microSD, a 13MP rear camera, a 5MP front camera, 4G LTE connectivity, a 3000mAh battery and a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor with 1GB of…
  • Microsoft releases Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10159 for Fast Ring

    30 Jun 2015 | 3:51 pm
    Just following yesterday's release of Windows 10 build 10158, Microsoft has already started pushing out Windows 10 ‘Insider Preview’ Build 10159 to Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring. The new build comes with over 300 fixes as Microsoft continues to polish Windows 10 for its final release.The new build is available for download through Windows Update for users already running the Windows 10 Technical Preview. You can download and update Windows 10 build 10159 by following these steps:Click on the start menu and in the search box type ‘Windows Update’Choose ‘Windows Update…
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    Buzinga

  • The Lightweight Startup Plan

    Logan Merrick
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:57 pm
    Building a business from the ground up can be a daunting task. Often app developers experience paralysis when launching their app or scaling their startup, simply because there is so much to be done that they don’t know where to begin. A business plan is a document that outlines your startup’s mission and the steps […] The post The Lightweight Startup Plan appeared first on Buzinga.
  • Comparison Of 11 Push Notifications Services

    Logan Merrick
    1 Jul 2015 | 7:10 pm
    In this post I want to update my list of 10 Most Popular Push Notifications Services to keep it fresh for 2015. Push notifications are a high converting marketing tool that can deliver relevant, targeted content to your users. A good push notification strategy is essential to ensuring that every message is providing value, engaging […] The post Comparison Of 11 Push Notifications Services appeared first on Buzinga.
  • How To NOT Annoy Users With Mobile App Advertising

    Logan Merrick
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:56 pm
    As far as monetisation methods for apps go, mobile app advertising isn’t the most glamorous. Mobile ads have a reputation for being annoying and potentially harmful to the user experience. But this is an unfair assumption, spawned from lazy marketers who want to make a quick buck. In-app advertising is actually the fastest growing sector of […] The post How To NOT Annoy Users With Mobile App Advertising appeared first on Buzinga.
  • Why Your App Should Be Developed By Professionals

    Daniel Sarath
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:45 pm
    Guest Post: Daniel Sarath is an avid tech/mobile enthusiast and Content Writer for Number Direct.    There can be no half measures when it comes to building an app for your company. Whatever your goals might be for your app – drive people to your brand, encourage sales, generate income or seek to entice advertisers – […] The post Why Your App Should Be Developed By Professionals appeared first on Buzinga.
  • 5 Exciting Predictions For The Future Of Collaborative Consumption

    Logan Merrick
    24 Jun 2015 | 9:33 pm
    “The way we think about supply and demand will change; the relationship between buyers and sellers will be disrupted; and the person formerly known as the “consumer” will now get what they need from each other.”– Rachael Botsman, Pioneer of collaborative consumption. Over the past 5 years the collaborative consumption movement has gained an incredible […] The post 5 Exciting Predictions For The Future Of Collaborative Consumption appeared first on Buzinga.
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    judoHub

  • How to process returns with Apple Pay

    Janice Tong
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:13 am
    As consumers’ interest and excitement for Apple Pay escalate throughout this month, there are certain things that merchants should be prepped for before its arrival. For example, if a customer purchase something from you via Apple Pay, how exactly do you process a return if needed? No idea? I’ve done a little digging and this is what I found on Apple’s support page: (image from Cult of Mac) How do I process returns with Apple Pay? Use the Device Account Number to find the purchase and process the return, just like you would with a traditional credit or debit card payment. To…
  • How to get started with Apple Pay

    Janice Tong
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:28 am
    What is Apple Pay? Apple Pay is an easy, secure, private way for customers to pay while they’re dining in or ordering through an app. It is currently available on devices that has a secure element chip, which is a hardware chip dedicated to securely storing card information. These devices include iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, and the Apple Watch (when paired with an iPhone 5 or 6) – How does Apple Pay work? In-store For purchases up to £20 (to be raised to £30 in September), customers can use their eligible Apple devices to make contactless payment. They first select a…
  • The biggest feature of Apple Pay no one’s talking about

    Janice Tong
    19 Jun 2015 | 12:57 am
    Since the announcement of Apple Pay‘s inevitable expansion to the UK, many commentators has been speculating the impact it will have on in-store retail. Will consumers and merchants jump quickly on-board with the service? Will it really make paying for goods and services easier at a physical location? What we haven’t talked enough about is the impact it will have on paying for goods and services within an app. Think about it, the next time you want to splurge on a nice sofa for your living room, you can simply use Apple Pay to complete checkout in just 1 step. No more account…
  • Judo Payments partners with Pennies to enable charity micro-donations on mobile

    Janice Tong
    17 Jun 2015 | 2:00 am
    17 June, London 2015 – Judo Payments, Europe’s only mobile-first payments platform, today announces its partnership with Pennies, the digital charity box. Pennies is a micro-donation charity which created the digital charity box to give people the opportunity to donate a few pence to charity when paying for goods and services by card, whether in-store, online or via mobile. To date Pennies has raised over £4m for UK based charities. Working with Judo, Pennies is set to continue harnessing the rapid consumer adoption of mobile and bring further advocacy to mobile channels. By enabling the…
  • Judo Payments confirmed as payments platform provider for Apple Pay in the UK

    Janice Tong
    10 Jun 2015 | 5:28 am
     9 June, London 2015 –Judo Payments, Europe’s only mobile-first payments platform, today confirms its announcement as one of the payments platform providers selected to support Apple Pay when it launches in the UK in July. The UK launch is set to transform mobile payments, providing an easy, secure and private way to pay for physical goods and services across a number of mobile apps, such as clothing, tickets and groceries in iOS apps. Judo is working with key merchants to ready their mobile apps for Apple Pay’s launch next month. The integration of judo’s technology with Apple Pay…
 
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    PricePony Malaysia Tech Reviews

  • Sony Xperia Z5 flagship rumored to be launched in September, 2015

    chris eilers
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:58 am
    We have just got the Sony Xperia Z3 Plus (aka Sony Xperia Z4 in Japan) available internationally, and now a new rumor about Sony Xperia Z5 flagship has started spreading. It says that the next flagship of Sony, Xperia Z5, will be released in Japan in September. Another new rumor is that Sony Xperia Z5 will debut along […] The post Sony Xperia Z5 flagship rumored to be launched in September, 2015 appeared first on PricePony Malaysia Tech Reviews.
  • Xiaomi new smartphone leaks: Glossy black rear and dual camera

    chris eilers
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:51 am
    A strange black Xiaomi new smartphone has been leaked on the internet. Interestingly, the phone includes a dual rear camera and a glossy black chassis. Many questions have been made, whether it is the rumored Xiaom Mi5 or it would be a totally new machine from Xiaomi in this H2 of 2015. Xiaomi new smartphone Looking at […] The post Xiaomi new smartphone leaks: Glossy black rear and dual camera appeared first on PricePony Malaysia Tech Reviews.
  • RAM SMARTPHONE : DOES IT REALLY INFLUENCE YOUR PHONE ?

    chris eilers
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:13 am
    RAM stands for random access memory, which allow the writing and reading data process occur almost at the same time despite the accessing of the order. Along with the processor and GPU, RAM is also the smartphone’s critical component. It plays an important role in your phones, the smartphones could lag intensively without RAM and […] The post RAM SMARTPHONE : DOES IT REALLY INFLUENCE YOUR PHONE ? appeared first on PricePony Malaysia Tech Reviews.
  • Meizu MX5 pre-order is now available online for international consumers!

    chris eilers
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:41 am
    Meizu MX5 pre-order is available now! Good news for phone consumers in general and Meizu fans in particular! Though it’s just been a few days since the Meizu MX5 launch date, MX5 is now internationally available for pre-order online. You can find it on Gearbest, an online retailer and probably get it on the first days of August, 2015. […] The post Meizu MX5 pre-order is now available online for international consumers! appeared first on PricePony Malaysia Tech Reviews.
  • ASUS Pegasus 2 Plus released with good specs: 5.5″ FHD, SN615 and 3GB RAM

    chris eilers
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:12 pm
    On July 5, 2015, ASUS Pegasus 2 Plus was unveiled at a Chinese exhibition in Nanjing. This is a successor to the ASUS Pegasus X002 launched in 2014. ASUS Pegasus 2 Plus released with good specs Though this new device is not as powerful as the ASUS ZenFone 2 with the famous 4GB RAM, it is still a […] The post ASUS Pegasus 2 Plus released with good specs: 5.5″ FHD, SN615 and 3GB RAM appeared first on PricePony Malaysia Tech Reviews.
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  • Canary Makes Home Security (and Paranoia) Accessible to Everyone

    Violet Degnan
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:55 pm
    After raising a whopping $1,961,663 in their IndieGoGo campaign, Canary is set to launch. It’s a home securities system that is the size of a water bottle, and comes integrated with an app (so you can spend all day at work using the camera to spy on your dog). The specs are amazing: an HD camera with a wide angle lens, microphone, motion detection, speaker, siren, and sensors for temperature, humidity, and air quality. The accompanying mobile app feeds live video and sensor data, sends you mobile alerts, and allows you to trigger the siren remotely or call the police from in-app. So,…
  • The Match.com of Friendship Apps: GoBe Groups

    Violet Degnan
    26 Jun 2015 | 9:46 am
    Ever see a great event you want to attend, a fitness class you’d like to try, or have a day you want to spend at the beach…but maybe you’re in a new city, maybe your friends are busy, or maybe you want to meet new people — regardless of the reason, it can be hard to find a new group to go on fun adventures with. Introducing GoBe Groups! GoBe is the latest of the friendship apps. It works like a combination of Meetup.com and Match.com. You can find groups of people based on similar interests with a certain radius; people in the group can create events with details like…
  • 3 Best Cat Apps for Your Inner Cat Lady

    Violet Degnan
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:49 am
    The internet is literally full of cats. A cat haven for cat lovers. In fact, a study published on June 12th by assistant professor Jessica Gall Myrick at Indiana University surveyed almost 7,000 people about their cat video viewing habits and how it affects their moods. The study found that people who watch cat videos feel more energetic and positive after a good dose of internet cats. That’s right: the time people spent giving 26 billion views to over 2 million cat videos on YouTube is actually good for their health. Cat lovers, rejoice! Now, take it from videos to cat apps. Believe…
  • Starbucks Mobile Pay App: Gift for Caffeine Fiends Who Also Hate Lines

    Violet Degnan
    18 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    The angels over at Starbucks HQ just did all us caffeine junkies a huge favor: they rolled out a mobile pay app. On the app, you can choose what you want, pick the store, pay in the app, and roll through Starbucks in under two minutes since you get to cut the line and just pick up your Triple Venti Half Sweet Non-Fat Caramel Macchiato and twenty cakepops at the barista counter. Mobile Pay became available in Portland first, as we reported back in December. Unfortunately, it is still only implemented at limited stores, but execs say it’s on track to reach every single Starbucks near…
  • Celebrity Apps: Which to Skip, Which to Not to Miss

    Violet Degnan
    16 Jun 2015 | 7:29 am
    Many celebrities have jumped at the money-making prospect in apps, but many miss the mark.  We tried the apps and let you know which celebrity apps not to miss and which to definitely skip. Any celebrity apps you’ve been playing that you can’t get enough of? 1. Kim Kardashian’s Kim Kardashian Hollywood, on iOS and Android KKH gameplay is focused on tapping the screen to pick up lighting bolts and piles of money, sometime punctuated by a mission to go to a party, fashion shoot, or vacation destination. The game is delightfully vapid, but offers enough customizable outfits…
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    TechOpti | Tech Updates

  • Best Tips for Using Your Smartphone Efficiently

    Junaid
    30 Jun 2015 | 12:22 am
    Best Tips for Using Your Smartphone Efficiently: Apply some following tips help you to own and use smartphones efficiency, save more. Smartphone Purse You do not need to own a large amount to buy a good smartphone. For about 2 years now, many manufacturers have diversified and developed models of midrange smartphone features. At moderate […]
  • 4 Travel Gadgets You Need In Your Life

    Junaid
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:01 pm
    Given the busy life schedule, not many of you have the luxury to travel often. But when you do get a chance to escape the city, you want to enjoy every bit of your holiday and don’t want to face any hurdle that interrupts your joy. While you certainly can’t control any unexpected unpleasant situation, […]
  • Why We Need Antivirus Application On Our Smartphone in 2015

    Junaid
    5 Jun 2015 | 4:47 am
    Now a day, we are all concerned about safety and security. Whether it comes to security system for our house, a car seat for our child or where our food comes from, it’s only human nature to protect themselves from danger. As our society becomes more sophisticated, the threats do not disappear. They simply take […]
  • New Techniques to Create Websites in Wix

    Uzair Faheem
    28 May 2015 | 12:16 am
    If you need to create a website for your business, personal business, a portfolio and even e-commerce, the Wix.com may be the most efficient solution. Not always the demand may be solved with a Blog structure, but the Wix services have everything you need, even if you have technical knowledge to develop a website. If […]
  • S6 and S6 Edge Wireless Charging

    Uzair Faheem
    18 May 2015 | 1:40 pm
    Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Wireless Charging Reviews: Galaxy S6 has got a lot of change in the charge. Battery has some need something to complement the part that can be changed into built-in wireless charging and quick charging function. Perhaps it seemed to be a lot of people very curious about this feature. […]
 
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    MightySkins

  • 2015 Vape Store Survey

    Mighty Skins
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Vaping has been one of the fastest growing trends of the last few years. Online and brick and mortar stores selling everything from e-liquid to customized MOD vaporizers are popping up across the country, and business is booming. To get a better idea of where the trend is heading and who is getting on board, we recently surveyed more than 100 purveyors of all things vape.  The results? It turns out vaping isn’t just a mundane habit taken up to replace traditional cigarettes. Every one of the vendors we asked said that style at least sometimes plays a role in the choices vapers make, and…
  • Where Vapers Buy Vaping Accessories

    Mighty Skins
    15 May 2015 | 3:03 pm
    In the vaping world, once you get past your basic gas station e-cig, which most vapers do pretty quickly, you enter a vast and complex land of customization.  Nearly every part of a vaporizer can be changed out for another, better part or one specially selected to fit your particular style. There are hundreds of brands of vaporizers and e-liquids, and there are hundreds of retailers of both.  Figuring out where to buy your vaping accessories, or “eccessories”, as some have charmingly come to call them, can be a bit intimidating.  This is especially so when you realize that, like…
  • Otterbox or Lifeproof: Choose!

