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    Google’s Android 5.0 will be design-focused

    Ryan Daws

    Google’s annual I/O developer conference this year will put a significant amount of attention on design.

    About 4 days, 4 hours ago - 0 comments - Categories: Android, Design, Platforms, Testing
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    Small-screen reading: A big change for app developers?

    Mike Brown

    According to a speed-reading test sponsored by Staples, the average adult reads at 300 words-per-minute. The average college student reads at 450 wpm, and the average college professor hits 675. So what if you could increase that speed to 1000 wpm and retain more information at the same time? What could that do for your business and your life?

    About 1 month ago - 0 comments - Categories: Design, Developers
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    How developers can prepare for the new era of content and data

    Jon Chang

    The world is about to experience an explosion of personal video and data as wearable devices become more pervasive. Wearable technology recently dominated the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, and is marked as the big topic of conversation at Mobile World Congress later this month.

    About 2 months, 1 week ago - 0 comments - Categories: Design, Developers, Security, Testing
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    PixlCloud CEO Raffael Marty on the importance of security visualisation

    InfoSec Institute

    Raffael Marty, the founder and CEO of PixlCloud, a next-generation data visualisation application for big data, is one of the most influential names in big data, analytics and visualisation. For more than 12 years Marty has helped Fortune 500 companies defend themselves against sophisticated adversaries and has trained organisations around the world in the art of data visualisation for security, making him a perfect choice to ask about information security, its past, its present and its future.

    About 3 months, 2 weeks ago - 0 comments - Categories: Code, Design, Developers, Security
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    The two dimensions of application programming experience (APX)

    Manfred Bortenschlager

    There is an upcoming notion of APX – the application programming experience – first described by MuleSoft CTO Uri Sarid in his post “APX is to API as UX is to UI” on Wired.

    About 5 months, 2 weeks ago - 0 comments - Categories: Code, Design, Developers, Testing
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    Has Hummingbird arrived in the UK?

    Ingo Bousa

    The biggest change to Google’s search algorithm since 2001 took place last month and, the chances are, you won’t have noticed. But that was Google’s intention because, whilst Hummingbird qualifies as a completely new algorithm, it’s designed to contextualise long-tail searches, with the aim of delivering an improved user experience for voice search (Google Glass is just one device that will drive this increase in the coming months and years).

    About 5 months, 2 weeks ago - 0 comments - Categories: Design, Developers, Marketing
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    Using customer development concepts in building a lean startup

    Manfred Bortenschlager

    I consider the Lean Startup principles as very useful and efficient – not just for launching a startup, but also for any internal activities or projects you may have.

    About 6 months, 1 week ago - 0 comments - Categories: Design, Developers, Testing
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    Top 3 best practices for tablet advertising

    InMobi

    Large and small advertisers around the globe have begun leveraging the potential of tablet devices - be it top grossing apps like Candy Crush Saga, or highly popular apps like WeChat, they have all extended their mobile presence to tablet devices and are doing extremely well. So what are these advertisers doing differently that is making them so successful?

    About 7 months ago - 0 comments - Categories: Advertising, Android, Apple iOS, Design, iPad
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    KitKat: Android doesn’t “Take a Break”

    Ryan Daws

    Let’s put our speculation rays onto Android's upcoming "KitKat" release – what happened to 5, and what can we expect from this version?

    About 7 months, 2 weeks ago - 0 comments - Categories: Android, Design, Developers, Industry, Platforms
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    Worried about app security? Go hybrid

    Mike Brown

    Mobile app security (or lack thereof) is a big concern these days – for both developers and end users. But while the end user is somewhat at the mercy of the hackers, developers actually have steps they can take to mitigate the risk of a security breach. Among those steps, developing a hybrid app instead of a native app.

    About 8 months ago - 1 comment - Categories: Design, Developers, Devices, Testing
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