Uncensored by Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Google, the Mobile Tech Report 2014 is now available for your Kindle, Nook and Android devices. Of course Apple rejected it since it actually mentioned other technology providers besides Apple. There’s no tolerance for other technology in the iOS walled garden. On the other hand if you have a non-Apple e-Reader, then you can see what they don’t want to.
The big news in Apple-land was the landing of iOS 7 and its removal of skeuomorphic design features. Skeuomorphic features made the screen elements resemble things in the real world. With iOS 7 it’s back to minimalism. Love it or hate it, it’s different.
So it’s no surprise that the AddTo Travel folks would be revamping their apps for iOS 7. About half have been released by now with the rest of the upgrades to come. You can read the AddTo Travel upgrade post here.
It’s not even Halloween, let alone Thanksgiving or Christmas, but all holidays seem to arrive in stores earlier and earlier, so why not year end predictions? Why not start predicting what will happen next year as soon as the Christmas decorations arrive in stores?
PDXmobile did just that and here are their predictions for the mobile technology industry in 2014. It’s a year you won’t want to miss.
Happy or not, your pocket may be ringing with technology. Who are your friends in this new mobile happy tech landscape? PDXmobile.com has been trying to figure that out. Check out the new blog post on your tech friends.
Nice post at AddToTravel.com about a sweet review of AddTo Seattle. More of that AddTo love abounding. What a wonderful world.
Big news from the folks at AddToTravel.com.
AddTo apps are now available on the Amazon Kindle. Yes that means bring your Kindle with you when you travel. With AddTo apps not only can you can read and write about the place, but you can use the AddTo map to navigate and find your way around.
Amazon uses Nokia maps instead of Google maps. Nokia bought Navteq for $8.1 billion a few years ago just to get their map technology and now you can experience it on your Kindle using AddTo apps. Awesome.