    Mighty Skins
    10 Apr 2015 | 5:59 pm
    Thrill-seekers, water-lovers, child-havers, grace-lackers – pretty much anyone who might find their mobile device outside of its ideal environment is eager to protect these increasingly valuable possessions from the many dangers that may assail them throughout the day.  It’s now become pretty clear that two major contenders have emerged in the “protect-your-device-from-all-the-things” market: Lifeproof and Otterbox.  Both of these companies have proven they know how to make smartphone and cell phone cases that can take a beating.  And, in the case of Lifeproof, a…
  • E-cigs and vaping: Laying out the basics

    Mighty Skins
    25 Mar 2015 | 3:30 am
    It’s official.  Smoking is out, vaping is in.  According to the CDC, the percentage of adults in the U.S. who smoke was down from almost 21% in 2005 to just under 18% in 2013, and has continued to fall.  Meanwhile, the vaping industry has gone from one of around $20 million a year in 2008 to an estimated $1 billion or more according to the Nicotine Science and Policy website.  Vape bars and retailers are popping up everywhere and business is booming. Vape bars like Evaporate Los Angeles are popping up everywhere, giving patrons a chance to sample flavors and socialize with other…
  • What Phone Specs Mean to You, Pt. 4: The Camera

    Mighty Skins
    14 Feb 2015 | 3:00 am
    Alright.  So now you know all about the specs for your smartphone’s CPU (its brain), screen (its face), and connectivity (its ears and mouth).  Now, we’re gonna get into the specs related to your phone’s camera, the eye (or eyes, on most modern models) that sees your world and captures it for transmission to the masses. Many of these terms also apply to regular cameras, but with digital cameras, and especially smartphone cameras, things sometimes work a little differently. The camera Term What it refers to What it means to you Megapixels (MP) Picture size/ resolution Pixels are the…
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  • What myths we need to know about internet marketing

    Dahiya Neeraj
    22 Jun 2015 | 7:32 am
    What myths we need to know about internet marketing You notice a lot of promotion regarding something over the online than it truly will within the reality. In contrast to the worm is seen swallowing its own tail the beast of net selling too is seen feeding on its own self. A majority of stuff […] The post What myths we need to know about internet marketing appeared first on TechSway.com.
  • Best Smartphone Under 9000: Lenovo A7000 Review, Specs

    Dahiya Neeraj
    13 Jun 2015 | 4:58 am
    The Lenovo A7000 Review: The Bold and the Beautiful   Lenovo, one of the world’s famous Electric manufacturing companies, has come out with its brand new Lenovo A 7000 smartphone. Believe me, this stunning handset is set to mesmerize everyone with its awestruck features and look. If you dream to carry a single mobile that […] The post Best Smartphone Under 9000: Lenovo A7000 Review, Specs appeared first on TechSway.com.
  • Top 5 PC Based Games for 2015: Complete review

    Dahiya Neeraj
    12 Jun 2015 | 9:30 am
    5 Great PC Based Games for 2015 PC gaming has been a mainstay since nearly the concept of gaming began, and it isn’t going anywhere soon. With titles like Legend of Grimrock 2, Dark Souls 2, Divinity: Original Sin, and Far Cry 4 available, last year was a great year to be a PC gamer. […] The post Top 5 PC Based Games for 2015: Complete review appeared first on TechSway.com.
  • HP Spectre x360 13-4009na: Review, Comparison, Specs, Features

    Dahiya Neeraj
    8 Jun 2015 | 8:01 am
    HP Spectre x360 13-4009na: Ultra quality convertible laptop HP has introduced a new laptop just before Mobile World Congress. It is called HP Spectre x360 and it is a stylish notebook that is all set to take on the might of the likes of Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro and MacBook Air. This high end offering […] The post HP Spectre x360 13-4009na: Review, Comparison, Specs, Features appeared first on TechSway.com.
  • Intex Aqua 4G+ Review, Benchmark, Specs, Comparison

    Dahiya Neeraj
    6 Jun 2015 | 5:17 am
    Intex has launched its latest Android Based Smartphone. Continuing to its Aqua series, Intex has named its latest smartphone as Intex Aqua 4G+ . It will feature 5″ HD display and will run on latest Android lolipop 5.0 OS. On memory front it will have 16 GB internal memory and 2GB RAM. Further details of specs […] The post Intex Aqua 4G+ Review, Benchmark, Specs, Comparison appeared first on TechSway.com.
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  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Active also known as as Samsung Galaxy S6 active SM-G890 was announced in June...

    1 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
    Samsung Galaxy S6 Active also known as as Samsung Galaxy S6 active SM-G890 was announced in June 2015 has been finally released in the same month. Lets take a look at Samsung Galaxy S6 Active Price in Pakistan with specification and its core features review. [divider style=”normal” top=”5″ bottom=”5″] Samsung Galaxy S6 Active is a high-end 5.1 inches 4G Android smartphone with 3GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory capacity. It is a part of Galaxy S series of which the most recent release was Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy Edge and Galaxy XCover 3. Read also – Samsung Drops Qualcomm…
  • Meizu M2 Note also known as Meizu Blue Charm Note 2 is 5.5 inches android smart phone that was...

    25 Jun 2015 | 2:47 am
    Meizu M2 Note also known as Meizu Blue Charm Note 2 is 5.5 inches android smart phone that was announced and released in June 2015. Lets take a look what Meizu offers in its latest offering (M2 Note). Also lets take a look at Meizu M2 Note Price in Pakistan and also its core features and specs review. [divider style=”normal” top=”5″ bottom=”5″] Meizu M2 Note (successor of Meizu M1 Note) which is also konwn as Bluee Charm Note 2 is 4G Android Smart phone that was announced in June 2015 and released in the same month. Its a 5.5 Inches Android smart phone that runs Android latest OS…
  • Lenovo K3 Note also known as Lenovo K3 Note K50-t5 is launched on June 25th 2015 in India. The phone...

    20 Jun 2015 | 12:56 pm
    Lenovo K3 Note also known as Lenovo K3 Note K50-t5 is launched on June 25th 2015 in India. The phone will be arriving soon to its neighboring countries, so lets take rough estimated look at Lenovo K3 Note Price in Pakistan and also its core features and specs review. [divider style=”normal” top=”5″ bottom=”5″] Lenovo K3 Note is new 5.5 inches 4G android smart phone in K series. The phone was announced in March 2015 and released in April 2015. Lenovo is launching K3 Note in India on June 25th 2015. [divider style=”normal” top=”5″ bottom=”5″] Lenovo K3 Note Core Features…
  • Lenovo 1 Million 4G Smart phones Sale in India

    19 Jun 2015 | 4:20 am
    Lenovo 1 Million 4G Smart phones Sale in IndiaA mile stone for Lenovo with Lenovo 1 Million 4G Smart phones Sale in India in 2014. Lenovo – famous for its durability and now design enhancement has taken a mile stone in succeeding to capture South Asian Market – India. The figures estimated is based on the popular online retailer flipkart. The Chinese company Lenovo – 1 Million 4G smart phone set is a combination of its A series smart phones…View On WordPress
  • Sony Xperia M4 Aqua Price in Pakistan with Review And Specification

    10 Jun 2015 | 4:44 am
    Sony Xperia M4 Aqua Price in Pakistan with Review And Specification
 
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  • Xolo Era launched with 5-inch display and 1GB RAM for Rs. 4444

    TK Team
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:05 pm
    Xolo has launched a new entry-level smartphone named Xolo Era. The phone has been priced at Rs. 4,444. It comes with a 5-inch FWVGA display with screen resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. It is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor along with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. There is an 8 megapixel rear facing camera with LED flash and a 2 megapixel front facing camera. It runs on Android 4.4 Kitkat operating system and is powered by a 2100mAh battery. Along with dual SIM connectivity, it also supports 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and USB OTG. The Xolo Era comes in…
  • Xiaomi starts rolling out MIUI 6 OTA update to Redmi 1S

    TK Team
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:10 pm
    Xiaomi has now finally started rolling out MIUI 6 update for the Redmi 1S smartphone. The beta version of the update was released a few months ago. The MIUI 6 was officially revealed last year with the launch of Mi 4. However, the stable version of the new ROM was only available for a few devices till now. The update is based on Android 4.4 Kitkat operating system. It is not clear when the Lollipop-based update will be available or whether it will be available or not. The MIUI V6.6.1.0.KHCMICF update for Redmi 1S is available over-the-air (OTA) and is of about 642 MB in size. If you have not…
  • Huawei Honor 7 announced with 20MP camera and fingerprint sensor

    TK Team
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:54 pm
    Huawei has announced its latest smartphone in Honor series, the Huawei Honor 7. The phone features a 5.2-inch full HD display with screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and is powered by Huawei’s own Kirin 935 octa-core chipset with 4 A53 cores clocked at 2.2GHz and 4 A53 cores clocked at 1.5GHz. It also has Mali-T628 MP4 GPU. The phone is powered by 3GB of RAM and comes in two internal storage options of 16GB and 64GB. Even with different internal storage options, it supports microSD card of up to 128GB. There is a 20 megapixel rear facing camera with Sony IMX230 sensor, f/2.0…
  • Meizu MX5 with 5.5-inch display and Helio X10 processor launched

    TK Team
    30 Jun 2015 | 4:37 pm
    Meizu has announced its latest flagship smartphone, the Meizu MX5 at a press event in China. It has full metal uni-body with magnesium alloy frame and weighs just 149 grams. The phone comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED IPS display with screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and Gorilla Glass 3 protection. It is powered by a 2.2GHz octa-core 64-bit MeidaTek Helio X10 processor with PowerVR G6200 GPU and 3GB of RAM. It comes in three internal storage options – 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. There is a 20.7-megapixel rear facing laser auto focus camera with dual tone LED flash and f/2.0…
  • Alleged images of Moto G 2015 leaks online

    TK Team
    29 Jun 2015 | 8:47 pm
    Motorola is going to launch its third-generation of Moto G smartphone. Rumors related to the new Moto G started couple of months ago. Now, an anonymous tipster has sent a couple of images of the upcoming Moto G smartphone to TechnoBufflo. The leaked images of the phone comes in form of press renders and corroborate previous leaks in terms of smartphone design. Earlier, it was rumored that the new Moto G (2015) will come with a 5-inch HD display. It is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage. It is also said to feature a 13 MP rear…
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  • Windows vs. Android vs. iOS tablets – which is the best for business operations?

    Daniel Dob
    29 Jun 2015 | 1:08 am
    Are you an avid tablet user? If so, it might surprise you that it’s only been 5 years since the first tablet hit the markets – and it took the world by storm. It wasn’t look until busy business... This is just the content summary. Click on the link for full article. © Netmediablog.com
  • Using the Apple Watch for Business

    Daniel Dob
    20 May 2015 | 12:47 am
    The Apple Watch has been creating a lot of headlines lately, especially with several models now being shipped to customers. The Apple Watch in particular is very suitable for business users. Here are... This is just the content summary. Click on the link for full article. © Netmediablog.com
  • Ever wanted to lead a cryptocurrency? The Digitalcoin Foundation is in need of a new president

    Daniel Dob
    11 May 2015 | 3:33 am
    As mentioned before, cryptocurrencies represent a very interesting topic for us, here at NetMediaBlog. While we have discussed whether investing with Bitcoin is a wise thing to do in the past, today... This is just the content summary. Click on the link for full article. © Netmediablog.com
  • The History of SEO

    Daniel Dob
    13 Apr 2015 | 6:12 am
    The history of SEO is more difficult to track than most other parts of the IT world. Looking back, there are a number of milestones that defined what we know as search engine optimization today. We... This is just the content summary. Click on the link for full article. © Netmediablog.com
  • Can Social Media Help My Site’s SEO Efforts?

    NetMediaBlog
    13 Apr 2015 | 5:53 am
    There are many great and successful websites that are not as successful on social media. There are also a lot of successful social media enthusiasts whose blogs and websites are not performing well.... This is just the content summary. Click on the link for full article. © Netmediablog.com
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  • Get started with the XBMC Android app

    Andy Betts
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:39 am
    XBMC is now available in the Play Store as Kodi. Read on to find out how to get started with this awesome media player. The post Get started with the XBMC Android app appeared first on Android Tips and Hacks.
  • 5 quick tips for instantly improving your battery life

    Andy Betts
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:22 am
    These simple tips will instantly improve the battery life on your Android phone or tablet. Read on to keep your device up an running for longer. The post 5 quick tips for instantly improving your battery life appeared first on Android Tips and Hacks.
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge: specs, price and release date

    Andy Betts
    2 Mar 2015 | 4:45 am
    Find out everything you need to know about the stunning new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, including the full specs and when you can get your hands on the devices. The post Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge: specs, price and release date appeared first on Android Tips and Hacks.
  • HTC One M9: so what exactly is new?

    Andy Betts
    2 Mar 2015 | 3:00 am
    The HTC One M9 has launched. We look at the specs and discover what's new and whether it is worth upgrading from a One M8 or even a One M7. The post HTC One M9: so what exactly is new? appeared first on Android Tips and Hacks.
  • What’s new in Android 5.1

    Andy Betts
    23 Feb 2015 | 2:27 am
    Android 5.1 is set to begin rolling out to Nexus and other devices, after its launch on Android One phones. We take a look at some of the fixes and features you can expect to see in the update. The post What’s new in Android 5.1 appeared first on Android Tips and Hacks.
 
