You may have a wonderful (perhaps even fairly new) website, but is it as up to date as it can be?
Many web developers have their tried and tested ways of building a website. They’ll open up Photoshop, or similar, create a 960 pixel-wide canvas and throw everything at it, until they and their customer are happy with the look. This then gets cut up and a template or HTML site is created and checked in the latest versions of Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari and so on.
So, how about mobile? Do you know what your website looks like on an iPhone, iPad, Android or Windows Mobile? Read More
…A non-geek’s perpective!
Try to remember, how many Instant Messaging services we had a few years back? GTalk, Yahoo, AIM, ICQ, Live and many more I don’t even remember! IM was very popular.
I recently read M G Seigler’s (@parislemon on Twitter) post on Decreasing Dependency on Emails. Well, that would be largely true but for me. Emails are still valid and a recent development in a tech community, in which I am involved, confirms that for me at least. Read More
You know I have to. I just couldn’t leave Matt’s post about the PlayBook stand as it is!
Firstly, yes, you’re making some valid points with regards to hardware, size and pricing. I would also like to see how the 7 inch size of this and similar tablets holds up in an Apple-dominated market. Fair enough. But I am not sure that’s what it’s all about for RIM. Read More
BlackBerry’s PlayBook tablet will go on sale in the first quarter of next year for “under $500″, according to BlackBerry co-CEO Jim Balsillie. Speaking to Bloomberg, he said that the 7-inch tablet “will be very competitively priced.” Read More