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STEM Curriculum Turned Into An Addictive [iOS] Game | Co.Design #STEM #apps

Levers, pulleys, and wheels—they’re tools that outline some of the most foundational principles in physics. But foundational principles are boring. What’s fun is using a lever to catapult a boulder at a castle, breaking down the bricks one by one to discover a dragon sleeping inside. 102 more words


Mary Meeker's internet trends 2015

If your life revolves around technology and the internet, you are in luck! Mary Meeker has released her 2015 internet trends, just in time for your weekend reading pleasure. 473 more words


Mobile First becoming Mobile Primary?

Does anyone else have concerns about services that require a mobile app before letting you use them in a browser?

Examples include Instagram and Inbox by Gmail. 281 more words


Expert Mobile Marketing Strategies That Really Work

In the world of mobile marketing, there are plenty of great resources available to both new and experienced marketing alike. There are many websites, programs, e-guides, books, videos, and other resources available. 17 more words


Cell phones are involved in an estimated 27 percent of all car crashes, says National Safety Council

Cell phones are involved in an estimated 27 percent of all car crashes, says National Safety Council
Source: National Safety Council

According to National Safety Council estimates, cell phone-related crashes have increased for the third consecutive year and now account for 27 percent of all crashes.

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Mobile internet to be worth more than Apple by 2018

The projected value of mobile internet is not at all surprising given the growth in mobile phone users to 5.2 billion, representing 73% of the world’s population, as reported in 

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Android Phone Factory Reset Feature is Flawed

An estimated 500 million Android phones don’t completely wipe data when their factory reset option is run, a weakness that may allow the recovery of login credentials, text messages, e-mails, and contacts. 154 more words

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