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  • A Digitally Empowered India for A Digital India Tomorrow

    admin
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:17 am
    Digital India is a flagship programme of the government of India to transform India into a digitally empowered society and a knowledge based economy. The programme recognizes at the onset that the young Indian talent remains untapped and the potentials of Information Technology need to be channelized to have a digitally empowered India tomorrow.   Watch The Video – Digital India Week   Indian Talent + Information Technology = India Tomorrow     Co-ordinated by Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), the Vision of Digital India focusses on the…
  • TestComplete – A Sophisticated Automated Testing Tool by SmartBear

    admin
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:41 am
    An automated testing tool by SmartBear – TestComplete is a comprehensive product with umpteen features and capabilities to make it one of the most liked testing tools encompassing a variety of applications like Desktop, Mobile Web and RIA with technologies like .NET, Java and more. It is considered to be an automated testing tool which is apt for novice testers as well as advanced and its umbrella of test types consists of Unit, Functional, Regression, Data-driven and many more. With the passage of time, this wonderful tool has made sure to incorporate the latest and upcoming trends and…
  • 5 Prime Reasons Why Sales Force Automation is a Sales Person’s Best Pal

    admin
    26 Jun 2015 | 3:15 am
    With the entry of sales force automation (SFA), years ago, in the 1980s, organizations and especially field force / sales staff were highly reluctant to accept and adapt these SFA solutions. Although the salient features and benefits that SFA proposed were quite enthralling and promising, the perception that the sales staff had, was towards a negative bent, feeling that these solutions would act as a spy to their work, giving each and every detail of theirs to the higher management, thereby restricting their work freedom. Also, solutions, in earlier times, did not meet the user expectations…
  • Smart Design for Smart Technology – UI/UX Design for the Wearables

    admin
    24 Jun 2015 | 1:12 am
    News, News and more news. The convergence of Fashion and Technology started way back in 2014, and the news never stops pouring in. An interesting fusion of Materials, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Electronics, Human Intelligence and Biometrics, this industry transforms and takes design to a completely new pedestal.   Always the news-maker; and now categorized to creative technology, UI/UX Design of Wearables is a matured discipline today. Interesting announcements for products launched or prototypes proposed have made it to the headlines all through 2014 and early 2015.  …
  • Moving On FromSales Force Automation to Mobile Sales Force Automation

    admin
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:38 pm
    Technology shifts from desktops to mobiles and other devices. Today we talk of phones and tablets. Who knows, tomorrow it could be only the wearables and more.Diverse devices and apps completely change the ways in which business is done. It is no surprise then that mobility is the most discussed feature for SFA solutions and the transformation of SFA into Mobile SFA is complete today. Sales Force Automation techniques shift focus towards mobile technologies and SFA transforms into Mobile SFA equipped with newer technologies. The sudden shift catches companies unaware. Technology brings with…
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    TechBeatBox

  • Best Platform for Email Marketing: Get Response Vs MailChimp

    Shabarish Balaji
    5 Jul 2015 | 12:16 am
    Email marketing is one of the best techniques to connect with your client over their emails. To keep connecting with our readers we must not spam our subscriber’s emails, but keep sending them emails to make better relation with the readers. When we have good relation with our subscriber’s we can turn them to a good customer, who would benefit you lots of profit in long run. The best thing about email marketing is that you don’t require to worry about the organic traffic when you have massive email subscribers. But you should make sure that you grab down the best mailing list, who are…
  • Tinnitus Miracle Review – Does it Work or Scam (Revealed)

    Shabarish Balaji
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:22 am
    Tinnitus Miracle Review – Does it Work (Legit/Scam) 2015 Tinnitus, this is one annoying name and a very worse problem. More than 500 Million People is suffering from tinnitus. People pay hundreds and thousands of dollars $$$$$, just to get rid of it. There many natural remedies too to get rid of it, but most of the time they don’t work. Recently Dr. Thomas Coleman (Tinnitus Expert), Created a Digital Product on How to get completed rid of Tinnitus. This product is Called as “Tinnitus Miracle”, People were mailing me asking on Tinnitus Miracle Review, Tinnitus Miracle Review…
  • The most effective method to develop in your profession

    Shabarish Balaji
    2 Jun 2015 | 12:59 am
    Individuals may venture into an organization for the post of a learner in any field or a lesser level worker at a starting stage not long after the culmination of their graduation or post-graduation. All the individuals need to develop their separate positions in a fruitful to their profession like mis executive jobs in Mumbai. It is because if a man develops in a profession then it demonstrates that the standard and the way of life of the individual likewise get overhauled alongside the profession. It is the obligation of the persons to humor themselves in the exercises that will take them…
  • iOS 9 Concept and Features

    Shabarish Balaji
    25 May 2015 | 4:20 am
    No device can beat Apple and its devices. It has gotten all the due popularity so there is no hype. Apple has expanded its limitation to specific extend. It is now again with the feature updates to iOS yearly. The features you were missing in iOS 7 and iOS 8 will be filled in iOS 9. So that there will be more and more features.     iOS 9 will take time to be demonstrated before people till then people will keep creating news and updates for long. iOS 9 is heading for all great stuff. Updates are always to keep the interest alive and we can be more accessible to what exactly will be…
  • Mobile v/s Desktop: What Features Makes Mobile more personalized than Desktop?

    Shabarish Balaji
    12 May 2015 | 9:50 am
    Do You Know? Mobile users are increasing day by day in internet world compared against the desktop users. Mobile users are growing faster because of the lots of innovative designs and phones manufactured in the market every year vastly with lots of extras features added in the device.  This has encouraged internet users to increase the usage of internet via mobile phones. Basically, it is much easier than using internet from desktops as mobile is easy to carry anywhere and also very easy to access internets. Things that made mobile users grow more rapidly: Introduction to iOS and Android…
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    Thetechhacker

  • OUKITEL U10 Android Smartphone Review

    vithala85@gmail.com (Rahul Vithala)
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:32 pm
    In the World of Android-powered smartphones, Samsung, LG, HTC are ruling the world. For many of us, they are the most important devices in our lives, ruled by our hand. Some are expensive because of its brand name, some are cheap and affordable. Some devices price exceeds 1000 dollars mark. For that price, you generally […] The post OUKITEL U10 Android Smartphone Review appeared first on Thetechhacker.
  • Xiaomi Mi 4i Review- Saga Continues

    vithala85@gmail.com (Rahul Vithala)
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:43 am
    Can a $225 smartphone stand up with the best Android devices out there from heavyweights like Asus, Samsung, LG, and HTC? Let’s see the new Xiaomi Mi 4i can compete with big names. The success of the Xiaomi has proved that Chinese brands are ready to change their way of branding in front of the […] The post Xiaomi Mi 4i Review- Saga Continues appeared first on Thetechhacker.
  • SaferVPN Review

    vithala85@gmail.com (Rahul Vithala)
    5 Jul 2015 | 8:12 am
    Using anonymous surfing by concealing your actual identity is a much safer way to browse the Internet than to do otherwise. A good VPN ensures the security of data which is to be sent & received as well as fast data transfer speed. It is highly advisable to use a VPN service when you connect […] The post SaferVPN Review appeared first on Thetechhacker.
  • iSkysoft Video Converter For Mac Review

    vithala85@gmail.com (Rahul Vithala)
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:29 am
    The need for video converters has increased due to the huge number of video supported devices in the market right now. For Windows platform, we have a vast number of free and paid options. I’ve been using video converters for last six years, but for Mac we have limited choice. After the launch of various […] The post iSkysoft Video Converter For Mac Review appeared first on Thetechhacker.
  • QuickData MBOX to PST Converter Review

    vithala85@gmail.com (Rahul Vithala)
    2 Jul 2015 | 9:12 am
    If you have decided to migrate from Thunderbird to Microsoft Outlook and you are looking out for convenient options that would ease off your migrating procedure then you are definitely at the right place. For those who are using Thunderbird must be aware that Thunderbird email client puts down all its storage data in MBOX […] The post QuickData MBOX to PST Converter Review appeared first on Thetechhacker.
 
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  • Android M Introduced With Much Fanfare at Google I/O 2015

    Ashesh Shah
    17 Jun 2015 | 6:17 am
    Introduction People familiar with the Google Android Operating System will probably know that Android M update has been recently launched at the Google I/O 2015 conference in San Francisco. Currently, The Android M preview for developers is available on a couple of devices such as the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 as well as the Nexus Player. Nevertheless, the final version is due for launch in Q3, 2015. Back to the Basics With this, Google (Sunder Pichai Senior VP Products) claims that it has “gone back to the basics” with this latest Android Version. Comparing Google M with the last…
  • Ten Reasons to Choose the Android Platform for Apps Development

    Ashesh Shah
    13 May 2015 | 7:23 am
    Today, mobiles have become the mainstay device in society, and they come with a lot of technological innovation. Today, some mobiles phones are so advanced that it is like carrying an advanced computing device in one’s pocket. To cater to the advanced needs of mobile users, mobile apps have come into existence. These apps are made utilizing the most powerful and dynamic mobile platforms available today. There are a lot of platforms available today for development, such as Symbian, Android, Windows, Blackberry, and iOS. However, the Android platform by Google is moving ahead by leaps and…
  • 10 Evergreen Programming Languages to Learn in 2015

    Ashesh Shah
    9 Mar 2015 | 5:24 am
    Programmers are in for good times presently. According to the US Bureau of labor Statistics, it is predicted that jobs in the segment are expected to grow 8% over the next seven years. In 2015, here are some of the programming languages that will find favor with the programming ground and will see a rise in their use.   JAVA This is one of the most popular programming languages that are used to build robust backend for today’s enterprise web applications. With the help of JAVA and the help of frameworks that are based on it, it is possible for web developers to build scalable web…
  • Fusion Informatics – IT Partner for Sabarmati Marathon 2015

    Ashesh Shah
    23 Feb 2015 | 3:27 am
    The 5th Edition of the Reliance Sabarmati Marathon 2015 was held on 15 February 2015. Gujarat CM Andandiben Patel flagged off the Marathon in Ahmedabad at the Sabarmati Riverfront (West) near Vallab Sadan in Ahmedabad. Accompanied by the honorable CM was Parmial Nathwani of Reliance Industries, who remained Chief Guest at the Marathon. More than 8,000 participants took part in the Marathon Run. Fusion Informatics provided the necessary live IT support at the expo. Fusion Informatics is a top notch Software Development Company based in Ahmedabad, India which went an extra mile to deliver…
  • Important Software Development Trends That Will Change the Software Scenario in 2015

    Ashesh Shah
    11 Feb 2015 | 3:21 am
    In the present era, software has become highly dominant across the entire industrial, business, and social spectrum. There have been many changes across the entire global scenario, which has put software in a dominant situation. With automation and mechanization taking the front seat, more and more quality software is in demand to drive the hardware that drives various solutions, which industries have invented for gainful benefit in society. Hence, let us examine some of the trends that have the potential to change the software scenario in 2015. Software to Transform Software Itself : –…
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    Appster

  • 7 Things Richard Branson Can Teach You About Entrepreneurship

    Michal Ugor
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:31 am
    Richard Branson is a remarkable entrepreneur. He is also a very different kind of entrepreneur. Over his life, he started over 400 companies, from music studios signing likes of Rolling Stones or Sex Pistols to a space travel business Virgin Galactic. All while having more fun in life than possibly any living entrepreneur ever. Here are some things, aspiring entrepreneurs can learn from him.     Be a Hustler You can achieve exceptional things if you aren’t shy to hustle. Many deals Branson made are a textbook example of great hustling skills. For example, in 1978 when Branson…
  • What Makes a Mobile App Successful?

    Mark McDonald
    30 Jun 2015 | 4:52 am
    Making a hugely successful app like Snapchat or Angry Birds has little to do with luck. There are some consistent patterns among these apps that make it possible to reach that kind of popularity. Even before you get on wireframing your idea, this is an area to study. Here are some of these patterns.     They’re Simple Using Instagram requires 3-4 taps. And you’re just sharing and browsing photos. Playing Angry Birds also requires a couple of taps to get the full experience. The list goes on, Snapchat, Twitter, WhatsApp, etc. they’re all built around one feature.
  • 5 Ways to Find Investors for Your App Startup

    Michal Ugor
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:41 pm
    There are plenty of guides on ‘how to find investors’ but most offer a generic advice such as ‘decide on the type of investors you need’ or ‘use your network.’ Another advice revolves around pitching tips and networking advice. But how do you find the names and contact details of the investors you want to pitch? Here are some valuable ideas:     Start With Referrals Raising capital is all about selling. Ask any salesperson about the value of referrals and you’ll learn they’re the highest-value leads with top conversion rates. The only kind of lead that is…
  • Think Big and Be Bold

    Josiah Humphrey
    18 Jun 2015 | 7:40 am
    As Theodore Roosevelt once pointed out, “The only man who never makes mistakes is the man who never does anything.” If you agree and you’re actually going to do ‘something’, it’s better to be bold and think big while you go about doing it. Here are some valid reasons why it pays off.   Thinking Big Inspires To build a great company, you need to surround yourself with the top talent, attract the top capital, advice, and generate attention. Nothing inspires employees, customers, investors and media more than a big vision. Thinking big inspires others to join you in working…
  • How to Get Valuable Startup Ideas

    Michal Ugor
    16 Jun 2015 | 8:12 am
    Startup ideas are a great starting point. Even though 70-100% of startups will likely change once the first potential customers come onboard, the initial idea that you start with determines where you end up in the long run. The market you choose, the customer pain you decide to attack, and the solution you come up with, all affect the size of the outcome. So, if you’re an entrepreneur or potential entrepreneur, with skills or enthusiasm to get started, but you don’t have an idea yet, here’s a brief guide to get you started.   1. First Follow Your Skills, Then Your Passion As argued…
 
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    Publ.com Blog

  • Social Media Works for Mobile App Marketing. See How

    Sasha Zinevych
    27 Jun 2015 | 8:08 am
    There is so much to do in mobile app marketing but to achieve the best results and boost your app sales, you need to concentrate on only two or three digital channels. The first step in choosing the right social media network is to analyze your target audience and try to define where these people […] The post Social Media Works for Mobile App Marketing. See How appeared first on Publ.com Blog.
  • How People Buy Things with Google Mobile Search

    Sasha Zinevych
    23 Jun 2015 | 2:35 am
    A common myth is that mobile users are always on the run leading companies to include only the most important information on their mobile websites and apps. In reality, people turn to their smartphones for virtually anything. Cooking, shopping, commuting, and waiting in line have become much more informative and entertaining thanks to mobile devices. […] The post How People Buy Things with Google Mobile Search appeared first on Publ.com Blog.
  • 4 Experts Discuss Mobile App Development and Marketing

    Sasha Zinevych
    16 Jun 2015 | 6:15 am
    I’m happy to finally publish an interview with an expert I conducted some time ago. In addition, I’m ready to cover new topics, so please let me know what you’d like to learn from the experts about marketing mobile apps and related areas.   Tom Taulli from Forbes runs Option Taxes, which offers an iPhone app […] The post 4 Experts Discuss Mobile App Development and Marketing appeared first on Publ.com Blog.
  • Typical Mobile App Development Barriers

