0100. Survey

Using Twitter And Flickr Geotags To Map The World

July 13, 2011

There’s two subtle forces being mapped here: One, the differing ways that internet companies spread. And two, the vast disparity between a city seen by a tourist vs. a native.That map you see above isn’t a picture of the earth, seen from space. Rather, it’s a map of the locations attached to every tweet and […]

Read the full article →

Social Gaming on the Rise

June 14, 2011

Social gaming is expected to be a billion-dollar business this year, according to an eMarketer reportreleased today. Of course, this staggering number isn’t surprising considering the massive growth of both Zynga and Facebook as a platform for social games. eMarketer says that nearly 62 million US internet users, or 27% of the online audience, will play at […]

Read the full article →

Apples Worth More Than Wintel?

June 10, 2011

At market close today, Microsoft (MSFT) had a market value of $201.59 billion. The market value of Intel (INTC) stands at $115.21 billion. Microsoft’s Windows combined with Intel forms the portmanteau “Wintel,” which refers to personal computers that, when they’re working, can most charitably be described as upside-down and backwards Macs with weak immune systems. So, add […]

Read the full article →

Success in the App Era

June 10, 2011

This post is based on the findings of Developer Economics 2011, a free report written by VisionMobile and sponsored by BlueVia, and is editorially controlled by BlueVia, sponsor of the Guardian Apps blog. The role of mobile developers has changed dramatically over the past three years, from a lowly position as back-room engineers to the […]

Read the full article →

Free vs. Paid Antivirus Protection

June 10, 2011

Depending on whom you ask, paying for antivirus software is either a good investment or a total ripoff. In reality, neither viewpoint is accurate. You can find plenty of good reasons to choose a paid antivirus product, and plenty of good reasons to go with a freebie. Antivirus, Deconstructed Four basic levels of antivirus products […]

Read the full article →

Semi Final vs. Software Industry?

March 30, 2011

In software Industry, we know clients are our top most priority.  We cannot simply go on a vacation without informing our Development Managers, and more importantly, our clients. Today the government has announced a half day for all the organizations due to the ICC Cricket semi-final between India and Pakistan. But IT Industry thinks otherwise. […]

Read the full article →

Which Technology Will You Choose in 2011?

March 22, 2011

We are approaching quite fast towards the mid of 2011 and techies you need to constantly update yourself or just leave everything behind. Remember! So either you update yourself or you stop trying completely. Software world is all about keeping up or getting out of the system. There are many technologies being released out there, […]

Read the full article →

Name That Gadget!

January 19, 2011

Last week we focused on laptops and mobiles, for this week we wanted to publish some other such gadget which keeps you on the go all the time. For starters nothing came to my mind and I asked many people all around about it. The only answer I received was ‘umnn…’ I asked many others […]

Read the full article →

Programmer’s Block? Do you suffer from it too?

December 22, 2010

Is there any such term as programmer’s block? There are times when writers can write no more. That is what we term as Writers block. But today during these technical times, a ‘writer’s block’ has morphed into a ‘programmer’s block’. But is there any programmer’s block? How do you get rid of this programming blip? […]

Read the full article →

Contributions Required- Failed Software

November 17, 2010

Every day we come across many software businesses which have succeeded. We read about them in books while starting our own businesses. But what about those which never make it to the market, and die a painful death in the middle of their launch. Success stories boost our confidence and prepare us for the best […]

Read the full article →