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The Best Android Field Services Management Mobile Apps

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Versatile field administration applications help explain probably the most widely recognized difficulties for offsite professionals and the directors who help them. In particular, these portable applications are helpful for recording status changes, entry/take-off times, invoicing data, and work points of interest. They additionally determination continuous correspondence issues in the middle of experts and their home… Read more »


Tips on How to Start a Mobile Friendly eCommerce Store

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A growing number of companies are shifting to pay more attention to online markets. This is an effective way to gain recognition, find new partners and turn one-time buyers into loyal customers. Today we are going to talk about the key useful tips and tricks that will help you build a highly competitive online store. There are… Read more »


How Much Does It Cost to Outsource App Development to India?

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App entrepreneurs always look to cut down development costs while ensuring quality. When it comes to creating apps, the amount of money to be spent entirely depends on the type of app the developer wants to create. The cost of a simple enterprise app would be much less than a medium enterprise app, whose cost would in… Read more »


Swift Programmers: Here’s a New Open-Source Security Tool for You

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The application security and research startup nVisium has just released an open-source training tool for developers wanting to build applications using Apple’s new Swift programming language. Called Swift.nV, the tool is meant to help identify and test vulnerabilities in Swift. Founded in 2009, the Herndon, Virginia-based nVisium is focused on providing individuals and organizations with the tools… Read more »


Do People Care About Wireless Charging?

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Recently we ran an article going over the pros, cons, and speculations on Starbucks new wireless charging plan. And it seems that Starbucks isn’t slowing down despite its drawbacks. I’m sure Starbucks has done their own market research, but Kwikboost just conducted a survey in which they asked over 5,000 people to list ten smartphone features in order of… Read more »



4 Killer Tools Mobile App Development Teams Should Use

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We as a mobile app development team would like to update ourselves with the latest things coming in the market. Thus, knowing about some great tools that help you to develop more polished apps with modern technologies would make more happy. Each mobile app development project has a purpose, such as monetization or user engagement. In… Read more »


4 Ways Wearable Tech Could Change Your Marketing Strategy

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Anyone would be hard-pressed to find a more bipolar consumer market than wearable technology. Devices like Google Glass and smartwatches tap into the most idealistic parts of our imagination when it comes to picturing impossible technologies that resemble blockbuster sci-fi films. Yet, much like hovercars or personal jetpacks, the final products tend to be met… Read more »


Event Social Platform Bizzabo Raises $2.5M

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Bizzabo announced yesterday that it has raised $2.5 million in a round of funding from current and new investors. To date, the mobile networking platform for event organizers and attendees has raised a total of $4 million. Participants in this funding round include current investors Kaedan Capital, AfterDox, and Gigi Levy. New investment comes from OurCrowd… Read more »


Lottolotto App: The Easiest Way to Check and Scan Lottery Tickets

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You’re more likely to get struck by lightning than to win the lottery. While the probability of winning mega-millions is slim, thousands of winning tickets (ranging from a dollar to several million) go unclaimed every year. “It’s like comparing numbers, it’s annoying,” says Brett Jacobson, CEO and founder of Lottolotto. “Most people don’t like doing… Read more »


Apply by August 18 to Win Mobile Future’s $20,000 Prize

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This is a sponsored post by Mobile Future, and we want to thank them for all of their support! Earlier in June, Mobile Future announced that they would be hosting a national innovation competition, The Mobileys, for the second consecutive year. The competition seeks to highlight wireless and mobile apps, services, and products with an… Read more »



The Top Android Photography Apps

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Most people taking photos on their smartphones do it for fun. You may have seen many photography apps but never thought about downloading them. However, there is more than meets the eye - here are some of the top Android photography apps that you might like to use, even as an amateur. Top Android apps for capturing photos… Read more »


8 Trends for Mobile Commerce in 2014

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Mobile devices have not only become incredibly popular, but they have also changed the way we interact with others as well. Mobile commerce has taken off in a big way because people can buy whatever they want from wherever they are, without the hassle of having to go to physical stores. Entrepreneurs have also understood… Read more »


In a Competition Between NYC and Boston Startups, Boston’s VerbalCare Reigned Supreme

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This past Wednesday, WeWork held its Fenway Fast Pitch Competition, a competition designed to determine which city is truly better: New York City or Boston? Okay, well, that wasn’t really the whole point of it, but the startup pitch competition did feature three startups from NYC and three teams from Boston, the winner of which would forever stand… Read more »


We The People Demanded A Better Wireless Market, And We Got It

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Last week, Congress passed an act that is destined to restore consumer freedom to the wireless market, leading to lower prices and more competition. The Unlock Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act was signed in by President Obama and will have a comparable impact upon the market. Further, this is the first bill passed as… Read more »