    Sasha Zinevych
    4 Jun 2015 | 5:39 am
    What obstacles do you face in mobile app development? Statistical data from the Adobe Mobile Excellence Report illustrates some common issues. According to 3,000 respondents from marketing departments and agencies, typical mobile app development barriers include the following (listed in descending order): Measurement It’s surprising, but many companies still don’t understand what happens with their apps after […] The post Typical Mobile App Development Barriers appeared first on Publ.com Blog.
  • What Adobe Has To Say About Mobile App Market

    Sasha Zinevych
    29 May 2015 | 1:00 am
    Adobe’s latest report about mobile excellence and mobile app market is based on research among 3,000 marketing professionals, and it looks like many more companies are ready to go mobile. Of the respondents, 30% recognize that mobile activities are central in their marketing and 22% have a centralized mobile team. However, there is still a […] The post What Adobe Has To Say About Mobile App Market appeared first on Publ.com Blog.
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  • Hard Reset LG G4

    Guglastican
    11 Jun 2015 | 8:17 am
    How to Hard Reset LG G4? In this tutorial I will show you how to perform hard reset LG G4. Before you start follow this tutorial I recommend you to do few things. The most important thing before you do anything is doing backup. I want to highlight that hard reset will remove forever all data files stored on phone.  You can make backup copy direct on micro SD card or transfer all data via PC. Users often forget their password or lock pattern,  unfortunately you are not able to recover your lost password. If you have problems as what crashing, freezing and others, which can be solved with…
  • How to Microsoft Lumia 640 Hard Reset

    Guglastican
    14 Mar 2015 | 9:30 am
    How to Microsoft Lumia 640 Hard Reset After the Microsoft release new model of Lumia 640 I decide to make new tutorial how to perform reset. For most devices there are two ways to make reset. First way with external keys and second from settings. I will show you both ways in text and video. Before we do anything you have to make backup otherwise you will lost all user data. With performing Microsoft Lumia 640 Hard Reset all settings will be reset including forgotten password or lock pattern. Data stored on memory card will not be removed and it is one of way to make a backup. In the next…
  • Zte Blade s6 hard reset

    Guglastican
    3 Mar 2015 | 7:04 am
    Zte Blade s6 hard reset easy tutorial In this article I will show you how to perform ZTE blade s6 hard reset. This article will help you to solve crashing, freezing problems and also restore to factory forgotten password or locked pattern. With performing reset all data files will be lost, cause of that I recommend you make backup. Phone reset can’t damage any device. If you have any question ask me below in comment area. At the end of this post you can see video tutorial if you something don’t understand. Reset Zte blade s6 with external keys Power off device. Press and Hold…
  • Samsung Z1 Hard Reset

    Guglastican
    25 Feb 2015 | 5:40 am
    How to perform Samsung Z1 hard reset? If your phone freezes or hangs, you may need to close apps or power off phone and power it on again. If your phone frozen or unresponsive, press and hold press the Power key and Volume down key simultaneously for more than 7 seconds to reset it. If this doesn’t work, perform hard reset. This tutorial will help you restore to factory forgotten password or lock pattern. Reset can be useful if you have virus in your phones, but all data will be lost. Follow steps below in exact order. If you have any question ask  me in comment section. All user data…
  • Microsoft Lumia 435 Hard Reset

    Guglastican
    8 Feb 2015 | 3:42 am
    How to Hard Reset Microsoft Lumia 435? The hard reset will restore the phone to it’s original factory settings and all user data, applications will be lost. This are the step by step procedures on how to Microsoft Lumia 435 Hard Reset. This may help you if your device randomly reboots, freezes or hang up problems when using or opening some applications. This tutorial also will help you to restore your forgotten password on factory default settings. You need to know when you do a hard reset all data will be lost, because of that I recommend you make backing up android device and store…
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  • How to Setup Galaxy S6 Fingerprint Scanner

    Aamir Zubair
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:17 am
    The post How to Setup Galaxy S6 Fingerprint Scanner appeared first on Samsung Rumors. Galaxy S6 Fingerprint Tricks The Galaxy S6 was equipped with various exceptional features, due to which, it stands out among all the other phones. This year, Samsung completely redesigned their flagship, and finally moved on from the plastic build, which has been a letdown for customers over the past few years. The Galaxy S6 is furnished with numerous noteworthy features. The Galaxy S6 comes with fast charging capabilities, Smart Manager, Double Wireless, Fingerprint Scanner, and many more features. The…
  • Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace Listed As Galaxy J1 Pop

    Aamir Zubair
    3 Jul 2015 | 3:59 am
    The post Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace Listed As Galaxy J1 Pop appeared first on Samsung Rumors. Samsung released the Galaxy J1 as an entry-level budget smartphone, this year in January. The Galaxy J1 has been very popular in the low-range market ever since. As we have observed before, it is Samsung’s strategy to release various variants of their devices, one after another. Likewise, it has been reported that Samsung will be releasing another variant of the Galaxy J1. Reportedly, the upcoming device will be named as Galaxy J1 Ace, and has recently showed up on the internet with the model number…
  • Samsung Galaxy J2 Appeared on Geekbench

    Aamir Zubair
    3 Jul 2015 | 3:53 am
    The post Samsung Galaxy J2 Appeared on Geekbench appeared first on Samsung Rumors. Recently, the Galaxy J2 was confirmed when we spotted it on the Zauba Import/Export site, where we saw the SM-J200F being exported to India for testing purposes. Thus, it means that the Galaxy J2 will be released very soon over the upcoming weeks. Recently, the Galaxy J2 has appeared on the Geekbench Benchmark database. Therefore, we have been able to take a look at the specifications of the Galaxy J2. According to the benchmark, the Galaxy J2 will be coming with Android 5.1.1, a quad-core processor clocked at…
  • Samsung to Provide Flexible OLED Displays for Next Apple Watch

    Aamir Zubair
    3 Jul 2015 | 3:44 am
    The post Samsung to Provide Flexible OLED Displays for Next Apple Watch appeared first on Samsung Rumors. According to a recent report, Samsung Electronics Co. and LG Electronics will be supplying the displays for the Apple’s next smartwatch. LG has been supplying Apple with its display technology for Apple’s first smartwatch, which was released in April. This is because LG is the only vendor of organic light-emitting diode display, which Apple decided to integrate in its smartwatch. However, Apple has also decided to add Samsung to its supplier of OLED parts to integrate in its next…
  • Samsung Galaxy A8 Passes Through FCC

    Aamir Zubair
    2 Jul 2015 | 9:40 am
    The post Samsung Galaxy A8 Passes Through FCC appeared first on Samsung Rumors. The Galaxy A8 by Samsung has been in the works over the past weeks. Recently, we have come to know that the Galaxy A8 has been gone through the development phases, and is going through testing phase, currently. Recently, a hands-on video review of the Galaxy A8 was also leaked over the internet. Thus, it has been confirmed that the Galaxy A8 will be released, very soon. We had also been reported that Samsung is trying to acquire hardware certifications for this device, on priority basis. Lately, the device has…
 
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  • Top 10 Best Android Phones Under Rs. 5000

    Ashvin
    5 Jul 2015 | 2:42 am
    Hello friends, do you want to buy new Android Phone? I have listed here Top 10 low budget best Android Phone, choose any from this list. These smartphones has great features in very cheap price, let us see price and specification of these phone. Top 10 Best Android Phones Under Rs. 5000 1. Intex Aqua T4 Intex Aqua T4 is the best Android phone in low price so it is on first position in this list. Current online price: Rs. 2,978. Display: 3.5 inch, 320×480 px, 164.83 ppi Android OS: 4.4 KitKat Processor: 1.3 GHz dual-core RAM: 256 MB Camera: Rear- 2MP with LED Flash; Front- 0.3 MP Memory:…
  • WhatsApp error: How to Fix Your Phone Date is Inaccurate!

    Ashvin
    22 Jun 2015 | 11:47 pm
    Hello friends, today you will learn How to fix Your Phone Date is inaccurate! Adjust your Clock and try again! WhatsApp is one of the best and highly used messeging app.  Every smartphone user want to install WhatsApp app in their smartphone but sometimes you can’t start WhatsApp due to error like “Your Phone Date is inaccurate! Adjust your Clock and try again!” Lot of people are frustrated due to this type of error they tried everything they could such as: Automatic Time Setting Manual Time Setting Reinstall WhatsApp app but unable to fix this error they think that there is the…
  • Ultimate Guide to Root Micromax A102 Canvas Doodle 3

    Ashvin
    17 Jun 2015 | 6:34 am
    Hello friends, Micromax A102 Canvas Doodle 3 is one of the best Android Smartphone from Micromax which comes with the decent quality features such as 6 inch capacitive touch screen display which is powered by a 1.3 GHz processor along with 1 GB RAM and it runs on Android 4.2.2 Jellybean operating system.If you want better performance from this device, then you must have to root it. Today in this article you will learn How to Root Micromax A102 Canvas Doodle 3. There are some Great Advantages of Rooting: You can Install custom ROM Firmware’s of your choice. You can remove Preinstalled…
  • Seven Secret About Hike App That Nobody Will Tell You

    Ashvin
    11 Jun 2015 | 6:21 am
    Hi guys! Today I am going to share Seven Secrets About Hike App That Nobody Will Tell You. There are lot of messeging apps are available, Which one is your favorite Messenger? Some of you may like WhatsApp messenger, BBM, WeChat, Facebook messenger and even line but how many of you know these Seven Secret About HIKE app? So let’s start now. Seven Secret About Hike App That Nobody Will Tell You: 1. Hidden Mode: In Hike App you can easily hide your secret chat with hidden mode, you can make patters to hide selected chats and unhide them back. This is one of the best feature Hike Messenger. 2.
  • Trick to Lock Android Apps with a Volume Button Pattern

    Ashvin
    5 Jun 2015 | 5:32 am
    Hello friend, I am back with new tips and tricks. Today I am going to share Trick to Lock Android Apps with a Volume Button Pattern. There are many apps are available in Google Play Store which offers features that enable you to restrict access from unauthorized user, which serves as an additional security layer to important and sensitive apps like WhatsApp messenger apps, files manager and the likes. These apps use the common pin lock or pattern lock to secure the apps. But right here today, am introducing to you a unique apps that use something totally different to do something similar to…
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  • Important: Admob policy update. Republishing required

    Ignacio Roda
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:17 pm
    Please read this post carefully, it is really important if you want to keep monetizing your apps built with Mobincube. Some weeks ago, Admob modified its terms and conditions in order to avoid involuntary clicks. After those changes, now almost all apps built and published with Mobincube before June 27th 2015 are now infringing the new Admob’s policies. During the last 2 weeks, more and more users of Mobincube are being notified by Admob about their apps not receiving more ads. In Mobincube we have reacted as fast as possible so that you can keep earning money with your apps peacefully…
  • 12 ideas for apps that will help you make money

    Filip
    25 Jun 2015 | 9:54 am
    12 ideas for apps that will help you make money Have you ever wondered what kind of app should you do next? Which is going to be popular or which one will monetize best? We know this feeling really well; each of us needs inspiration from time to time. For the sake of developers allies, we have prepared a list of the 10 greatest inspirations for apps. All of them are apps that will constantly be in demand, so this list will be valid for a very long time. The list that we have prepared contains both business apps and those for monetization. Note that all of these apps you can easily create with…
  • 11 tips to get your app through Apple App Store Review easily

    Filip
    3 Jun 2015 | 11:13 am
    11 tips to get your app through Apple App Store Review easily Publishing on iOS is both challenging and rewarding. Even though App Store Review Guidelines are strict and demanding, many developers still want to publish on Apple devices. It is not surprising, particularly because the average iOS app makes 5 times more, per download, than an Android app. To make things easy and smooth for you, we have gathered together all of our experience and created this 11 step guide. Below you have 11 tips, best practices, and common mistakes that we noticed after publishing thousands of apps in the Apple…
  • 5 best practices for designing amazing apps

    Filip
    20 May 2015 | 6:20 am
    Best practice for designing amazing apps Design is everything. Take shoes as an example. Can you tell where design as you know it ends and where engineering of sole, flexibility or breathability begins? Or smartphones. Are materials, buttons, size of the screen or OS, part of the design or engineering? To be honest, you can’t draw an exact line, both of them fold into one another. Same goes for mobile applications. While designing your app, you should pay as much attention to its content or features as to its design. Users won’t use a beautiful app that is not useful, and the greatest…
  • How to drastically boost your downloads – Ultimate ASO Guide

    Filip
    13 May 2015 | 2:45 am
    How to dramatically boost your downloads – Ultimate ASO Guide “Second page of Google, doesn’t exist” SEO people say, and I guess most of us can back that up with personal experience. In the App Market, search works the same. What doesn’t appear within first few results will be quickly forgotten. The good news though, is that you can change your ranking by using ASO techniques. What’s even better news is that 50% of developers don’t do this at all. So take this Ultimate ASO (which stands for App Search Optimization) Guide, and boost your downloads within minutes! ASO overview…
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  • A Comprehensive Guide for launching successful mobile app marketing campaigns

    My name
    1 Jul 2015 | 12:29 pm
    With the growth in technology and communication, the arena of mobile apps is flooded with products from companies and marketers that are pushed to various operating systems like iOS, Android or Windows. There are various aspects of marketing that need to be followed routinely; this includes a great plan along with proper stages of pre-launch and post-launch steps.  Pre-launch checklist A mobile app is an important part of a company as it will have all the features that will distinguish itself from the rest of the apps. Therefore, proper planning and discussion should be made before…
  • Responsive Web Development Vs Native App: What Should You Choose?

