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Tag Archives: tablets
You don’t need an app, you need a responsive website
OK, so apps are great but does your company really need one? Couldn’t a responsive web designed be easier to build and maintain for your brand?
Smartphones & tablets aren’t “cannibalising” TV news, according to the BBC #infographic
Smartphones, tablets, and laptops are not having a “cannibalising effect” on TV news consumption, according to a survey conducted by the BBC.
Going native: A closer look at advertising’s new buzzword
“Native advertising” is the advertising industry’s latest buzzword but is just a passing fad or the industry adjusting to advances in participatory media?
Own a smartphone or tablet? Then you’ll have to pay the TV license fee in Sweden
As other EU countries look on, smartphone and tablet users in Sweden, who don’t own a TV, will have to pay the country’s national TV license from today
No going back as China overtakes America as the world’s largest smartphone market
China has overtaken America as the largest single market for smartphones and tablets, according to information released by the app analytics firm Flurry
Adblock Plus Android app – a strong start that falls victim to Android fragmentation
Adblock Plus has released their browser addon as an app for Android devices. It’s not perfect but we need such apps to control our smartphone & tablet apps
Not all companies are comfortable using the cloud for business, employees on the other hand…
Employees, and not IT departments, are driving the adoption of cloud technologies, according to a survey by Citrix.
What to do with your old smartphone
Just because you’ve gotten a new smartphone that doesn’t mean that you’ve to give up on the old one – here’s some things you can do with your old devices.
Hotspot Shield celebrates a year protecting iOS devices with impressive stats & free access
A year after launching on iOS Hotspot Shield is giving away $1 million in premium accounts to new users as it reveals some impressive stats.
So, Google’s Play Store confused its own Nexus 10 with Apple’s iPad
Oops, looks like Google got confused between its own Nexus 10 and Apple’s iPad on its own Play Store.
483 Versions. The truth about how awesome products are made
Bronson Taylor is the co-founder of Iconify, the portfolio app creation service, which just left private beta. He tells us how his start-up got to this stage and where it is going from here.
Using your smartphone & apps for work? You could be a threat to data security
More employees are using their personal mobile devices and apps to manage work data but are they a threat to company data privacy and compliance? Many employers seem to think so.
Do employees’ smartphones & tablets threaten company data? #Interview
We interview Anchor Free’s David Gorodyansky about modern myths of mobile security and how companies can protect their data on employees devices.
Google search results reveal our new obsession for the London 2012 Olympic Games
Google search results for the London 2012 Olympic Games reveal we have a new Olympic obsession – the medal table.
Tablets are turning us into consumers, not creators
Tablet makers want us to consume more than we create. In a recession hit economy, when budgets are tight, this undermines the creative potential that desktops provide.