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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What happens at the Startup Village in SXSW? Which panels? A complete list of spotlight startups that already launched and are available.
The emergence of HTML5 as a potential alternative to platform-specific code generated debate about whether or not HTML5 could possibly step up to replace native apps. Could it really happen?
It is the time of year where we start fresh! New resolutions, new ideas, new business plans to execute. And speaking of new ideas; now is the time of year where we get a lot of inquiries from mobile entrepreneurs about their app ideas. Learn how a market feasibility study can help!
Every aspiring mobile entrepreneur wants to create the next Angry Birds, Farmville or Draw Something. The formula for success seems relatively simple, right? Come up with a killer idea, find a mobile application developer, get rich. Not quite…
With a whole slew of speedy, sparkly Android devices, iPad mini, iPhone 5 and Microsoft Surface on wish lists across the globe, we are anticipating some major fluctuations in iOS and Android OS version distribution in 2013. Is it time to start supporting Jelly Bean, or is Gingerbread here to stay? Here are my predictions of what the New Year has in store for the mobile app marketplace.
This article takes a closer look at this week’s technological innovations for the week ending 11/16/12. Topics include the first smartphone, the iPad mini, and our ears generating energy.
Technological innovation over the last 20 years has been overwhelmingly beneficial to individuals with special needs, but the advent of mobile technology has exponentially increased accessibility to tools for children and adults with disabilities.