Will Google I/O offer the best slice of the pie?
It’s only a week away! Google’s annual developer conference I/O will be here to (hopefully) display some of the best advancements from Mountain View over the year to come.
Evangelists will hope to see new updates to Android, Chrome OS, and the whole host of web apps in-between.
So what can we expect? Starting with Android it sounds many will be fairly disappointed, latest logs found on web servers are showing a ‘JWR23B’ build (see that...
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Is Android development getting easier?
The biggest problem with Google’s open-source software, has always been that it’s open-source.
Fantastic for customisability, adding new features, but ends up on hundreds of variations of hardware devices. Different screen sizes, different processors... It’s exhausting enough to write about, let alone develop!
However, considering Android has a 70% worldwide smartphone shipment rate (according to IDC in Q4 2012) it’s important that...
MVP depends on how you define viable!
As you slave over those minor details and obsess about features you wonder if this is actually your MVP or not. Secretly you know its...
The best Google Glass photos and videos so far
In the last few weeks, Google Glass has rolled out to a limited number of developers and beta testers known as ‘explorers’.
Because of this, we’ve begun to see more and more photos and videos emerge on social media giving us (non-explorers) some idea of what life through Glass is like.
Making your launch strategy a value system for extra oomph!
Lots of apprenuers are always looking for ways to increase the effectiveness of their advertising. Focused on...