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What mobile app teams need to know about iOS 8, iPhone 6, and Swift

by Jason Wong  |  November 11, 2014

As the iPhone enters its eighth year of existence, Apple has introduced a combination of hardware and software technologies that they hope will keep them ahead of the mobile market...

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Master Innovation by First Getting Good at the Basics

by Jennifer Polk  |  September 11, 2014

This week Apple made several important announcements about the debut of its newest mobile devices, from the Apple Watch that could drive more interest in wearable devices to the next...

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Startups from DisruptSF - Nomad

by Vassil Mladjov  |  September 12, 2013

This is a new small kickstarter project that many will love. Nomad, the new phone charging cable. For now they only make iPhone charges, but the possibilities are greater and...

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Next generation console technologies to excite consumers, increase semiconductor content

by Richard Gordon  |  June 24, 2013

These past couple of week have been an exciting time for gadget lovers, RAM sellers and semiconductor analysts. Two major events clash with Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (often home to new...

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The New Gartner Mobile Reference Architecture

by Paul Debeasi  |  August 13, 2012

Summary: Gartner has introduced the first and only Mobile Reference Architecture for enterprise IT organizations. The Mobile Reference Architecture is an integrated set of research that helps IT organizations make...

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Follow-up to "The iPhone, Location, Collections, and Consistent Protection"

by Ian Glazer  |  April 27, 2011

Apple has just released a response to the iPhone location database issue. I highly suggest you read the response in its entirety, but for you impatient types, here's the net...

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When Crowdsourcing Saves Lives

by Andrea Dimaio  |  March 24, 2011

We have heard many times about the role of mobile devices in rescuing people during natural disasters by following tweets, reading Facebook updates, looking at pictures on Flickr. We have...

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I “like” you, but I hate your apps – Part 3: Controls and a look at the market

by Ian Glazer  |  January 28, 2011

Happy Data Privacy Day! Or if you are in the EU – Happy Data Protection Day! In my last post I talked about the desires of all the parties involved...

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I “like” you, but I hate your apps – Part 2: Desires and Expectations

by Ian Glazer  |  January 20, 2011

In my last post, I contrasted the nature of our relationships with the nature of our relationships when apps are involved. In this post, I will examine the desires and...

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I "like" you, but I hate your apps – Part 1: The nature of relationships

by Ian Glazer  |  January 14, 2011

As I sat in my in-laws’ living room on Christmas, I realized that there were far more than just the 17 of us there. Almost everyone of us had our...

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