Posts tagged social
While much of the discussion around HTML5 and its ability to deliver compelling mobile applications centers on client-side performance, a potentially bigger problem resides on the network.
The bar was empty as I waited. Outside it was snowing and dark, another typical evening of what seemed like of what was an endless blanket of snow. Or, as we call it, February in Boston.
If I can recommend a great local restaurant, leave a review for future patrons, alert my followers on Twitter, update my Facebook friends on my great new find – all in a few seconds – using only Yelp and my iPhone, why can’t I similarly promote those businesses whose values I support? Why is it so easy to tell thousands of [...]
Facebook has big plans for something involving Android on April 4, according to an invitation to a press conference that the social giant sent on Thursday evening.
We all have our favorite apps. You know, the ones you instinctively tap open first thing in the morning, long before your first sip of coffee. The ones you return to throughout the day, whether to guide you around town, put you in touch with people or mindlessly entertain you.
Crashlytics, the Boston-based crash reporting solution for iOS apps is moving on up – from independent startup to the newest wrench in Twitter’s tool box. The announcement was made Monday on Crashlytic’s blog and quickly circulated the Web.
Disclosure: I used to work with Yahoo in my two years as an editor for the website Tecca. While I was never on Yahoo’s payroll, our companies had a close content partnership and some leadership overlap. (It’s complicated.) Yahoo is a strange, many-headed beast. Not often commended for its corporate vision, cohesive net of product [...]