Mobile

Can We Avoid the Mobile Bandwidth Drought?

Smartphones, our addiction to mobile apps, and broadband gluttony are all putting us on a path to wireless broadband scarcity. We've all experienced it on our Smartphones: long waits for buffering videos, apps that hiccup when your Net connection cuts out, and WebPages that take forever to load. According to experts, what we are experiencing… Continue reading Can We Avoid the Mobile Bandwidth Drought?

Android, Mobile

Will Google-Motorola deal drive Microsoft toward HTC or Nokia?

Google buying Motorola Mobility is destined to cause a major shake-up in the Android ecosystem, but it’s also going to reverberate across the entire mobile space. In light of Apple’s success in vertical integration and Hewlett-Packard buying Palm, the Google-Motorola deal could now force Microsoft to buy out one of its hardware partners in order… Continue reading Will Google-Motorola deal drive Microsoft toward HTC or Nokia?

Blackberry, Mobile

Do you think there are solid reasons to keep the Faith in RIM, BlackBerry?

Times are tough for BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion (RIM). But maybe there are some reasons why it's still too early to count RIM out? LI professionals have different opinions on this point: «I've lost faith in them - look to be a "one-hit wonder". They dominated the business device market for over a decade with… Continue reading Do you think there are solid reasons to keep the Faith in RIM, BlackBerry?

Sharepoint, Silverlight

Silverlight in SharePoint: Overview and a View on the Future

In the beginning there was SharePoint, a platform for collaboration and content management. It allows people to work together. It’s an easy task to set up a site where people can share information and manage documents from start to finish. SharePoint 2007 was already good, but SharePoint 2010 is even better. New features such as… Continue reading Silverlight in SharePoint: Overview and a View on the Future

Gaming, Mobile

Mobile games development : shift fast or you will be left in the dust

Mobile gaming has really taken off in the past few years and continue to growth. The numbers are impressive. Mobile phone and tablet gaming sales in the U.S. reached $898 million in 2010 according to some forecasts revenues will reach $1.6 billion by 2015. Let`s try to list key trends in mobile games developmet that… Continue reading Mobile games development : shift fast or you will be left in the dust