Tablets Are a Big Market for Media Companies
Posted by:Shyam Sundar October 29th, 2011
Ever since iPad launched in 2010, media consumption on tablets has been on the upswing. The graph has only gone up higher with the release of multifarious tablets through 2011, based on Android, QNX, and webOS operating systems. While the tablets themselves have seen varying degrees of success, they have all contributed to the growth in digital media … Continue reading “Tablets Are a Big Market for Media Companies”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao October 20th, 2011
Today’s consumers are all for mobility, portability, and ‘smaller is better’. The huge jump in smartphone and tablets over the last year proves the changing preferences of gadget users. With changing choices comes demand. What earlier users managed happily on their desktops and laptops, new gen consumers demand on their mobile devices … be it personal banking, catching the weather … Continue reading “Mobile Apps Migration – The Challenges”
Posted by:Monica Samuel October 18th, 2011
Android has grown from strength to strength over the last few years, with the open-source operating system being adopted by leading handset manufacturers including Samsung, HTC, Motorola, and LG. Android has also entered the tablet arena with the Honeycomb operating system but doesn’t have a stronghold there yet. A lot of Android’s popularity has to do with its … Continue reading “Why Developers and Manufacturers Love Android”
Posted by:Shyam Sundar October 13th, 2011
Google’s Android operating system (OS) for mobile devices has been a popular choice since its release. According to ComScore’s survey in US, ending August 2011, Android owns 43.7% of the smartphone market (a 15% rise from the last quarter), followed by Apple with 27.3%. In European Union (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK), ComScore’s report on smartphone … Continue reading “Android Leads the SmartPhone Market, Still Struggles with Tablets”
Posted by:Monica Samuel October 11th, 2011
Demand for IT professionals has gone up in finance and commerce industries in the first quarter of 2011, according to recruitment company Robert Walters. Though the demand does not equal the rate seen in the first quarter of 2010, it is way more than 2008 and 2009. demand for custom java development More financial companies have started investing in front-desk … Continue reading “Rising Demand of Java and C# Skills in Finance and Commerce in 2011”
Posted by:Monica Samuel October 7th, 2011
In a business environment where ‘cloud’ and ‘economic agility’ are becoming all-important words, Microsoft is readying to release Windows Server 8. This version is the most wide sweeping update since Windows 2000, being a cloud based operating system (OS) that can run standalone, on virtual machines on private data center clouds or public clouds hosted by partners. At the same … Continue reading “Windows Server 8 Is About Ease, Usability, and Security”
Posted by:Monica Samuel October 5th, 2011
Microsoft may be the world’s top operating system developer for PCs but as far as mobile devices go, it hasn’t made its mark. Windows Phone has been around for quite a while but has very few fans. According to Gartner’s analysis of global Q2 2011 smartphone sales, US market share of mobile operating systems is Android (43%), Symbian … Continue reading “Windows Phone Mango – Microsoft’s Deliverance?”

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