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25Feb2012

Apple looks to Chomp to improve App Store discovery

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With more than 550,000 apps, finding the right app in Apple’s App Store can be a challenge for some. Though the App Store is still ahead of rival Android Market in discovery features, Apple clearly sees a need to ramp up and improve the way it helps consumers pick through its growing collection of apps.
25Feb2012

Nokia is the largest Windows Phone maker in the world, after one quarter

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While we can’t really say that we’re surprised, Nokia has snagged the top spot for Windows Phonedevices. Strategy Analytics reports that the Finnish smartphone maker now sits atop the global charts for the Microsoft mobile OS after being in the game for just one quarter. Nokia overtook HTC and Samsung to claim a 33% market share with 0.9 million out
24Feb2012

The most popular Greece mobile travel guides keeps getting bigger

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Rethymno destination is added to LifeThink Travel Guides. These guides show you what other guides only tell you. Browse through amazing images and feel the atmosphere of the place. All you need to know about Rethymno quickly and easy in your phone. Extensive amounts of   information so as the traveller gets acquainted with the place. These
23Feb2012

College offers course in iPhone photography

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Summary: London colleges are planning to offer a first in photography – a course dedicated to the iPhone. Do smartphones have the capability to rival professional cameras like the DSLR? Perhaps not, but two London colleges are offering courses in support of iPhone photography. According to the BBC, London’s Kensington and Chelsea Colleges will be offering a course
23Feb2012

UK Government Pushes Health Apps For The People

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Doctors in the UK might soon be able to prescribe apps as well as drugs, following a government study that asked the public to nominate their own favorite health-related apps. The study, conducted last year, resulted in a list of 500 apps relating to health matters. Now the Health Minister, Andrew Lansley, said in a statement: “Innovation and