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Angry Birds Space set to launch March 22

Posted by bryanh on Mar 8, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

The “Angry Birds” splash screen in Russian.

You have head of “Angry Birds” if you’ve ever been near someone with a smartphone. However, everything you know about “Angry Birds” is about to be launched into space, reports TechCrunch. On March 22, developer Rovio will release “Angry Birds Space,” what the company is calling its biggest launch to

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Twitter goes forward with Promoted Products for mobile

Posted by bryanh on Mar 1, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

Artist's rendition of the Twitter logo.

Tuesday, Twitter announced an update that will have an impact on its mobile apps for both iPhone and Android. TechCrunch reports that Twitter will introduce additional “Promoted Products” to its mobile platform, broken into two categories: Promoted Accounts and Promoted Tweets. While these features have been available on the web

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How to use wireframing for better mobile app design

Posted by bryanh on Feb 24, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

Flowchart plan for a mobile app, part of the pre-planning process.

Developing a good mobile app takes time and patience, whether you’re talking iOS, Android or any other platform. Coding and UI design are both important, but a developer shouldn’t discount the planning phase. If an app’s functionality can be envisioned, it can be made real. That’s why wireframing a mobile

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Voxer walkie-talkie app makes big noise for iOS, Android

Posted by bryanh on Feb 24, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

Vintage U.S. Army photo of a soldier using a walkie-talkie device.

Do you find Twitter to be an inefficient means of communication? Do you wish that rather than navigating hashtags and retweeting, you could make a real connection with that special person in your contact list? The makers of the walkie-talkie app Voxer may just have the killer app for you.

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Mobile ad impressions explode in 2011

Posted by bryanh on Jan 17, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

Collage example of online banner ads.

Mobile advertising grew by leaps and bounds in 2011, notes TechCrunch. An independent survey by mobile ad network company InMobi called the Mobile Market 2011 Review has been released, and InMobi’s findings indicate that the amount of global mobile advertising was nearly five times what it was in 2010. Online

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LG latest Android user to license patents from Microsoft

Posted by bryanh on Jan 12, 2012, Categories: Mobile News


LG Electronics has become the most recent Android vendor to license Microsoft patents in order to avoid potential future lawsuits. Ten other device manufacturers have previously signed agreements to leverage Google’s platform. Microsoft made the announcement in a press release Thursday. Patent licensing agreement The patent licensing agreement covers LG’s

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Hackers increasingly targeting mobile devices

Posted by bryanh on Jan 4, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

Anonymous hacker

Mobile devices fit many people’s fast-paced lifestyles. Having the Internet at our fingertips and in our pockets seems almost a necessity today as we navigate the increasingly technological intricacies of our daily lives. For a growing many, mobile devices have replaced laptops and PCs altogether, leaving iPhones, Android phones and

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Windows Phone

When it comes to smartphones, marketplace support can make or break the device. Windows Phone devices are far from the most popular devices on the market, but the Windows Phone Marketplace has just hit a big milestone in app statistics. Windows Marketplace hits 50,000 About 14 months after launch, the

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Swype and Dragon combine with Siri-like aplomb

Posted by bryanh on Dec 27, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

A man using Swype on an Android phone.

Think that iPhone 4S users have all the fun, what with Siri answering all the big questions about where to find gas stations, what time movies start and what the true meaning of life may be? That kind of information power won’t be exclusive to the iOS platform much longer,

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Different platforms, different revenue streams

Posted by bryanh on Dec 20, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

For developers, the decision of which platform to program and release an app for can make all the difference. Reports on the performance of apps in November show that iPhone buyers are more willing to pay for apps, while Android users bring in more “freemium” income. Basic app monetization strategies

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