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Uppsite takes your business to mobile in a beautiful way

Published #mobile, #business, #site, #web, #website

https://www.uppsite.com/ lets you turn your website into a mobile site within a couple of minutes. Great for businesses that want to reach mobile customers. Here I get a look at its latest offering and find out more about what they do for businesses that want to get on mobile.

https://www.uppsite.com/ lets you turn your website into a mobile site within a couple of minutes. Great for businesses that want to reach mobile customers. Here I get a look at its latest offering and find out more about what they do for businesses that want to get on mobile.

What a simple, great, presentation tool for iPads: Haiku Deck

Published #presentation, #powerpoint, #demo, #speech, #tool, #ipad, #mobile

http://haikudeck.com/ is a great way to create simple presentations for iPads. Very nice. You've gotta see this Seattle-based company. http://haikudeck.com/

http://haikudeck.com/ is a great way to create simple presentations for iPads. Very nice. You've gotta see this Seattle-based company. http://haikudeck.com/

Saga shows off what Google Glasses could do (albeit today)

Published #context, #agent, #intelligent, #companion, #mobile, #iphone

Saga is a new kind of app. It studies what you do. How you do it. When you do it. Where you do it. Who you do it with. It's an app that studies your context and builds an intelligent companion.

Yes, it's iPhone only today, but will come to Android soon.

Here founder Andy Hickl shows me the app and explains to me what it does, and how it'll protect my privacy. Sign up for it at http://www.getsaga.com/

Saga is a new kind of app. It studies what you do. How you do it. When you do it. Where you do it. Who you do it with. It's an app that studies your context and builds an intelligent companion. Yes, it's iPhone only today, but will come to Android soon. Here founder Andy Hickl shows me the app and explains to me what it does, and how it'll protect my privacy. Sign up for it at http://www.getsaga.com/

In-depth look at contextual SDK from Qualcomm

Published #context, #sdk, #developer, #programming, #mobile, #wireless

Context. It's the next frontier. Your mobile phone will know a lot more about you. Not just where you are, but what you are doing. What you are looking at, and more. Why does this matter? Here Ian Heidt, who runs the Gimbal team, talks to me about Qualcomm's new SDK. Learn more at http://www.gimbal.com

Context. It's the next frontier. Your mobile phone will know a lot more about you. Not just where you are, but what you are doing. What you are looking at, and more. Why does this matter? Here Ian Heidt, who runs the Gimbal team, talks to me about Qualcomm's new SDK. Learn more at http://www.gimbal.com

PCMag's Editor's Choice: a hard drive that backs itself up

Published #hard, #drive, #storage, #safe, #backup, #mobile

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2406513,00.asp announced that Seagate had gotten blessed by PC Magazine for its Backup Plus hard drive. This is a drive that comes with cloud computing built in: it backs itself up. Hear how here.

Waze gets you gassed up (the best crowd-sourced traffic app just got better)

Published #traffic, #mobile, #app, #map, #local, #navigate, #cops, #plan, #route

Waze is a traffic app. You know, a map system. But why do we need it when we have Google Maps, the new Apple maps, Nokia maps, Bing maps, and other systems to get around? Well, Waze uses all of us to make the system better. You can report accidents to others. Let everyone know about hazards, or cops, but now they added a cool feature that can actually save you money. What is it? They show you gas prices on the map and even made a deal with a ton of US gas stations to save Waze'rs money. Get it at http://www.waze.com/

Kibits brings easier to figure out privacy and groups to mobile

Published #Mobile, #social, #sharing, #photos, #locations, #dropbox

Figuring out how to distribute photos to, say, just your bowling league buddies, is often tough on Google+ or Facebook. Here Kibits tries to give us much better groups on mobile devices and ways to distribute stuff from photos to Dropbox items. Get it at http://kibits.com/ for Android and iOS.

Mobile app developers: design and deploy A/B tests with Swrve

Published #mobile, #app, #development, #testing, #iteration

http://swrve.com/ Ever needed to do an A/B test of your mobile app? You can use Swrve to figure out how to optimize your app for different users, all without getting engineering involved. Here's how.

Play the news with Scoople.it

Published #news, #information, #app, #mobile

http://www.scoople.it/ is a cool news service that doesn't just aggregate the news. It lets you play a game about the news on your iPhone which then brings you better news in the future. What is that all about? Here the founders explain it. I've been enjoying playing this and answering questions about the news.

Developers: crowd-source your testing of Android phones

http://applover.me/ is a new service that helps developers test and get info about making their apps work on Android's many different devices. If you are a mobile developer, will you use this?

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