This sponsored post is produced by Personagraph. Even among high-quality apps, it’s hardly unusual for developers today to acquire few users, or conversely, have plenty of users but not enough revenue
Art,Sculpture,Exhibitions,Saatchi gallery,Damien Hirst,David Bailey,Yinka Shonibare,Art and design,Star Wars,Film,Culture Artists from David Bailey to Yinka Shonibare have appropriated the iconic Star
Facebook is reportedly planning to launch video advertisements as soon as this fall, and advertisers will likely have to fork out around $2 million per day to reach the full audience aged 18 to 54 on social
Pinterest announced today that it will add support for Do Not Track, the web browser mechanism that allows users to opt-out of having their personal data and activity collected by websites and third parties.
Google Unveils The New Nexus 7 Android Tablet, An iPad Mini Rival With A Super Screen Available July 30
Google today unveiled its new Nexus 7 tablet at a special event hosted by Android and Chrome chief Sundar Pichai. The tablet isn’t a surprise, thanks to a handful of early leaks, but it is an impressive
After 3 days of silence as to why the iOS Developer Center has been down, Apple has just confirmed that they are investigating a security breach. Developers just began receiving the email below; Apple
Meet the Chromecast. As the name suggests, it’s powered by Chrome and is designed to bring Google’s browser/OS to the biggest screen in the house. The Chromecast is designed first to be a streaming device.
The sci-fi vision of police officers rushing to the scene of a crime before any crime has even been committed may be rather far-fetched but technology is increasingly playing a role in the modern police
Ever since Google bought Motorola almost two years ago, people have speculated what the two companies’ first jointly developed smartphone would look like. Looks like we’re about to find out. According