Mobile Websites: The Future of Business Websites

To any business, a mobile website is as important as a website itself. More and more users have begun to look for solutions on the go, and it is likely that this population would soon surpass conventional desktop visitors. This phenomenon could turn out advantageous to regional businesses, especially, which focus on providing locality-based services and solutions because almost a third of the local searches are done on mobile devices.

But the commonly misunderstood notion about a mobile website is that it is as good as a regular website, resized to fit into . . . → Read More: Mobile Websites: The Future of Business Websites

LG to take over webOS from HP

LG to take over webOS from HP

The webOS software found a new home.

The famous webOS software of Hewlett-Packard is already sold to LG Electronics, a South Korean electronics company.

On Monday, the deal was announced by HP, which has gotten the company off of the centerpiece of its unfortunate purchase of $1.8 billion for Palm Inc. three years ago.

In 2011, HP used webOS as the facilitator into the tablet computer and smartphone market as well. However, the company immediately got rid of the mobile devices that runs on the software along with the failing revenues. As a result, HP decided to stop the development . . . → Read More: LG to take over webOS from HP

iPhone 5 takes fifth place in U.S. consumer satisfaction survey

iPhone 5 takes fifth place in U.S. consumer satisfaction survey

On Monday, results from a recent survey presented that iPhone 5 ranks as the fifth placer in customer satisfaction.

The survey was conducted by OnDevice Research, a mobile device research group, wherein they asked about 320,000 tablet and smartphone users from six different countries on how they are contented with their devices. In the poll, 93,825 people from U.S.A. said that Motorola Atrix HD is the most satisfying and Droid Razr from Motorola got the second rank. For the third rank, Rezound 4G of HTC Corp. and next to it is Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2. It is a surprising note . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 takes fifth place in U.S. consumer satisfaction survey

New Playing Options to Top for Upcoming PS4

New Playing Options to Top for Upcoming PS4

There will be new playing options for the upcoming PS4.

According to a source who had talks with Japan-based news outleet, Sony’s rumored PS4 is designed to turn the product into a “living room nerve center.”

Although there are rumors that the PlayStation 4 is something more of a driving force for graphics, there are reports saying that upgrades will be set aside in favor of the more agreeable new playing options. With this, the company will probably plan in creating a mass of new options for playing for its anticipated next console to be revealed on Febraury 20, as . . . → Read More: New Playing Options to Top for Upcoming PS4

Samsung vs. Apple still on fire in EU

Samsung vs. Apple still on fire in EU

Today, Samsung Electronics Co. has restrained attempts in seeking sales bans on its biggest competitor Apple Inc. on the company’s iPad and iPhone in Europe with the use of patents associated with wireless standards. This is a step looked into as an effort to calm down regulators who are investigating the use of Samsung to those particular patents.

This move has been brought upon by the heels of a refusal from a California judge to block sales of a lot of mobile devices of Samsung that a jury found to have infringed a number of Apple patents just this summer.

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Want a Surge in your Business? It’s Time to Create a Mobile Website

Mobile Website

The internet; it has not only changed our world, but the way we do business as well. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that we make sure that we do everything in our power to tap into this vast goldmine of potential customers; thereby, not only increasing profits, but our dominance in the market as well.

In recent years, many businesses worldwide have started focusing on mobile web development, and the reason is pretty simple—if you want to expand your reach, you got to be where the world is heading! That’s right, smartphones have literally outrun . . . → Read More: Want a Surge in your Business? It’s Time to Create a Mobile Website

iPhone and Google close rivalries in market share for Q3

iPhone and Google close rivalries in market share for Q3

A report from the research firm IDC, the Android software for mobile devices of Google was running on 75 percent of shipped smartphones during the third quarter, at the same time as it is leading over its biggest rival Apple.

The iOS of Apple widely used in its iPhones only ranked second with a market share of only fifteen percent. The new iPhone did not come out until late in the third quarter. On the other hand, Samsung Electronics Co. and other makers of Android had major launches earlier.

According to the report of IDC, gains came largely at the . . . → Read More: iPhone and Google close rivalries in market share for Q3