Monthly Archives: July 2011

Google’s New Search Experience for Tablets: Just Hot Air?

Last month Google unleashed a revamped design for mobile search on smartphones. This time the spotlight is on tablets. If you own an iPad or Galaxy Tab 1.0 (pretty much any tablet besides the Playbook by Blackberry), you can enjoy … Continue reading

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This Week in Infographics

Here’s a spattering of cool infographics we stumbled upon this week about web-related topics. Maybe you’ve already spotted one or two on your Twitter feeds, or floating in your Google+ streams…if you have Circles of tech-nerds. Share these visually appealing … Continue reading

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Mobile Tech So Easy Your Grandma Can Use It

Older generations are the ones left behind when it comes to new technology. But, keeping in-line with today’s slew of consumer products designed for simplicity and usability, there’s a whole batch of apps, products and services catered especially to the … Continue reading

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Adding Media to Mobile Sites without Loosing Speed

If you already have a snazzy desktop website up and running, creating a mobile counterpart — for less powerful processing and slower connections — can seem overwhelming. Especially when it comes to media: images, video, and music. All the bells … Continue reading

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7 Stellar Apps for Mobile Web Developers

Skilled creative types know the value of a fine instrument, and mobile web developers fall squarely into that category. When it comes to the swiftly expanding world of web-design apps, however, knowing what tools are available — and which are … Continue reading

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Maps on Mobile Used 39% More than Last Year

People are accessing web-based maps 39% more frequently via mobile than at this time last year. The trend coincides with a slight decrease in desktop map-usage. This data is according to digital marketing intelligence firm, comScore. It’s not the most … Continue reading

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Israeli Tech Exec Puts QR Code on Tombstone

Figuring out what to write on a loved one’s tombstone can be hard. What if you could put a link instead? Yoav Medan did just this. By placing a QR code on his mother’s tombstone, the medical technology executive created … Continue reading

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10 Must-Have Small Business Apps

Running a small business is a big challenge. Chances are you spend too much time on managing logistics and too little time focusing on marketing and developing your business.  In order to stay on top in the competitive world of … Continue reading

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Mobile Payments are the New Credit Card [Infographic]

Forget your wallet at home? You might start doing it on purpose; our smartphones will replace the need for credit cards and cash. Not “buying” it? This infographic by market research firm G+ walks us through the bright future of … Continue reading

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Android Wins for Popularity but iPhone is Growing Faster

Some interesting data on smartphone usage in the good ole’ United States of America: 38% of mobile consumers own smartphones 38% of smartphone owners own Android devices (I know, freaky coincidence) 55% of people who purchased a new cell phone … Continue reading

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