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Inspiring Your Team
The negatives of offshoring mobile-app engineering outweigh the positives, at least in the beginning of the process.
Passwords are simply no longer protecting tech users. They now need something much more powerful.
Dartboard, AreYouIn and Rounds are getting everyone talking.
The desktop marketers who embrace mobile-marketing strategies will reap rewards
Peeple allows people to review others online.
His startup aims to curate and filter posts so that people with large followings across various networks can better engage with fans.
Zynga, once one of Silicon Valley's fastest-growing companies, suffered a dramatic reversal of fortunes in 2012 as gamers switched from Facebook-based games to those on mobile devices.
The messaging app's reasoning for the change is that since its debut in early 2009, the mobile landscape has greatly changed.
Apps are as effective as their reach: no matter the quality of your product, it's the delivery that makes it successful.
These three new disruptive apps just might be the new future for the business user.
Make More Happen
Take notes on Evernote. Grab a ride with Uber. Find the closest WiFi. Need something more? There's an app for that.
With the cost per install consistently growing each year, app publishers must get creative with their marketing efforts.
The influx of capital will be used, in part, to expand the company's mobile offerings.