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Walgreens to Shut Down Drugstore.com; Google’s paid clicks jump 37% in Q2

Where the jobs are: America’s pot industry; Chipotle in Bed? USC Students Transform College Dining; A new app from Channels brings live TV to your iOS device; Google iOS app gets better listening skills for voice searches & newly added features; Relax, and Let a Millennial Do Your Job; This group of 60 million Facebook […]

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Sober @Daybreak EDM: "A Healthier Kind Of Hedonism"; l I Left Android for iOS—And I Regret It

Yelp! About anything except Yelping about working for Yelp! “A Employee Who Complained About Not Earning Enough Money To Buy Food Is Swiftly, Savagely Fired From Yelp ; Feds: Apple’s Stand Against Us Is a ‘Marketing Strategy’; The Federal Reserve’s ‘breathtaking’ $7.7 trillion bank bailout; Break Up the Insulin Racket; How companies are using technology […]

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How much does it cost to be the default search engine on iOS?

Have you ever wondered how much it costs to be the default search engine on iOS? Well the answer is now public, and the number is one billion dollars. This information just came to light through information exposed via an ongoing legal battle between Google and Oracle. Apple received $1 billion from its rival in 2014, according […]

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7 Of The Luckiest Addresses In The Startup World

BIG NEWS in unwalling gardens: Facebook video now embeddable and GMAIL calendar to iPhone; 6 Rules for Building and Scaling Company Culture; Keyword Research and Analysis – Bill Hartzer; Google, Apple and others list demands for spying act changes; Bootstrapping to Big Bucks; Why Meerkat and Periscope Are the Biggest Things Since, Well, Twitter… and… […]

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How Dumb Apps Made For Smart Phones Let Your Wife Discover Your Girl Friend in Locked Screen Mode

Apple (The $700 Billion Company)just getting started— could sell 320 million iOS devices in 2016 while Apple Watch Will Become as Essential as IPhone Tim Cook Says; 12 Things Killer Employees Do Before Noon; Nudge Integrations And Why They Matter; Not Your Father’s 3D Printer; Branson’s Bot Buster Detects Mike Mann- “Human beings not human […]

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3 Great Sites For Learning How To Build iOS Apps (Updated for 2015)

As many of you know I’m a bit of a programming language geek. For a long time (or at least long for me) I’ve been interested in understanding which programming languages (and dev stacks) are the best for a specific application. In college I spent a lot of time in the world of C and […]

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Want to build iOS8 Apps? Teach yourself Swift, Swiftly

So Apple threw you for a loop and after you finally thought you had Objective-C mastered you learned that nobody cares about Objective-C anymore, we’re living in a Swift world. Scary right? First I want to let you know that learning Objective-C wasn’t a waste and every iOS developer should be an Objective-C geek. Yes, that’s […]

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Apple Announces Swift – A New Programming Language For iOS8

A lot of developers in San Francisco are still picking their jaws off the floor after Apple let out some big news, iOS8 apps are going to be written in a new programming language called Swift. According to TechCrunch it looks like Swift has only been in development for almost four years and it actually started […]

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Facebook Reads / Sells Your Private Messages … Rewards Zuck with $13 Billion

PLUS: 5 Tips for Making Social Media Work Together to Boost Your Reach; How to Trade Bitcoin (And If You Should); Franchising’s Hidden Benefit; You You Must Innovate or Perish; How to Lead People Who Have Never Followed and .. Mobile Statistics – On Christmas, Apple iOS drives five times more sales than Android –  […]

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WOWi! ZOWi (.ME) Is a Revolutionary and Refreshing Approach To Voice Search

Readers of this blog are no strangers to my endless evangelism of voice recognition technologies and predictions that with it would come the end of typing as we know it and keyboards would be exchanged for microphones as “speak-ins” replace “type-ins”. Having first worked with this technology and brought it to market over two decades […]

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