The Profound UI Mobile Client allows users to access information stored on an IBM i server through the use of an iPhone or an iPad....
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The Y Combinator company gets a boost from Accel Partners.
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There’s just no excuse for a bad UI in your mobile app anymore. Business users expect seamless, consumer-grade experiences on every screen.
Adobe is revamping its marketing cloud platform with a Pinterest-like UI and optimization for tablets to encourage collaboration among mobile employees.
Workday's 'mobile first' theme continues only this time its analytics that's getting the Big Data treatment. And yes, the have Windows 8 mobile UI in their labs. Looking forward, the company is committed to building a recruitment app.
As both SAP and Oracle struggle to find a cloud strategy, Workday plows its own furrow. New time tracking, mobile UI refresh and expanded financials lead the way in Workday 17
With the new MoSync , developers can combine HTML5 with high performance C/C++ code within a single cross-platform application, accessing...
Finnish smartphone startup Jolla is scouting out new talent in Finland and China, where Jolla's CEO Jussi Hurmola reckons its MeeGo OS can tap into the nation's hunger to make a mark on mobile innovation.
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SAP Afaria 7.0's new user interface aims to make mobile device management a breeze.
The University of Illinois Springfield Mobile App is designed to enhance the mobile experience of our students, faculty, staff, and...
An update to the Nokia Belle mobile OS is now rolling out to devices, bringing with it a revamped UI, additional camera features and the promise of new life for supported handsets
HTC Wildfire S is the latest budget smartphone from T-Mobile, offering Android Gingerbread, HTC Sense UI, a 5-megapixel camera for $80.
Project Spartan is a version of the Facebook UI that will run completely in a browser - specifically the Webkit-based Mobile Safari that shipped on over 200 million iOS devices.
Technology executives flocked to enterprise mobility demonstrations at SAP Sapphire. What remains to be seen is whether user interfaces will matter for the enterprise and all the vendors courting IT buyers.
Google releases an Android app for Google Docs that brings a clean, organized UI to the mobile phone screen.
The 90/10 rule is based on the years I have covered mobile technology, and the observations I've made of countless users of said technology. A good UX is crucial to get a good customer reception, and the 90/10 rule can go a long way to getting one.
The tablet UI for MeeGo Linux is built around the user, Intel has said at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, while pledging to carry on developing for mobiles despite being 'disappointed' in Nokia
Instead of being the poor cousin, suddenly the mobile UI will be the bigger sibling that sets the standard for how other UIs behave, leaving desktop platforms looking more old-fashioned than ever, and setting new cultural challenges for enterprise application usage.
In a screed titled iPad Usability: First Findings From User Testing, user interface guru Jakob Nielsen offers up a long list of interface problems with the iPad. The "problem" is that the iPad platform is so fresh, and Apple is being surprisingly open to interface experiments, that developers are all over the map (or the touch screen) with interaction ideas.
Skype recently pulled its Windows Mobile and Skype Lite versions from its website because it wants to offer its new customers an improved mobile experience. Even though the Windows Mobile version didn't have the most beautiful UI, it got the job done.
The New York Times' Nick Bilton poses an interesting question on the Bits blog on February 25: Should and could PC operating systems look more like mobile operating systems? In Microsoft's case, that would mean Windows would get an overhaul so that the multi-touch "Metro" UI became the primary way users would interact with their PCs.
Last week we saw the unveiling of Windows Phone 7 Series. Since the unveiling people have been weighing in on both the positives and negatives associated with its new UI. Are we ready and willing to navigate a new mobile UI?
The press has been slamming Nokia for a couple of years stating they were old and tired in the mobile space. Nokia still rules the smartphone world and with Symbian^3 they are showing they can have a slick UI just like everyone else.
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