What I think this means: With the recent huge success of Amazon’s app store we are seeing some new emerging trends. The first is that the Apple app store has a real contender on there hands. The success of the Amazon app store also represents a threat to Android and Google. (this despite the fact that Amazon Kindle Fire uses a re-skinned Android operating system.)
Tags: #Android, #Kindle, iPad
Great Story for the app industry!
Great story on top business’s effected by new iPad!
The addition of the 5MP iSight camera is big news for construction workers, who will now be able to take the iPad onsite and take pictures and videos of work done, work to be continued, or to file reports on general building inventory.
Plus, with iCloud integration and the availability of apps like Vela, Dropbox, Box and Evernote, the user should be able to feed these results back to the office in just a few minutes.
Ok so first things first – everyone is raving about the higher resolution. What’s not to like when it comes to that? What else do we know? Well it also has a faster chipset, and it does not have the rumored SD Chip slot. So what is the most important thing about it – in my estimation? Well it WILL WORK on 4G LTE networks! So for you road warriors that depend on the iPad life just got a little better!
for more details I suggest you look here:http://nvonews.com/2012/03/08/ipad-3-review-all-you-need-to-know-about-its-specs-price/
Despite its long and boring name, Cisco’s “Visual Networking Index (VNI) Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update” is one of the more fascinating data-filled reports you’ll read this year. The report examines the dramatic growth we’re seeing in the mobile Internet space, including the massive demands for mobile data, the growth of mobile video, and the rise of the smartphone as new gateway to the web itself.
Globally, mobile data traffic grew 2.3-fold over 2011, more than doubling for the fourth year in a row. The traffic even grew faster than Cisco had earlier predicted: they had pegged growth at 131% year-over-year. In actuality, traffic grew by 133%.
In 2011, mobile data traffic was 8 times the size of the entire global Internet in 2000 (597 petabytes vs. 75 petabytes). That was only a dozen years ago, but it may as well have been eons.
And, in one of the report’s…
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