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Total Time Spend Using Mobile Web vs. Apps (October 2012)

Saw this today at BI website… Source: Apps More And More Important Than The Mobile Web (Business Intelligence). Original report by Nielsen. The above is self-explanatory… What I find ‘funny’ is that over time I have noticed that Business Intelligence’s opinion on “native…

The Eternal Debate — MoMo London Event on HTML5 v.s. Native (Sept 2012)

Image Source: Mobile App Testing Blog Seems that I missed a very good debate. I just read a blog on MoMo London event on HTML5 v.s. Native. Seems like an eternal debate. Today in 2012, I am still amazed we still are debating…

“The biggest mistake we made as a company was not investing enough on native.” — Zuckerberg (2012)

The title of this blog is not what Zuckerberg actually said, but is what he really meant. From TechCrunch Disrupt — Zuckerberg Shows He’s The Right Man For The Job: “The biggest mistake we made as a company was betting too much on…

Are we still talking about WORA?

A friend of mine who works at Phunware recently pointed me to their blog to read about a recent acquisition they have made; very cool, congrats. Then a recent blog post of theirs caught my eye (as it is a topic close to…

Mobile Apps in 2009: Local/Native, Mobile Web, App Stores

Happy 2009 New Year to all my readers. My first post of the year is about mobile applications: local/native vs. web, and app-stores. App-stores have been shifting the balance on application development and distribution (back) towards local/native applications. I don’t mean to undermine…

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