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Flipboard: A favorite app of 2011

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

Flipboard

I had it in my head today to do a year end roundup piece on the best apps of 2011, using as its basis a consensus of opinions from various Internet tech sites. What I found was that there is no such consensus. However, the one app that turned up

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Sphero the robotic ball finally ships

Posted by bryanh on Dec 19, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

Sphero

There has been plenty of buzz over the last year about Sphero by Orbotix. Demand has been so high for the smartphone-controlled robotic cue-ball that the company will not be able to fill all of its pre-orders by the end of the year. But the first units shipped Monday, Dec.

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Toy maker creates gaming apps with hands-on elements

Posted by bryanh on Dec 15, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

Gaming apps, for the most part, have one interface – taps on a touchscreen. Now, toy developer WowWee is creating apps with physical toys that plug in or attach to smartphones. The new Appcessories WowWee’s new Appcessories include both an app element and an “in real life” element. The games

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Bite-sized mobile apps being used most often

Posted by bryanh on Nov 7, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

Mobile app usage

Mobile devices are becoming a huge part of everyday life. All this time on mobile devices means more time for apps to be found and used. When and where apps are used Source: Mobile Movement Study by Google and Ipsos Phones come out everywhere One of the most surprising realizations

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Yahoo stakes its future on new ad-rich apps

Posted by bryanh on Nov 4, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

Yahoo

Speculation about Yahoo has been rife, especially since the latest CEO was dumped. Yahoo has since developed and announced several new apps that the company appears to be staking its future on. IntroNow TV The IntroNow TV app is one of the latest apps that hopes to appeal to the

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Federal government asks for app programming suggestions

Posted by bryanh on Aug 18, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

Government

The U.S. government is a lot more with it than many people realize. There are more than 50 free apps programmed by the federal government available for download and use, currently. The government, though, is soliciting suggestions for what direction its app programming should take from this point forward. Currently

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