HTML5 vs. Apps: Here’s Why The Debate Matters, And Who Will Win
Business Insider, businessinsider.com
HTML5 is a new technology that allows developers to build rich
web-based apps that run on any device via a standard web browser.
Many think it will save the web, rendering native
platform-dependent apps obsolete.
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My iPhone apps as of February 2010 (Photo credit: dougbelshaw)
Study: Transit Apps Make Us Happier Commuters
By Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan, fastcodesign.com
A study of two crowdsourcing apps suggests that a better digital infrastructure for
commuters could improve urban transit overall.
We know that we tend to be happiest when we’re communicating with and helping those around us. But could th…
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Description: F Train, Manhattan-bound, 17 May 2005 9:25am. New York’s subway ridership comprises much of the city’s newspaper readership base. Location: New York (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Who Needs Cable? 3 iPad Apps That Glue Me To My TV
John Paul Titlow, readwrite.com
The Internet may be changing TV, but it is nowhere close to completely disrupting it.Why’s that? In a word, content.Web videos can rack up millions of views (and millions of dollars), but the Web isn’t yet giving us content as compelling as Downto…
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History, A&E, and Lifetime Channel apps for iPad let anyone watch current episodes for free
By Dante D’Orazio, theverge.com
It may continue to be a pain for cable subscribers to watch television when mobile, but the situation should be a bit improved now that apps for the History Channel, A&E, and Lifetime are available for iPad. The apps allow anyone —…
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