Quite a few people wonder how we’re able to find such a wide array of marketing technology platforms and tools out there that they hadn’t heard of yet, or that may even be beta. Aside from alerts we have set up, there are some great resources out there for finding tools. I was recently sharing my…
Link: 60 Sites to Discover or Promote Startups, Apps or Tools
The phones were designed by HMD Global, the company’s exclusive licensee for mobile devices. They run the stock version of Android Nougat with no third-party skins or apps to clutter the home screen. Among the three, Nokia 6 is the largest with its 5.5-inch display. It’s also the priciest: one…
Link: Nokia’s new Android phones will make their way Stateside
There have been various businesses these days and it continually grow annually. With the advent of technology and wonders of internet, it has been easy to let other people know about a certain business or services. However, to make the business operation run smoothly in all possible ways using smartphone or tablet, various apps were created to help business owners.
Link: 7 Useful Productivity Apps for Business Operations
This week was full of tech news. Apple launched a (RED) iPhone, we heard Instagram is adding bookings to the app and Elon Musk just teased Tesla’s next car. It’s a lot, so you may have missed some of the best new apps out there. . We’ve kept up for you. Each week, we round up the latest app news, along with a few of our favorite new and updated products, to keep you in the loop with everything coming to your smartphone.
Link: This week in apps: Mario ‘runs’ onto Android, Uber for teens and a Google search redesign
Apple Inc. and its rabid followers have always been the butt of a lot of jokes over the decades, but few have been as hilariously right-in-the-gut punchline-laced honest as webcomic Joy of Tech. Canadian duo Liza Schmalcel aka Nitrozac and Bruce Evans aka Snaggy have been ragging on technology culture since 1999 through their webcomic series.
Link: 6 Times The Joy of Tech Nailed Apple
BrianFagioli writes: The final beta of Ubuntu 17.04 ‘Zesty Zapus’ became available for download Thursday. While it is never a good idea to run pre-release software on production machines, Canonical is claiming that it should be largely bug free at this point. In other words, if you understand the risks, it should be a fairly safe.
Link: Ubuntu Linux 17.04 ‘Zesty Zapus’ Final Beta Now Available For Download
Drake’s latest project More Life was streamed 300 million times worldwide in its first week on Apple Music, Republic Records tells The Verge, surpassing the 250 million streams the label said Views, an Apple Music exclusive, did in its first week last year. The label also says early calculations for More Life have it at around 600 million streams worldwide, which would be a record for an album.
Link: Drake’s More Life was streamed 300 million times on Apple Music in its first week