You’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve already read this article. Truthfully, you pretty much already have. The software is the same (App Inventor), the milestone is the same (public availability), even the development status is the same (beta). So, what praytell is new then? Well, the Android apps creation
Nokia has already managed to come back from the grave with its brilliant mix of low-cost design, user-friendly ergonomics, and exclusive software in its Windows Phone Lumia line. The problem with coming out of the gate that strongly, though, is trying to keep the momentum going. There’s nothing
Connotate, which aims to help companies collect data and content from the Web and transform this unstructured data into actionable enterprise intelligence, has acquired fellow competitor Fetch Technologies. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Fetch Technologies helps companies access massive
Just signed up for your first 5K? Feeling proud of that sprint you took around the block? For that matter, are you proud of your running ability at a…
There are two reasons that a merchant thinks offering incredible deal on a site like Groupon will be worth the potential loss on such an offer – one is that a large portion of users will never actually redeem the purchased deal, thus lessening the blow of the lost profit from those who do redeem.
The ability to save Xbox 360 game saves to the cloud is pretty cool. It means you can create virtual backups of all your save files, open them on another player’s system, and never lose your progress if you had to replace your Xbox 360. Unfortunately, cloud stuff always has hiccups, and that’s
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Face it, Google already knows you better than your friends or family, so why not cuddle up next to the giant and let it make your life a touch easier to manage? Today, the folks in Mountain View announced that recent search history is now accessible from Google’s mobile homepage for Android and iOS,
The game Minecraft is many things – it’s innovative, it’s vast, it’s open-ended, it’s creative, it’s unique, and so on and so on. But one thing that it is not is a great multiplayer game. At least not for people playing on the same screen. Apparently the Xbox 360 version
For the third and final installment of my interview series with the people who make Google Search, I spoke with Johanna Wright, who leads the search project management team. She has worked on search at Google for over six years, leading the Universal Search and Google Instant projects.
In the first