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research  usability  tools  web  mobile 
19 minutes ago by horshacktest
Mobile ad blocking is becoming a bigger threat - Digiday
“Right now, the common perception in the market is there’s no advertising without tracking,” said von Wersch. “Deactivating tracking in the browser is a de facto ad blocker. That could dramatically increase the ad-blocking problem.”
adblocking  mobile 
1 hour ago by ronnussey
Emailing avec Sarbacane, Solution Newsletter & Email Marketing
Créez, Envoyez, Automatisez et Mesurez les résultats de vos campagnes marketing Email et SMS. L’application n°1 en France.
newsletter  email  mobile 
1 hour ago by mandarine
Flutter - Beautiful native apps in record time
Flutter is Google’s mobile app SDK for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source.
mobile  android  ios 
12 hours ago by wheely
Cycle of Life – Raph's Website
This talk was presented at an event hosted by Next Games in Helsinki, Finland. Alas, there is no recording or transcript.
gaming  raphkoster  mobile  gamedevelopment 
17 hours ago by DirkSonguer
Musings on Mobile Software, Nokia's Downward Spiral
A few weeks after the fateful Feb ‘11 announcements I wrote about “What Happened to Nokia”, it got picked up by some fairly big tech news sites and 10s of thousands of people read (or at least visited, it was a pretty long blog) what I had to say.

Now that the Windows Phone strategy is not working out as well as planned and yet more cuts have killed off Nokia’s next generation platform for the low end (codenamed Meltemi, think bada competitor but much better), I’m writing some final thoughts on the topic and then moving on.  I say final because I really don’t expect Nokia to be very relevant for a whole lot longer, certainly not returning to their former glory.  The data collected by Asymco is pretty compelling in this instance.

Tomi Ahonen has recently posted an incredibly long public assault on Stephen Elop’s management.  I think he goes too far in blaming Elop for everything, Nokia was in a pretty bad shape before he arrived.  However, he has made a bad situation much worse and I think the conclusion is essentially correct, Elop and most of the board need sacking for almost completely destroying the company.
mobile  nokia  software  technology 
18 hours ago by DirkSonguer

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