Best Productivity Apps for Android SmartPhone

Remember the good old days? It was just about a decade ago that the mobile phones used to be so simple. People used to use the mobile phones for the sole purpose of communicating with their near ones. It was quite unimaginable that there can be any other features in a mobile phone.
Slowly the…

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Microsoft to slash cloud-connection rights for stand-alone Office

Microsoft last week announced sweeping changes to Office’s support rules, which will push more corporate customers to the Office 365 subscription model. The support policies introduced Thursday will cut in half the time that non-subscription versions of Office — usually labeled “perpetual” as a nod to the licenses which, once purchased, let customers run the software as long as they want — can connect to Microsoft cloud-based services.

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Penny Pinching in the Cloud: Lift and Shift vs App Services – When a VM in the Cloud isn’t what you want

I got an interesting question today. This is actually an extremely common one so I thought I’d take a bit to explore it. It’s worth noting that I don’t know the result of this blog post. That is, I don’t know if I’ll be right or not, and I’m not going to edit it. Let’s see how this goes! The…

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Audio by ThisWeekIn on Apple Podcasts

Jason Calacanis and a rotating group of guest experts bring you this weekly take on the best, worst, most outrageous and interesting stories from the world of Web companies. Calacanis, a podcasting pioneer, gives you an insider’s look at what’s happening in the tech industry with his trademark blunt style and good humor.

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7 slightly obscure Android apps you should be using

Head over to the Google Play Store and you’ll find it’s fairly easy to be overwhelmed with the choices. So inundating is the selection, one might be inclined to abandon the search and use what everyone else is using. When that happens, you run the risk of missing out on some real gems. That’s why I’m here.

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Optimising Campaigns Based on Mobile App Usage, Not Installs

On January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs announced the iPhone at the Macworld convention – an announcement that also ushered in the birth of the app market, an industry that may top USD$77bn (£61.6bn) in 2017. Entrepreneurs, recognising that smartphones represented the most direct conduit to the consumer,…

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Top 10 Mobile App UI of April 2017

With spring setting in and cold weather finally going away, there are a ton of new and established apps that have been taking the design world by storm. Some have been rising in ranks on the App Store and others were just introduced. No matter their position on the charts, what these apps have in…

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