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Why You Need High Quality Apps to Stay Relevant
Small businesses investing in mobile need to make sure their apps make it into the magic two-dozen or so apps that customers use regularly.
The 10 Best Apps to Pack for Business Travel
What good things await you in the cloud(s) while you're flying to that next business meeting?
Facebook (Barely) Updates Its Logo for the First Time in 10 Years
You probably didn't even notice.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
How This Ex-Googler Is Reinventing the Way Security Cameras Work
Carter Maslan's app Camio only gives you the footage you might actually use.
The Beginner's Guide to Building and Launching an App
Even if you aren't a coder or a developer, there are ways to get your idea off the ground and out into the world.
15 Tips for Succeeding as an Independent App Developer
The competition at the app store is ferocious. Put that out of your mind and get busy.
This Startup Is Building a Tinder for Athletes
Sportsbuddy helps users find partners for soccer, tennis and other sports and allows them to coordinate group sporting events.
Your 8-Year-Old Can Hail a Ride Uber-Style With This App
San Francisco-based ridesharing company Shuddle today announced a new app that allows kids to order their own rides.
Rebranding? Don't Forget Your Mobile Strategy
Mobile is no longer a by-product of the overall digital master plan and needs to be part of all rebranding strategies.
5 Questions to Ask Before Developing a Mobile App
If you're considering starting a mobile app for your business, make sure you do it right. This guide can help.
It's Nice Somebody Installed Your App But Is Anybody Using It?
Marketers need a plan for engaging customers who install apps and forget about them.
Here's Why Mobile Users Are Leaving Your App and What to Do About It (Infographic)
People have a need for speed from their mobile apps. Here's how you can keep up.
5 Things to Know When Developing an App for Millennials
Digital natives are the most desirable and most challenging market for developers.
Uber Has a Mobile Game to Stop Drivers Getting Lost
It's a creative solution to a common problem.
Business Lesson from the Success of the 'Fast and Furious' Franchise
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