Time is money, they say. Now the Israel-based Todacell firm is introducing “Todaself,” a self-service mobile-ad platform that lets app developers and advertisers launch ad campaigns in a matter of minutes. According to a post at Venture Beat, “(Users) can also continuously monitor them and optimize the ads for audience and geography.” It’s a crowded […]
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook is “deeply offended” by allegations in a new BBC documentary regarding Apple’s handling of workers at its Chinese suppliers, The Telegraph reports. In a BBC investigative report which aired last night, BBC’s Panorama...Show More Summary
2014 marked a year where the best games were those that experimented with new ways to play, both from a mechanical and a narrative viewpoint....
The following is a guest contributed post from Kyle Henderson, Founder of YouEye. Market research has been an important component of business since the first merchant defined the first target customer. Over the years, the methods have evolved, but at its core, market research has always been about identifying market opportunities and customer preferences. This […]
"I have had a number of influences on deciding these including learning from my peers, working on a variety of personal and professional projects, and reading a variety of blog posts."...
The holiday season is upon us, and Australian developers Halfbrick have decided to make their complete iOS catalogue free for a limited time to celebrate. Listed below are the games on sale, listed the only way games should at this time...Show More Summary
Apple is not happy about the recent report from the BBC alleging worker mistreatment at factories assembling Apple's devices. The report alleged, for instance, that workers fell asleep during their long shifts on iPhone 6 production lines, or were made to work several days in a row without a day off. Show More Summary
Despite falling smartphone sales and lower revenues on services, BlackBerry eked out a $0.01 per share profit it its most recent fiscal quarter. It also managed to put more money in the…
Do you have difficulties parking your vehicle while out and about? If so, Top Gear: Extreme Parking is now available to help out by taking the task of parking and throwing in some ridiculous vehicles, precision skill development and some strange obstacle courses. Show More Summary
You’ll be reading a lot of stories about the “hottest trends for 2015.” Let us join the chorus. Our take? Big data is going to top the trends ticker. Big data — the term the information technology world uses to describe all the delicious details that can be gleaned from the web — is going […]
Native advertising automation company Sharethrough is talking up its support for Native Cards, a new standard for publishers and brand advertisers to “enable the most immersive advertising experiences. ” “Native Cards provide an entirely new way for brands to offer information, stories and visuals in a digestible format,” says Rob Fan, the CTO of Sharethrough. […]
Three months ago we published our iPhone 6 review and iPhone 6 Plus review, diving deep into Apple's big and bigger new phones. We took our time and tested everything from the new screens to the new cameras to the new chipsets. But now...Show More Summary
Do you have difficulties parking your vehicle while out and about? If so, Top Gear: Extreme Parking is now available on iPhone and iPad to help out by taking the task of parking and throwing in some ridiculous vehicles, precision skill development and some strange obstacle courses. Show More Summary
A new report from research firm Berg Insight indicates that the market for wearables is just heating up. Shipments of connected wearables reached 19.0 million this year, the firm says, which is up from 5.9 million devices in 2013. Growing at a compound annual growth rate of 54.7 percent, total shipments of smartwatches, smart glasses, […]
With Las Vegas thriving as the ultimate digital town in the modern world, a tip from our sister site mGamingWatch reveals that more bitcoin ATMs are on the way. After Coin Cloud’s July launch of the Las Vegas Strip’s first bitcoin ATM, we’re told a second has now gone live inside of Gold Spike. Coin […]
BlackBerry today said it has closed its acquisition of Secusmart, a security company based in Germany. Secusmart specializes in voice and data encryption. BlackBerry plans to use Secusmart's technology to further shore up its own enterprise and government offerings. Show More Summary
Case-Mat has always made a lot of great cases, but Barely There has always been my favorite. That's because I have a strong aversion to cases. So, the idea of a case that's really barely there holds a lot of appeal. However, the iPhone...Show More Summary
Samsung plans to shutter its ChatON messaging application early next year. The service will go dark in international markets on Feb. 1, and will wind down in the U.S. by the end of March. ChatON is an over-the-top messaging service similar to WhatsApp and others. Show More Summary
If you want to buy a car that gets all of its entertainment, navigation and other data directly from Google, you may have your wish in the next year or two. Citing…
Sony is at it again with a new video teaser, this time opting to include numerous references to the number five and lollipops. While this could suggest Sony is looking to announce Lollipop for its consumers, the company has previously spoken about Android updates, but we could also be looking at a quick peek into Sony at CES 2015.