5 Easy Ways To Get Free PR for Your Business

February 1, 2017

You have a great product or service to offer. Let’s say you’ve created a useful website, staffed your customer service phone lines with helpful professionals, perfected your brick and mortar presence, and purchased advertising in the form of print ads, web ads, or television/radio spots. Are you done singing the praises of your business for […]


Shopping cart abandonment and sales leads

February 1, 2017

If you are an e-commerce company, owner, developer, or an online marketer, then shopping cart abandonment should be a top priority. Note that only a small fraction of website visitors abandon their carts with items inside, relative to the entire traffic flow of your website. What matters is what those visitors represent: people who almost […]


Taxi Drivers Rise Against E-hail Apps

October 8, 2014

Its 5 am in the morning the trendy club by the popular sea side of Barcelona has just closed and kicked everybody out, and we have a scramble!! Everybody is screaming ,whistling and waving to hail a cab ,almost all of them are full. This cabbies know they are hot commodity right now ,and they […]


Google Glass

April 24, 2014

“OK Glass”… We are all familiar with the replacement of desktop computers by laptops as the predominant personal computing devices for consumers during the previous decade, as well as the current shift from laptops to smartphones and tablets.  New devices are entering the mobile hardware arena that will add new levels of convenience and interactivity […]

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Top Music-Related Apps

April 22, 2014

With functions ranging from storage, to streaming, to sound adjustment, to track identification capabilities, music-related applications for smart devices comprise a significant slice of the apps market.  Here’s a look at some of the best ones out there today. Songza(iOS, Android, Kindle) first prompts you to pick your current time of day,  day of the […]

Apple vs Android

Google vs. Apple in the Apps War

April 19, 2014

Other platforms may try, but Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS comprise an overwhelming majority of platform usage among smartphone and tablet apps.  Blackberry is still around (barely) and Windows Phone is gaining some ground, but the two main contenders have eclipsed all others in the market. The following is an Android vs. iOS shootout in […]

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Five Key Mobile Apps for Physical Fitness

April 11, 2014

As we begin the new year in 2014, we see the annual return of the tradition of New Year’s Resolutions that everyone loves (hates) so much.  Some of the classics include quitting smoking, taking up a new hobby, and the most prevalent of all: exercise and weight loss. Naturally, the mobile applications industry has entered […]

Overseas developers

Pitfalls of Outsourcing Development from Overseas

March 28, 2014

In an increasingly mobile and digital world, the software development industry has been seen to follow suit with other sectors (notably manufacturing) in outsourcing work overseas. The pattern is familiar.  Western countries possess certain production expertise and capabilities that are soon obtained and taught in lesser-developed areas.  At the point that the savings in labor […]


Portland, Oregon: A Pound-for-Pound Hotspot for App Development

March 8, 2014

San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and New York are the obvious American meccas for the developer industry.   The Bay Area has been the world leader in the tech sector as a whole period for several decades now.  New York is a top contender by default of its sheer size and status as a global commercial center […]

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Handheld Technology: Benefits and Barriers

February 18, 2014

Have you ever walked into an elevator full of strangers glued to their smartphones and it just didn’t feel right?  Not that you knew them and they owed you some kind of greeting, but that there was an additional barrier in place, putting you one step further away from any kind of interaction with your […]