    My name
    28 May 2015 | 4:29 am
    A responsive web design is the latest trend, where the developers program a website to be used across the devices, including PC, laptops, smartphones and tablets. The latest mobile trend has created a delusion that only apps can compete in the mobile environment and attract millions of visitors and customers, because the online realm is crammed with plenty of headlines, blogs, reviews, and posts, speaking importance of apps. But the fact is different. Read this post to understand the truth. In reality, mobile apps development may cost your arm and leg. It also takes substantial time to create…
  • The Secret to Developing High-quality Custom Business Apps for Enterprises

    My name
    27 May 2015 | 2:49 am
    Every business venture and its clientele are unique. Perhaps, it may appear a lot like some other businesses in numerous ways and it may do what other businesses do, but they are not the same. Their staffs, their office room, and their customers are their own and exclusive. Businesses will have their own problems, according to their team and workload. Therefore, it is not practical to catch hold of a prepackaged software solution for a particular business enterprise that can meet up all its needs. Right, it is now clear, why it is essential to sign up with a business mobile app developer. To…
  • The Positive and the Negative Approach to Quick Mobile App Development

    My name
    18 May 2015 | 3:49 am
    Today, both the users and the clients want mobile apps to be delivered quickly. Just a few years earlier, eighteen-month development time was measured as an excellence mobile app, but the trend has changed and the customers are today not satisfied with even a six-month development time. The reason for their discontent is that the mobile technology is experiencing swift change and if you are not that much talented to speed up your process of mobile app development, then there is an opportunity of your developed app process not running on your fresh mobile technology, when it is introduced in…
  • The Importance of Developing Apps Faster in Today's Mobile App Development Market

    My name
    15 May 2015 | 2:36 am
    Traditional mobile app development is now a thing of past. People, both clients, and users expect apps to be made available to them immediately. So, while a usual 18-month development period was considered good for a quality mobile app a few years earlier, even a 6-month development period might not be quick enough today. This is because the mobile technology is changing so fast that if you don't speed up the app development process, chances are that the developed app is unable to run on the new mobile technology by the time it is released and is rendered obsolete. Warning Flag: The Wrong…
 
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  • Get Rid of App Modification Hurdles with Configure.IT

    CIT Admin
    2 Jul 2015 | 10:37 pm
    The customized business mobile app becomes a compelling necessity for the companies. Today, several online mobile application development platforms are available to facilitate mobile apps’ development with desired features. But then, as cut-throat competition and ever-changing business requirements compel companies
  • Avail PHP functions of Configure.IT for making ‘cool’ apps

    CIT Admin
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:47 pm
    Development of customized app is an uphill task for enterprises across the world. Even the companies that have separate IT units find it difficult to develop and maintain mobile business apps. The reasons are quite obvious: ever-changing business requirements and
  • Apple Wants You to Make Apps that can run without even opening them

    CIT Admin
    18 Jun 2015 | 10:38 pm
    Almost ten days have passed since Apple’s WWDC 2015 event. It is the time for interpretation and implementation of Apple’s statements and given facilities respectively. With this mega event, Apple has thrown a ball in developers’ court, now developers have
  • Open Sourced Swift- Apple’s Big Gift to Developers

    CIT Admin
    11 Jun 2015 | 9:55 pm
    Apple has come forward with innovations in both iOS and Mac OS X in WWDC 2015 mega event. HomeKit, News app, and Siri with Proactive, etc. are some of the indicators showing Apple’s innovative approach. Watch OS 2 and new
  • WWDC 2015 is here- Five Things We Expect

    CIT Admin
    4 Jun 2015 | 9:30 pm
    Developers are super excited about upcoming WWDC 2015 event. It is an annual event when iOS developers can have the first look of new concepts, products, and services from the tech giant Apple. They also get useful SDK as well.
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  • How To Remove The Windows 10 Upgrade Notification

    Mb s
    5 Jul 2015 | 5:38 am
    If you don’t intend to upgrade to Windows 10 when it's released this summer. you‘d probably rather the upgrade notification didn't persistently sit in the notification area of your Windows 7 taskbar. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to remove it by uninstalling the Windows updates that are responsible for its presence.Open the Start menu, type programs and features and press Enter. Next, click ‘View installed updates’ and locate the following updates: 3035583, 2952664, 3021917, Right-click each one and select Uninstall and Restart Later when the prompt appears. Next, restart your PC…
  • How To Transfer Files Wirelessly From Tablet To PC

    Mb s
    5 Jul 2015 | 5:02 am
    Last week, I plugged my Android tablet into my PC, only to discover that the micro USB connection had become faulty. I knew something was wrong because a notification appeared to say that it was charging. but my PC didn‘t recognise the device. I tried using a different cable, different PC and even reinstalling the manufacturer's drivers, none of which worked, so I knew it was the connection on the device itself.My tablet is out of warranty, and I wasn't keen on paying any repair fees, so I wondered how else I might be able to transfer large files to my PC without a cable. A quick Google…
  • How To Make Games Faster And More Responsive

    Mb s
    5 Jul 2015 | 4:54 am
    New PCs work brilliantly for a while, but they then seem to get slower and slower as they age. By the time your PC is a year or two old, it might be struggling to run the latest software, especially games, which can be very demanding. However, you can give your old PC a boost by tweaking a few settings.For example. If I am playing an app from the Windows Store, I change the screen resolution to 1,366 x 768 pixels rather than the screen’s normal 1,920 x1,080 pixels. Windows 8 apps with fast animation run more smoothly, although the pixels are a bit bigger. Right-click the Desktop and select…
  • How To Erase Unwanted Firfox History

    Mb s
    5 Jul 2015 | 4:46 am
    If you have a recent version of Firefox, you can add a useful privacy button to the toolbar to cover your tracks while browsing. It's handy for when you click links on websites and end up somewhere you would rather not be. A quick click of the privacy button and you can erase it from your browsing history.Go to the menu button in Firefox and click Customise at the bottom. On the left is 'Additional Tools and Features’. Among the items is a button called Forget. Click and drag it to the toolbar at the right side of the address box and drop it. Exit Customise mode and click the button to see…
  • How to Get Paid iPhone or Android Apps discounts or Free

    Mb s
    4 Jul 2015 | 6:33 am
    Although paid-for apps for your phone or tablet cost a few quid at most, you can save money by waiting for time- limited discounts or for the apps to go completely free. To track the prices of iPhone and iPad apps, visit the Price Drops page at AppShoppe (appshopper.com/prices). This lists all the most recent price changes for iOS and lets you click straight through to the iTunes store to buy each newly discounted or free app. When we visited, bargains included Video Downloader Pro (free for one day, usually $3.99) and finance app Saver 2 Money Manager (now free, was $4.99). Add apps you want…
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  • Business App Teardown: Costa Coffee

    les sheppard
    14 Jun 2015 | 10:00 pm
    These business app teardowns allow you to get an insight on how mobile marketing can be successfully combined with your overall business strategy. What’s the nature of this business? Costa Coffee, owned by UK leisure company Whitbread PLC, is an ambitious premium coffee brand rivalling Starbucks. As well as high street stores, the brand can be found in many pubs, restaurants, motorway services and garage forecourts through distribution agreements. Coffee bean sales are also seen through retail partnerships with supermarket chains. In short, there are plenty of opportunities to buy a Costa…
  • App Marketing Strategies: #1 – Social Proof

    les sheppard
    10 Jun 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Hey… let’s get started with some app marketing strategies that’ll help you power up downloads and audience engagement… Quick-Fire Tip #1 – Social Proof There’s no doubt people like to follow the crowd, especially if that crowd is doing something new and cool. From Wikipedia: “Social proof is a psychological phenomenon where people assume the actions of others in an attempt to reflect correct behavior for a given situation. Social proof is a type of conformity.” What’s the point? You can create and use social signals with your business app that broadcast to…
  • Try These 3 Powerful App Market Growth Hacks [Slides]

    les sheppard
    7 Jun 2015 | 10:03 pm
    The app market is a huge opportunity for exposure and traction for your mobile business, IF you can achieve visibility against the competition. But many business app owners fail to create the momentum needed to rank highly in the major app stores (iTunes and Google Play), often through not understanding how the ranking systems work. The difference in download performance of the top 100 apps in each category compared to ranks 101-250 is truly colossal, and apps below rank 250 are not achieving any measurable success. Optimising your app market listing in the stores can go some way to help…
  • How to Get Mobile Devices to Drive More Sales

    les sheppard
    4 Jun 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Mobile devices are going to provide most of your growth over the next few years, a trend so prominent that Google is making changes to its search algorithm based on mobile device usage. In fact, Google has chosen to penalise websites that aren’t mobile friendly, so moving with this trend is essential to the performance of your business online. If you’re not fully set up to capitalise on this burst of traffic from mobile devices, you’ll notice that your conversions and sales won’t keep pace. Why? Because mobile consumers are accessing your site and apps on a tiny screen… on the move,…
  • Mobile Apps for Business: How to Crush It in 2015

    les sheppard
    2 Jun 2015 | 7:02 am
    Using mobile apps for business is now widely recognised as just smart marketing. But with so many business owners jumping on the trend, what are the tactics that’ll help you dominate mobile in your niche this year? Here are some strategies you can use to make sure your business app is pulling its weight… Blend mobile with your other marketing plans. If you’re investing in mobile apps for business, its critical that you capitalise on the opportunities you have for increased personalisation and interaction. Mobile apps can inform the rest of your marketing plans by telling you more…
 
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  • Miklós Dudás Experience with Lumia 1020

    Raj Jadhav
    5 Jul 2015 | 12:28 am
    My interest in mobile photography started 3 years ago. At that time I was using a nokia 700sl handset to take my pictures. I created a Facebook page called "mobile moment" and started posting my anonymous pictures with nice thoughts /quotations. At that time I didn't  wanted to give my name to my pictures. I have been practising for 2 years, every day and I started acquiring photography and started to gain a sense to it. Reflection has became my favourite topic and I acquired this topic the most.2013, nokia700slI read about Lumia 1020 in 2014, this handset was the best camera phone on…
  • Lumia 640 vs Lumia 540 which one is the best choice

    The Cartoon Boy
    2 Jul 2015 | 7:35 am
    Lumia 640 and Lumia 540 are two of the latest affordable windows phones released by Microsoft. Although these two phones names are different. Because of most of the main features are same, many people were confused to choose between both of these phones. And as an added confusion they are priced almost the same. So to clear the dust here we decided to break down the main differences in the key specs to let you decide easily between them. We are only going to point out differences here.  If you need all the specs of the devices you might want to visit Microsoft's product description page…
  • People's app Circles animations in Windows 10 mobile 10149 demoed

    The Cartoon Boy
    1 Jul 2015 | 10:12 am
    Microsoft with windows 10 has strongly fixed to a notion of people should be in circles and things should be in tiles. And they are going forward with in a very interesting way. So if a tile flips what would a circle do then? Microsoft's answer to it is circles roll. Although it seems quite a different approach and a complete diversion in the design philosophy of modern apps. And its working quite smoothly on Windows 10 Mobile 10149. I have to admit rolling  animation is quite awesome.  "It is a nice addition to Windows Phone ecosystem" says S M A Sithick from Lovable…
  • Gallery: New features found in Windows 10 mobile build 10158 emulator

    The Cartoon Boy
    1 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
    As the release date for windows 10 is fast approaching Microsoft steps on the accelerator pad firmly in terms of frequency of updates. They already released two PC builds subsequently. The previous two build of phone too made great leaps in terms of performance and number of features. And today reddit user  'distilledoreo'  announced a list of new things he found in the windows 10 mobile emulator 10158. He adds that he was not been able to login to Microsoft account in this build so was confined to explore a few of the features. Although the number of things he found is small some…
  • Microsoft Edge for windows 10 Mobile now allows you to play music and videos in background

    The Cartoon Boy
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:32 pm
    Back in windows phone 8 days playing a video or listening to music from online is a hefty task because it only plays certain formats and it opens separately it lacked proper implementation plus lack of features left many users frustrated. When IE 11 came in with windows phone 8.1 many were happy that it adds html5 player inbuild now it solves the features part but got disappointed when while they discovered that there is no live streaming capability. And as all of the Windows Phone users know windows phone lacks proper background functionality for apps, IE is no exception for this. So while…
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  • Train Chart Preparation time for Indian Railways

    Dharmesh Goyal
    2 Jul 2015 | 8:39 am
    Technofizi.com Technofizi.com - Dare 2 Dream... Train Chart Preparation Time is important when you book train ticket and if you get Waiting list in that. So if you want to know whether your name is in final list of passenger in reserved category or not. Then it is finalized at the chart preparation time. So it is necessary to know the Railways chart preparation time. Suppose you booked a ticket in tatkal and you got 37 Waiting List (W/L), now either keep checking whether your ticket is confirmed or not. Or wait for Chart preparation, because if your ticket is not confirmed till chart…
  • How to Root Lenovo A6000 or A6000 Plus in one click

    Dharmesh Goyal
    27 Jun 2015 | 1:56 am
    Technofizi.com Technofizi.com - Dare 2 Dream... Lenovo A6000 and A6000 plus is great hit phone in Indian market. It is high configuration phone with low price. This phone is exclusively available on Flipkart and only comes on Tuesday. Now if you owns any Lenovo A6000 or A6000 plus. Both phone are same the only differnce is n RAM and storage. The phone comes with ANdroid Kitkat but if you want to upgrade Lenovo A 6000 plus to Android Lollipop or upcoming Android M. Then you need to root Lenovo A6000 plus. Lets discuss How to root Lenovo A6000 in one click. Lenovo a6000 and A6000 Plus icomes…
  • How to Root Mi4i and Xiaomi MI 4 Update

    Dharmesh Goyal
    23 Jun 2015 | 2:11 am
    Technofizi.com Technofizi.com - Dare 2 Dream... How to Root Mi4i ? If you are looking for the method to root MI4i the latest phone from Xiaomi. Then first i want to tell you that officially no rooting guide for MI4i is released. But one of the member of MIUI forum has released a tool to root MI4i phone in one click. And if you are also looking to update your old MI phones like, Update Redmi 1s to lollipop or Xiaomi MI4i update. Then soon our team will release a guide for it. Mi4i is a Mid Budget High configuration phone and has made great sales. But no phone is perfect and people always look…
  • New dofollow blog commenting sites list with High PR

    Dharmesh Goyal
    16 Jun 2015 | 10:41 pm
    Technofizi.com Technofizi.com - Dare 2 Dream... Dofollow blog commenting sites list is required for ranking your site on search engines for making back links. There are lots of high PR blog commenting sites that gives you dofollow back link. This help you in increasing your site ranking on Google search and other search engines. Every blogger and SEO expert have their own list for blog commenting. Being a blogger, i also created a high PR and DA commenting sites list that give dofollow back links to your site. It’s take lot of time and hard work to create such list of blogs which gives…
  • Top 300+ High PR Free Directory Submission List

    Dharmesh Goyal
    16 Jun 2015 | 3:54 am
    Technofizi.com Technofizi.com - Dare 2 Dream... Free Directory Submission List is required , if you want to get good number of backlinks to your sites. For a site to rank on SERP, it is necessary to have good quality backlinks from high PR sites. So here i am going to share top high PR directory submission site list. You just have to submit your blog links to these directories and then they will enhance your back links. Top High PR Free Directory Submission Sites Here i am listing some top high PR and high authority sites where you can submit your site url, then these directory will help you…
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  • How to build twitter followers with SMS Marketing Campaigns

