#TMI – Is Twitter giving users 2 much info?

Twitter just announced that their analytics are now available to all users not just advertisers, but is that too much information?

Wanna buy a watch? Watching the smart watch wars

Samsung and LG stole a jump or two on Apple today by announcing two new smart watches; the Samsung Gear S and the LG G Watch R.

US Open ball boys get high-tech Ralph Lauren polo shirts

The fashion brand has added high-tech thread to the clothing it supplies US Open ball boys that can measure heart rate, breathing and stress levels.

Consumers worry about wearables and privacy – but could be swayed

While the vast majority of consumers are concerned about wearables and privacy, many would share for the right coupons.

Low-code development platforms are coming

The race to bring apps to market faster and faster is driving the emergence of a new programming paradigm – low-code development platforms.

Mobile app of the day: Next Deadline

Some people want complex task management apps – but some just want a nice neat list of what they need to do next, which this app provides.

"Kill switch" ls now law in California

Will it be a deterrent to thieves? Probably. We'll have to wait and see.

Forget the statistics and do what makes sense

Recent numbers indicate that the most successful apps are created by only a few companies and if you’re basing your app development strategies on numbers alone you are pretty much doomed from the start.
App users consumer more digital media on mobile versus desktop

The truth about apps: users are rich

A new report by Comcast reveals the state of the US app market and while some facts are understandable others may surprise you.

Mobile apps edge out desktop and traditional web browsing

A comScore report detailing app trends and user habits reveals that 52 percent of time spent on digital media now comes from mobile apps.

So exactly how do you build spyware into your apps?

Developers have to answer a lot of questions when building apps but one question that doesn’t have a clear answer is how do you build spyware into your apps?

Foreign courts may force developers to change the way they code

There's a dangerous trend happening around the world – courts attacking technology providers rather than people who use those technologies.

Researchers hack Gmail app

The US based researchers claim that in nine out 10 cases they successfully hacked into Gmail accounts by disguising apps on Android phones.

Samsung and Barnes & Noble team on new Nook

It’s not exactly clear who is driving this boat but Samsung and Barnes & Noble have teamed up on a new Nook reading device that’s more like a tablet.

Uber opens up API (mostly)

Rideshare company Uber has announced that they are opening their API to third-party developers…but not everything is open yet.

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