Apparently, native apps have won. We even said so right here on ReadWrite. After all, Facebook apparently likes native more.
In June 2007, Apple launched the first iPhone, marking a new era in corporate mobility. Before the fashionable mini-computer, people used smartphones for voice, texting and email. With the iPhone and its remarkable touchscreen users could also be entertained with music, video and games. Corporate executives became so attached to their hip de [...]
Google Glass is coming. Sure, the early adopters will be viewed as weirdos and the idea of a tiny head-mounted camera raises all kinds of creepy privacy questions, but Glass is cool.
You can be forgiven for writing off Microsoft’s mobile future. Given that Apple’s operating income for its iPhone and iPad devices nearly surpasses Microsoft’s total revenue, or that Google’s Android market share makes Windows Mobile’s share look like a rounding error, it’s easy to disregard Microsoft̵ [...]
Guest author Chris O’Connor is chief executive of mobile solutions provider Taptera. The booming mobile applications market is a hot topic right now at many a water cooler in Silicon Valley and beyond. I’ve toiled in the mobile market since 2007 and in those
Apple’s stock is taking a beating as analysts and investors are waking up to the very real likelihood that market share matters, and Google’s Android is dominating mobile market share with its one-two punch of zero license fees and open source flexibility.
“The mobile app industry is growing fast, but it is still in the early stages of development, with practitioners who are not all alert to privacy implications and how to address them. To help educate the industry and promote privacy best practices, the Attorney General’s Privacy Enforcement and Protection Unit has prepared