    Josh
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:26 am
    SMS marketing is a form of marketing that means using a carefully written text message to communicate a special offer or company information with a large group of people very quickly and easily from an online platform. This is achieved by sending a short, straight to the point message by a company to its customers […]
  • 6 SMS Marketing Tools to Build and Retain Your Customer Base

    Josh
    8 Jun 2015 | 8:55 am
    Many successful brands and businesses have smartened up to the fact that SMS marketing can become a very powerful tool they can utilize in placing their marketing message in front of their customers while doing it in a more cost-effective way in comparison to other online and offline marketing channels.  The number of mobile devices and their users […]
  • Why SMS Marketing is a “MUST HAVE” Tool for Any Brand

    Josh
    13 May 2015 | 7:24 am
    Definition and Characteristics of SMS Marketing The penetration of mobile devices in the American society brought with it vast business opportunities. One of such opportunities is the use of SMS as a marketing strategy. This refers to the use of mobile devices with the aim of promoting a certain product or service. It entails sending […]
  • Benefits of SMS marketing for the Food and Entertainment industry (restaurants, Bars, Comedy clubs, etc)

    Josh
    23 Apr 2015 | 7:26 am
    SMS Marketing or Text message marketing has become a popular and powerful communication, engagement and marketing tool for businesses and organization. 90% of American adults own a smart phone and 81% of cell phone owners use their phone to send and receive text messages. http://www.pewinternet.org/fact-sheets/mobile-technology-fact-sheet/ These are powerful facts that businesses and organizations cannot afford […]
  • Text Messaging Marketing in Religious Institutions

    Josh
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:36 am
    Religious institutions are great at testing out and taking advantage of different technological tool. They have found the perfect balance of using tradition and innovation. Churches, mosques, synagogues as well as religious schools are very receptive to technology and open to keep their members engaged via different means. One of the technologies that can be […]
 
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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date, specs, price and rumors

    7 Jul 2015 | 12:33 am
    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be the latest Phablet from the company which has made some of the finest phablets in the world with its Note series. The Last years Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was arguably the Best Smartphone of 2014. This years Samsung flagship devices Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have also done better compared to last years Galaxy S5. Will Samsung's upcoming phablet, the Galaxy Note 5,
  • Xiaomi MI 5 News Roundup : Leaked Specs, Release Date, Fingerprint Sensor, 4GB RAM and Snapdragon 820

    3 Jul 2015 | 8:54 am
    Xiaomi ,"The Apple of China" has had a great Success through its Smartphones not only in China but making its way throug many new markets US, UK, Germany, Turkey, Russia, Philippines, Thailand, Spain, Portugal, France, Greece, Czech Republic, Vietnam, Croatia, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to name a few. Xiaomi has made clear that they are all set to go International and will no longer
  • India Gadget Expo 2015

    3 Jul 2015 | 4:21 am
    <!--[if gte vml 1]> <![endif]--><!--[if !vml]--><!--[endif]--> The Gadget Expo 2014, As India's pioneer gadget event, India Gadget Expo 2014 attracted the biggest names in the retail sector with unique launches along with product and technology showcases, scheduled by the best technology, communication and entertainment companies and
  • Top free Android Apps of June 2015

    1 Jul 2015 | 1:05 pm
    TOP FREE ANDROID APPS OF JUNE 2015  Six Months of 2015 has completed with thousands of brilliant android app developed. Whatsupgeek presents you the Top Android Apps of June 2015. Adobe, this month, has not only developed one application but four new interesting apps.Before digging into that, in case you haven't checked out the previous month's top apps then click on the link given
  • Google's Project Soli - an innovation in Gesture Technology

    1 Jul 2015 | 8:57 am
    When we watch sci-fi movies like the Iron Man, Minority report etc. , what strikes us a lot is the "Gesture-Control " interfaces showcased in these films.The way the characters control the interface attracts us a lot. Many attempts were made in this field like the software "Flutter", the Nintendo Wii Motion Plus etc. Even Intel showcased their "Real-Sense" Technology in the CES-15 which
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  • Xiaomi Redmi 2 Now Available For 5,999; Rs.1000 Slashed as Expected

    KRISHNA KARTHIK
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:23 pm
    Xiaomi has slashed the price of Redmi 2 in India. The device was initially launched for Rs.6,999 but, now the device is available to buy at just 5,999. The company is actively slashing the prices of Mi device in India starting off with the Mi4 which got massive Rs.5000 price cut followed by Redmi 4G that got 2,000 price cut. Now that redmi 2 price has been slashed by 1,000 it is even sweeter to buy the device now. To remind you, the device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 410Soc clocked at 1.2GHz Quad-Core processor coupled with 1GB of Ram and 8GB of internal storage with an SD card…
  • Asus ZenPower PowerBank Review: A Bit Pricey But Efficient

    KRISHNA KARTHIK
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:06 pm
    Asus has launched the ZenPower Powerbank sometime in May and is exclusively available via Indian E-Commerce website Flipkart. The portable power bank from Asus comes in  Silver, Gold, Pink, Blue and Black, now the While the Gold, Silver, Pink and Blue variants are priced at Rs.1499, the Black variant costs additional Rs.100 and is priced at Rs.1599. The logic behind pricing them according to the color is unknown. The Asus powerbank competed with big names like Xiaomi and OnePlus now when the competition is brisk the performance of the device must impress the audience for the company…
  • Asus Pegasus 2 Plus X550 with Snapdragon 615Soc Unveiled in China

    KRISHNA KARTHIK
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:51 am
    Remember Pegasus Series smartphone that were launched by Asus last year. The first device under Pegasus series was X002 that is priced CYN 799 which is approximately Rs.8000. The company has silently unveiled the successor of X002 smartphone which is called Pegasus 2 smartphone (X550) in China today. The device sports 5.5-inches FHD display (1980*1080 resolution) that might have Corning Gorilla Glass three protection.                                Unlike the last years Xoo2 that is powered by MediaTek…
  • Sony Might Launch Xperia Z5 in September; Powered by Snapdragon 820

    KRISHNA KARTHIK
    5 Jul 2015 | 8:45 pm
    Since the Z3+ is a minor upgrade from last year's Z3, Sony might be working on next flagship smartphone aka Xperia Z5. According the new sources, the device is said to be launched in September with many major improvements. The device is said to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Soc with an Octa-Core processor and 4GB Ram. Camera module might feature a 21MP Sony Exmor RS IMX230 CMOS sensor, with 4K video recording support. The device is said to pack a massive 4,500mAh battery, but we are not sure whether Sony might include a huge battery as the company has been slashing the battery…
  • Oppo Mirror 5s with Snapdragon 410 Officially Announced

    KRISHNA KARTHIK
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:50 pm
    Unlike what we were expecting Oppo(Thread) has finally made the 5s smartphone official in Taiwan earlier today. The device was initially expected to be launched during the third-fourth week of July, but the Chinese manufacturer has put an end  to the rumors mill by making the smartphone official. The device packs quite impressive yet interesting specifications as well as the beautifully crafted reflective back panel. The device sports 5.0-inches HD display (1280*720 resolution) and we are yet to find out whether the display has any sort of protection. Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon…
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  • Casio Announced New Smartwatch Model Early Next Year

    reshiegowo
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:35 am
    Casio Smartwatch. Source: www.slashgear.com Casio prepares its own smart watch and set price $ 400 to compete with Apple Watch. Now we are all, this can begin, as the father of smartwatches just announced that it will launch a new Smartwatch to compete directly with Apple Watch. The company president, Kazuhiro Kashio, explained to the Wall Street Journal who have spent the last four years testing different prototypes that can fit into the market, but does not believe the Smartwatch going to be an instant success, Casio wants to long-term position  in this market. The president of the company…
  • Apple Watch VLC Now Can Controls Your Movies on iPhone and iPad Remotely

    reshiegowo
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:28 am
    Source: www.slashgear.com The famous VLC media player reaches on Apple Watch. A few days ago the famous media player VLC updated its application for iOS and finally adds support for Apple Watch. For those who do not know, VLC is one of the best multimedia players, thanks in part to its multiplatform nature, open source and compatibility with almost all possible video formats currently on the market. VLC version 2.6 for iOS which was released a few days ago incorporates some important, though perhaps the most prominent of it -at least for users of Apple Watch’s new is its compatibility…
  • How to Change and Customize the Areas of Apple Watch

    reshiegowo
    5 Jul 2015 | 4:48 am
    Source: appleinsider.com With all the features that Apple Watch offers, we sometimes forget that it is also at a clock, and the main function is to tell time. Apple Watch has very original ways to do that. Apple Watch is fully customizable and tailored to what do you want in every moment. The watchfaces or spheres are not only the screen where you can see what time it is, but you can place immediate access to relevant information such as time, the progress of daily physical activity, weather, and other data. This information can also customize freely called “complications”, but…
  • How to Adjust The Intensity of Taptic Engine in Apple Watch

    reshiegowo
    5 Jul 2015 | 4:43 am
    How to Adjust The Intensity of Taptic Engine in Apple Watch. Source: www.redmondpie.com Do you want to increase the intensity of the haptic interactions in Apple Watch? This guide will help you. One of the most useful features of Apple Watch is incorporating haptic technology. Thanks to the small linear actuator which Apple has dubbed Taptic Engine, the watch is able to send a small and subtle touch to your wrist every time we receive a notice or message on the device. But Taptic Engine functions are not only to inform you when you receive a new notifications, but virtually any kind of…
  • Ticwatch, The First Chinese SmartWatch Premium Appearance

    reshiegowo
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:23 am
    Ticwatch. Source: www.frogdesign.com There is a huge gap in China for premium look and affordable cost Smartwatch, now. Exactly, the same philosophy that has propeled brands such as Huawei, Lenovo and Xiaomi for applying the market for smart watches. Mobvoi, the Chinese startup seems to have realized this and they are preparing to occupy this very interesting market that big empty, the Ticwatch. Currently, the smartwatch is being financed through a crowdfunding platform on the site right now, JD.com and have already managed to raise $ 1.3 million to launch the project Ticwatch, a device that…
 
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  • MobiStealth Reviews: Should You Buy This Software?

    Kerrie Mccune
    25 Jun 2015 | 12:43 pm
    MobiStealth Android spy software is yet another monitoring software that is most prefered by the spy users. Undoubtedly this spy application has bagged great popularity among the users because of its user friendly interface and cost-effective measures. Also the compatibility of this mobile app is across all the extensive smartphone brands like the HTC, Nokia, […]
  • How To Track an iPhone With Android?

    Kerrie Mccune
    23 Jun 2015 | 11:29 am
    Discover your child’s whereabouts with the assistance of the monitoring software that further provides an aspect called GPS location tracker. With the aid of this feature you can conveniently be informed about your loved ones real-time locations. Although there are numerous applications available online which are compatible across all the major platforms like Android, Apple, […]
  • How To Hack Someone’s SnapChat Account?

    Kerrie Mccune
    22 Jun 2015 | 10:46 am
    SnapChat – a famous messaging application which is broadly used for sharing the images/pictures/selfies amongst the teenagers. Although, SnapChat was designed with the aim that anyone who wish to pose obtusely and carelessly to make their loved ones laugh uncontrollably for time being but surprisingly it has upsurge the act of sexting among all the […]
  • How To Spy Someone Else WhatsApp Messages Using Spy Software

    Kerrie Mccune
    7 Jun 2015 | 1:46 am
    WhatsApp a prevalent freebie app is the most lovable chat messaging medium amongst all generations. Majority of people are always clunged on their smartphones to chat with their friends and dear ones as you can have your private talks and chat over for hours and hours without any interference. For sharing your expressions, WhatsApp is […]
  • How To Read Someone Elses Text Messages Secretly?

    Kerrie Mccune
    2 Jun 2015 | 10:45 am
    Texting has become an extensive factor in the way people communicate through their smartphones. There’s no doubt in a fact that we are all living in a Texting era! And according to Pew Internet Research there are almost 80% of the mobile users that vastly use the text services to promote their business and products […]
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  • Twitter Increases the Direct Message Limit from 140 to 10 K Characters

    Sumit Sharma
    25 Jun 2015 | 9:44 pm
    Twitter has announced to increase the Direct Message Limit from 140 characters to 10,000 characters this July. This limit is only for the private messages send to each other but will be locked for the Tweets posted on the site. This can be an attempt to engage more and more people to the micro-blogging site. The report also came that investors get frustrated for lack of users on the site. Twitter has around 300 million active users, while rival Facebook has over 1.3 billion. To standout in this market Twitter is picking up the pace of product changes and  improvements. The company said in…
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    Sumit Sharma
    25 Jun 2015 | 3:12 am
    Techclones gives you an opportunity to win Truecaller Goodies.. To participate in the contest, you have to just download Truecaller from Play store and post an objective review and you can official goodies from Truecaller. Download Here: https://goo.gl/Am0ZWV Truecaller lets you search beyond your phonebook, identify unknown incoming calls, block calls you don’t want to receive, and make relevant contact suggestions based on time and place – so you never have to leave the service to find the right contact. 1. See who is calling if you don’t have their number in your phonebook 2.
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  • Ten key Highlights announced for iOS 9

    Sumit Sharma
    15 Jun 2015 | 5:23 am
    Apple has announced the slew of features coming in the new iPad and iPhone later this year as stated at Worldwide Developers Conference held last night. Curious about the availability dates as well as what new features you will get to see on your coveted Apple gadget ? Don’t Worry  iOS 9 seemed the most relevant to customers. Apple’s new Operating System is all set to get an update this fall with iOS 9 set to run on upcoming and some existing Apple devices as well. Check out our round-up of the best iOS 9 features you can look forward to on your iPhones and iPads. Ten key Highlights…
  • Windows 10 will be available to download free from July 29

    Sumit Sharma
    13 Jun 2015 | 3:55 am
    The World’s largest software company Windows said that Windows 10 new Operating system, will be available to download worldwide from July 29 as a free upgrade for the users of most recent versions of Windows. The Microsoft has earlier said the release would be this summer. The Microsoft latest trial to win the mobile users and featured a new browser called ‘EDGE’. Our touch-friendly Windows make comeback of the Start menu and is compatible on smartphones, tablets and PC’s. Windows designed Windows 10 to create a new generation of Windows for the 1.5 billion people using Windows today…
 
