If you’re not sick of thinking about the end of Flash on mobile devices already, people are still writing stuff about it that’s worth reading: Adobe’s Mike Chambers gives several reasons for mobile Flash’s death, but the first he mentions is...
iPhone 4S owners still facing battery issues after Apple’s recent iOS update can rest a bit easier, as a recent test shows that the problem could still be fixed with future software updates, ZDNet reports.
MONACO -- With the recent introduction of the Open Graph Platform, Facebook has become a "massive distribution mechanism for video on the Web," says Christian Hernandez, Director of Platform Partnerships for Europe, Middle East and Africa, in this...
I’ve written before on 10 reasons Parents Should Not Send Their Kids to College and here is also Eight Alternatives to College but it’s occurred to me that the place where college has really hurt me the most was when it came to the real world, real life, how to make money, how to build a business, and then even how to survive when trying to build my business, sell it, and be happy afterwards. Here are the ten things that if I had learned them in college I probably would’ve saved/made millions of extra dollars, not wasted years of my life, and maybe would’ve even saved lives because I would’ve been so smart I would’ve been like an X-Man.
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We're hearing that Walmart Labs, the e-commerce arm of the American retail giant, has acquired an Sydney, Australia-based startup called Grabble. Grabble makes point-of-sale technology that ties in with consumers' mobile phones.
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