Department of Homeland Security Creates Mobile Application Playbook
This playbook provides a documented set of steps for planning and deploying mobile applications quickly and securely while following all necessary gate reviews.
Richard Harris App Developer Magazine
Google is creating a startup haven to prevent staff from leaving
The Area 120 incubator would let curious Googlers work on new ideas full-time.
Jon Fingas engadget
W3C Working Towards a HTML5.1 Release for September 2016
The work is being conducted by the W3C Web Platform Working Group. The long term goal is to release a stable version of HTML as a W3C Recommendation once per year.
Stuart Parkerson App Developer Magazine
Revealed: How To Destroy CNN & MSNBC With Just One Phone Call
Somewhere close to 100 million homes are allowing themselves to be bilked by Hollywood, CNN and MSNBC through obnoxiously-priced cable television packages
John Nolte Breitbart
Is Facebook Still Worth It? Why It Is and How to Use It
If you haven’t heard, Copyblogger recently shut down their Facebook page – poof. No more likes, no more status updates, no more shares and no more friendly updates from our Copyblogger friends.
Julia Spence-McCoy Site Pro News
Google’s Vision for 2015: Content, Mobile, and Beyond
Dennis Woodside, recently discussed a myriad of changes the company is expecting in 2015, and ways in which we can all prepare and benefit.
Tina Courtney-Brown Site Pro News
Is Android Lollipop Really Good? Discover Its Mouth Watering Features
If you are an Android lover and work in a mobile app development company, then you must have already heard about Lollipop, the new version of this cutting-edge mobile operating system.
Amrita Chakraborty Site Pro News
Twitter Makes Minor Change To Make Tweeting Easier
Not that it was that difficult before, but Twitter has made it easier for users to get their 140-character messages out.
W. Brice McVicar Site Pro News
Amazon Echo Serves As Speaker, Assistant, Encyclopedia
Unveiled Thursday, Amazon’s Echo is part personal assistant, part speaker and all cool.
Brice McVicar Site Pro News
Android Remains Most-Used Operating System in the U.S.
Google’s mobile operating system, Android, continues to dominate the U.S. Smartphone market at the expense of Apple’s iOS.
Staff Writers Site Pro News
Thinking Outside the Box for Content Creation: 5 Tips for Mixing it Up
With the proper approach, content can drive traffic and attention while increasing your brand’s online reach and overall potential
Adrienne Erin Site Pro News
Amazon Prime Users Now Receive Unlimited Photo Storage
Amazon is now offering Prime users unlimited cloud photo storage as the eCommerce giant looks to bolster its membership numbers.
Site Pro News Jennifer Cowan
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