Category: Web Development

Ho, Ho, Ho: Track St. Nick On Google’s Santa Tracker

Ho, Ho, Ho: Track St. Nick On Google’s Santa Tracker

The Google Santa Tracker lets you follow Santa Claus as he delivers presents in real time.

Codecademy Launches ‘Cards’ To Teach You How To Program Your Own Holiday Greetings

Codecademy Launches ‘Cards’ To Teach You How To Program Your Own Holiday Greetings

The enterprising folks at Codecademy have been at work these past few days and this morning launched a pretty nifty new product called ‘Cards’ that lets you build, remix, and send your own custom holiday greetings in HTML and CSS.

With 140M+ Users, Skype Competitor Viber Launches “Send Location” Feature For iPhone, Android

With 140M+ Users, Skype Competitor Viber Launches “Send Location” Feature For iPhone, Android

Today Viber has hit another huge milestone, announcing that there are now over 140 million users on the service, and that’s only the beginning. According to the company, an additional 400,000 users join the service every day.

New App Optimizes Your iPhone Videos for YouTube

New App Optimizes Your iPhone Videos for YouTube

This afternoon YouTube announced a brand new app for iPhone and iPod touch called YouTube Capture that optimizes the camera on your device for shooting and uploading videos to YouTube.

Mobile Health Moves Forward: FDA Approves AliveCor’s Heart Monitor For The iPhone

Mobile Health Moves Forward: FDA Approves AliveCor’s Heart Monitor For The iPhone

San Francisco-based company is the maker of a low-cost, clinical-grade mobile heart monitor (fondly known as an electrocardiogram, or ECG, monitor) that fits over the back of your iPhone.

When Will We See the Final Version of HTML5?

When Will We See the Final Version of HTML5?

What will Web 3.0 look like? Tim Berners-Lee, the man credited with inventing the world wide web, insists it will be the Semantic Web – a personalized web of information resting upon a smart sea of standardized resources.

Social game players continue ditching desktops for mobile

Social game players continue ditching desktops for mobile

Mounting evidence points to mobile devices replacing social networks as the dominant platform for casual games — a trend underlined by audiences for the top Facebook titles shrinking rapidly.

Why Web Apps Will Crush Native Apps

Why Web Apps Will Crush Native Apps

Over five years ago (on January 9th, 2007, for those of us who are counting), Steve Jobs released the original iPhone. At the time, the only apps on the iPhone were the ones that came pre-installed (think stocks, calculator and YouTube).

6 Must-Download Apps of 2012

6 Must-Download Apps of 2012

Here are must-download apps of 2012 so far.

What Developers Can Learn From Top Mobile Apps

What Developers Can Learn From Top Mobile Apps

When it comes to mobile app design and development, the best way to learn is often by observing what works in successful apps.

New HTML5 ‘Prometheus’ Training Center Shows Off Power of the Web

New HTML5 ‘Prometheus’ Training Center Shows Off Power of the Web

Microsoft is continuing to push the boundaries of HTML5 with a new interactive website for Ridley Scott’s upcoming film Prometheus.

Is Mobile Computing Good For Productivity?

Is Mobile Computing Good For Productivity?

Consultant Deborah Lovich could be accomplishing the management feat of the mobile era. She’s convinced hundreds of agile-thumbed, on-at-all-hours colleagues to put down their smart phones and stop working or checking e-mail all evening long.