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  • 10 Mobile Apps For The Fourth of July

    Janelle McCarthy
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:43 pm
    If you’re not sure whether you’re ready for the upcoming holiday, here’s some mobile apps for the Fourth of July that will make your holiday weekend a success and keep you in the patriotic spirit! 1. Eventbrite  This iPhone app will help you find local events such as shows, concerts, and free events going on for the holiday weekend (or any time) and can even recommend certain events based on where your friends are going so you don’t end up alone for the holiday. 2. Camp finder If you’re the outdoorsy type, this might be one to check out. Camp…
  • 8 Awesome Apps For Summer

    Janelle McCarthy
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:58 pm
    Summer is painfully hot already and whether you’re just trying to avoid melting on the sidewalk or you’re traveling across the world, there’s an app for that. These mobile apps for summer will save you time, money, and make all your endeavors easier and more enjoyable.   1. Packpoint   If you’re anything like me and tend to forget to pack your underwear or toothbrush when you go on vacation, then you probably need this app. It asks where you’re traveling to and when and finds the weather for that place and time to help you choose the clothes you need…
  • 5 Young and Inspiring Entrepreneurs

    Janelle McCarthy
    24 Jun 2015 | 11:26 am
    These five entrepreneurs are not only inspiring and successful, they’re also kids. These kids and teenagers prove that you can be young and still know what you’re doing. 1. Ethan Duggan was 11 when he created his first app, Lazy Husband. He got the idea when his mother had gone out shopping and asked his opinions on everything she bought and he got stuck answering, “You don’t look fat,” and “It looks great” over and over. Being the clever kid he is, he decided to record his voice so he could play it back rather than responding and then learned to…
  • How To Decide What Monetization Model Is Best For Your Mobile App

    Janelle McCarthy
    17 Jun 2015 | 5:11 pm
    You’ve heard of apps like Instagram and Candy Crush making millions of dollars or being bought for millions of dollars, which makes sense when all your friends have been addicted to them like crack. Candy Crush makes billions of dollars a year with no problem. Now what we’re all wondering is how the hell do they do it? First of all, there are many different monetization models when it comes to mobile apps and different companies choose different models depending on what works best with their app and their business. Candy Crush utilized in-app purchases as well as social media.
  • How to Fund Mobile App Development

    Janelle McCarthy
    16 Jun 2015 | 12:12 pm
    The most daunting part of getting a mobile app made (and of life) is finding a way to pay for it. Unless you’re lucky enough to already have a hefty savings to pay the development costsout of your own pocket, you’re going to have to find money elsewhere. Don’t worry though, you have options.     In the first round of funding (when you are still pre-product), you just need to get enough money to build your initial product and prove it can work in the market. Unless you find an angel investor (someone who wants to invest in your idea in the beginning)…
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  • Mobile app development is still IT’s game

    hazare
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:15 pm
    From  James Bourne This time 451 Research, in a study sponsored by Kony, argues that while more than half of companies plan to deploy 20 or more apps in the coming two years, IT departments are already becoming stretched due to budget limitations, skills gaps and legacy infrastructure. In the main, IT does the majority (58%) of mobile app development. However, the researchers argue this will change in the coming years; by 2017, two thirds of apps will be developed externally, from business application vendors (21%), system integrators (16%), digital agency partners (14%) and developer…
  • Top 15 dental mobile apps

    hazare
    26 Jun 2015 | 11:36 pm
    Top Dental Mobile apps for Android and Apple iphone We understand that dentists are busy people. I met one yesterday! They work with cleanings, fillings, cavities and wisdom teeth all day long with blood and gore when they extract teeth. Get your mobile to work in your dental practice in a way you’ve never thought possible, lowering your administrative costs, streamlining the in your practice, making the ordering of supplies quicker and easier, and assisting your patients with educational materials, outcome expectations, and general communication. Here are the existing some 15 apps mostly…
  • Upcoming Events and Conferences

    hazare
    15 Jun 2015 | 10:09 pm
    Upcoming Events for Mobile apps and games June 9 – 10 | Teradata Connect | London, UK June 9 -12 | Israel Mobile Summit | Tel Aviv, Israel June 10 – 12 | Infinity Ventures Summit | Miyazaki, Japan July 10 | GMIC Tokyo | Tokyo, Japan July 30 – Aug 2 | ChinaJoy | Shanghai, China Aug 6-9 | Gamescom | Cologne, Germany Aug 11-13 | Casual Connect USA | San Francisco, USA Hi folks, which of the events were you or will be present? Happy mobilizing! What your peers are reading? 30-June      Mobile app development is still IT’s game By  James Bourne 27-June Top 15 dental…
  • Mobile-friendly tag in search results

    hazare
    14 Jun 2015 | 10:50 am
    Bing, too, says mobile friendliness matters “… we recently started tagging search results as “Mobile-friendly”. This enables the user to skim through the search results to know which ones will quickly answer their information needs. Here is an example of how this tag appears on the search results page:   continue on blogs.bing.com What your peers are reading? 30-June      Mobile app development is still IT’s game By  James Bourne 27-June Top 15 dental mobile apps by webprogr.com 4-June MOBILE BEST PRACTICES by webprogr.com Curated by c3pio, For Android App…
  • Businesses Are Going Mobile—but How?

    hazare
    14 Jun 2015 | 4:36 am
    Companies more likely to have a mobile website than an app! says survey from emarketer.com The US population is spending increasingly more time on mobile devices with every passing year, but many businesses still struggle to decide whether they need to have a separate mobile website, an app, or both. Survey of 500 brand marketers and agency executives in the US, Canada and the UK about their mobile marketing practices and found that 86% of respondents had mobiles-optimized websites, and 76% had a mobile app ! According to Sonia Nagar, senior director of mobile product strategy at RetailMeNot:…
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  • New Apple iPhone 6S leak reveals new NFC chip and 16 GB storage space

    sethe gomez
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:41 am
    Lately, we’ve been getting a lot of leaks concerning the upcoming Apple iPhone 6S and the Apple iPhone 6S Plus. A new leak reveals that the next iPhones will sport a new NFC chip, 16 GB of internal storage, and the smartphones’ dimensions. The photos of components and diagrams seen above were leaked by 9to5Mac. Starting with the new NFC chip, it is made by NXP and bears the model number 66VP2, which is said to be an upgrade of the NXP 65V10 NFC module found in the iPhone 6. The new NFC chip is said to me more secure with a secure chip built right in the main chip, which means…
  • Apple iPhone 6S and 6S Plus reportedly in production

    sethe gomez
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:59 am
    According to a report, the Apple iPhone 6S and the Apple iPhone 6S Plus have now entered into production. The Cupertino firm’s next iPhones are expected to launch in September. The news comes to us courtesy of DigiTimes. It reports: Makers in the iPhone supply chain have started delivering parts and components to the two iPhone OEMs Foxconn Electronics and Pegatron for production of next generation iPhone devices, which are widely expected to come in September, according to sources at the supply chain. Initial shipments of new iPhone devices in the fourth quarter of 2015 are expected to…
  • Apple cooking up a pink iPhone 6S?

    sethe gomez
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:44 am
    Is Apple cooking up a pink colour option of the upcoming iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus? Well, if the latest photos found online are to be believed, the Cupertino firm may be making the colour option available for its upcoming iPhones. The photos seen above come to us courtesy of Chinese-speaking micro blogging site Weibo (the equivalent of Twitter in China). The photos allegedly show a pink colour option of the Apple iPhone 6S, which goes in line with previous rumours we’ve come across in the past. The post also reconfirms that the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus will sport a…
  • Is this the keyboard of one BlackBerry’s Android smartphones?

    sethe gomez
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:20 am
    We’ve learned from past rumours that BlackBerry is cooking up two Android-powered smartphones. The first is said to be the BlackBerry Praque, a low-end smartphones that looks a lot like the affordable BlackBerry Z3, which is said to be released in August. The second is the BlackBerry Venice, a high-end slider that sports a curved Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) similar to the screen of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. It is said to be launched sometime towards the end of the year, possibly in November. It seems BlackBerry is cooking up a third Android-powered device, if a leaked QWERTY keyboard…
  • Android-powered Quad HD-sporting BlackBerry Venice slider to be offered by US AT&T?

    sethe gomez
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:13 am
    The yet to be announced BlackBerry Venice slider is rumoured to run Android with BlackBerry services slapped on top. According to previous reports, the smartphone will be released towards the end of the year – possibly in November. According to a serial leaker, the biggest network operator in the US, AT&T, will be offering the device to its customers. The serial leaker in question is none other than Evan Blass (aka @evleaks). He tweeted, “The Android-powered BlackBerry Venice slider is AT&T-bound.” The Android-powered BlackBerry Venice slider is AT&T-bound.
 
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  • Xiaomi Redmi 2 for an expense minimize throughout india tomorrow

    bergspider
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:59 am
    Some rumors have it that being said that the Chinese company will be slashing the price of its Redmi 2 smartphone – which was launched in India back in March this year – by INR1,000, while others suggesting that we might see the Redmi 2A being launched in India. In any case, we’ll arrived at understand soon, as the announcement will likely be manufactured on 10am tomorrow on mi.com/in. Xiaomi offers published some sort of teaser photograph (see below) in it is public Facebook accounts. The particular photograph somewhat demonstrates an expense physique of INR5, 999 and…
  • Customer Reports: Galaxy S5 leading mobile phone, G4 surpasses S6, iphone 6

    bergspider
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:53 am
    Client Reports docked the Universe S6/S6 edge credit score for the enclosed battery power and non-expandable storage. Those activities were being known as the anti-iPhone, however the S6 generation group is quite a bit nearer to it’s Apple-made compete with. This battery power living was rated below the S5 and competition from LG, although falling the water-proofing also earned the S6 flagship a penalty. This Galaxy S6 Active address some of those considerations. We are not necessarily 100% apparent how the LG G4 doesn’t location preceding the G3, we want a membership in order to…
  • Android 5.1 with regard to Asus ZenFone 2 ZE550ML was in closing assessment

    bergspider
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:45 am
    This second item will come installed in just about every ZenFone 2 in addition to will allow quick access into a talk to customer care repetition. This ZE550ML is the entry-level ZenFone 2 using Intel Atom Z3560 SoC, 2GB regarding RAM, in addition to 720p display. There isn’t a expression around the update’s standing for the top degree Asus Zenfone 2 ZE551ML using 4GB regarding RAM at the moment. It seems that Asus ZenFone 2 ZE550ML is around to discover the Android 5. 1 Lollipop cure shortly. Any user’s talk to a Asus agent agrees with that the bring up to date was in closing…
  • Android One launches within Pakistan together with QMobile A1

    bergspider
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:41 am
    The phone is actually identical inside the camera to the some other Android One particular units. It has the 1. 3GHz quad-core MediaTek processor, 4.5-inch qHD image resolution show, 5 megapixel rear video camera, 2 megapixel entry video camera, 8GB inner storage, microSD card position, 1GB GOOD OLD RAM, dual SIM support, and also 1700mAh battery power. The telephone in addition incorporates Android os 5. 1. 1 outside the container. This QMobile A2 will set you back 11, 500 PKR.Google has unveiled the primary Android os One particular product in Pakistan, the QMobile A1. Rating: 0.0/5 (0…
  • Samsung Galaxy S 3, Note 2 won’t receive Operating system Lollipop in the united kingdom

    bergspider
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:35 am
    It truly is really worth observing in which Samsung UK’s selection to not update the particular 2013 flagship duo will not affect almost all world-wide markets. Samsung Galaxy Note II have been proved for Android Lollipop within Belgium, Denmark, and also Finland. Beyond just the Uk, the particular Note II won’t obtain Android Lollipop within the Gulf place. Overall, every single world-wide side branch from the Korean giant seems to be cope with the particular update selection for that gadget in another way. It appears that Samsung Galaxy S 3 and also Samsung Universe Note II won’t…
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  • Sapphire Glass: Apple’s Saviour ?

    David Humphrey
    26 Jun 2015 | 5:51 am
    Last year in the run-up to the release of the iPhone 6, there was a lot of talk about the likelihood of Apple making use of Sapphire glass to protect the screens of its next-generation handsets. Unfortunately, it had issues with the supply chain, meaning that it was impractical to produce enough displays harnessing this technology to satisfy the high demand that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were set to generate at the time. The Apple Watch, on the other hand, did manage to arrive with Sapphire glass mounted on the front, as long as you opt for any model from this range that is above the basic…
  • Tips for Using a Broken iPhone

    David Humphrey
    22 Jun 2015 | 2:34 am
    If you are an iPhone owner, then the chances are that you are worried about what might happen to your device if it gets damaged or becomes faulty. From a practical point of view, any issues that are experienced could stop you from using your device properly, which could interfere with work commitments as well as your social life. Repairing your device with spare parts and accessories such as the Gtool iCorner is your best bet for long-term satisfaction with your handset. But if you have not ordered them as a precautionary measure, or you cannot get your device repaired until you have some…
  • iPhone Storage Almost Full? Fixed!

