Tag: iphone

Andiamo Corp. (ANDI: OTC Link) | Action App Corporation (OTC: ANDI) Exceeds 20 Million App Downloads

| January 22, 2013

Action App Corporation (OTC: ANDI) Exceeds 20 Million App Downloads Jan 22, 2013 OTC Disclosure & News Service St Petersburg, FL – January 22, 2013 (St Petersburg, FL) – Andiamo Corporation (OTC: ANDI), announced that it has reached a significant milestone for their business when their 20 millionth App was downloaded. “Exceeding 20 million downloads

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Is there ever a ‘best time’ to upgrade your Android smartphone? (Appolicious)

| February 22, 2012

After two years with my trusty Droid Incredible on Verizon, I’m finally eligible to upgrade (at a reasonable cost) my Android smartphone.

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Google+ iOS update brings instant upload for photo and video (Appolicious)

| February 17, 2012

Google updated its iOS app to add a new search tool and some minor tweaks, but the big news is the introduction of a service Android users already love: instant upload. If there’s one thing almost all smartphone users have in common, it’s that we use the camera and our social networks to share snaps and video. Doing so on Google+ is now a lot easier for iPhone users

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Yelp Set to Go Public March 2 in $100 Million IPO [REPORT]

| February 17, 2012

Yelp’s $100 million IPO is set for March 2, according to a report. Dow Jones is reporting the company plans to sell 7.15 million shares to the public at $12 to $14 each.

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IPO plan for China bear bile company sparks ire

| February 17, 2012

SHANGHAI (AP) — A share listing plan by a company that sells tonics made with bear bile has provoked a storm of criticism in China ‘s online media from animal rights groups and celebrities . Reports Friday said dozens of well-known entertainers, writers and other celebrities signed a petition to the China Securities Regulatory Commission urging it to withhold approval for the initial public offering by Guizhentang, a Chinese medicines maker.

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Rugged iPhone case designed for extreme sports needs a kickstart (Yahoo! News)

| February 16, 2012

Are you a self-confessed klutz or an

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Study suggests iTunes App Store apps leak private data more than unauthorized ones (Appolicious)

| February 15, 2012

The latest controversy surrounding Apple and its iOS devices concerns apps and what they do with your personal data. A new report from Forbes suggests apps given the green light to be downloaded by Apple are more likely to upload your personal data than those found in unauthorized app stores

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Hipmunk Android app takes the agony out of your next flight or hotel reservation (Appolicious)

| February 15, 2012

Flight-finder apps may be a dime a dozen, but Hipmunk adds something a little interesting to the mix. As well as being a reliable way to search for and discover flights, it uses a complex algorithm to work out how ‘agonizing’ your chosen route may be, depending on the airports you’re traveling through and the airline you choose. A recent update to Hipmunk means you can also use it to search for hotels.

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BlackBerry knocked again as another US agency opts for the iPhone (Digital Trends)

| February 15, 2012

We don’t know exactly what the former Research In Motion co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie have been doing since they stepped down from the top job last month, but if they want to keep their stress levels down, it’s probably wiser for them to take regular strolls in the local park than spend too much time reading the news. According to a Bloomberg report on Tuesday, the US government’s main procurement agency, the General Services Administration (GSA), will begin issuing its employees with iPhones alongside Blackberry devices. GSA spokesperson Deborah Ruiz told Bloomberg that any of its more than 12,000 employees will be able to ask for Apple or Android devices if the phones have applications that will allow them to work more efficiently.

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7 Marketing Lessons From RIM’s Failures (Mashable)

| February 10, 2012

Alex Goldfayn is CEO of the Evangelist Marketing Institute. His new book is called Evangelist Marketing: What Apple, Amazon and Netflix Understand About Their Customers (That Your Company Probably Doesn’t). You remember, don’t you

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