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25 Awesome Tools for Choosing a Website Color Scheme. As a designer, color management should be an integral part of your workflow.

25 Awesome Tools for Choosing a Website Color Scheme

A website’s color scheme helps shape its identity and therefore should not be carelessly thrown together. Here are 25 online, desktop and iPhone applications to help you live and breathe color management no matter where you are. Online Tools There are simply a ton of free color tools available on the web. However, a cursory search reveals that most are extremely basic and simply mimic everything else out there. Kuler Kuler is one of the best free online color scheme creation tools out there and my personal favorite. EBay expects $1.5B in mobile revenue by year-end - Mobile Marketer - Commerce. By Dan Butcher October 22, 2010 The eBay Deals application for iPhone and iPod touch NEW YORK – An eBay executive at the Netbiscuits Partner Day 2010 said that his company’s mobile commerce business will eventually surpass its ecommerce revenue.

EBay expects $1.5B in mobile revenue by year-end - Mobile Marketer - Commerce

Funneled through its subsidiary PayPal, eBay’s mobile revenue was in excess of $600 million in 2009, and the company is well on its way to at least $1.5 billion in mobile revenue this year. Given such robust growth, eBay has made mobile an increasing priority in the belief that the sky is the limit for mobile commerce. “For eBay, mobile commerce is the future, and our plan is to innovate and hit the gas pedal—we don’t see the steep growth trajectory of mobile commerce changing,” said Oliver Cockcroft, product manager at eBay, Palo Alto, CA. “We’re driving as hard as we can to break through and become mcommerce leader,” he said. That said, there are still plenty of challenges to overcome, even for a $1.5 billion mobile commerce giant. Mr. Mr. eBay se rapproche des commerces physiques en rachetant Where.

Mieux vendre avec eBay autour de vous, nouvelle application iPhone. eBay annonce le lancement de deux applications iPhone pour l'instant sur le marché Us mais très rapidement en Europe (eBay deals et eBay Selling) gratuite permettant aux utilisateurs de vendre de manière plus efficace les articles d'ebay via le mobile.

Mieux vendre avec eBay autour de vous, nouvelle application iPhone

Les utilisateurs peuvent accéder à la liste des articles et vendre en moins de 60 secondes, les vendeurs vont pouvoir déterminer les prix moyens de vente des articles similaires par catégories ou en en spécifiant des mots clés, puis utiliser l'appareil photo de l'iPhone et télécharger des photos du produit en question. La localisation et le m-commerce font bon ménage, ce qui permettra de trouver des articles dans votre environnement immédiat.

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Bench. Locl.ly. How Geolocation Will Revolutionize the On-Site Service Industry. Dave Yarnold is CEO of ServiceMax, a full suite of mobile field service management applications.

How Geolocation Will Revolutionize the On-Site Service Industry

Follow Dave on Twitter @dyarnold or visit the ServiceMax blog. Geolocation services are popping up for consumers everywhere, from Uber, which sends a car service to your door two times faster than a cab, to Bizzy, an app that shows you where your friends have dined lately and offers their recommendations. But what about the enterprise? Shouldn’t this revolutionary technology be transforming companies and not just consumer habits? Well, it is. Until recently, this has been a business run on clipboards, spreadsheets and Post-Its, with techs sent on their routes with little more than a phone to connect with the main office. Real-time tracking and display of tech location and status. Geolocation technology is just one of the many innovations that is making its mark on the enterprise and helping companies rethink field service. Interested in more Geolocation resources?

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Make an APP. How to really make something. 10 business models that rocked 2010 - by @nickdemey (boardofinnovation.com) How to Start a Startup. March 2005 (This essay is derived from a talk at the Harvard Computer Society.)

How to Start a Startup

You need three things to create a successful startup: to start with good people, to make something customers actually want, and to spend as little money as possible. Most startups that fail do it because they fail at one of these. A startup that does all three will probably succeed. And that's kind of exciting, when you think about it, because all three are doable. If there is one message I'd like to get across about startups, that's it. The Idea In particular, you don't need a brilliant idea to start a startup around. Google's plan, for example, was simply to create a search site that didn't suck.

There are plenty of other areas that are just as backward as search was before Google. For example, dating sites currently suck far worse than search did before Google. An idea for a startup, however, is only a beginning. What matters is not ideas, but the people who have them. People What do I mean by good people? AlloCiné. Yahoo to introduce mobile content personalization platform. Yahoo is reportedly poised to introduce a new mobile publishing platform touting content personalized to each user's tastes and preferences.

Yahoo to introduce mobile content personalization platform

Citing sources familiar with the initiative, The New York Times reports Yahoo will formally unveil the project next week during the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona--the platform will deliver customized content based on a user's stated preferences, search history, social media connections and other sources. Although Yahoo will offer the solution on its website, the software engine is optimized for smartphones and tablets, in particular devices running Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS and Google's rival (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android. More than 50 Yahoo engineers have collaborated on the effort, codenamed "Deadeye"--in addition, the digital services provider will team with outside publishers to create third-party apps powered by the same software.

Yahoo declined to comment on the report. iPhone : 30 % de parts de marché en France. Alors qu'il se vend désormais plus de smartphones équipés d'Android que d'iPhone aux États-Unis, ce n'est pas encore le cas en France.

iPhone : 30 % de parts de marché en France

L'iPhone pourrait bien en effet être la plateforme la plus populaire dans le domaine des smartphones en France début 2011 : en décembre 2010, il représentait 30 % des smartphones vendus contre 30,2 % pour Nokia. Comme ailleurs, la firme finlandaise est en recul : elle perd 10 points en un an. Ideas.