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It's been just over one month since Violet Blue switched from being a lifetime Apple and Android user to trying out a Nokia 925. Our newest Windows Phone user has a few things to say.
Since launching in April, Facebook App Links has grown to support more than 3 billion unique URLs tagged for the open source tool.
Photography is no longer limited to the darkroom -- and there are many innovative, eccentric and downright genius products out there which can vastly improve your photos.
Westpac plans to target travelling customers next month when it releases new features to its mobile banking app.
Yahoo is going back to the drawing board on its e-commerce strategy.
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LinkedIn engineers cited that members who have published at least one article to the social network typically have an average of 1,049 1st degree connections and 42 followers.
The popular Chinese app’s monthly active users reached 438 million in Q2, getting closer to its key rival WhatsApp’s 500 million.
This is where the rubber meets the road with Windows Phone. We take a selection of regularly-used apps and see whether Windows Phone can provide similar functions. The results may surprise you!
Wall Street was looking for earnings of 57 cents per share with $1.47 billion in revenue.
Pre-selected app buyers will have full access to the finished product with all features live -- notably those relating to other Amazon products, such as in-app purchasing.
Yahoo has added yet another startup to the fold with the purchase of app developer Zofari, a provider of location-based recommendations.
A reader with no tech skills and little money has a great idea for an app. He thinks Apple and Android will both want to make it a standard feature. You know this isn't going to end well.
AT&T's Cargo View already conducts global data collection in 200 countries, providing up-to-date information on vitals such as location, temperature, pressure, light, vibration, and motion.
Google promised that developers will be able to launch fully-fledged versions of their apps when the SDK goes into general availability later this year.