Check out the latest haps in the mobile apps space.
The simplicity of the Boat Load app microsite.
There are two interesting Internet trends right now that I am excited about seeing continue—touch and keeping in touch.
Android market share has risen sharply this year at Apple’s iOS operating system’s expense. By cozying up to developers, the company is hoping to build loyalty for their platform and curtail competitor momentum.
Samsung recently shed some light on their much anticipated iPad rival, the Galaxy Tab. The new toy has many of the same features as the iPad, but with a few advantages.
Maybe that’s why when you type in the words “switch to”, Google suggests “A Mac”.
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.
With mobile web access becoming more commonplace due to the widespread adoption of iPhone and Android-based smartphones, we are rapidly reaching a point where people can reasonably expect to be able to be connected to the internet at all times.
Just this week, Facebook announced that all of their privacy controls are now available “from any browser-enabled mobile device”.
Once jailbroken, iPhone users are able to download and install many extensions, applications and themes, otherwise unavailable through the App Store, using installers such as Cydia.
The rules of engagement are changing. In a few years most people will have a powerful computer in their pocket that knows everything they like and how to help them get it.
Apple’s rival smartphone manufacturer, HTC, has decided to take advantage of the flood of search traffic related to iPhone 4G problems by placing PPC ads in Google.