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85% of Mobile Smartphones shipped last quarter run Android

It is interesting to see that like earlier tech trends such as the PC market, now Android is on the verge of turning mobile smartphone platforms into the market dominant provider.  190 more words

Android

iPhones in Church - Challenge or Opportunity?

Striking the balance between eliminating distractions in a church service and one embracing technology in a digital age can be very hard, especially as a church leader looking out at up to 80% of the congregation with their eyes fixed on a mobile device. 652 more words

Cambridge

F.A.I.L = "First Attempt In Learning" (round 1)

I’m certain there will be many “Fails” this year, as there are every year! The “fails” seem to be positively correlated with the amount of technology use in my classroom. 862 more words

Google Apps For Education

Kobo’s Aura H20 Makes The High-Res E-Reader Waterproof – Your Move, Amazon | TechCrunch

Kobo has a new e-reader out that actually could shake up the market, since it offers waterproofing as a standard factory feature on a $179.99 e-reader, with a high-res, 265 DPI 6.8-inch e-ink display. 43 more words

Technology

Marketing on Mobile

As the world goes mobile, so must brands. Consumers are using their phones to discover new products, places and services every day and real time marketing campaigns are helping brands strengthen their relationships by reaching consumers when they are most likely ready to purchase their product. 236 more words

Marketing Strategy

uTest is starting "Tester of the Quarter"

uTest announced a new theme similar to the uTester of the year, it is called Tester of the Quarter. They introduced the program to recognize and to award software testers who participate to the global testing community. 96 more words

Daniel Knott

Apple Slated to Launch Larger iPad in Early 2015: Reports

In the midst of sluggish sales, Apple has been developing larger touch-screen devices in order to see off competition from rivals including Google and South Korean giant Samsung, according to reports. 72 more words