• Getting Past the Protectors of the App Store

    Ever done a great job at something and waited for weeks for any sort of feedback? Worse, ever created something and had it rejected for no intelligible reasons? Most of us have. Particularly, those who have had to submit mobile applications for review to the one intimidating entity that must…

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  • Visualizing enterprise data on mobile devices

    Data has never been more important for a business as it is today. At the same time, it has never been more confounding for businesses to be able to interpret the data in a way that contributes to the organization’s progress. For data to be interpreted in the right way,…

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  • Product Announcement: Import your customer reviews to your ContractIQ Profile, in under a minute!

    Customer Reviews are important credibility artifacts. You earn the old-fashioned way – Do a good job. Do it consistently. At ContractIQ.com, we want to give you one more place to showcase and flaunt your customer reviews. Introducing ‘Imported Reviews’ – A one-minute import of your existing customer reviews! I’m sure most…

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  • Mobile Gaming – An introduction to top players and revenue models

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    If you’re travelling through an Asian country, take a look around you when you’re in a crowded public space where people are waiting for a certain event to take place. For instance, commuters in an underground rail transport system waiting to reach their destination. Almost everyone will have a similar…

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  • (Guest Post) Mobile Point of Sales Systems – The basics of getting it right.

    So you are new retailer and are thinking of investing in POS (Point of Sale) Systems. Your friends in business rave about iPad and it’s versatility. They tell how easy it is to use one as the POS interface. Before you go iPad shopping here’s what you need to consider.…

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  • Developing mobile apps for children

    Recently, an article claiming that Steve Jobs and other tech personalities are ‘low-tech parents’ has been doing the rounds on most publishing and social networking sites. While it has raised the never ending debate of how much time children should spend on computers and mobile devices, the undeniable truth is…

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  • The mobile business intelligence landscape

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    Imagine you had to run an obstacle course. But you had to do it without any kind of sensory perception. Also, you were expected to succeed, or at least you really wanted to. That’s exactly what it’s like when you run your mobility business without any sort of insight. The…

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  • Are All Accelerators Decelerators?

    Hari, a smart and very savvy early-stage entrepreneur, emailed me to ask if it was worth joining a well-known accelerator. I texted an emphatic “No!” We then spoke to each other for over 30 minutes and I don’t recall having made such an impassioned argument. I almost felt like it…

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  • BYOD: The Spy Who Tracked Me

    Have you ever considered the effect that desserts have on those with sweet teeth? The only thing that fills their thoughts is the wonderful effect that the saccharine devils have on their taste buds rather than the havoc created with blood sugar levels.  It’s a similar story with BYOD. The…

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  • Minimum Viable Product for mobile apps: an impractical approach?

    If you’re an entrepreneur in the process of building a new mobile app, you’ve probably done your research on the best approach for it. In your research, you’re almost certain to have come across the Minimum Viable Product approach popularized by Eric Ries. The MVP approach is all about developing a…

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