iCloud – Tech Review

Perhaps even a ten-year avid Apple user may still find it pretty inconvenient to sync all five devices. True to the cliché that necessity creates demand, Apple is launching the iCloud this fall. What is iCloud? It is one of the latest apps integrated in the new Apple operating system iOS 5. It automatically syncs all data, […]

When Ed-Tech Start-ups Fail

This is a guest post by Audrey Watters, an education-journalist who writes for KQED MindShift, Edutopia, and O’Reilly Radar. You can also find her work on her own blogHack Education.   I received the email from Knack for Teachers on Wednesday that the classroom data tracking and visualization tool would be shutting down. There’s also […]

Movie studios drive 63 percent of mobile entertainment spending

Entertainment companies led all sectors in terms of mobile advertising spending in the recently completed second quarter, according to Millennial Media. Diving into those numbers, movie studios accounted for almost two-thirds – 63 percent – of the spending all by themselves, driven mainly by big mobile ad campaigns for Hollywood’s big summer movies.   Spending is […]

The App Instructor for iOS

Lizbeth Publishing today is pleased to announce The App Instructor 2.0 for iOS, their Businessapp that provides an interactive, illustrated, step-by-step tutorial that shows users different options for creatingiPhone and iPad apps. Designed especially for creative men and women who may have the next big idea for the App Store, but lack the skills to create and market it, the app includes: candid […]

YooMote for iPhone – New, YouTube Management and Large-Screen Remote

Announcing that WonderBit Labs, the developers of YooMote, has released a unique and exciting product for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. A new launch, YooMote offers users a taste of YouTube on steroids. The beautiful interface makes it easy for users to manage their YouTube accounts from anywhere, and also allows them to navigate YouTube content on a TV or monitor with YooMote acting as a remote control. Everything […]

Can Mobile Game Subscription Service Encourage Developers?

An increasing number of mobile game developers are finding it hard to compete with the already established brands and popular apps. Due to the success of smartphones like the apple iPhone, many video game developers now have started or completed at least one iPhone Game Development project. But this has also resulted in the overcrowding […]

DCI seeks to expand via US & Europe-based Mobile development company acquisitions

DCI declares plans to expand and acquire US / Europe-based Mobile applications development companies in 2010. This move is expected to increase DCI’s market penetration, customer base, and its industry channels. Dot Com Infoway (DCI) announced today that part of its continued growth strategy in 2010 is through the strategic acquisitions of other reputed US/Europe […]

Kobo, Swindon Book Co. Ltd. Debut Amazing New Touch Screen E-Reader In Hong Kong For HK$1,390

Kobo, a global leader in eReading with more than 4 million users worldwide, announced today that Swindon Book Co. Ltd. in Hong Kong is rolling out the revolutionary new Kobo eReader Touch Edition effective immediately. The Kobo eReader Touch Edition is an advanced touch screen eReader that is setting new standards for size, comfort and functionality, while […]

Twitter’s plan: Take a chunk of sales tweets?

Twitter’s not-so-new-anymore chief executive Dick Costolo has been charged with fully commercialising the company since he took over in October last year, but beyond tightening up on third-party services it doesn’t seem much clearer how the service will make money. So far Twitter has introduced promoted tweets (roughly comparable to Google’s sponsored search results) and […]

The 10 Best Ways to Secure Your Information

Along with the mushrooming size of the physical Internet, the ever-increasing volume of data being squeezed through it, and the wider range of information security is a growing concern. When you say “computer security”, what comes to mind most often are external threats: hackers, malware, viruses, botnets. But when you look at computer and IT trends, […]

4 Online Legal Marketing Trends Every Other Industry Knows About

Don’t you wish you had a crystal ball to peer into the future?  Some way to tell what the next few years would bring?  What would you do with that information?  Would you put money on the Super Bowl?  World Series?  Or would you take the opportunity to move ten giant steps ahead of the […]

The way to Begin Your Online Enterprise

You most likely do some online purchasing from time to time. But chances are you’ll spend hours upon hours searching for one of the best deals. There’s a solution. Some corporations have designed downloadable internet apps that enable you to get the best and lowest prices whereas shopping. All it’s a must to do is […]

Cellphones, Mobile Software Disgruntled Android developer sounds battle cry, rallies troops, demands Market tweaks from Google

A dude making a living writing Android apps — who, by all appearances, is an upstanding guy with actual quality software in the Android Market — is taking Google to task this week for what he calls “unacceptable” treatment. His beef seems to originate from the unexplained pulling of one of his titles — Rapid […]

Apple iPad 2 review

First up – the new chassis is an immediate and clear improvement; and the primary thing of note is that it is much flatter on its backside – and therefore more capable of sitting on a flat surface. It’s a minor improvement, but it makes a big difference to how comfortable the device actually feels […]

Thanks for the Open Letter to RIM Developer Relations

Hi everyone: I’m Tyler Lessard from RIM. I head up our BlackBerry Developer Relations and Developer Programs team. I wanted to take a moment to provide some updates on our PlayBook developer tools, app submission process, and address some concerns that were raised in a blog post by mobile app developer Jamie Murai. Jamie’s posting […]

Twitter Suspends UberTwitter and Twidroyd, Citing Issues ‘Affecting Many Users’

Suspended apps used by millions of people ‘changed Tweets to make money’ and ‘violated privacy rules’, says Twitter As far as Twitter suspensions go, it was relatively quick and painless. But there are plenty of unanswered questions about Twitter’s immediate suspension on Friday of the popular third-party apps, UberTwitter, UberCurrent and Twidroyd. Update: UberMedia explains […]

Twitter CEO shoots down talk of a Twitter-branded smartphone before it starts

Think Twitter’s going to follow Facebook and lend its brand to a smartphone? Think again. Twitter CEO Dick Costello said during his Mobile World Congress keynote yesterday that while he does see a need to better integrate Twitter into existing platforms for phones, he sees no need for a Twitter-branded smartphone. Costello cited the ability […]

How to Get a Job in Video Game Development

A career in the video game development industry seems like a dream job for a lot of people. However, just like any other job, you have to have the skills and the drive to pursue this career. Start your path towards a video game development career today! Everywhere you look you will find people playing […]

Five Best Personal Media Streaming Tools

Streaming video or music from services like YouTube or Pandora is great for sampling a wide variety of stuff, but sometimes all you want is media from your own collection? Here’s a look at five great solutions for streaming your personal media. Subsonic (Windows/Mac/Linux, Free) Subsonic is best know for rock-solid music streaming over the […]

DailyBooth Goes Mobile. Launches New iPhone App, Android App Soon

DailyBooth, a San Francisco-based social photo sharing service is making the much-awaited leap from the web to the mobile Internet by launching the final version of its iPhone app. The company had launched a beta version of its app earlier this year. This new enhanced version of the app replicates DailyBooth’s web features such as […]