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Reading in the Mobile Era : A study of mobile reading in developing countries (A Report by UNESCO)

  • Millions of people do not read for one reason: they do not have access to text. But today mobile phones and cellular networks are transforming a scare resource into an abundant one. 
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Reports

The Development of Mobile Technologies- for Your Smart Apps

Mobile phone is not only used for its basic purpose of making calls and receiving calls. It is used for accessing internet and websites. The works that need to have a PC, you can now do it with the help of a small mobile phone. 314 more words

Development

The decline of the mobile web?

Im not entirely supporting the idea of Chris Dixon  explaining the end of mobile web. In my own opinion,  traditional browsers still have a major role, for example, in the relationship between social networks and news content. 156 more words

Mobile Media

kiyas.la (Cep telefonu, tablet PC vb. Karşılaştırma Motoru - Compare Cellphones and tablet PCs)

  • Her türlü ürünü birbiri ile Kiyas.la’manızı kolaylaştıran akıllı bir web hizmetidir. Ürün özelliklerini Kiyas.la’r. Sizin için akıllı ve pratik önerilerde bulunur.

English:  http://kiyas.la/en

Türkçe: http://kiyas.la/?enforceLangCode=1

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Search Engines

Appcelerator Titanium Mobile vs. Phonegap

Phonegap

Phonegap was created so that web developers could add utilize all their existing skills and code from creating mobile web apps and add in functionality utilizing native features on the device. 338 more words

Mobile Technologies

Appcelerator’s Titanium - Pros and Cons

 What is Appcelerator?

Appcelerator’s Titanium is an open source development platform that allows to create native applications (mobile and desktop) using web technologies, such as JavaScript, HTML and CSS. 1,194 more words

Mobile Technologies

iOS Core Data implementation

The iPhone Core Data Example Application

The application developed in this chapter will take the form of the same contact database application used in previous chapters, the objective being to allow the user to enter name, address and phone number information into a database and then search for specific contacts based on the contact’s name. 1,344 more words

Mobile Technologies