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Nintendo 3DS Ambassador Program Means 10 Free Select GBA Games!
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Are Mobile Health Apps The Next Gold Rush?
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Blackberry (RIM) Playbook Will Run Android Apps! Well Sort Of...
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Move Over TV, Mobile Apps Have Their Own Primetime!
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Sprint Telling Customers To Cap It?
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Australia Feds Ban Huawei 5G Rollout
Aug 23rd 2018 at 01:10pm by Harold Everton

It looks like Australia won't be getting any 5G support for its existing wireless networks, that is from Huawei anyway. It was Thursday morning when the company received the news from the Austrailan government. With China's recent clashes in trade and the rise in rhetoric exchanges with the U.S. and...



The Mac Mini Pro Is Coming
Aug 22nd 2018 at 07:02pm by Harold Everton

You asked for it a million times, and if what Mark Gurman of Bloomberg reported about what Apple has in the works for this Fall is correct, then you just might get it! According to Gurman, the Mac Mini, which last saw a refresh way back in 2014 is due for a major update, one which will be "pro-focus...



Nintendo 3DS Ambassador Program Means 10 Free Select GBA Games!
Dec 17th 2011 at 02:24pm by Harold Everton

The big boys over in Japan have announced the completion of the Nintendo 3DS Ambassador program which allowed early adopters of its 3DS system to retreive a bunch of free content for download. According to Nintendo, a slew of new games would be added to the program in Japan and Eurpoe. Whether or no...



Are Mobile Health Apps The Next Gold Rush?
Oct 1st 2011 at 06:17pm by Harold Everton

According to a 2010 Global Mobile Health Market Report study, 500 million people will be using Mobile Health apps regularly by 2015. From the emergence of the Mobile apps market in the late 2000s to the present, these users have primarily been Health Care professionals, using custom apps to handle a...



Blackberry (RIM) Playbook Will Run Android Apps! Well Sort Of...
Sep 29th 2011 at 11:47pm by Harold Everton

Many die hard Blackberry followers jumped for joy when it was announced that the Playbook tablet from Blackberry maker RIM would support Android apps. Would be buyers of other devices held off in anticipation of this implementation. After details of just how "compatible" Android apps would be on the...



Move Over TV, Mobile Apps Have Their Own Primetime!
Sep 29th 2011 at 03:59pm by Harold Everton

Mobile analytics firm Flurry recently spent time tracking Mobile App usage over several 24 hour periods. Their research has found that Mobile App usage is its highest between 3 pm and 10 pm with its peak in the 7 pm hour. Compare this to television prime time which goes from about 7 to 11 at night. ...



Sprint Telling Customers To Cap It?
Sep 25th 2011 at 01:36pm by Harold Everton

The one edge Sprint had over its competitors for a long time was its unlimited data plans. Unlimited Talk & Text, $99.99 (Current), Free Incoming Plus 300 Outgoing minutes (2005). Then there was the best of the best, Unlimited Data (current). I picked up my first Sprint Data Card for my laptop b...



Toddlers - A New Demographic?
Sep 25th 2011 at 12:57pm by Harold Everton

It is totally understandable the apprehension and skepticism a parent might have about their child jumping on the mobile tech bandwagon, but this is not stopping mobile developers from targeting this audience with apps meant to educate, inspire and encourage creativity. Tablets can offer a unique ex...