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Google Cloud Platform Updates - Articles (March - April 2015)

I have covered several feature/service announcements on Google Cloud Platform, Android, Web via short blog posts. These posts are published on ProgrammableWeb. These posts covers news on March – April 2015 timeline. 36 more words

Cloud Computing

#mobilegeddan is coming.

So you’ve probably heard that #mobilegeddan is coming to Google with a brand new algorithm update, but what does that mean for you as a blog owner? 302 more words


Android 6.0 to be named Milkshake, Muffin or Marshmallow?

Almost everybody expected Android 4.4 to be called ‘Key Lime Pie’ to be in mouth watering alphabetical sequence of world’s most popular smartphone OS. There were also rumours that next release of Android will be named ‘Kaju Katli’, which is most sought after Indian sweet, but Google named it Kitkat. 51 more words


Nokia Plots 2016 Return to Phone Market

Four years ago, Stephen Elop, Nokia’s then-CEO, described the company as a man at the edge of a burning platform. While its rivals had set the phone market on fire, Nokia had poured gasoline on its own platform by failing to acknowledge that newcomers Apple and Google had changed the game. 931 more words


Reliance offering IPL special bonus data

After the success of its world cup special bonus data offering where Rcom gave extra data on select recharges (on specific days when India played) and credited data based on the number of runs scored by team India, it has now launched the same offer with new packaging of IPL and offers an even sweeter deal with the bonus being 3MB per run scored by the winning team. 164 more words


Detecting a mobile browser

In the growing mobile internet world, it is necessary to make your application mobile browser friendly.

I am working on client project where client has some specific requirement when application is open in mobile device browser. 334 more words


Mobile Testing - A New Frontier

Like many things in life, there really is no “right” answer to how to test mobile usability.  Of course there are tools, tips, best practices, and so forth, but when it really comes down to it – we are still explorers in a new frontier that seems to have an ever-changing landscape. 225 more words