[Bon App'] Chaze, un réseau social de challenges en photos. Mobile app startups are failing like it’s 1999. Stop the madness The long cycle times for developing mobile apps have led to startup failures that look more like 1999 – it’s like we’ve forgotten all the agile and rapid iteration stuff that we learned over the last 10 years.
Stop the madness! Today, seed stage startups can now get funded, release 1 or 2 versions of their app spread over 9 months, and then fail without making a peep. We learned the benefits of how to iterate fast on the web, and we can do better on mobile too. How Google is Driving Mobile Video Market Growth. Google’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) core business continues to be stable, profitable and growing, leading company executives to invest heavily in Android, Chrome and YouTube while planning for long-term convergence of mobile and video.
In following the last year of earnings calls, it’s clear that Google’s largest advertising customers are pushing the company to bring video to mobile at a level of performance and usability not accomplished yet. The Q2, 2012 earnings call transcript makes this point clear which can be accessed here at Google’s Management Discusses Q2 2012 Results – Earnings Call Transcript. The Future Isn't About Mobile; It's About Mobility - David Armano. By David Armano | 8:03 AM July 18, 2012 While the globe grapples with uncertain economic realities, “mobile” appears to be gold.
Facebook is expected to announce their uniquely targeted mobile advertising model before the end of the month. Amazon is talking to Chinese manufacturer Fox Conn with ambitions of building their own mobile device to serve as a complement to Amazon’s considerable digital ecosystem of products and services. China itself has surpassed the US as the world’s dominant smartphone market with over a billion subscribers and roughly 400 million mobile web users. Advisory firm IDC predicts that by 2014 there will have been over 76 billion mobile apps downloaded resulting in an app economy worth an estimated thirty five billion in the same year.
However, there will be blood as the business world pursues the mobile gold rush. We’ve seen this movie before. Mobility is radically different from the stationary “desktop” experience. Ce n'est pas la taille qui compte (pour un téléphone portable) Le Samsung Galaxy Note est le plus grand smartphone jamais construit.
Bon, ce n’est peut-être pas l’exacte vérité, puisqu’il est présenté sur le marché —y compris dans cette publicité du Super Bowl— comme plus qu’un simple smartphone. Je crois qu’il est censé faire à la fois téléphone, tablette tactile, plateau de cafétéria et bouclier anti-émeute. À en croire sa fiche technique, le Galaxy Note mesure 7,62 cm de large et près de 15 cm de long. Ces mesures semblent pompées directement sur la rubrique rencontres coquines de Craigslist, et je soupçonne que ce soit absolument délibéré de la part de Samsung. Le Galaxy Note est l’apogée comique (j’ose espérer!) Built-In Wireless Charging for Electronic Devices. #Lift12 : Quel mobile pour quel avenir. Toshiba builds scanner that can identify fruit without a barcode, yup (video) During our hurried supermarket sweeps, we're aiming for the Granny Smith , yet somehow always come away with French Jonagold.
That's why we're in awe of this new supermarket scanner from Toshiba-Tech that can identify individual species of fruit and veg from sight. Rather than a cashier keying in a produce code, a camera with optical pattern recognition technology filters out "visual noise" before identifying the genus of your apple by shape, surface pattern and coloration. It's also able to scan labels and coupons, but so far the database only contains a handful of items. It'll take over a year (when each thing has been harvested and scanned) to build a database necessary to make it commercially useful. Still, if you can't bear to wait those precious seconds as your server finds the right code for lettuce, head on past the break to watch your future in action. Videotutorial sobre seguridad y privacidad de las herramientas de geolocalización (vídeo) #geolocalization.
Le Galaxy S II élu meilleur smartphone au monde. YouTube Android app update brings HD video streaming to 'capable' 2.2+ devices. Order Popcorn From Your Theater Seat By Scanning The Arm Of Your Chair. Smartphones are providing customers with more direct and immediate access to services in a more efficient manner.
In brick-&-mortar businesses in particular, waiting in line is becoming a thing of the past as ordering has been relegated to phones. Movie theaters in particular benefit by offering paperless tickets that can be downloaded directly onto phones and scanned in a matter of moments. 20120117_00023. Escuela de negocios IE Business School. Couverture Free Mobile. What is being creative? Audition du président de l'ARCEP : le défaut de mémoire des opérateurs. AT&T HTC One X hands-on. High-Tech : Mozilla va lancer une boutique d'applications mobiles et PC. Les développeurs pourront proposer leurs applis dès la semaine prochaine.
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Now the company's TI OMAP4-based television companion is rockin' some Ice Cream Sandwich madness, drawing curious Mobile World Congress attendees into the Texas Instruments booth for a look. We happened upon the device on the last day of the show, and we couldn't help but be impressed. The premise here is quite simple: your "dumb TV" (i.e. one that isn't Internet-enabled) gives up one HDMI and one USB port (for power), in return connecting you to the wonderful world of Android 4.0.