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Sprint Likely Lost Enough Subscribers in Q1 to put them Behind T-Mobile

Sprint Likely Lost Enough Subscribers in Q1 to put them Behind T-Mobile

The battle for the top spot among US wireless service providers is rather bland; first and second place Verizon and AT&T lead comfortably with over 100 million subscribers apiece, a subscriber base so large neither is particularly worried about expanding their market share. However, the battle for third place is actually quite interesting, as T-Mobile […]

Top 6 Biggest Mistakes in Marketing your Android App

Top 6 Biggest Mistakes in Marketing your Android App

We’ve talked about marketing your Android app or game many times already. There are some mistakes that can be made though, so we’re here to talk about those mistakes and hopefully help you out. There are some mistakes that if made, can really hurt your marketing of your brand new app. Webapps If you look […]

ASUS Zenfone 2 With 4GB RAM and 64GB Storage Only $337 On May 7

ASUS Zenfone 2 With 4GB RAM and 64GB Storage Only $337 On May 7

There is not much left to know about the ASUS Zenfone 2, other than if it will land on AT&T (where most Zenfones end up) and the final pricing if it does land in the US.  It is now known that on May 7, for one day only, you can pick a Zenfone 2 up via […]

Google Announce Purchase Of Time-Management iOS App Timeful

Google Announce Purchase Of Time-Management iOS App Timeful

If you are an iPhone owner, then you are probably familiar with an app dubbed ‘Timeful’. This is an iOS only type app and as the name suggests is one with ‘time’ at the heart of its focus. Well, Google has announced today that they have now bought the company behind Timeful, Timeful Inc. For […]

Google+ Collections Feature Now Live On Mobile And Desktop

Google+ Collections Feature Now Live On Mobile And Desktop

Over the last few months, there has been much speculation surrounding Google+, whether Google were planning to change Google+, revamp it or even abandon the service altogether. The latter of these rumors seems to be the result of reports suggesting the number of users generated by Google+ is lower than Google wants or should be. Well, […]

What to Expect from the Second Generation Google Glass

What to Expect from the Second Generation Google Glass

Google Glass has been around for a few years, starting with Sergey Brin skydiving at Google I/O a few years ago in San Francisco. Google had opened up the Explorer program. Which basically allowed developers to pay $1500 for the wearable, although you did need to be invited. At first glance, many thought this was […]