|Written by Harpreet | Wednesday, 29 January 2014|
Google today announced that it is bringing Chrome apps on iOS and Android. Developers are being offered an early preview release of a toolchain which is based on open source mobile development framework called Apache Cordova. Cordova is used to build native mobile apps by using HTML, CSS and JS.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Wednesday, 29 January 2014|
The Opera Mobile Store, which claims to be the fifth-largest mobile app store in the world, has got 105 million monthly visitors at the end of Q4 2013.
|Written by Harpreet | Monday, 27 January 2014|
Mobile companies and carriers tend to stick a lot of apps on their customers’ smartphone for various reasons. Customers cannot remove these apps easily, not unless they decide to root their smartphones and flash them with a custom ROM. South Korea has now officially banned this practice of adding bloatware on mobile phones.
|Written by Harpreet | Wednesday, 22 January 2014|
Apple leads the mobile advertising wars as being the most valuable platform for advertisers. Android may have a large market share that continues to grow but low-end Android devices are hardly of any interest to advertisers.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Tuesday, 21 January 2014|
India’s Tata Communications has launched its mobile VoIP platform, a hosted, white label solution that will allow mobile network operators (MNO) and other retail voice providers to deliver and monetise innovative converged IP communication services.
|Written by Harpreet | Monday, 20 January 2014|
There have been speculations on Nokia building an Android phone for quite some time now but after Microsoft’s decision to purchase the handset arm of the Finnish company, any hopes of seeing such a device only diminished. It seems like Microsoft isn’t going to kill the project after all.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Friday, 17 January 2014|
Google has announced the preview of Google Drive Native API’s. Now how does this API make the life of android developers easy? Check out.
|Written by Harpreet | Thursday, 16 January 2014|
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is coming back into the smartphone game. The company had earlier voiced its decision on re-entering the crowded market all over again with smartphones and tablets back in 2011. HP has now confirmed that it will kick off its move into the smartphone market by launching new phones in India first.