    David Humphrey
    7 May 2015 | 5:06 am
    Is your iPhone storage almost full? In this post we show you how to get that problem fixed! The iPhone range has gradually been endowed with more storage space over the years, enabling customers to access additional room for all the apps, games, pictures, music and video files that they might want to store on their handset. However, the one thing Apple has never officially supported is the use of memory cards in conjunction with the iPhone range. And the same restrictive strategy is in effect for the iPad and iPod Touch as well. The reason behind this is that Apple wants to encourage people…
  • Apple Unveils Costly Watch Repair Fees

    David Humphrey
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:42 am
    The Apple Watch is set to make a splash when it goes on sale, but buyers are advised to think carefully about how they use the device given the details about how much it will cost to repair using the Californian firm’s official repair service. Apple Insider reports that if the warranty on an Apple Watch has expired or has been voided for some reason, there are a number of potential repair costs that will mount up, depending on the extent of the damage. The lowest price option is battery replacement, which is set to cost customers in the US around $80 plus shipping, with people in the UK and…
  • How to Find a Lost iPod Touch

    David Humphrey
    31 Mar 2015 | 3:47 am
    In this post we’ll show you how to find a lost iPod Touch. Apple’s iPod Touch is a great way to listen to music, access the internet and enjoy a range of apps and games while you are on the move. And because it is more affordable than the iPhone but packs in most of the same features, it is a cost-effective form of entertainment as well. Its portability can become a problem if it gets lost while you are out and about, or indeed if you misplace it at home or at work and are uncertain of the location in which it can be found. A lost device may also require that you purchase some iPod…
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  • Top 7 Free File Managers for Android

    Alexandra Vasiliu
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:35 pm
    File management apps are certainly not an area where Android is lacking, in fact it’s quite the opposite. Besides the obvious drawback of having too many to choose from, it can be quite time consuming browsing and testing countless apps until you find the perfect one. On the other hand, a great advantage is you can find them in so many flavors, and even the free ones are quite exceptional at getting the job done. Here are our favorite free Android apps for file management, from the feature-rich, highly customizable ones for those who’ll never settle for less, to simple and lightweight…
  • ‘Escape’ by Ketchapp is an advanced Flappy Bird in a bleak world

    Adam Jones
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:36 am
    Escape [iOS, Android] Developer: Ketchapp Price: Free (with ads) Genre: Action The one-button gameplay which was made extremely popular by titles such as Flappy Bird is always a hit-or-miss kind of deal for both the developers and the players. The frustration of such titles means that you will either get addicted to them (at least for a short while) or that you will throw your phone on the wall with no hopes of recovering all the pieces. I am not entirely certain where Escape, Ketchapp’s latest title, falls in but both of the above situations may well happen. Escape puts you in control of a…
  • [Review] Just Dance Now

    Dan Vlasic
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:36 am
    Just Dance Now Developer: Ubisoft Entertainment Download for Android, iOS Genre: Dance, Music If you are a mobile gaming aficionado ignoring the world of console gaming, you might as well do without a console to play a console-quality game in your browser with the help of your smartphone. Just Dance is a franchise of console video games that sees you dancing to the hits and reproducing the moves you see on screen. At the same time, your camera registers your moves and scores how good you do. The multimillion fan base of the franchise is waiting impatiently for Just Dance 2016 release this…
  • ‘This War of Mine’ Android pre-order will give you a free copy of the PC version instantly

    Adam Jones
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:35 am
    War in video games is usually presented through the view of battle-ready soldiers, placing you in the midst of battles where killing does not seem strange or far-fetched. The reality of war is, of course, much different than what most video games present (and for good reason) but This War of Mine takes an entirely different approach by putting you in the shoes of normal, average civilians in the middle of a besieged city. The game has been available on Windows, OS X and Linux for a while now and it will be making its mobile debut before the end of July for both Android and iOS but users of…
  • MasterCard app will let you pay for stuff with a selfie

    Alexandra Vasiliu
    3 Jul 2015 | 11:58 am
    As much as some enjoy taking selfies, MasterCard plans to use them for something entirely different. The new biometric authentication method they’re working on, is supposed to enter the testing phase this fall. In an interview with CNNMoney, MasterCard’s President of Enterprise Security and Safety Ajay Bhalla, explained how the feature works. At checkout you can confirm the payment by allowing the app to take a snapshot of your face. To avoid the possibility of thieves trying to fool the app using a picture of you, it also asks you to blink at a certain moment. Alternatively,…
 
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  • It pays to work with a vendor with exact experience

    Ashwin - ContractIQ
    2 Jul 2015 | 10:25 pm
    60% of outsourced product development efforts fail to meet the expectations of the project owner. In ContractIQ’s own platform the failure rate is about 10%.Why is there a dramatic difference? What do we do so well that the rest of the market does not?Our secret sauce is really hidden in plain sight — We match project owners with those software development agencies that have done something similar before. All else remaining the same, this alone increases the possibility of success.To understand the impact of this variable, you’d need to understand what all can go wrong, from…
  • Four memory problems you should look for during game development

    Ashwin - ContractIQ
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:19 am
    From a sales point of view, your cool new mobile game should work on most of the devices used by people today. The term ‘most of the devices’ evokes a ‘yikes’ by a developer. As of Jan 2015, the number of unique mobile users was 3.6 Billion. It’s the job of the developer to make the game/application work within the hardware constraints of a lot of those devices. Developers need to put a lot of thought while developing memory intensive software like games. By writing this article, I hope to help a non-tech person understand some of the memory problems that should be taken into…
  • Hire R Programmers after checking these statistics!

    Kirthi Jayakumar
    23 Jun 2015 | 10:58 pm
    R, a programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics, has its own slew of programmers who work as statisticians and data miners, for developing statistical software and data analysis. The burgeoning need for statistics and data mining in a day and age that is so heavily inclined towards big data, their involvement and role cannot be stressed enough. And yet, for a population of 7 billion and counting, the number of R programmers is just 50,000, representing a fairly skewed ratio of sorts.Among the repertoire of 50,000 programmers, The United States leads…
  • Wireframing Tools to help develop an app

    Kirthi Jayakumar
    7 Jun 2015 | 11:30 am
    Developing a mobile app involves a fair amount of aesthetics that are wedded to functionality. To have an interface that is comfortable for use while being appealing to the eye is to achieve the right balance. In the process of drawing up the structure and layout of a mobile app, defining and building wire frames are valuable steps to attend to. While most start with rough sketches using good old pen and paper or even turn to the white board, here’s a look at a bunch of useful wireframing tools:Axure helps generate interactive HTML wireframes and UI mockups using the simple drag and…
  • Pair Programming: Pros and Cons

    Kirthi Jayakumar
    6 Jun 2015 | 11:30 am
    Pair programming refers to an agile software development technique where two programmers work together at one workstation. One of them puts together the code, and the other functions as an observer or navigator, testing and reviewing each line of code in real time, as it is typed in. The two programmers tend to work interchangeably, where they switch roles throughout the process.In the course of reviewing the code as it is produced, the observer looks at the code with an eye on the strategic direction of the task. Alongside review, therefore, the observer makes sure to craft ideas for the…
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  • iPhone 7 Plus release date, Price, Specs, rumour and other news

    Admin
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:08 am
    iPhone 7 Plus release date – It is interesting to note that, iPhone 7 Plus rumours about the price, specification and other things have started to surface on various tech blogs. Based upon rumours, I expect that iPhone 7 Plus release date would be somewhere in Q3 or Q4 of the year 2016 if the Cupertino, California based tech giant doesn’t come up with different siblings of iPhone 6 or iPhone 7. The iPhone 7 release date according to the rumours will be somewhere between September to October 2015 as said in previous article. But again it depends if the company decides to jump to…
  • iPhone 7 release date, specs, price and other news

    Admin
    11 Jun 2015 | 12:59 pm
    The rumors about iPhone 7 release date have been surfacing around the world and it is being predicted that the this premium device could be launched in Q4 of this year. There is no clear understanding whether the new iPhone will be called iPhone 7 or iPhone 6S as some of reliable sources believe it will be iPhone 6S and some other think it be called iPhone 7. iOS 9 released (updated on June 8)– The tech giant has announced iOS 9 this week with several news features and making SIRI even smarter than before. SIRI would now be even smarter to listen to your command and follow it. Among…
  • Will it be iPhone 7 OR iPhone 6S OR iPhone 6S Plus?

    Admin
    2 Jun 2015 | 1:18 am
    This question remains unanswered whether the new generation iPhone will be called all new iPhone 7 changing the number from 6 to 7 or it will be joining its “6” series siblings and be named as iPhone 6S. It has been noticed that the Cupertino based tech giant releases its “S” model of same generation afterwards rather than launching all new generation (number). If I go by the same and assuming that Apple will continue with same trend, the new iPhone could be named as iPhone 6S instead of iPhone 7. However, last time techie amazed the world with all new nomenclature…
  • Built-in Projector in iPhone 7 can attract executives and people in business

    Admin
    14 Jan 2015 | 5:55 am
    Every year before the launch of a new iPhone model there seems a great buzz in the tech-world. Such massive are the predictions and hope, which surfaces due to some of the rumors and some realistic changes. Now changes and upgrading, bringing in new technology and testing the devices by taking the risk is something that Apple has never been shy of. Apple around a decade back started its work on the project, back in time when no one could have ever imagined a touch screen phone but Apple provided that, now when you hear about the projector aspects, in today’s world everything is possible and…
  • Tech Giant to use Sapphire Glass for iPhone 7 instead of Gorilla Glass

    Admin
    13 Jan 2015 | 3:58 pm
    It was just last year that iPhone 6 was launched in September and like it’s previous version, it went on to smash records as well, along with the iPhone 6 plus. Although many of the users were scared by the design, the size and the other factors. With all such similar anticipations, iPhone 7 is all set to dominate the market in 2015. Before the launch of iPhone 6 and 6 plus, it was predicted that they may come with Sapphire Glass but it couldn’t happened despite of the fact that Apple order bulk quantity of Sapphire glasses prior to launch of these two mega smartphones. The sapphire glass…
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  • Bitmoji app download for iPhone/iPad & Android APK

    admin
    28 Jun 2015 | 12:36 pm
    Don’t you like the emojis available in the web or apps? Are you feeling bore with old emojis and want to personalize your own emoji? Bitmoji lets you to create own emoji right from your keyboard. The key features of Bitmoji app is we can create an expressive cartoon avatar, customize with an existing moods and stickers in the library. Then we can use this for any social media apps like WhatsApp, Facebook, iMessage and more. I’ll give complete instruction how we can gonna made Emojis with Bitmoji. Before going to that, why people are crazy about emojis these day’s?Huh!
  • Jugnoo App Download For Android & iPhone/iPad

    admin
    27 Jun 2015 | 7:08 am
    These are the day’s people are crazy to travel with an Auto for local travelling purpose. It would be easy if can find Autos with smartphone app or web. Are you struggling to get an Auto? We are here to show and help you with the latest and easy application where you gonna get Autos using the mobile application. That is Jugnoo Autos – autos on demand. Jugnoo app helps you to get rid of it. From now, there is no more haggling with auto drivers! You can transform the way you travel. You just call auto with tap a button and then get an information about your driver within a minute then…
  • MediaTap: Best Video Downloader For Android (APK) Free

    admin
    25 Jun 2015 | 3:25 am
    Hey chum, if you are searching for a powerful media files downloader then you are at the nifty place. We need a best downloader to get files to our device. These files should be downloadable at any time, we can able to watch them anytime, listen to them anytime anywhere. Mediatap video downloader is an application, which fulfills our all these requirements. We no need to worry about internet connection with this application. Mediatap apk enables us to download any type of files like videos, music, eBooks and photos to our android device. Once required file is downloaded our job is done with…
  • XMTV Player APK: Free Download for Android

    admin
    18 Jun 2015 | 1:54 am
    If you are searching for an app that enables you to watch videos and movies online or offline in a great way on your android device, then you are at the groovy place. Here I wrote an article about XMTV player. XMTV player became popular on internet because of its great usage. Now so many movie lovers using XMTV player apk to watch video streams online or offline seamless. XMTV player will become favorite app for users. Trending Funny Dubbers App: Dubsmash Android: Download APK For Free XMTV player apk enables user to watch free multimedia and streams on android devices. We can play live and…
  • TexMoji App download for iPhone/iPad – Tex in Texting

    admin
    17 Jun 2015 | 8:34 am
    Hello amigos, These are the days people are very crazy about Texting, So people are communicate online via character-based text. Texting involves not only letters, numbers and punctuation marks anymore. Have a look around on any social network or text messages to see how many cool smiley faces, animals, fashion, hearts and more you can spot. TextMoji is your choice to get extraordinary Texas, love of Tex-Mess. With TexMoji we can put tex in the texting, gives you access to plain text and emoticons, Send & Receive TexMoji directly inside your iMessage app and your big & beautiful…
 
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  • Huawei Honor 7 Review, Specification & Price

    Rahul Thakur
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:32 am
    Huawei Honor 7 a new flagship from Huawei with a powerful camera. Many of smartphone company like Xiaomi, Lenovo, Ginoee, InFocus etc. already   Launched its smartphone in the market. But Huawei is the kowon for its best network connecting devices such as modem and Net shutters. And also Huawei has a greatful sucess in the smartphone world. After the sucsseful markting of Huawei’s previous flagship named Honer 6. Now they thier launch a new one named Huawei Honor 7 in India. If we talking about the UI of the Honer 7. its have very cool beautiful and powerful uesr interface. Honor 7…
  • Facebook Lite Run So Far On 2G Network

    Rahul Thakur
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:13 am
    Facebook Lite App for those who are not applicable to pay the data cost of 3G networks. Facebook Launch its new app which size is only 252 KB. normally Facebook is not run good on slow network . Now we not need worry about the speed of the network because Facebook lite is really very lite app now available for android. it is run on mostly all smartphone which is runs on the android. In India very high specification smartphone is available in less prices. Those have very fast processor, good camera,and a massive storage capacity. But if are talking about the Data plans of the India’s…
  • Now You Can Increase Storage From Sandisk’s Large microSD Card

    Prajjwal Rajput
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:10 am
    Sandisk’s new mammoth microSD card which is 200 GB and have a speed of 90 MB per sec and 1000 images per minute. This card break the allcard storage and crossed the limit of portable storage such as USB flash drives and old microSD card. The smartphone, camera or any device which has the ability to expand up to 200 GB storage and is claimed the fastest speed of data transfer through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. This card will specially very usable for photographers and those people whose working on films industries or any kind of purpose to transfer the data one device to another. The features…
  • Apple Watch Review, Price, Specifications You Should Know

    Prajjwal Rajput
    28 Jun 2015 | 11:38 am
    Now Apple was proved again that “it can” because Apple was launch a bold device, the Apple Watch. Once again Apple can make a new niche device in which going to popular in the Tech and Gadgets world. This watch is compatible with only Apple’s handset smartphones, such as iPhone 4 and other higher version of iPhone series smartphones. This watch is available in 38 flavors, with the different colors, sizes and case materials. This watch will helps you to notify from your mail, messengers and every iPhone notifications directly to your hands. The Apple Watch is also known as…
  • OnePlus Decide the Launch Date of OnePlus 2

    Rahul Thakur
    27 Jun 2015 | 6:23 pm
    OnePlus is the new manufacturer comes in smartphone world in 2015, Its first mobile cannot be disappointed to users, due to its high-end specifications and cheapest price. First time OnePlus has launched his first android smartphone which is OnePlus 1, this smartphone comes with high specification which are expected to big brands. OnePlus has finally announced the new OnePlus 2 release date, this is not release on next year, it has going to release on July 27th which was earlier to be April. During the launching OnePlus decided to launching the OnePlus 2 in a different style. The live…
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