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BlackBerry Messenger to start offering free calls. BBM is to offering free calls just like Skype, Facebook and Viber. Wonder when WhatsApp will work on this.
Android vs iOS, who copied who: game over! It’s been a great war between mainly users and fanatics about whether Apple copies from Google or Google just innovated better than Apple. But Chris DeSalvo just confirmed that Android was indeed greatly influenced by iOS. Essentially letting the cat out of the
BlackBerry will pre-install BMM on Android devices. Terrible move, I say: I came across one of those exciting stories about a new way some tech company is gonna use to get new users. This time it’s BlackBerry making the move. “BlackBerry announced today that BBM will soon come pre-installed on a number of Android devices in Africa, […]
Microsoft needs to wake up and grow up. For the last few months, the tech giant of the late 1980′s to late 1990′s, Microsoft decided to pick up a fight with almost anyone. We saw them relentlessly bashing Apple’s Siri , then we saw the anti-Google mug. Today I read from The Wall Street Journal […]
iOS 7 gives some users nausea. iOS 7 is out, it is really impressive and out performs iOS 6 as I experienced for myself on a friend’s iPhone 5. However, a serious problem of the UI giving some users nausea is being overlooked by many Tech websites and bloggers. In fact one of them deleted […]
Microsoft and Nokia: if Microsoft runs the show, Nokia mobile will become “pre-historic” The news has sunk in already, Microsoft decided to buy Nokia devices and services business for $7.2 billion. I didn’t see that coming, so I am not going to fuel conspiracy theorist who claimed that Microsoft made Nokia mobile suck in order […]
Yahoo Mail Users: watch out for more evil fraudsters. In these days when Yahoo is freeing up unused accounts, it has sent e-mails to non-active users to verify their accounts or lose them. Fraudsters have also take this opportunity to rob people’s credentials and terrorize them and their contacts. I received an e-mail yesterday
Nokia, please wake up! I read an article in the guardian in which Nokia’s Stephan Elop praises his company’s move towards windows due to fear of Samsung’s domination of Android. Everyone wants to be dominant somehow and that’s one of the reasons Nokia went with Microsoft in order to be “dominant” in the Windows Phone […]
iOS 7 design, What the heck? I love Windows and Android so much that it took me a long time before I bought anything Apple. But I also always loved how smooth and “real” iMAC, MacBook and iPhone looked and performed. The look am talking about is scheuomorphic design. There was some kind of connection […]
LG, stop nagging and go back to work.. My first touch screen phone was the LG KP500 [LG Cookie] back in 2008 and I loved it. Smooth design, versatile and always working. There were enough apps to keep me busy and Opera mini made me enjoy the Facebook and internet on my Cookie. So much […]
Google glass: strategy overhaul needed. Google glass is one of the latest and hottest buzzes in the tech world. It has a lot of possibilities and it is really something very innovative and not a gimmick at all. But there is a problem. No, there is a very, very big problem: geek-factor! We live in […]
Come on Nokia, you can still make it! This week I read an article on Bloomberg on how Nokia plans to challenge iPhone and Android position on the smartphone market by introducing $20 handsets. According to Nokia Chief Executive Officer Stephen Elop, this handset would be the first step for people who intend to later own a smartphone. This article […]
5 reasons why you should do a project next to your actual job. Ever felt like your ideas were not treated like priority? Ever felt that some of your proposed changes are being overlooked in favor of cost cutting? This advice is for those working in app development and other fields as well. I am […]
How to start developing mobile apps. It’s New Year’s Day 2013 and the app industry celebrates 5 and half years of existence. This time count started when the first iPhone was launched back in June 2007. There’s a general consensus that ignores apps that where designed on feature phones or operating systems like Symbian, Bada […]