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While building apps for Apple and Android app stores can be highly lucrative ventures for developers, one of the hardest decisions an app developer has

The arguments for or against  hacking your mobile device to gain elevated access have been raging on for a decade or so now. Things probably

With 100 million mobile subscribers, Nigeria stands among leading mobile markets in the world. Its mobile content sector is quite fascinating — this is a

Darwinism is no stranger to IT. Given the pace of innovation, today’s plum post is almost always one shift away from becoming tomorrow’s pink slip.

During Q2 2012 smartphone penetration continued to grow, with 54.9 percent of U.S. mobile subscribers owning smartphones as of June 2012. This growth is driven

Fiddling with a Kindle Keyboard, i can not help but marvel how much water has passed underneath the bridge since 2009 when Ereaders started becoming

Some of us are perpetually hunting for apps for our mobile devices – to squeeze every ounce of functionality out of it. Our devices can

Why carry two devices, when you could carry only one? Imagine carrying a full desktop computer in your pocket. We’re talking about a real desktop

Scaremongering could be a cardinal sin. Sure. But this is a controversy that has raged on for so long. Despite many claims and counter claims

A new study from Juniper finds that Android is the hardest hit by malicious apps but says iOS could be vulnerable as well. Android has

Every technological transition comes with advantages and disadvantages, as the new replaces the old. The same thing is present as ebooks continue to gain market

By forcing Web developers, and ultimately Adobe, out of the Flash business, Apple made HTML5 apps better. That’s good for Safari users, but it’s also