Earlier this week there was an article in The Atlantic about ‘longform’ journalism, the type of writing where words tally in the thousands and stories take time to be told. It focused on the increasing number of people reading these lengthy yet rewarding pieces from their smartphone, spending upwards of 30 minutes doing so in
What a proud day for the b2cloud team. We have just been announced by the Deloitte Tech Fast 500 Asia Pacific as the 14th fastest growing technology company in the region, and the fastest growing mobile app developer. I am immensely proud for us to receive such a prestigious recognition of the hard work we
Writing this blog post (the first of what I now hope to be many), I don’t quite know where to begin. Interestingly enough, it was only two and a half years ago I found myself asking that very same question.
The Y Combinator summer demo day took place earlier this week. For those unfamiliar with YC, think of it as the Harvard of the tech world, a prestigious and closely watched seed accelerator that is seen by many as a launching spot to greatness. At the end of each program there is a demo day, an
My frustration with the government, Apple and Pokerstars.
It has been 2 days since installing Apple’s latest operating system on my iPhone 5. Here are my thoughts, and the initial comments from the team. I wont discuss stability issues in the beta OS as this is expected in pre-release software. On first loading the OS, the distinctive Apple logo appeared reversed with a
So yesterday i came to know about a company called Jolla which is currently working on a mobile optimised OS called Sailfish. I was bit surprised when i first hear about it then i decided to dig little bit more about it. In this blog i will be sharing my finding and thoughts about the
Google IO kicked off yesterday with the keynote at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The keynote is always an exciting event with the big names on center stage filling your ears with all the great new and upcoming tech. While this years keynote steered away from hardware and more specifically Key-lime Pie, it was till jam
There is no better place on the planet to be when it comes to technology than San Francisco this week during Google I/O 2013. Having just stepped out of the Keynote session, I thought I would provide a brief update. Android At Google I/O last year it was announced that 400 Million Android devices
Some interesting new statistics have just been released on the state of the mobile landscape in the US, as shared by Time. These statistics don’t always reflect the Australian market, but do sometimes take a number of months to flow through. Below are some summary graphs I’ve compiled of the key areas to look at: