Steve Jobs Sent This Email To A Startup Who Helped Design One Of The First iPad Apps

How do you know whether or not your iOS app is going to be a hit? Getting an email from Steve Jobs is probably a strong indicator.
Ashish Toshniwal, the 31-year-old CEO of app design firm Y Media Labs, told Business Insider about how one of the first iPad apps his startup helped create impressed the late Apple CEO and co-founder. continue

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Polimi: giro d’affari da 1,9 miliardi per il New Internet italiano 

Mercato media in calo del 5%. Ma la componente “online” balza in avanti del 18% grazie a smartphone, video, social network e app. E si crescerà ancora. Rangone: “Serve un cambiamento culturale-organizzativo”

Apps Versus Mobile Web – Business Insider 

Since Apple kicked off the modern smartphone app era in 2008 with the App Store, there’s been a debate over what will win in mobile: apps or mobile sites?

Well, smartphone and tablet users have spoken. And it’s not even close. Mobile users spend far more time using apps than they do browsing mobile sites on their devices.

India: The Elephant in the Room for Mobile Developers? 

If you were to launch a mobile app or game today, what markets would you go after? Common sense would say US, Japan, China, UK, South Korea, Germany, Taiwan and Australia as these are the countries at the top of revenue charts for mobile developers. However, going by this list leaves out the elephant in the room: India.

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From this Car Repair App 

There are few relationships that require more trust and honesty than that between you and your mechanic. When you move to a new place or buy a new model of car, you need someone you can rely on and whose business practices are ethical. You can ask your friends, or hope the Yelp reviews are honest, but what if you want something more substantial to base your mechanic choice on?

7 Hot Apps That Will Skyrocket Your Productivity at Work 

Times they are a-changin’.

Recently I decided it was time to welcome my mom to the future, so I took the initiative and I activated my vintage iPhone 4 under her number. In all its shattered glory, it felt like I was bringing Frankenstein back to life (it’s aliiiive).