In an increasingly mobile world, we see a lot of exciting 3rd party apps that capitalize on our need to do more. Here are a few of designer Lane Kinkade’s personal favorite mobile apps.
It’s been two weeks since Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast, and the tales of its devastation have since been told across every imaginable media platform, with details captured in real-time as they happened and after-the-fact pieces that captured the broader scope of the once-in-a-generation event. Today, Mindjet posted a piece entitled Hurricane #Sandy: Socializing Traditional […]
The so-called “death of Newsweek” seems like a major blow to the magazine industry, and perhaps the larger print media industry, but that’s like saying winter is a major blow to the convertible industry. We will always have journalism, and we will always have journalists, even if their stories don’t arrive in the mail or […]
As a part of our ongoing series, we bring you another installment of our team’s mobile snapshots. Here is week 74. Cheers!
This Saturday, JESS3 helped sponsor MobileUXCamp in Washington, DC. The full-day event brought together members of the mobile community (both professionals and enthusiasts) to discuss the here-and-now of mobile technology and their projections for the future.
you have to respect the raw passion Simeon Mwaura shows in demonstrating his inventions.
introducing No latitude on iPhone 🙁 google.com/latitude/sign up now — at least now we know why they’re phasing out dodgeballhttp://www.dodgeball.com/ techcrunch
Google’s take on the smart phone for T-Mobile.
Facebook mobile debuts.