It’s a brand new Year! Over the last five years we have all seen a massive change in how we use technology in our Digital Lives. We have progressed from PCs, to Social Media, to Devices and we are surrounding ourselves with Internet of Things (watches, health bands, smart carts, connected TVs, smart health and smart homes). […]
Pulling more data from IBM’s awesome stats from Christmas 2014 Holiday Traffic, you can see how Mobile and desktop are now jockeying for our eyeballs.
I hope you had a great Christmas. Guess what? Mobile did, too. The following stats are pulled from IBM’s Marketing Group. They reflect the continued surge for consumers using mobile as tool for buying and transacting online. Christmas Day saw strong mobile sales. Here are the key Christmas Day 2014 trends reported by the IBM […]
The Internet of Things is a buzzword that has been around for a couple of years. But what the heck does it mean and why should you care? Essentially, the Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to any device that can connect without wires: phones, tablets and watches are the first generation IoT. The next generation […]
With Christmas falling on a Thursday, it is giving many folks the time for a longer Holiday – throw in a couple of days vacation for good measure and you are looking at three weekends and 10 business days for the tidy sum of half-dozen days of PTO! Is there a better time to celebrate? […]
A trend is defined in Merriam-Webster as: a general direction in which something is developing or changing. The following chart is from Business Insider “The Future of Digital“, an annual peak at where the tech industry is and where it is going. It is a brilliant PowerPoint. There are few slides I’d like to focus […]
2015 is almost here, so it is that time of year where we must all dust of our crystal balls and gaze at the future to make predictions for what is coming. So, with that said, here are my Top 5 predictions. As always, let me know what you think in the comments below. Number 5 – Apple Watch […]
The end of the day we need both, but it is always good to keep a close eye on the mobile web vs native app argument. The following infographic explains the pros and cons. To be clear, I think you need both web and app to be successful – just don’t make them the same […]
The following video explains how you can use jQuery Mobile to create responsive design experiences. You can download the supporting files for this video here.
A big problem for PhoneGap apps, since the release of iOS 7, is hiding the Status Bar across the top of your app. In this tutorial you will learn how you can hide the Status Bar in Xcode 5. The Property to hide the status bar is: View controller-based status bar appearance