Okay, so Vic Gundotra, who led Google+, has left the company. And yes, plenty of sources, like TechCrunch, have reported that the G+ employees have migrated to other teams, which suggests a major shift or complete shutdown. But here are four reasons why you shouldn’t count G+ out yet. Reason #1: Google+ Is Not Facebook, […]
There’s a lot of news surrounding Spotify this week – and rightly so. But I’m not here to talk about the online music service’s new apps. I’m here to talk about why I love Spotify. And, yes, why I’ve loved Spotify since it debuted in the US. That’s right – I’ve been a believer since the beginning, so yeah, I’m biased, and I guess in that regard sort of like a “I was a fan before it was popular” Twilight kid. Guilty as charged.
Forgive me, but I’m feeling a little fired up! After some research on the product I have come to the conclusion the little 7-inch device is smokin’ hot! Not to mention its awesome price tag, which is a good 50% cheaper than the Playbook and the $300 cheaper than the iPad?
I applaud Google’s innovation, but they seem do be doing their best to remove any need for independent thought in their users.
To steal the line from Justin Timber Lake playing Sean Parker in “The Social Network “, “A millions dollars is cool, but you know what’s even cooler? A billion.” I would say, “A Wi-Fi internet connection is cool, but you know what’s even cooler? Mobile internet.”
I joined because I had to. As a developer, Facebook requires that an individual person represent their apps.
The simplicity of the Boat Load app microsite.
We are in the throes of a significant transformation in how we access the online world. It’s changing the way consumers shop and the way professionals conduct business.
One of the best things about being a web developer is discovering new online apps that make my job that much easier. It seems like just about every week there’s a new app I never knew I couldn’t live without. Today, I’m sharing five of my most frequently used bookmarks.
If you like Bing’s integration of Foursquare, you’re going to love Kickball. This iPhone app integrates maps into the Foursquare experience.
Today’s Headlines: Rush Is On to Be First in iPad Apps, Why Gowalla Will Beat Four Square In The Location Sharing War, and Twitter Working On Search Project
Today’s Headlines: Facebook Traffic Tops Google For The Week, Mobile App Market to Surge to $17.5 Billion, and Facebook One Step Closer To Real Social Search?