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iPhone Apps Must Support 4-inch Retina Display Starting May 1

iPhone Apps Must Support 4-inch Retina Display Starting May 1

Last week, the Apple Developer blog made a short announcement about a forced move to 4-inch optimized apps. Starting on May 1st, Apple will require that all apps submitted to the store support the retina display for the iPhone 5.

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This Week in Technology for January 13, 2013

This Week in Technology for January 13, 2013

This Week in Technology for January 13th, 2013 takes a closer look at Google’s infatuation with the iPhone, Facebook charging $100 to message its CEO, and the top toys and gadgets we got to play with at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.

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Tips for Designing a Mobile App: UI Controls

Tips for Designing a Mobile App: UI Controls

Learn the different types of user interface (UI) controls in mobile app design and development.

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Girl Scouts to Accept Credit Cards for Cookies

Girl Scouts to Accept Credit Cards for Cookies

How the troop’s tech upgrades are bringing the organization into the digital era and the ways you should follow suit.

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Is it too late to make money from mobile apps?

Is it too late to make money from mobile apps?

Amadeus Consulting discusses the app market and the future of mobile application development. Learn how it is possible to make money by developing your own custom mobile application.

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Einstein Mobile App Development

What Makes a Smartphone, Smart?

Amadeus Consulting’s mobile application development team discusses something that often is not addressed: What makes a smartphone ‘smart’? Learn more about a brief history of the smartphone market and what qualifies as ‘smart’.

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iPad 2 and iOS 4.3 may impact mobile app development

What’s New in App Development: iPad 2 and iOS 4.3

What does iOS 4.3 and the iPad 2 mean for mobile app development? Read about how advancements with iPad 2 can have an impact on development.

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My Four Kids: Blackberry, iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7

My Four Kids: Blackberry, iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7

Our mobile application developers discuss the differences between app development on the iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone 7. Read more.

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How to Create Surprising Technology

How to Create Surprising Technology

It’s common to hear people talking about how technology is taking over the world, and a somewhat apprehensive attitude of technology ensues. What our team sees more often than not is technology interacting with the world in truly surprising, natural, helpful and effective ways.

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Keys to a Successful Mobile App

Keys to a Successful Mobile App

Designing a new application can be difficult because there is always the balance between providing the right amount content without overdoing it. There are some key factors for success that are frequently overlooked in custom applications.