Why Android Application Development?

Android is an operating system for smart phones and other mobile devices. It was developed by the Open Handset Alliance led by Google. More than 550,000 Android devices are activated every day in the world. Also, the number of Android-related applications downloaded is a whooping 3 billion applications. Android application development is getting popular and… Continue reading »

2 interesting iPhone apps

Apple’s newest iPhone was launched. In this Blog, I would like to showcase two Interesting iPhone apps. Vital sign monitoring app Researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute led by Ki Chon are turning smart phones, and eventually tablet devices, into sophisticated medical monitors able to capture and transmit vital physiological data. The application, analyzes video clips… Continue reading »

Agile – Sets up time-boxed iterations and provides a decent feedback loop!

Gone are those copy-writer days where I have spent 3 hours on impact analysis document when I’ve changed a few lines of C++ code. When I co-founded XMinds, I was very clear on the process we are going to use and thus we adopted Agile where extreme change is the mantra and adapting to change… Continue reading »

iPhone 4S is there instead of iPhone 5

Apple‘s newest iPhone was launched complete with a built-in Virtual Personal Assistant & a more powerful camera. However, it failed to enthuse investors & users, alike.     The iPhone 4S is identical in form to iPhone 4, but delivers as much as twice the processing power and seven times faster graphics than the iPhone… Continue reading »

WhatsApp is an alternative to sending bulk SMS

Sending SMS is one of the most common methods of communication, today. There are occasions when a common SMS is sent to lot of people. Companies also send bulk messages to share information with their customers. There have been several instances like the 9/11 WTC attack or the 26/11 Mumbai blasts, etc. when SMSs proved… Continue reading »

Why Smartphone Application Development stand to gain?

A Smartphone is a mobile phone like Android, Blackberry, iPhone, or Symbian which has PC-like functionality. All Smartphones run operating system software which provides a standardized user interface and platform for software applications. In fact, Smartphones are miniature computers that have phone capabilities. Applications or Apps are software products built for Apple iPhone, Android, BlackBerry… Continue reading »

What is a Tech Startup?

A Start-up, usually a newly created company, is an entrepreneurial-driven organisation formed to search for a scalable Business model. They are associated with low operating costs, high risk, and high ROI . Successful Startups are more scalable than a regular business. So, what is a Tech Startup? A Startup whose value is based on technology… Continue reading »

Why Mobile Marketing?

India is the fastest-growing Mobile phone market in the world, with more than 700 million subscribers.There are more than 300 million mobile phones for a population of 312 million people in the US. It is also reported that there are more than 5 billion mobile subscribers around the world. The rate of adoption for Mobile… Continue reading »

The Rise & Rise of Local Search Marketing

It is a fact that a lot of people have abandoned phone books and yellow pages and are now actively pursuing Google and other search engines to find local businesses. A recent survey from Pew Research says that the Internet plays an increasingly large role in providing local information for 79 % of all online… Continue reading »

South Korea’s Virtual Grocery Stores

UK-based Retailer Tesco, has embarked on a new way of Selling their goods. Albeit not in UK, but South Korea. Earlier, Tesco did all to show Koreans that it is a local operation, including changing it’s name to Homeplus. Homeplus was already the Second largest retailer in the country. However, Homeplus targeted to be no.… Continue reading »